Char Cam


I've always loved the written word. I'm continually adding books to my library. All I can say to that is thank goodness e-books were invented! Years ago, my husband thought he could save money on the books I buy. He introduced me to Online games. In particular, I fell in love with World of Warcraft. My poor husband. Sucker. Now he has to deal with an online subscription AND buy books. :D Well, at least with e-books, we have room to walk in the house. But I still love the smell of real books; I just need a bigger home.
I started writing my own books around 7th grade. I've started writing and stopped writing so many books over the years. I'd stop because what was the point of writing when the books weren't going to be published. I did get a couple short stories in magazines, but the big publishers? You know the drill--Rejection Rejection Rejection. "We're not looking for this type of book right now." Well HELLOOOOO self publishing! So I'm back to writing. This time I'm not stopping. I surely hope you like what I've written because writing is a joy and a challenge that I hope entertains you. Good reading everyone!

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What do you read for pleasure?
I read books. And more books. Lots. Of. Books. Science Fiction. Fantasy. Romance. Crime. Paranormal. Suspense....You know? It's just easier to put what I DON'T read. I don't like horror. I read Stephen King. Once. He's an excellent writer. I 'saw' everything he described. I was creeped out. Horrified. LOL Mission accomplished and I don't think I've gotten over reading It.
I have worn spots on my e-readers and calluses on my thumbs which I leverage the readers against. And every writer is my favorite author. Even the ones I want grab by the shoulders and say, 'Please let me edit your book! You have so many grammatical errors you drive me NUTS!' Because if the idea is good, I wanna see where it goes.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I have to say the Nook. It has nifty buttons on the side so my oily fingers never touch the screen OR I don't need a pointer to jab the screen to turn the page. I can also choose HOW I want the buttons to go since it gives page turning options. I do have a lovely little Aluratek that lets me turn pages without touching the screen as well. AND it has MP3 player capabilities. Love love love that thing! Sadly, its hard to get nowadays. Have yet to find its equivalent. :(
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Death After Life: Week One Day One
Pre-release—available February 1, 2019. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 61,460. Language: American English. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure, Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
Ophelia Ransom earns a ticket inside a role-playing theme park. She becomes an elf with great ears, a great wardrobe and ends up with a palace! She puts a villain in jail, rescues a captive, reunites a family all on just the first day! But it's not all fun and games: the FBI insists she help them with several missing person cases; people who have seemingly gone into the park and never come out.

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