The Week in Review
What I’ve Written
Sunday: The Old-Fashioned Way
What does AI mean for the arts?
Human Defence Unit Senior Agent Jo Burns is attacked outside her home.
The Human Defence Unit is looking for the family of a lost child.
They left their home for a country afar. They watched the night sky and followed a star.
Human Defence Unit Trainee Agent Harry Smythe is surprised to discover the night cleaner isn’t human.
Princess Cat has some favourite games she likes to play.
Saturday: Group Meeting Chapter 3
I still haven’t started the new work in progress, so here’s one I prepared earlier.
Sorry everyone. COVID’s really getting to me, so I haven’t done any reviews this week. Hopefully I will be back to normal in the next week or so.
A Look at a Book
Angela Tynehurst always kept her whole life tightly under control. Her fictional creation Farnsedale might take risks, but Angela did not. Not even a zombie apocalypse could shake Angela’s stability. Then, a handsome man with dark brown eyes knocked on her door and everything changed.
Reviews for Hollywood Lied:
Riveting read. Clearly the author had a crystal ball when this was written. Interesting characters, and some unexpected twists! Really enjoyed this book. – TvR (Amazon)
Wow, gripping novel! Couldn’t put it down. Quite moving. – Patricia (Lulu)
Hollywood Lied is an excellent take on a different type of Zombie, a different kind of lock-down, and the evil humanity can dream up. Engrossing story by Iris Carden! – sunup7670 (Instagram)