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Brooks’ currently lives the live of a workamper. She and her husband of 42 years and small black pooch named Shadow call their 37' Simba motorhome their home. From May through October of 2013, home is parked at Moonshine Creek Campground in NC. November find them in Ga, but where they go after that is still a mystery.
They left boon-docking in the desert, and using solar power to juice laptops and furnace fans blowing for the time being. All the trees and rain has been a culture shock, but Brooks is adapting, and finds rock hounding and shadow walking is a good excuse to stretch your legs.
Brooks resigned from the ‘Bill Allen fitness program’ which involved dressing warmly, installing chains on her bus tires and handling thousands of pounds of luggage on a regular basis. She gave up Bill's fitness but now has keys to her own bus, the Simba.
Writing began as an escape from BA’s fitness program and a wild adventure that keeps the mind healthy and very active. ADJ is the second novel to be published with The Murder Channel the third. Brooks’ welcomes your comments and question at http://ckaybrooks.com/blog
on April 27, 2013 :
Not as entertaining as I'd hoped. The story is too slow and too much talk about emotions and going to church. But then I didn't finish reading it, I gave up reading and deleted it from my Kindle about halfway through. I still give it couple of stars because spelling and grammar is good.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)