I came across this blogging challenge on Twitter today and thought I’d give this a go even though it started at the weekend.
“The brainchild of Arlee Bird, at Tossing it Out, the A to Z Challenge is posting every day in April except Sundays (we get those off for good behaviour.) And since there are 26 days, that matches the 26 letters of the alphabet.
On April 1, blog about something that begins with the letter “A.” April 2 is “B,” April 4 is “C,” and so on. You can use a theme for the month or go random – just as long as it matches the letter of the alphabet for the day.”
Obviously I’ll be blogging about books and will choose books with the title coinciding with the letter for each day.
Today’s letter is C and I’ve picked Copy by David Wailing an author from the UK who writes scifi stories about near future everyday technology. I don’t normally read scifi but I can cope with short stories sent in the near future.
Best-selling author AB Foster’s comeback is big news in 2022. Absent for four years, she is now publishing further books and pioneering a new type of interactive digital novel.
Derek Thorpe was her biggest fan in the old days. Not any more. With the help of a private detective agency, Derek plans to expose AB Foster during the launch of her ground-breaking ieBook.
Expose her as a fraud. A copy of the original author. Her name, her characters and her writing style have all been stolen. Derek knows for a fact that this can’t be the real AB Foster.
Because he killed her, four years ago.