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HE CAME FOR ME

BOOK ONE IN THE PROTECTOR SERIES

http://www.amazon.com/He-Came-Book-One-Protector/dp/1447875591/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1422879701&sr=1-1-catcorr&keywords=he+came+for+me+book+one+in+the+protector+serieshttps://www.smashwords.com/books/view/82996
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/he-came-for-me-book-one-in-the-protector-series-c.-m.-brown/1113030642?ean=2940011475573

HE CAME FOR MINE

 BOOK TWO IN THE PROTECTOR SERIES

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Sunday, 6 May 2012

A-Z REFLECTIONS POST


I HOPE YOU DIDN'T THINK 
I HAD ABANDONED ANY OF YOU!

I HAVE BEEN AWAY CAMPING UP IN THE HINTERLAND OF THE SUNSHINE COAST FOR  A FEW DAYS - RECHARGING THE BATTERIES! 

I ATTENDED A MUSIC FESTIVAL CALLED THE 'PLANTING FESTIVAL' - WHERE YOU HELP 
RE-VEGETATE THE FESTIVAL SITE 
BY HELPING TO PLANT TREES!  

IT IS A NICE PLACE TO RELAX - 
I EVEN HAD SOME TIME TO WRITE!



I would only be able to say great things about the
 A-Z Challenge for 2012. 

As this was my first time taking part in the challenge I do not have others to compare to, but if they were anything like this challenge then they must have been great too!

A VERY BIG THANKS GOES TO THE HARD WORKING TEAM WHO MADE IT ALL POSSIBLE:



Tossing It Out (Arlee Bird)
Amlokiblogs (Damyanti Biswas)
Alex J. Cavanaugh (Alex J. Cavanaugh)
Life is Good (Tina Downey)
Cruising Altitude 2.0 (DL Hammons)
Retro-Zombie (Jeremy Hawkins)
The Warrior Muse (Shannon Lawrence)
The QQQE (Matthew MacNish)
Author Elizabeth Mueller(Elizabeth Mueller)
Pearson Report (Jenny Pearson)
No Thought 2 Small (Konstanz Silverbow)
Breakthrough Blogs (Stephen Tremp)
Coming Down The Mountain(Karen Jones Gowen)

DURING THE A-Z CHALLENGE - NINJA CAPTAIN ALEX ASKED IF I COULD PIECE TOGETHER  THE PROGRESSIVE STORY I POSTED FOR THE CHALLENGE 
AND POST IT AGAIN ON MY SITE FOR ALL TO READ  - WELL HERE IT IS:


Abe bailed ‘cause Dave engaged Fran Griggs, he intended just killing Liam Miles, never ordering past quotas, realizing that united vantages wove xtreemly yielding zaps.

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Bending carefully down enthusiastically, Fran gathered her identity jargon kits, leaving many notes offering prior quests refunds, selflessly thinking undisclosed voids would xplain yearly zine accountability.

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Calculating delivery, engaging FBI goons, Hanson instead justified keeping large machinates, noting other prospects queried rates, so they ultimately veered when xtra yobos zoomed across boundaries!



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Defying end figures, Griggs helped intended joint kickbacks leave mainland niches, opposing packaged quibs, resuming standard tolls under very well xplained yields, zoning accountability before calculations.


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Examining final goals, he identified joint KGB limitations,motivating new objectives perhaps querying results, since tallies unmarked ventured west, xtending yearly zones acquired better carnage development.

Final guarantees had involved joining key liaisons, motivating normal opponents, positioning quantities, rationally selecting targets under visually wide xtremities, yielding 
zealous attacks because combatants demanded engagement.

Government hierarchy indicated joint knowledge levelled many notorious opponents, promising quick results. Together unlimited verdicts would xclude young Zionists’ assimilating behind credentials delivered electronically forever!

Hanson investigated jurisdictions, knowing limited manoeuvres now opened private questions regarding several types under various widened xeno yarded zones and built careful details, establishing final goals.

Indecision jaded key liaisons, meaning no one purpose qualified. Regardless, systematic tactical undergoing’s ventured with xtreeme youthful zest, apparently before correct devices engineered for guile, happened.

Joining KGB liaisons meant new openings, pertaining quite respectable situations, taking unique varying windows, xcluding young Zionists after beginning correct diplomatic engagements for governing healthy interactions.

Keenly limiting many notifications, over proper queries resulted, so terrorist undergoing’s veered westward. Xtraditing young Zionist’s after benign companies defaulted, ending further gangs having influential jurisdiction.

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Liam Miles never officiated production quotas, risking substantial tactical undertakings. Viewing WASP xtremist’s yielding zero altercations before calling division, endearing 
‘friends’ gain help investigating justified kudos.

Miles never opposed personal quests, restricting services to underhand vendettas, which xpertly yanked zealous accountants better clients, deferring endeavours for gains, helping industries join keen liaisons

Never opposing personal quests, restricting services to underhand vendettas, which xpertly yanked zines, allowed better cliental different endeavours for greatness. However, investigative journalists' keenly located manoeuvres.

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Opposing personal qualms, regarding systematic trials, underlying verdicts weren't xempt, yet Zionist actionists’ began circulating documentation endorsing funds, granting hefty interests, jamming key limits, measuring nets.

Preparing quickly, risking severe treatment under various wicked xtremists, yanking
zippers and boots carefully, devising engagements, Fran gathered hordes including 

jodhpurs, knowing limited manoeuvres needed operatives.

****

Quickly removing suspect targets, under visas which xcluded young Zionist’s, Abe began calculating demands, endorsing Fran, gathering healthy intelligence, justifying Kremlin liaisons, monitoring nearby organised profiteers.

Restricting serious treachery, underhandedly venturing wider xtremities, youthful Zionists' actually became controllable. Diplomatic endorsements fondly gained hardened injustices, juggling known latent militants not obsessively proving quiescent.

Serious terrorist undercurrants, verified warnings xeno estalishments yeilded zonal acquisitions bought cleverly during Easter festivities. Gaining high insight journalist Karen Leighton made news opposing perplexities, quashing rumours.

Tough underlying videos were xradited, yanking Zionist activity before campaign damage effected favoured generous handouts. Intelligence jocks knowingly locked many new operatives previously questioned, retracting safeguards.

Undoing vendettas with xtra yearly zines, Abe busily completed demands, ensuring Fran got her intelligence joining Kremlin involvement, making numerous operational prerequisites, quickly restricting several threats.

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Various windows xtinguishing yankee Zionnist's after beneficiaries carefully disclosed endeavours. Fran Griggs handled interests, judged key links, maintained normal operations previously questioned. Resrictions somehow tolerated undesirables.

Without xamples young Zionist’s again began clever demonstrations, endorsing fear! Griggs having intelligence jargon, killed Liam Miles, never opposing personal questions regarding serious terrorist units.

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Xterminating Zionist’s, Abe believed could determine endgame figures, giving higher 
interrogation judgements keen lengthy measures, not opposing periodical questioning 

regarding serious testaments, unleashing verified watchdogs!

Yearly zealous accounts began cleverly debating efficient fundamental gains. Higher invasive jurisdictions knowingly left militant networks odious, promising quick results, stopping technically undetermined vanquished warrant xclusions. 

Zionist’s allowed bureaucratic countermeasures diplomatically ending feuds. Griggs, Hanson, Ingham jointly kindled long manoeuvres. New organised payments quickly resulted, surprising troubled units, vanishing weaker xtremist youth.





                                          



After the war with Earth, bioengineered humans scatter across the Backworlds. Competition is fierce and pickings are scant. Scant enough that Craze’s father decides to hoard his fortune by destroying his son. Cut off from family and friends, with little money, and even less knowledge of the worlds beyond his own, Craze heads into an uncertain future. Boarding the transport to Elstwhere, he vows to make his father regret this day.



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M. Pax’s inspiration comes from the wilds of Oregon, especially the high desert where she shares her home with two cats and a husband unit. Creative sparks also come from Pine Mountain Observatory where she spend her summers working as a star guide. She writes mostly science fiction and fantasy, but confesses to an obsession with Jane Austen. She blogs at her website, www.mpaxauthor.com and at Wistful Nebuae. You’ll find links there to connect on Twitter, Goodread, FB and other sites.

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20 comments:

M Pax said...

AtoZ was great. Bumped into you. :)

Thank you so much, CM, for participating in the launch of The Backworlds.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That is so cool reading it all in order! Thanks for doing that. Glad you had a good time with the Challenge.
And Mary rocks!

Morgan said...

Oh my goodness! Loved it pieced together! You were fantastic with the A-Z challenge, CM. I loved your posts! ;)

Cherie Reich said...

Congrats to Mary! And it's so cool how your story reads pieced together. :)

Magical Mystical MiMi said...

Wow! That was awesome how you pieced that together! Loved it! Loved the challenge too but am sooo glad it's over! My brain needs a rest! :p

Michael Pierce said...

It was really awesome reading it all together. Camping sounds so nice and relaxing right now. :)

C.M.Brown said...

No problem at all Mary! Hope it goes well for you!

C.M.Brown said...

I sure did enjoy the Challenge, it is a little like being in withdrawal at the moment! Although I am a bit brain fried!

C.M.Brown said...

Thanks Morgan.

C.M.Brown said...

Thank you Cherie. Your pieces were very good though,too!

C.M.Brown said...
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C.M.Brown said...

Yes Mimi, I certainly agree with you about the brain needing a rest!

C.M.Brown said...

Thanks Michael. Camping was great and the weather was beautiful, cold, but clear blue skies and a massive full moon at night!

Mina Burrows said...

I just have to say I read at the top of your blog and I love your goals. Awesome.

On another note, I few time I tried to visit and I kept getting a malware notice. It was very strange, so switched browers from Chrome to Exployer.

Loved it all together BTW. It was so nice meeting you! Looking forward to reading more of your posts.

Claire Hennessy said...

Best of luck with your book - will pop over and read your review in a min. But may I just say, your A-Z was AWESOME (just love that word!). How clever are you?! I must have missed your blog during the actual challenge (where was I??) but it's amazing. Can't believe you thought of so many good words and strung them together to make sense, AND in a story. I bow down to your awesomeness!

michelle said...

Yay! Congratulations on reaching the A to Z finish line! It's been a crazy "rollercoaster ride through the alphabet!"
I visited your place about 2/3 times during the challenge and then the A to Z frenzy took over and things became super-hectic!
Thanks for piecing the story together! It's a great read!
This was my second challenge and I'll definitely see you next year on the challenge circuit!

C.M.Brown said...

Yes, the Malware! Long story there! I switched browsers to Chrome a few weeks ago and had endless trouble - ran diagnostic tests for Malware (all negative), ran the Webmaster Diagnostic as well and then asked Google to re-evaluate the site. That took a couple of weeks, then they replied there was nothing wrong and I did not need a re-evaluation!!!! I was still getting the Malware notice though! I have now moved to Firfox and all is well!!
It was really, really annoying and also very strange!

C.M.Brown said...

Thanks Claire, I did visit once or twice during the challenge, but it was just so hectic!

C.M.Brown said...

I am glad that you liked the story Michelle. I will have to think about what I will do next year to top it! With a year ahead of me I suppose I will think of something!

EvalinaMaria said...

Congratulation on finishing the challenge. I didn't visit all blogs during the challenge but, cross my heart, I'm visiting every single one with reflections post!

Evalina, This and that...

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