Marty sat in a swing in his yard, trying to decide what to do. Hw swung and pondered what might be a good job, following up his servicing of the feeding stations. Something a little more interesting, something no one else was doing. He watched Calvin, his robot, putting the finishing touches to the siding of his house. Those cute robots are a little bit like people. He yelled, "Hi, Calvin."
Pierre received a communication from Julien d'Amours requesting an interview. Was this the fortunate Julien asking for help? It was hard to believe. An affirmative answer was immediate. How in the world could Julien have a problem. The most fortunate of men in every way. He laid aside the book he had been reading. Pierre sat at his piano and played the tunes he had played with Isabelle. Then he told himself he should not be indulging like this.
He took her hand. "So tell me how is it going with you?"
Roberta Crawford Morency's career was in radio, television and newspapers. Doctors had mistreated her anemia by prescribing iron, which almost led to her death. Her life was saved by a new doctor, who diagnosed iron overload. She recovered health by donating a full unit of blood at the blood bank weekly for three years. Even though anemic, giving blood got rid of the excess iron. In 1980 she founded Iron Overload Diseases Assn, Inc, after researching the condition. She discovered that millions of American’s lives are shortened by iron oxidizing in storage sites, causing any and every deadly, expensive disease. Her other two books, praised as life-saving information, are The Iron Elephant, a nonfiction, and a novel, tick, tick, tick, which is also written as a screenplay. Her latest novel, the scifi, 2095, is currently available from Off the Bookshelf, 118-21 Queens Blvd., Suite 311, Forest Hills, NY 11375.