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We’re all doing well… My mom and I neither one have developed COVID at this point and they don’t want to retest us at this point. So, here’s this week’s premium content. You’ll get chapter 3 over the weekend to make up for last week. I am sharing the novel I started in March when the lockdowns began around the world.

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Chapter 2 of the pandemic novel I worked on. This weekend you’ll get the week I missed as we first found out my house had caught COVID. Everyone is doing well (J’s symptoms have cleared up and mom’s symptoms were never symptoms apparently she just needed more sleep). I have a sinus infection and am having issues getting an appointment to get antibiotics – but I can understand that, basically because of the risk of a false negative no one wants to see me in person. My primary care physician retired in September and I’ve never met the person that took over for him, so she doesn’t want to prescribe me antibiotics without at least meeting me in person once. But I could be a risk to bring into the office. So, they are trying to get an appointment with an urgent care facility, but they’ve been swamped lately and a video appointment has been tricky as a result. On to better things: Chapter 2 of the Pandemic Novel I started in March.

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Way back in March, when the coronavirus first started popping up in the US.  I hit a rut and found myself too consumed to write.  So, I decided to start a “pandemic” novel.  I got 10 chapters written before I abandoned the book.  Premium content is the rough draft of the novel I started in March 2020, which feels like it was years ago, not 9 months.

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