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Andy Goldman
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Writer/Husband/Dad
Writer/Husband/Dad

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I am no longer actively using G+ since it is going to be shut down relatively soon. You can find me on Mewe (www.mewe.com/i/andygoldman) or at my website (atgoldman.com).

I am a writer with three books published in The Only City Left trilogy.

The Only City Left is Earth in the far future, a planet completely encased in level after level of city, but largely abandoned. Pockets of humanity remain, as well as... other things.

The Only City Left starts with Allin Arcady, lost in the depths of the city, searching for a way to the Roof of the World and running from a past that will not let him go.

The series has adventure, exploration, cats, ghosts, werewolves, superpowered villains, alien technology, monsters from depths that should not have been explored, cool gadgets, creepy settings, and did I mention cats?

The entire series is available now on Amazon in ebook and trade paperback versions. It’s free to read for Kindle Unlimited subscribers and the ebooks are only $4-5.

Find the books here: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B00LXKVD3E
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For some reason, Amazon has discounted my first book to $6.15 from $14.99. Um, okay. They must know my third book is coming out on Wednesday. So, anyway, now's a good time to pick up The Only City Left! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1500455423

And to pre-order the Kindle version of The Roundabout!
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07JQT4Y83
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A night in SF to see Megan Mullaly and Nick Offerman.

Autocorrect is really having a field day with their last names. DYAC!
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I’m teaching the girls the rules of Flick ‘em Up. Obligatory The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly soundtrack playing in the background. The track, The Desert, is totally mirrored in John Williams’ Tattooine music from Star Wars. (This May be common knowledge but it’s new to me. Or I could be crazy.)
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Feels like it’s been a while since I’ve been able to sit down at a cafe and work. I’ll be editing interspersed with reading and journaling. Hopefully I can put a dent in the remaining 12 chapters of my proof.

In unrelated news, the skies opened up last night. The rain was so loud I couldn’t even hear the thunder that supposedly accompanied it. It was the ultimate white noise machine to lull me to sleep.
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Feeling a bit better today from the cold (although now Danielle is getting it, ugh.) Also I am on day 4 of no coffee and my headache wasn’t that bad. So that’s good.

I also started volunteering to feed feral cats once a week (twice this week to cover for someone). There is a group that feeds and cares for feral cats throughout the county. They provide the food, they just need people to go where the cats are. Anyway, included is a picture of one of the cats (black and white in the middle of the pic.) This is as close as she’ll let me get. A couple of the other ones were okay with me petting them
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We went to South Lake Tahoe for a few days, which was nice. Unfortunately I could tell I was getting a cold right before we left. I had a sore throat, cough, etc. the whole time and really bad sinus pain that kept me awake most of Saturday night. (On the plus side, I had lots of time to read while everyone else was asleep.)

We didn’t have any plans other than doing relaxing stuff, so we were still able to take the kids mini-golfing and to the arcade, and down to the lake. Danielle took them to a crafts store for some painting while I stayed in bed one morning. We got some board gaming in, but not nearly as much as I thought we would (played one game out of the six I brought.) We introduced the girls to Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, a classic that was fun to watch with them because so much of the 80s culture is completely foreign to them. We were going to rent a bike-carriage thing and bike along the lake, but there was no point at which I was up for that.

Anyway, I’m glad to be home again for the soft tissues and the much-missed felines.
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Local For Sale #1

When I am well and truly braindead at some point in the day, I find myself browsing for local sale items on Facebook, Nextdoor, Craigslist, etc. Like a box of demented chocolates, you never know what you're going to get.

What's the story here? Is this baby armless? Are his hands bound behind his back? Why would I want to plant something in this armless child in the first place? And who would pay $15 for the honor? So many questions.

What's some weird stuff for sale in your area?
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MFW my eight-year-old talks about schadenfreude after learning it from the Amazing World of Gumball.
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