This week our topic is Weathered, burned or Burning Wood. There are many possibilities for this week https://ceenphotography.com/2022/11/15/cffc-weathered-burned-or-burning-wood/
Day: November 16, 2022
Nowhere to Go
Brandon has given us a sort of riddle…can it be figured out?
Brandon Ellrich, Writer/Author/Poet
Simply 6 Minutes – Welcome to the Challenge: 11/15/2022
No way but up, no way but down.
Nowhere to go, but round and round.
Don't hold the doors, I'll take the stairs.
Either way, I'm not going anywhere.
Don't go outside; you'll come right back in.
You may not lose, but you'll never win.
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New Book Coming: The Panacea Project (Medical Thriller)
Looking to read a new and exciting medical thriller? How about The Panacea Project by Catherine Devore Johnson?
Read on for details and pre-order a copy today!
The Panacea Project
Expected Publication Date: February 28th, 2023
Genre: Medical Thriller
A timely exploration of bodily autonomy set in a classic medical thriller
Calla Hammond has always been a loner―a product of the foster system and avoided by others because of a skin condition. When doctors discover her immune system holds the key to curing cancer, she struggles to advance lifesaving research in a world that sees her only as a means to an end. Yet along the way, Calla gains the one thing she has always longed for: a chosen family.
When a group of unscrupulous people join forces to sell Calla’s blood to the highest bidder, she digs deep to find the strength to retake control of her life, her body, and her story.
The Panacea Project is a layered examination of self-sacrifice, implicit bias, and the juxtaposition of bodily autonomy with high-stakes capitalism―for those who love fiercely strong characters and deep themes infused with heartwarming moments of love and humor.
About the Author
Catherine Devore Johnson is a former attorney turned writer. Her work has won or placed in competitions held by the Houston Writer’s Guild and the Writer’s League of Texas, and she has published an essay in The Houston Chronicle about caring for her mother after two strokes. She works as a writer and editor at a children’s hospital and lives in Houston with her husband and two children. The Panacea Project is her first novel.
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