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本期话题
This Made Me Think of You
Max and Gretchen have just broken up after a tumultuous ten year relationship filled with several unique highs and devastating lows. Max, a recovering alcoholic and writer by trade, begins emailing Gretchen the day after they break up regaling her with stories of their past that made him think of her in an attempt to win her back, all the while ignoring Gretchen’s request for space. Max can’t seem to get himself together, while Gretchen flourishes with a new job, an active social life and supportive friends. Through a series of first person exchanges between Max and Gretchen that include emails, texts, Facebook updates and tweets that take place over the course of a year, the heart of their relationship comes to light and the reasons why they fell in love and the heartbreaking circumstances that led to their demise become devastatingly clear. As Max begins to pick up the pieces of his shattered life and once again finds his self-confidence and strength, Gretchen begins to sort through her past and begins rethinking some of the decisions she made regarding her relationship with Max. In an era where person-to-person conversations and talking over the phone have become a thing of the past, “This Made Me Think of You” is an honest look at how being so connected to each other, through so many different mediums, can lead to misunderstandings and at times lead us to give up the people we love most in the world.
作者
Mark Brennan Rosenberg
Mark Brennan Rosenberg is the author of “Blackouts and Breakdowns” and “Eating My Feelings.” He contributes to several online publications. This is his first novel. He currently resides in New York City with his elegant cat Richard Channing.
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陈厚如 Ruby Chen
New York Institute of Technology教育技术专业硕士。金牛座,喜欢运动、过山车、悬疑片、博物馆。爱听故事、尝试新鲜事物、不断学习。在美国最开心的是可以读到国内读不到的书。喜欢心态平和充满正能量的人。
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Mark Brennan Rosenberg
 
Mark Brennan Rosenberg is the author of “Blackouts and Breakdowns” and “Eating My Feelings.” He contributes to several online publications. This is his first novel. He currently resides in New York City with his elegant cat Richard Channing.
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