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You've been to Disneyland... You've seen Westworld... You've read Dreampark... Now, in the 21st century, experience your wildest fantasies come true in Dreamland! Beyond rides, beyond robots and simulations, beyond illusions, lasers, and holograms, Dreamland takes you out of your body and into computer-generated "worlds" where anything you can imagine is possible! Ride the open prairie with Jessie James or Billy the Kid, in Frontierworld. Sprout gills and experience an undersea adventure in Oceanworld. Hunt Dinosaurs and meet the missing link in Primalworld. Play beach blanket bingo with Frankie and Annette in Surferworld. Fight a dragon and rescue a fair damsel from the Black Night in Fantasyworld, the oldest and most popular of the Dreamland Programs. You'll have the time of your life! If you survive... The Dreamland Chronicles an onmibus collection of William Mark Simmon's three Dreamland titles...In the Net of Dreams, When Dreams Collide, and in print for the first time, The Woman of His Dreams.
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Wm. Mark Simmons
William Mark Simmons spent his formative years in Independence, Missouri (Harry Truman's home town) and pursued a double major in Theatre and Mass communications, graduating from Central Missouri Sate University with a degree in the latter. He has taught Speech and Communications classes, Emergency First Aid certification courses, and Fencing. He has worked as an actor, director, musician, and entertainer, hosting his own shows in both Television and Radio while winning awards as a journalist and copywriter. Simmons currently manages a public radio station in Louisiana, hosts a classical music program, and is an adjunct faculty member of the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He is the author of five novels; his first, In The Net of Dreams, was a finalist for the Compton Crook Award and made the LOCUS "Best" list in 1991.
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