Serial Saturdays: Pop Culture

Here we are, at another point in time, when the pop culture invades our stories. 

And in the story about Josie, Seth, Moira, and Trixie, they have to deal with some events in 1988 that are a huge part of pop culture:

  1. St. Elsewhere’s controversial ending (that will count as part of a future episode)
  2. Milli Vanilli couldn’t sing
  3. 1988 south Korea Olympics
  4. Hubble Space Telescope
  5. And as we all know, Ronald Reagan was still president (George H. W. Bush was elected president later that year)

Anyway, all that happens while four kids living in an obscure town in California fight to “change the system“.  They also fight against bullies, their own families, and even their past issues. 

So, as they said in the 80s, stay tuned!

My books Harry Moffer & the Dumbest Story Ever and The Summer of Our Discontent can be purchased on Smashwords.com.

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