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Author: Dana Dargos

Upcoming Author Meet-and-Greet in Berkeley, CA

Hello, everyone! Said and I will be attending our first book festival! We are happy to be attending the Bay Area Book Festival from May 7 to 8 at Berkeley. I will be there in person, while Said will be available virtually. Come stop by and say hi and meet-and-greet us! Note: Location details TBA.

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It’s Finally Out!

Surprise! I am beyond thrilled to announce that our novel, Einstein in the Attic is officially out on Amazon. Thank you so much to those who have endlessly supported me since the beginning of this project. Your support and love really mean the world to me! Please continue to support me by getting your copy of the highly-anticipated science

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Main Character Video Bio: Isaac Newton

     With “Einstein in the Attic” coming out soon, I figured it was best to begin introducing you to each of the main characters in the story–beginning with the very man the novel is named after: Albert Einstein. Below are two short videos about the extraordinary scientist and philosopher.  Learn About Isaac Newton in

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Main Character Bio: Albert Einstein

       With “Einstein in the Attic” coming out soon, I figured it was best to begin introducing you to each of the main characters in the story–beginning with the very man the novel is named after: Albert Einstein. Below are two short videos about the extraordinary scientist and philosopher.    Learn About Albert

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Exclusive Einstein in the Attic Chapter Sneak-Peak

  Note: This chapter takes place when Adam and Muntz, (the main characters of the story), decide to zap Einstein from the past into the present. Read on and enjoy! Chapter Sixteen Six Months Later Muntz  strolled  alongside  me  down  the  ruby-carpeted corridor, down the stairs, out the door, and into the garage. His place

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A Secret Love on Valentine’s Day

Love as the morning sun rises, as the dreamer flourishes, and as the mother adores the sleeping child on her chest. Love is whatever you want it to be. It can be the passionate fire between lovers, the visionary’s vigorous hope for success, and the mother’s neverending promise of endearment for her child. But let’s

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Dana’s Film Review: What Love Looks Like (2020)

Rom-coms are tricky. Sometimes they suck, sometimes they rock. And sometimes, their ranking merely depend on one’s expectations and standards of a film. The same applies to Alex Magana’s What Love Looks Like. What Love Looks Like is an independent film revolving around five parallel love. Nicole, (Kate Durocher), is a spirited young woman stuck

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Dana’s Spoiler-free Film Review: Sonic The Hedgehog (2020)

I don’t like video game adaption films. Why? Because they’re usually badly adapted flops; They don’t follow the source material, they fall apart around the middle of the film, they’re very cliched and boring, etc. There’s a myriad of reasons as to why I avoid them. That’s why I went into the movies with very

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