President Trump says we’re at war
Britain was at war in 1940
Two different guests on two different news shows last night likened the assault of this virus to the London Blitz. For 57 consecutive days and nights from September 1940 to May
1941, German bombers bombarded London in an attempt to destroy the city and demoralize the English people. They fled to the Underground stations and hunkered down. Even though some 48,000 British civilians were killed and another 139,000 were wounded, the British did not lose heart and fought on.
Sound a wee bit familiar? Fear of death and your life being blown apart?
Imagine Fear howling in their ears as the bombs dropped and exploded around them.
Actually, that’s the opening scene in Dreams in the Distance as three of my characters are caught in that first afternoon of the Blitz on 7 September. Fear screamed at the little girls that dragons were coming to get them. Join my email list and download the Prologue with that opening scene.
Meanwhile . . .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMmmbJlWhtk
“Fear No More” with The Afters
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