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Want to reach the key media audience of 18 to 29 year-olds? Then write about the themes they care about--the ones which come alive in the comic road novel
I-State Lines.

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  American Mythology: The Road Trip
687 titles prove the staying power of the American Road Myth

  Authenticity Over Technology
Novel Explores Youthful Rejection of Techno-Isolation and Techno-Snobbery

  Hapas: The New Face of America
Exploring Multicultural Americans, Identity, in Multicultural America

  American Slang Is 'Strat'
Novel Taps Rich Vein of Original Slang

  Multiculturalism: Real, False and Fluid
The confusion at the heart of multiculturalism

  A Severe Shortage of Rebels, Mavericks and Anti-Heroes
Daz and Alex provide needed dose of heroes and mavericks

  Beyond Memoirs of Degradation and Redemption
Novel offers unfashionable focus on Identity rather than victimhood

For more on the author, visit My Hidden History and My Own Family: The World Mixed in America

author Charles Hugh Smith, Mokuleia, Hawaii     cover of I-State Lines

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