Day 22

Luanne Castle is currently suffering from Valley fever and is trying to get better. She still found time and the heart to write a review for Eternal Road. Luanne is such an accomplished poet and this review seems to be above and beyond the call of duty. Thank you so much, Luanne. I hope you get well soon.

Luanne Castle's Writer Site

This is day 22 of Valley Fever.

At least it’s getting slightly cooler in Arizona, finally.

The roadrunner came back!

The last book I read before I got sick was John W. Howell‘s Eternal RoadWhat a fun and thought-provoking adventure! Click the title to purchase it on Amazon. Last I looked, the Kindle version was $.99!!! Here is my review: Goodreads review of Eternal Road

I was supposed to prepare a video poetry reading for the Bridgewater International Poetry Festival, but I could not handle that. I guess this is not my season for poetry. #wtf2020

That’s all for today, folks. Please wear a mask and social distance!

XOXO

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  1. ♥♥♥

    Billy Ray Chitwood

    https://www.billyraychitwood.com http://about.me/brchitwood

    On Mon, Oct 19, 2020 at 9:32 AM Fiction Favorites wrote:

    > John W. Howell posted: “Luanne Castle is currently suffering from Valley > fever and is trying to get better. She still found time and the heart to > write a review for Eternal Road. Luanne is such an accomplished poet and > this review seems to be above and beyond the call of duty. T” >

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  2. You instill that kind of loyalty in people, John!

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    1. Aw. Thanks GP. Never imagined that. 😊

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  3. Nice review, John. I didn’t realize Luanne was ill.

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    1. She has Valley Fever which is a fungal infection bourn by dust.

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  4. I do hope Luanne is getting better. I hate to think of her being so sick.

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    1. I know. Me too. It doesn’t sound like she is totally better yet.

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      1. No, it doesn’t. That illness sounds like one that comes on hard and lingers.

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      2. I think so. Let’s hope it goes away soon.

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  5. Oh my! I’ve never heard of Valley Fever. I’m heading over to tweet out the review! Congrats, John!

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    1. Thank you, Jan.

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  6. How wonderful!

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  7. She wrote a beautiful review, John, and I hope she gets better soon. I’ve never heard of Valley Fever before so had to look it up. Of course, it sounds awful. Anyway, Congrats again, John, for writing an amazing story and thanks for sharing.

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    1. I hope she gets better too.

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