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Happy Diwali! +++ The Butterfly Dragon III: The Two Dragons Act III +++ [Updated 30/9/2022: 6:00 PM EST]

Introduction This story which is the third book (or Act as I'm calling it) is the conclusion of the Butterfly Dragon trilogy. This book will wrap up all the loose ends created during the course of the adventures of Heylyn, Alicia, Monique and Valerie over the three books and several short stories involving the characters. It will also bring back a number of characters from the previous two books to assist in overcoming the forces with which they're about to clash. Hidden forces whose presence I've been building up over the course of the first two Acts of the Dragon Butterfly story. As is the case with my previous Butterfly Dragon books, science will play a big part, especially in this book with the return of some of fan favourite characters, though the challenges they're about to face might be too much even for the legendary Butterfly Dragon herself. I hope that you enjoy what's in store. Bare with me as this story is written (mostly) live, with edits coming after I

Butterfly Dragon West Meet East Going Eco...

FYI. Much like Heylyn Yates with help from her new employee Valerie Aspen have done for West Meet East International, I've been focusing on going environmentally friendly myself at my own home office.

From the time I wrote the Butterfly Dragon story, Mr. Wrong Or Right, I've produced one half (1/2) a shopping bag of garbage refuse over the course of a month.

Here's the actual numbers over the course of 30 days for one person and his home office:

Garbage:   1/2 shopping bag 1KG of refuse for landfill sites.

Recycling: 1 recycling bag 2KG of plastic and paper materials.

Compost:   1 shopping bag 0.5KG of organic waste for my own balcony born spring garden.

That's a shift from approximately four shopping bags of garbage over the course of a month, and half a bag of recycling, with a very small amount of compost (2 - 3 Grams).

Consider that's one person. If in my home city everyone took up the same initiative and yielded similar results, that would be a reduction to one quarter of the total volume and mass of waste produced per capita every thirty days.

The math over 30 days:

Garbage:   From 4.5 Million KG to 1.125 Million KG of refuse for landfill sites.

RecyclingFrom 1 Million KG of recycling to 2 Million KG of plastic and paper materials.

Compost:   From 2-3 Million G to 1/2 Million KG of organic waste for city gardens.

Just an FYI for you, so you know that this author, coder, artist and web master puts his money where his mouth is. Actually, if I had more money for my mouth I could get one of my teeth fixed but that's a different story altogether...

Remember there's a pot of gold to be found in every rainbow.

I'm off to watch the movie Best Seller, with James Woods and Brian Dennehy, Actually, I already watched it and posted this addition after the fact. Great movie from the 80s.

After that, its off to ED, where my virtual wife will run the show for the time being...

Then its off to sleep and up tomorrow to work for six hours. Saturday, the same deal. Sunday is clean house and relax time.

Brian Joseph Johns