Mark Miller

June 6, 2012

Post #2982 – 20120606

Here I am at the ripe old age (at least according to some) of 77 and just finished reading
Alan Mendelsohn, The Boy from Mars. I did this after picking up a copy at a thrift store and decided it was worth the $1.50 that it cost after having read a book of your short stories and having heard you at various times on NPR.
The book and its characters were real grabbers and was difficult to stop reading, but necessary for the purposes of eating and sleeping.
In any event, it's on to more Pinkwater Phables and many thanks for your humor.

Daniel replies:

Another young adult reader!  Welcome!