Monday, April 9, 2012

James DiGiovanna Would Like You to Consider Buying His E-Book

Posted By on Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 10:24 AM

Former Tucson Weekly Film Critic James DiGiovanna here: I've got a new ebook single available at Amazon.com. You can read it on the web, offline on your computer, on iOs or Android, or, if you don't have any of those, just call me and I'll read it to you over the phone.

It's a longish short story about feelings, a talking tree, the nature of consciousness, advertising, and chronic pain. But mostly feelings.

It's called Plants and Animals and I wrote it to help people forget about the terrible thing that Rick Santorum did to them when they were five years old.

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