How Living With Tourette's Inspired 'Nothing To See Here' : Fresh Air For novelist Kevin Wilson, Tourette's syndrome means living with intrusive thoughts that flash disturbing images without warning. His novel, 'Nothing to See Here,' was inspired by visions of people bursting into flames. Wilson talks about his experience of Tourette's and how writing gives him a reprieve from his tics.

Also, critic John Powers reviews the second season of 'Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan' on Amazon.
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How Living With Tourette's Inspired 'Nothing To See Here'

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How Living With Tourette's Inspired 'Nothing To See Here'

How Living With Tourette's Inspired 'Nothing To See Here'

How Living With Tourette's Inspired 'Nothing To See Here'

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For novelist Kevin Wilson, Tourette's syndrome means living with intrusive thoughts that flash disturbing images without warning. His novel, 'Nothing to See Here,' was inspired by visions of people bursting into flames. Wilson talks about his experience of Tourette's and how writing gives him a reprieve from his tics.

Also, critic John Powers reviews the second season of 'Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan' on Amazon.