Beneath the Broken Moon by Patrick Todoroff was set in a land similar to Middle Earth after the apocalypse.
The main character is Addas, a half human half ork, who has been living in an ork settlement. I use the term living loosely. He is not treated well by anyone except maybe a goblin named Snat. Somehow he is volunteered to be the tracker for a Dwarf/Ork expedition. Addas has never done any tracking in his life. However, doing this job may lead to something better. He believes that it cannot be worse than his current situation.
He doesn’t know how to read and he hears the voice of his deceased mentor, Chalk.
So the expedition begins and Addas leads them to the next point without many problems. He does begin to piece together that there is more to this trip than anyone tells him.
I did enjoy reading this book, except that the print was so tiny. It was a fluke with my Kindle. Luckily my new glasses came yesterday.
If you enjoy sci-fi or fantasy, then you should give this book a chance.
If you don’t like adventure or books from a different perspective then maybe this isn’t the book for you.
At the time of her death, Christine Nelson was estranged from her four children and family. She had a drug addiction and became involved in prostitution.
Nelson was found on Dolle Avenue in Columbus on April 17, 1999. She had been beaten to death and left in the street. She was only 34 years old.
There have not been any suspects named. She was living a high-risk lifestyle. Her murder could have been related to drugs or prostitution. Unfortunately, Nelson met the wrong person and her life ended too soon.
I don’t know how no one saw anything but no one has said a word. Not one person saw the killer dump Nelson’s body in the street. Her clothes were found down the street from where she was found. How did no one see anything?
People are awake at all times of the day and night. The area that she was found is busy 24/7. Someone saw something.
I wonder if Nelson’s case could be connected to the case of Willatte Collins, who died in a similar way in 2002.
Hopefully, people will start coming forward with information. It really is time to give Nelson’s family the answers to this mystery.
Who to contact:
If you happen to have a photograph of Christine Nelson, please contact me at Chasing Destino on Facebook. It would be nice to know what she looked like. Maybe a photo will jog someone’s memory.
Contact information: Rewards may be available for information on a case that leads to a conviction by contacting Central Ohio’s Crime Stoppers at (614) 461-8477 or visiting their website.
If you have any information or questions about Christine Nelson’s case, please contact the Columbus Police Department. The Homicide Cold Case Unit number is available (614) 645-4036 during the hours of 6 a.m. – 4 p.m. You can also call the Investigative Subdivision Duty Desk at (614) 645-4624, after hours.
I have so much experience with being poor. It’s taken some time to figure out how to not be really and truly poor. I mean, I’m still a broke ass bitch.
However, the money situation is not as bad as it used to be. In fact, my credit score has improved enough that I could buy a new car. At a real car dealership instead of from some guy on craigslist or down the road.
Here is what I know. Maybe it will help you get your house in order.
If you know the secret to making money, you can let us all know.
Take a close look at your finances on a weekly basis. I know it’s scary but you have to work through the fear. It’s the only way.
Most banks have an app for your phone. Use it.
Budget. Budget. Budget. For awhile, I stopped writing down what bills and how much. Huge mistake on my part. You might think you have extra money and forget to pay the water bill. Big oops. So now I have a little binder with a folder for each month.
If you have a subscription to anything that comes out of your checking, don’t forget about it when doing the bills. If you subscribe to something for a time when it’s free, don’t forget to cancel it before you have to pay or remember that it’s going to cost money.
Be aware of your credit score. Also terrifying but necessary. If you want a house or a car, you need to know what is going on with your credit.
Sustainability. Can you survive on your income? What can you do to make it work? How much can you do for yourself? Some people make their own coffee instead of going to Starbucks. It’s delicious coffee. Can you afford $25 a week on coffee?
Side hustle. Everyone probably has a side hustle – blogging, eBay, Etsy, etc.. You have to decide if it’s worth it. Does it make money or waste time? Personally, I have never, ever, ever made money from doing surveys. So for me, it’s a waste of time.
I have a budget board on Pinterest. Take a look, there might be something that helps you figure out the disaster that is your financial health.