Demarcus Jones and the Solar Calendar V
Demarcus wasn’t convinced that the translated rules of the Solar Calendar was enough to help him understand it. Now, he would try to translate the last clue he held. This clue leads him to meet more new people and use the Solar Calendar to go to more new places, but is it much more than Demarcus could have bargained for? Join Demarcus as he unlocks the clues in Demarcus Jones and the Solar Calendar V.
Black Facts introduced by Demarcus Jones and the Solar Calendar V
African American Sports
African American Music
Moorish Occupation of Spain
Much Much More
I hated the look I got when I showed someone an item from the Solar Calendar, only for them to look at me like I had lost my marbles. I wasn’t even sure if she could see the book, or just that I was writing in the funny language.
This was the part I hated. Explaining the Solar Calendar to someone who had no clue about it. Once he realized that it worked, he would try to use it for something dumb
“The Christians were determined to take back the area. When King Ferdinand of Aragon married Queen Isabella of Castile, their kingdoms united. That unity helped drive out the Moors after more than 700 years of occupation.”