Author Rich Meyer is pleased to announce his new release, the Trivia Quiz Book Volume 4.
500 easily-traversed questions and answers are featured in the fourth and latest book in the Trivia Quiz Book e-book series. This time around, the questions are about seven different pop culture subjects: 21st Century Comic Books, Western Movies, Doctor Who, TV Game Shows, Pirates, Classic Literature and Toys. There are questions here for all ages, all skill levels and most everyone should get a touch of nostalgia when they try to answer this blasts from the past.
Today we have a sneak peek from Philip Nork’s Misguided Sensitivity
The journey we are on is a difficult one, even more so for those from a broken family. Follow one boy as he searches for the two desires we all have in common: to be accepted by others, and to be truly happy. Life continues through the good and the bad, and each and every person you meet along the way leaves pieces behind, like a jigsaw puzzle, for you to piece together as you grow and learn. And as you put those pieces together, you hopefully become a better person for it. We are indeed all connected, and everything you do really does matter and will always affect someone else in one way or another.
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A Year on Planet Alzheimer by Carolyn Steele
70,000 words What happens when a single parent from London, England heads for Canada to care for an elderly lady in case it’s fun?
Described by readers as a cross between Bridget Jones and Bill Bryson, A Year on Planet Alzheimer is almost the story of an adventure. It isn’t quite a travelogue, despite being largely about places. It would be dereliction of duty to omit to pass comment on the remarkable ceiling at Vancouver Bus Station for example or the shattering discovery that they don’t turn Niagara Falls off at night.
Neither is it really a psychological exploration of living with dementia, despite the title. It is almost the story of a child…what happens when you tell a nine-year-old that travel broadens the mind? What does travel do to a nine-year-old mind?
Mainly there is life and the sheer unexpectedness of the way other people live it. Not just the snow dump but the incredulity this odd pair of travellers generated by wanting to see it. It could be the story of an adventure with a few more shimmering sunsets dancing over majestic waves. There are some majestic waves, naturally, but they are more obsessed with meatballs. It is therefore the story of an escapade.