They occur on all continents except Antarctica. The majority of the dung beetle diet is dung. They will eat dung from a variety of animals as long as the animal is herbivorous. Dung beetles also feed on mushrooms, leaves, and decaying matter.
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Dung beetles do not need to eat anything else because the dung provides all the nutrients; they don't even need to drink water. The dung beetle body consists of head, abdomen, and thorax. They have legs, located on the thorax, that are specialized for shoveling dung and rolling it along. The dung beetle has complete metamorphosis. The female will lay an egg in a dung ball which will then be buried to protect it from erosion and predators. The city cant fight the monsters alone. Trinidad OLaughlin is a guardian looking for a territory to bond with and protect.
Indianas distress call may give her a chance at one--if she can survive long enough to take it. The Hollow: Ache Vetrov is clairvoyant and a caretaker of secrets and lost things.
Faint of Heart
When a mysterious wave of violence threatens to overwhelm the city of Lafayette, Ache begins to investigate. He and Trinidad OLaughlin uncover creatures with concave faces devoid of feeling or mercy. Ache, Trinidad, and their friends must hold strong if they hope to find a way to stop the monstrous invasion before it erases everything.
The Marrow: Trinidad OLaughlin has people to love and a city to watch over. Lafayette has become a true home.
Her newfound peace is shattered when another cut opens in her territory and unleashes the malevolent force behind the previous invasions. Trinidad and her friends must defeat it before the whole world falls to its hunger.
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Heart by WJ Scott, following on from, Tails. I have exercise books overflowing with other storylines. What genre would you place your books into? Fantasy, but they are action adventures full of suspense with romantic elements. I love her feistiness. Do you have anybody read your books and give you reviews before you officially release them?
Do you gift books to readers to do reviews? I love the fast pace, it has you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Who designed the Cover of your books? Firstly, I assign a working title. Sometimes this changes as I write the book and the plot develops. Tiger House was titled Survivor until a major structure alteration. I send her the story concepts and excerpts and she works her magic. How do you come up with character names and place names in your books? I have a well-thumbed Baby Name book containing over 75, names.
I also use phone books and newspapers but mix them up a bit. When I hear an unusual or cool name I jot it down in my notebook.
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I have a collection of history books on ancient cultures and I google. For places I either use my imagination or get inspiration from an atlas or maps. Or do you let the writing flow and see where it takes the story? I do both. For my longer novels, especially series, I plot extensively, but this is always flexible and often evolves during the creative process.
For shorter novels I sometimes just start with a character and a concept and see where they take me. I have an exercise book handy for each story and when I think of something I jot it down. I love a story to sweep me away, keeping me up until the wee hours with suspense and characters that capture either my heart or my imagination.
What do you do to unwind and relax? Do you have a hobby?
Stovetop espresso coffee and chocolate yes they can be classified as hobbies rather than addictions! I love curling up in the hammock on our porch with a book or picnic days swimming at Lake Kaniere or lying in bed watching movies. Have you ever based characters on people you know or based events on things that happened to you?
It usually happens the other way around for me. I write about something and then it happens.
This helped immensely with my research on the subject. When I was writing, Tails, one of the secondary characters was this exuberant dog called Buster Boy. My friends suggest I should write about winning the lottery.