Archive for April 9, 2020



How are you all? I am so far behind in blog reading and e-mail reading that I don’t even know how to catch-up. I miss visiting all of my bloggie friends.

The good news is that as of tonight, I think I will be caught up on my CampNano word-count. As soon as I get off here, I will write 582 more words, and finally, I will be where I need to be. Today I should have 15,003. As of this moment, I have 14,421. My favorite line has been, “But the biggest enemy here is a monster so powerful it has to be seen under a microscope.” Apparently, it was spoken by the virus itself. The virus prefers to be called ZOTci.

So Haven’s characters are back and they are called to communicate with the virus while teaching a group of college students and their mothers, and now a zookeeper, how to communicate telepathically. And they have all learned how to become dragons. Little did they know that all the gene-popping (the ability to become other creatures and thereby talk with them) makes the virus stronger and could lead to the deaths of Haven’s own. The writing is fun. Mostly because I just do the typing. My muse tells me the story and I just write it down.

So this is my edition of the #AtoZChallenge, combined with my CampNaNo report. Click on the links to learn more.

Now on to CampNaNo…

 

Then to bed.

Pleasant dreams all! And stay safe and healthy!


Hello LoveHello Love by Karen McQuestion
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

After spending so long time traveling with the Outlander, I needed a light read. This one was free on Kindle Unlimited. And I used a credit to get the Audible because I needed to just relax and listen to the story.

If you are looking for something light, this is for you. It was enjoyable. Karen McQuestion’s writing made a nice story with plenty of character development. It is both a believable story and not. But with all that is going on in the world right now, I needed a bit of fiction to help me sleep. If you have a dog or love dogs, the story plays out even deeper.

Just one little problem. Dan John Miller, the narrator does a good job playing the male main character but like all male narrators, in my estimation, all the woman voices sounded like a male making fun of women. But I think he did his best and he did keep the reader’s interest. Give it a try if you get the chance.

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