Welcome to the Band: Paul Michael Anderson

October 31, 2023

Today’s spotlight is on Paul Michael Anderson. Welcome to Weird Little Worlds, Paul! 

Paul Michael Anderson has been actively writing since 2010. He is the author of STANDALONE and THE ONLY WAY OUT IS THROUGH, as well as the collections BONES ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN, which he partly attributes to inspiration from the band Fountains of Wayne and EVERYTHING WILL BE ALL RIGHT IN THE END: APOCALYPSE SONGS.  He lives with his family in Northern Virginia.

You can follow Paul Michael Anderson on Twitter- https://twitter.com/p_m_anderson and his website- Thenothingspace.net.

We can’t wait for you to read what Paul came up with for his contribution to Playlist of the Damned. Did you know that The Police’s Every Breath You Take is arguably the most-played pop song on American radio? We didn’t either. But now that Paul Michael Anderson has written about it, and chosen it for our author soundtrack, the song is stuck in our head. Again.

Here, let us help remind you of the tune, just in case you haven’t heard it lately.

Every Breath You Take by The Police.

You’re welcome.

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