Cover to Cover #404A: Douglas Clegg

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Mike and Mike open gushing over the initial iPad sales, and the potential audience for it, including the untapped consumers who've been reluctant or afraid to embrace new technology and devices.

Interview: This week, Mike and Mike talk with Douglas Clegg about his latest novel, Neverland.

Doug talks about how much his growing up in the 1960s influenced many of the elements of the story, including the impacts of family secrets and the dark undercurrents that kids experience but don't fully understand.

Check out the earlier episode with Doug's interview about ISIS

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Link: Douglas Clegg: Neverland
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Summer Brooks is an avid fan of stories and story-telling, and fell in love with genre fiction at an early age. She's published several items, is currently working on several novels and webcomics, and one goal of hers is to write stories for television that leave a mark on people.

Summer is also the Executive Producer for FarPoint Media, and juggling all those shows and websites also keeps her pretty busy.

Comments

  1. I enjoyed this interview; I don't really know that much about the 60's (beyond a historical aspect, that is) and I find it quite fascinating. My wife and I have been watching Mad Men and have been wondering how much of it was sensationalized for television; it was interesting to hear you guys' reminiscing about your own childhoods in that era.

    Also, I just wanted to add, I am not a luddite--I love technology, I love e-readers and even own an iPad... but isn't there something else you guys can talk about? I mean, you seem to be making the same point every week! We got it, guys! Digital age=good for writers. iPad=good for people not used to tech. Ok, got it ^_^

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