X-Files star Gillian Anderson has made an effort to distance herself from the genre that made her famous, but now she’s back as an author of a science fiction series for a new publishing imprint.
Actually, she’s co-writing the books with someone else so there’s no saying how much actual writing she’s doing, but her name will no doubt be twice as large as her co-author’s and she’ll probably do a lot more of the media appearances to promote the series.
As for the premise of the books, they are about Caitlin O’Hara, a child psychiatrist who is treating a young patient with problems are tied to a greater force in the universe. The truth is out there.
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Much as I like Anderson, I won’t hold my breath for this. Aside from the fact that she has no wrting credentials whatsoever, the name co-author “Jeff Rovin” rang a bell. I knew I had Rovin books, but as it turns out not on my extensive pile of fiction (even though he’s written a bunch of movie novelizations). Check out his bibliography (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Rovin#Fiction_and_novels)
I know I have “Back to the Batcave” and pretty sure I have some of other general info book, probably the SF movie related one.
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