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Jonesin’ For a Fix: Books for TV Addicts — Scorpion Edition

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I do not understand why more people aren’t talking about CBS’s crime drama, Scorpion. Funny, smart and quick, it’s one of the best serial crime shows on TV right now. Which is not something I say lightly. Scorpion combines thrilling action with whip-smart characters and a cast that’s both charming and fun. It’s like an ensemble version of Sherlock. The show stars Elyes Gabel as Walter O’Brien, a hacking genius with an IQ of 197. He’s based on the real life Walter O’Brien, who claims to have hacked into NASA servers when he was only 13 years old. On the show, Walter and his buddies get recruited to help out the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Together they form Scorpion,…

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Calling All U.S. Military Authors: Fiction Writing Competition

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Koehler Books has unveiled a new imprint, Battle Flag Books, which serves members of the United States Armed Forces. As a way to honor those who are currently serving or have served the United States, Battle Flag Books is launching its first writing competition, in which the grand prize winner will land a traditional publishing deal and $300. John Koehler, president and publisher of Koehler Books, explains the inspiration for the contest: ““My dad flew P-61 Black Widow night fighters during WWII. He gave 27 years of his life to serve our country. Plus the fact that I live in Virginia Beach and this area is loaded with military folks and their families. I know there’s a lot of military writers…

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