Disparate scenes witnessed by the narrator in Sandra Dallas’ Denver-based historical novel, “Little Souls,” set the stage for a long personal nightmare.
When author Sandra Dallas sent “Little Souls” off to her agent several years ago, nobody cared. Finally, amid COVID, she got a call: “Remember that manuscript…?”
The coronavirus pandemic hit Colorado and the United States hard in 2020. Over 300,000 Americans were dead by late December, hospitals had run out of beds and the U.S. economy had been shattered. However, by the end of the month vaccines had been developed and were starting to be administered to people across the nation. […]
Ladies and Gentlemen: Today is the __th day of our nation’s, and the world’s, ongoing battle against the most serious public health crisis in more than a century. As of [time] p.m. this afternoon, the number of documented individuals infected with the coronavirus is __#__ here in the U.S. and __#___ worldwide. Although […]
The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic is here. With all the fear, isolation, and social distancing, it feels like a new era. Prior generations, however, have lived through parts of this, minus the technology. My grandparents lived through the H1N1 Spanish flu epidemic of 1918-1920, which killed an estimated 675,000 Americans. Though the epidemic sprang up in […]