The Synopsis of Cat Dubois Odyssey To Enchantment and a short bio of Bonnie Jennings, or BoJenn
Cat Dubois Odyssey To Enchantment
The more than interesting circumstances that brought Eleanor to visit me one stormy night unfolds in the tale of Cat Dubois’ Odyssey To Enchantment.
It was early fall and a chill captured the rainy sheered winds as they blew across the acre backyard.
Cat Dubois stared out the window alone and was utterly mesmerized by the battle of weathering burst of leaves, water and muds combining chaotically perfect.
She sipped the cognac simply watching the war take place especially within the vehemently intended lightening strikes.
Quietly her intuitions told her something was about to happen.
Cat took another sip. This was her pastime when the weather’s temperature dropped and the seasons wrestled again.
A transformer popped outside, from the hacking of swords, the thunders displayed while battling each other somewhat violently.
Cat was worried… oh, not about the weather, and not about being alone, no… more about a sense that a dynamic experience was going to occur… soon.
Suddenly another Ka-boom occurred and this time she jumped.
“Huh!” she had to readjust her eyesight as if there was something odd taking place in her backyard. She adjusted her glance. She moved her head to look between the drops of rain across the back windows.
The lights from the bolts lit up the yard so she could see better and there, “yes” in the center of a puddle standing above the water stood a figure, Cat uttered.
This women adjusted her umbrella and cane and then began walking towards her back door.
She signaled Cat to open the door. And, Cat did as signaled.
As the door opened and the umbrella had been set down by the door, the woman looked up at Cat and said, “Hello” using Old English dialect, “My name is Eleanor. I’ve waited five-hundred years for this day.”
“May I come in please?” Eleanor pointed towards the couch.
And this is the character and mood of my story.
Hello, my name is Bonnie Jennings and I go by BoJenn and I am the author of this book Cat Dubois’ Odyssey To Enchantment.
I live in The Piney Woods of East Texas. I have two older children and one precious grandchild named Jacob. At my home there are many animals. I love them.
And… Thank you for reading My synopsis of Cat Dubois Odyssey To Enchantment!