Scott Robinson





Scott Robinson



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Super Speed Reading: Instan...

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1/27: A Long and Winding To...

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Indy Cars

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Start Up Business Loans: Ho...

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YesTales: An Unauthorized B...

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The Wire

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The Dark Hills

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Solar Power

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I'm 55 and I Hate My Job: S...

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“My mother died of breast cancer that metastasized throughout her body, including her brain. Toward the end, as her mind became increasingly effected, I began to feel as though I were on a Tilt-a-Whirl—that now-old-fashioned amusement park ride in which each rider stands upright in a little niche on a large disk, the whole of which rotates until someone throws up. It seemed as though I shared the ride with a great many people from my mother’s life, while she stood in the center and spoke to whomever was opposite her when the ride stopped. Sometimes she would begin a sentence addressing me, and end it addressing her prom date, or someone else I couldn’t see.”
Scott Robinson, The Dark Hills

“Like the man who looked for hours under a streetlight for the keys he had dropped in the alley because the light was better there, we waste so much time looking for what we want where it isn’t to be found, consumed by “the underlying fear of… being torn away from our chosen image of what or who we are in this world.” (Miller)”
Scott Robinson, The Dark Hills



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