Sticky

Michael Wexler

Why do we remember some things and so easily forget others? We might remember being eight and watching a robin’s nest fall from a tree, but forget our 18th birthday.

Sticky

Michael Wexler

Why do we remember some things and so easily forget others? We might remember being eight and watching a robin’s nest fall from a tree, but forget our 18th birthday.

About The Book

Why do we remember some things and so easily forget others? We might remember being eight and watching a robin’s nest fall from a tree, but forget our 18th birthday. We might remember a certain night, a certain kiss, but forget more “important” life milestones. Why are some memories…“Sticky?” From an autistic boy taking shots at a basket, to cracking the legendary computer game Wizardry, to contracting the dreaded “Macovy” in Belize, these non-fiction stories will stick to your bones – and to your heart. Take a trip down memory lane…

About the author.

Michael Wexler was born on April 15, tax day, and was thus written off from a very young age. Despite his New Jersey upbringing and since retired Brooklyn fade haircut he has managed to author eight books, create and direct projects for the likes of Fox, ABC, NBC, Microsoft, NPR, Sirius/XM, and HBO, as well as serve as an Adjunct Professor of writing at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Despite a devastating elbow injury (long story) that derailed his burgeoning tennis career, Wexler has also sublimated his creative and existential longings via an unheralded and unsuccessful music career that spans five self-released albums featuring performances from the likes of alt-country Grammy nominee Tift Merritt and others. Michael currently splits his time between Keuka Lake in Western, NY and Oak Bluffs, MA.

Michael Wexler

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