September 1

What Kind of Dinosaur Are You?

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Have you ever wondered what kind of dinosaur you might have been if you had lived in prehistoric times?

No?

That’s just me then.

Anyways…

We’re getting closer and closer, like a sneaky velociraptor, to the release of the book you’ve been waiting for all your life. Well, maybe not all your life, but possibly since 2016. What can I say? Some books take a long time to get around to being written.

Yes, it’s finally here, the sequel to Planet of the Dinosaurs Book One: Project Wormhole.

Planet of the Dinosaurs Book Two The Journey North book cover

Planet of the Dinosaurs Book Two: The Journey North, is rampaging into a virtual bookstore any day now.

And you need to be ready.

Like, dinosaur ready.

Take the quiz and find out what kind of dinosaur you might have been, and let me know in the comments.


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  1. I am, it seems, a Troodon – something I don’t think I’ve heard of but with questionable fashion/grooming sense and confused expression… And while I may be solitary and quiet I can get rather exercised by typos.

  2. I’m a velociraptor. I am completely unsurprised. I do have a strange love for Blue. Also, I’ve gotten yelled at for sneaking up on people because I’m not loud. So I’m going to say this quiz is entirely scientifically accurate.
    I do like some veg, but…even dinosaurs can try something new for healthy living.

    1. Ah yes, my scientific research is finally validated! Now I can go public.
      And vegetarian velociraptors. Who’d have thought it?

  3. I got Baryonyx. A piscivorous dinosaur who also hunted terrestrial prey. I find that interesting since I love fish as well as hamburgers, pork chops, chicken and steak.

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