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Mike Mullin
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Attended Indiana University, IUPUI
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Love this welcome sign for my visit to Windsor High School in MO last week.
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Publisher: Tanglewood Press Series: Ashfall #3  Format Read: eGalley Source: the publisher in exchange for an honest review Release Date: March 17, 2014 Buying Links: Amazon* |  B&N |  Book Depository* | IndieBound * affilia...
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SUNRISE just arrived at my local independent bookseller, Kids Ink. Check out the picture of their display! Stop by the store to get yours or order online here: http://www.kidsinkbooks.com/sunrise-hardcover-signed
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Just got it and i cant stop reading :)
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Six days left to enter my contest to win a unique set of SUNRISE page proofs. More info here: http://mikemullinauthor.com/2014/01/17/win-a-signed-sunrise-manuscript/.

I've also created a Pinterest board of all the entries I've received so far: http://www.pinterest.com/mikemullin/win-a-set-of-sunrise-page-proofs/
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I'm basking in the glow of amazing B&N manager Emilie Hancock:
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Hi Mike, just like the book in your hand....
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Are you still on Twitter, Mike? Haven't seen you there in years?
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My novel SUNRISE, the conclusion to the ASHFALL trilogy, just went live on NetGalley. (Which is a system for bloggers, teachers, librarians, and booksellers to get review ecopies in advance of the release date.)
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Brilliantly smart-ass responses to completely well-meaning signs.
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Caldera Eruption “Early Warning System”? Not so Fast.
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Iran Worried U.S. Might Be Building 8,500th Nuclear Weapon
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Dirty store, spoiled produce and fish, rude staff. I'll never go back.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Things I can do at any Red Roof Inn or Econolodge in the country that I couldn't do at the Conrad: 1) Use the elevator. They were broken during Saturday afternoon in the middle of my planned two night stay. And even when they were both working, they were incredibly slow. The building was designed without sufficient elevator capacity. 2) Use the stairs. I asked a staff member for directions to the stairs, since the elevators were broken. He told me there weren't any. I asked what I should do if the hotel were to catch fire. He said, and this is a direct quote, "Run fast." 3) Use the internet. Nearly every cheap hotel in the country has free internet. At the Conrad, it's $13.95 per day, i.e. a total ripoff. I could buy a month of my very fast home internet for the price of a weekend of internet at the Conrad. 4) Have breakfast. Nearly every cheap hotel in the country has a free breakfast. Sure, the quality varies, but it's ready when you are and you don't have to eat it. 5) Park my car. Yes, you can brave the bumper-car-type mess that is the valet at the front of the Conrad, but I wouldn't recommend it. And the wait time to retrieve my car was more than 20 minutes. The Conrad obviously markets to people who are both rich and stupid. I'm not rich, but I was stupid and stayed at the Conrad. I won't make that mistake again.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I will not be staying there again. I selected this hotel due to its location, price, and the promise of high-speed internet. They didn't didn't have ANY internet. Multiple complaints about the internet were not addressed by the hotel staff. The experience was bad from the get-go. What kind of hotel doesn't have an automatic front door? The lobby smells terrible, although my room was okay. My wife got a bite on her leg while staying here, but I couldn't find any evidence of bedbugs or fleas. Still, stay at your own risk.
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Quality: Poor to fairFacilities: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Ate there yesterday. Food was excellent, but the service was terrible. We watched our wine sit at the bar 10 minutes, and finally had to ask the waitress to get it. Evidently they consider soup a dessert here, because that's when they finally brought it out. Their brown rice and fortune cookies are the best I've had anywhere, but at their relatively high prices, I expect much better service.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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Showed up on time and did the work. Technician didn't have the proper tools, and I had to loan him some of mine. Technician was not uniformed. Tried to charge more for both the service call and hourly rate than was quoted. Wound up being a huge hassle for a small job. I would not hire this company again. *Edit: They actually didn't even manage to fix the leak. Only put it in abeyance for three days. So now I have to hire a real plumbing company to come behind them. Grrr.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I visited Saffron Cafe for the first time tonight tonight in a party of four; everything we ordered tasted amazing. In particular, the Chicken Marsala was tender and succulent with an amazing sauce. I won't be going back, however, because the waitstaff is so poor. They're the type of snooty, self-absorbed waiters who obviously detest their jobs and their customers. From the moment we walked in, there were issues. We were seated at the worst table in the place because, "You aren't regulars." Never mind that this was the fifth trip here for one member of our party (my first, and last, though). Never mind that we'd made reservations, and there were twice as many tables empty as full. The waiter would be well advised to try a career as a vacuum cleaner salesman--it would better suit his temperament. He was constantly and obnoxiously trying to upsell, without even a fig-leaf of an effort to understand what our tastes are. If you want some great Moroccan food, try it, but I recommend take-out.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
I called them to ask about a new Elantra, and got a guy, Ike, on the phone who was so rude that I didn't even visit the dealership. I'm baffled as to how they stay in business. I bought a car from Palmer the next day.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago