My mother drummed her ideas of right and wrong, correct and incorrect, into my head when I was a child. Or tried to. Some took. Some didn't. One of the things that did take was never use the word ain't. To this day, I have a problem using it in my writing, even when its the right word to use. I can use the four letter words easier than I can use ain't. So I had to chuckle when an English teacher who was kind enough to beta read for me, changed my isn't to ain't. I'm going to have to break old habits. If it's good enough for an English teacher, it's good enough for me:)
Flowers, just not from the garden.
Thanks to the lovely and talented author Jacqui Murray for giving ThunderTree its first review. Here. Much appreciated.
I'm looking forward to reading The Quest for Home, Book 2 in her prehistoric trilogy when it comes out in October. I read the first one and was completely pulled into the story. The characters were well-developed and the world building amazing. I can't imagine the countless hours that went into research. If you are interested in prehistoric history, I highly recommend Survival of the Fittest.