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pandemic covid-19 plague

Get the fabulous and free visual book of the year! 
The picture book of the pandemic of 2020.

Right now, my new digital photo book is available - FREE. No sign up, no membership. 100% free. The free pdf is 36 pages of wonderful writing and fantastic photos relating to the pandemic. 

Written and illustrated by Andrew Lawrence, the L.A. author and photographic artist. No, this photo book is not meant to depress or scare you, it's meant to uplift your spirits! It's informative, entertaining, interesting, and cool. The photos are awesome! 

It's a FREE pdf download directly from Google Drive. Safe and secure. Available worldwide!

Take a look. Check it out NOW. 
It's 100% FREE!
No sign up. Nothing to join. Free download!

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Or if you don't want to download it, you can also read it online, on Google Drive. Yes, that's free too! 

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Here's are some excerpts:

Drive Thru Coffee

During the plague, even the famed Starbucks was forced to deny customers from entering and buying their coffee. Luckily, loyal coffee drinkers were able to get their caffeine via drive thru.

Pandemic Prose

As I mentioned, sometimes the plague produced some wonderful moments. Here is one of them.

It was May 2, 2020. Los Angeles, California.

During the pandemic of 2020, after 43 days of the LA Lockdown, I was up early, before dawn, so, after a while, I went to the supermarket just before 6 am when it opened.

The world was empty. No one was out walking their dogs, or themselves. Very few cars were on the road. Very few shoppers were at the supermarket, I was the first one in. By 6:15 I was done and out the door. On the way home, again there were few cars on the road and no pedestrians.

No people. No traffic. As the world awakened, I felt like it belonged to me. Me and the chirping birds. And maybe a deer or two. Alone together at dawn. It was spiritual. It was good. It was Saturday.


LA Freeway during Rush Hour

One of the benefits of the pandemic in L.A.
was an empty freeway during rush hour

The above photo of mine was featured on
They get 20 million visitors per month. It's also in the pdf

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A note from the author
Andrew Lawrence 

Author of more than 20 life improvement books

Why am I giving away my new book for free? 

I live in Los Angles. L.A. is a leading-edge city for many things, including pandemics. The pandemic of 2020 fundamentally changed L.A. (and the world). I documented those changes, in wonderful words and fantastic digital art photos. Why did I write this book? Why did I turn it into a photographic book? Why am I giving my book away for free as a pdf? Why is it a must-have collectors item? Here's the answer(s) 

I simply want to share my experience with the pandemic, the story of the plague of 2020. Yes, it was/is scary. But the experience was also strange, weird, sometimes funny, sometimes wonderful, sometimes even beautiful. And all that is documented in "The Plague, Los Angeles 2020". With accompanying large and fabulous photos. 

And, no, I am not a medical professional. I am an author (20 books) and an artist (500 fine art photos). I am also a civilian. A "nonessential". And, like the other 300+ million American civilians and 10 million LA County civilian residents and billions of "nonessential" people worldwide, I got/get my pandemic information, and my pandemic fear, via the media. I wanted to provide a different perspective, an artist's perception, an artist's perspective, MY perspective, via this free downloadable pdf photo book.

The pdf chronicles a world changing event, a life changing event, the pandemic of 2020. It entertainingly tells, and artistically shows, the story of the plague, from the Spring of 2020 to mid-summer.

Yes, this pdf photo book may well become an ageless artistic historical document. And a collectors item. And, right now, it's free!

Download this incredible pdf now. Or you can also read it online. FREE. I put it on Google Drive, it's safe and secure to download or read. Get it. Read it. Enjoy it. You'll be glad you did. Looks good on a cell phone, tablet or computer.

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And, yes, tell everyone you know to get this free pdf!