Friday, April 14, 2023

L is for Lenox Hill #giveaway #AtoZChallenge 2023 Proof of Existence #UrbanFantasy #NYC

A behind-the-scenes look at and inside scoop on PROOF OF EXISTENCE, Book Two of the Existence series.
๐Ÿ“š Proof of Existence - Published April 4, 2023

Trigger warning: Mention of a serpent

Excerpt from Proof of Existence by @JLenniDorner
Excerpt from Proof of Existence by @JLenniDorner The 6.

Authors face a lot of tough decisions when publishing a book. As someone living in NYC, Heath would simply call public transit, especially the subway, by the letter or number. "The Six train" ๐Ÿš† would actually just be "the Six." But what would that mean to the audience? In Boston people ride "the T." New York City transit is complicated. 

QUESTION — How many minutes apart do you suppose the wealthiest and poorest live in your area?

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#AtoZChallenge 2023 letter L ๐Ÿ’ป๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ›’๐Ÿ“ฆ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ“–#AtoZChallenge 2023

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  1. In my village there are quarter million pound houses with very poor houses just over their back fence...
    Thanks for visiting me

  2. I like what you are doing here to promote your book. Congrats! I haven't taken the time to relax and read and I need to. Keep up the good work, J. To answer your question in my area the poor and the wealthiest are not far away from each other at all.

  3. Well, if I knew you were talking about the subway, I would be happy if you called it The Six. In fact, I think I got on the Six by mistake once, when I wanted the 9, or the A train, up the other side of Central Park. Getting off at Harlem and changing platforms was interesting...(was that the 6)?

  4. Interesting question - I think the weathiest and the poorest in my city would live ten minutes away by car. I think we woud call the transport the number 56 or whatever but it woud be clear from context if we were referring to a bus or tram. Trains would be by detination, eg the Melbourne train.
    Visiting from A to Z

  5. I live in a rural area, so depending on median income... minutes. As for transportation in books, as long as I know if it's a train, plane or automobile, I'm good.

    Ronel visiting for L:
    My Languishing TBR: L
    Let it Go: Lethe

  6. In the CDMX, people call the metro lines with numbers too: Line 3, Line 12, etc. Th city I´m living is smaller so we have no metro or train. The city didn´t grow evenly but in patches, so the wealthiest or the poorest may be at 20 min distance from where I live, (or 1 hour) depending on the direction I drive.


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