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The official website of post-apocalyptic sci-fi author, JJ Holden. His first novel, Life After, is about the aftermath of a second civil war in the United States and the fight against a tyrannical dictator bent on global supremacy.
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Seabound Chronicles, Book 1
When an apocalyptic catastrophe decimates the land, a lucky few escape to sea. 1,003 survivors make their home on a souped-up cruise ship called the Catalina. After sixteen years, the strain begins to show in a floating world of distrust and shifting allegiances.
Esther is a young mechanic who wants to prove herself, and she’s willing to take risks in the name of progress. But when the fresh water tanks explode, endangering the lives of everyone aboard the Catalina – it’s all Esther’s fault.
With only a little water left, the crew of the Catalina must use its last fuel to sail for help. They head to an unknown seabound metropolis called the Galaxy Flotilla. The inhabitants of the Galaxy are keen to parade their lives of luxury, but what do the saviors really want in return for their warm welcome? And what is really going on below decks?
When disaster strikes again, Esther must fight to save the lives of her friends aboard the Catalina before it’s too late.
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Southern author, Ron Foster has shared his vast knowledge in a large library of books about survival and preparedness, both fiction and nonfiction. He is best known for his “prepper fiction”- a genre that he coined. Even his fiction books are loaded with survival and self sufficiency techniques that one can learn from. Ron Roster’s knowledge in his field is extensive and has well prepared him for writing about survival in a post-apocalyptic world, where society has broken down.
What if the Darkness isn’t just the lights going out?
In the modern world everyone has heard tales of Dragons, Faeries and other mystical creatures but no one believes anymore. But Witches? Now there’s a different story. Everybody has an eccentric aunt or knows that oddball on the edge of town that people go to for answers to questions no one wants to ask.
Among the Witches, there’s a group known as the Gifted and the Warriors who protect them. Aidan is one of those Warriors and he, along with his Witch Keela, have stood against Evil far more times than they care to count.
There has always been a group of Gifted Witches and Warriors that stood united against Evil, but this time, when the forces of Evil decide to up the ante and take down the entire world, could it be only Aidan and Keela standing against them?
Will one Gifted Witch and her battered Warrior be enough to stop the Apocalypse?
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Steven Sheeley lives in Washington state with his daughter and 2 dogs. He learned about risks of a apocalyptic scenario while in the US Navy. He was an E6 on both Fast Attack Submarines and Missile Subs as well. The first book of the series is due out at the end of 2014 and there are nine planned in total. He is also outlining a second series entitled Children of Sanctuary
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The Knowledge is a new book by science-writer Lewis Dartnell (www.lewisdartnell.com). Using a post-apocalyptic scenario as the starting point for a thought experiment, the book discusses what would be the crucial science and technology to avert another Dark Ages and help society recover from scratch as rapidly as possible: a guide for rebooting civilization itself. Explore the website for further detail and join the conversation on the book’s Discussion page – what information do YOU think would be the most crucial to preserve…?
First, we hear from a talented and extraordinary girl, Young Moon, as she lives through a world-shaking disaster set in motion by her father. Next, in an adventure of courage and hope, Sami seeks answers in the post-apocalyptic aftermath to the voices only she can hear, while her friend Simma survives the worst that a dystopian civilization can throw at her, and uncovers a mystery that spans planets.
Book 4, Gen, is planned for a Spring 2014 release. Seven books are planned for the series.
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What the world dreads most has happened – a mutated avian flu pandemic has ravaged the global population. Whether accidental or intentional, only two percent of the population has survived. In the Pacific Northwest, a dying mother recognizes that her young child is among the immune. What will she do to ensure his survival before her own death? Meanwhile, as natural predators invade urban areas, Graham has buried his last remaining family member and promised to carry out his father’s advice to make it to the family cabin. He meets with triumph and tragedy learning new rules along the way. Just when he thinks he’s finally got a handle on this new world, he’s taken by surprise, as he learns he’s not alone. A hidden community of Preppers are nearby. Will he find the strength to escape these dangers and go on living? And more importantly, will he have the ability to protect those he’s come to trust?
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This is the author site of Micah Ackerman. His first novel “Wormwood” is about a full scale nuclear war and how a small Connecticut town survives. There are FREE short stories and a post-apocalyptic blog.
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Official website for G.S. Fields, author and screenplay writer of post-apocalyptic stories, including his debut novel, Under Vanishing Skies, which hit #1 in both the Dystopian and Post-Apocalyptic categories during the book’s initial launch.
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The Flotilla series is a dystopian fiction story in which a messed-up teen named Jim is thrown into the ocean, literally and figuratively, to become both a survivor and a hero. Jim leaves an addiction rehab center to join his father, Rick, aboard an experimental colony off the Los Angeles coast raising fish through the process of mariculture (open-sea fish farming).
The tension explodes when a terrorist attack hits nearby Los Angeles. Jim and his sister are safe for the moment aboard the Colony but Rick is drafted and taken ashore. Now the kids are left helpless to deal with angry drug dealers, pirates and crooked cops. Will Jim be able save himself and his sister? Is doing the right thing always the right choice?
This is a whirlwind adventure over two summers that paints a vivid picture of adventure and hardship. It is also a deeply moving look at the impact of sustainable technology on some hilariously dysfunctional, flawed characters. Readers are finding Flotilla to be a stirring coming-of-age tale that brings together fathers and sons and conquers loss through courage and inner strength.
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“The Zombie Bible” is a book about surviving the Zombie Apocalypse/Holocaust. But unlike every book before it, there’s a twist.
Lets face statistics; the chances of surviving the Zombie Apocalypse as a Human are slim. So why not look at the ‘survival game’ from the other side of the coin? If 99% of the population are zombies, why not plan for that eventuality, and find a way through to the end to get the vaccine? Why horde water, food, guns and ammunition when all you have to do is shuffle your way to survival?
The Zombie Bible is a book to teach you how to survive AS A ZOMBIE.
Biting satire, superb wit, and endearing sarcasm abound as we learn how to successfully survive the Zombie Apocalypse/Holocaust in a manner you’ve never even dreamed of.
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Zombieheimat is a German Zombie-Blog. You will get reviews about zombie related games, movies and books. We provide also survival tips for zombiehunters. There is a button located in the sidebar to translate the articles in all common languages.
I’m the Dude, so that’s what you call me–Oh wait, that’s just the voice in my head. Really, though, I, like the Dude, don’t want a real job. I have one now and well… The real job feeds the body and lets me live indoors. The writing feeds the soul and lets me live in my head. Thanks for stopping by. I am excited to get my writing out there, and interact with readers who maybe, just maybe, find some enjoyment in it. What a long strange trip…it will be.
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Al Philipson was born somewhere around 1995 or later in the fevered imagination of a nerdish geek and sometimes technical writer who wants to remain anonymous when he writes fiction (including his tax return). Being a private person, he was afraid that his adoring fans (all three of them) would mob him both publicly and privately once his books caught on.
Unlike his nerdy creator, Philipson suffers from none of the weaknesses of “ordinary” humans. His body puts Mr. Universe to shame. He can bench press a Kenworth, he’s more intelligent than Einstein, and knock-down-gorgeous women find him irresistible.
His second novel, Children of Destruction, has been recently published. He is currently writing his third and fourth novels and snaps viciously at anyone who dares interrupt him when he’s working.
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Libria Mundis is a French community devoted to the post-apocalyptic, dystopian and zombie universe. Our web site reference books, movies, TV-series and games, and our members can post their graphic realizations on our fan art and discuss on the forum about this universe.
Apocalypse Zone is a blog specialized in all kinds of (post) apocalyptic films, audio drama, novels, games, tv-series and much more. The goal is to create (one of) the biggest apocalypse review database.
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Abundant Future is the website for the author of The Wayward Journey, Nathan Hale Jefferson and a source of information on how to best prepare and protect yourself from the innumerable dangers in the world.
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Tim Watts and Michael O’Connell grew up in the 80s, and as such, they fixated on the entertainment genre created by the ever-present threat of nuclear Armageddon. Playing role-playing games like Gamma World and watching films like The Road Warrior in their teens, they never lost their love of aftermath fiction in all its forms.
They now host a podcast called Post-Apodaclypse (yes, that’s spelled right), a weekly show focused on tales of the end of the world and the survivors who struggle to make their way in this new reality (sometimes in cool cars). Post-nuke to pandemic to alien invasion to zombie apocalypse, all such stories are discussed and reviewed by Tim and Michael and their periodic special guests.
Check out and subscribe to Post-Apodaclypse today! It’s the end of the world as we know it. And we’re strangely cool with that.
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Podcast at Ground Zero is your destination for the apocalyptic genre in all of its forms. Covering various topics from books, TV, movies, analog and digital games, music and much more. As well as featuring guests and co-hosts from the apocalypse
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Stephen R. Cox writes the post-apocalyptic action adventure series, MUTANT HUNTER. All three books published to date feature covers and illustrations by renowned artist Michael Whelan. Cox’s website features background, covers, additional art, book excerpts, photographs and links to Amazon. Links to Facebook and Whelan’s site are also included. News regarding Cox’s fourth book in the series, THE SKIN BAGS, will be posted on the site as the story evolves.
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Milana V. Mystery is a site that houses an ongoing fictional narrative about the end of the world as we know it. Evelyn Earth is a story about vengeance, supernatural events and brutal action where the Earth itself seeks to destroy mankind for the destruction they have inflicted upon her.
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Apocalypse Trousers is back and will be better than ever. The general topic of the blog is Post Apocalypse fiction and games, however there will be a lot of reviews of film, books, games and other related topics. New features include Ladies of the Wastes and The Future isn’t What it Used to Be.
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The Girls Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse is a group blog of female writers and artists sharing their assorted wisdom on how best to approach the end of the world. Mixing cocktails, an armaggedon playlist and articles and art on everything from what shoes are best in a zombie attack to digging for when the canned goods run out.
The Shattered Earth Saga is a blog I started to accompany a new series of novels I am undertaking. The story revolves around the crew of a deep space exploration vessel that returns to Earth three centuries after a virus and series of wars destroys the world as they knew it. After crash landing back on Earth, the crew must survive in the harsh new reality that is the Shattered Earth!
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I write epic stories for a younger crowd. My novels and short stories take place in high schools and college campuses of today, the post-apocalyptic world of tomorrow, a zombie-overrun small town, and a parallel realm created by ancient gods. Common themes are teen angst, young love, political upheaval, the nature of good vs. evil, the pitfalls of drug and alcohol abuse, and the importance of friendship, family, and being free.
TRAINLAND deals with the twisted psychology of a high school shooter. (Available now)
The MILO BANKS series is about a boy and his twin sister who discover they come from a family of Greek-like demigods. (Book 1 coming this May)
ASCENDANT takes place in post-apocalyptic America where a jaded teen discovers his mind was created by the government to be a weapon. Now they want it back. (Episode 1 coming this August)
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- Retiring this blog and moving over to SquareSpace – Also, get Outbreak for free
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Messenger is a sci-fi/fantasy webcomic which tells the stories of survivors in a post-apocalyptic world populated with warring tribes, curious angels, and genetically engineered lifeforms, with new pages every week.
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It is a story of ordinary people with extraordinary resolve, who, by their wills and wits alone, rise above the devastation to fashion a new world from the smoldering ashes of the old.
Travel with our champions in this superbly crafted tale of adventure as they seek to establish a new life, refusing to relinquish their freedom or humanity amidst the unprecedented chaos and renaissance of the post-End War environment.
Having survived the Great Purging and its aftermath, they cling to life, to one another, and to all that is cherished by the enlightened mind while navigating a gauntlet of conscienceless villains, hell bent on wreaking further havoc, motivated by a twisted desire to rule their fellows by force.
While the brutal realities of a post apocalyptic future are not easily endured, this remains fundamentally a story of hope, honor, and redemption—and of the triumph of the heart, even when faced with the most dire of circumstances.
Welcome then to the future—After The Fall…
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John Phillip Backus: American science fiction, adventure fiction, and children’s fiction writer and storyteller. Author of the After The Fall post-apocalyptic series, Jen of Earth – The Dorian Chronicles; Spirit of the Rainforest, The Wilderness Chronicles; Fireside Tales of High Adventure in the Far North Country, and creator of the Happy Hippo, Mean Wigglin, and It’s Everybody’s Wire children’s tales. Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan on December 30th, 1952 to Donald Eugene Backus and Mary Aideena (Lee) Backus, as the second of six children of Scotch-English and Native American descent. In the Author’s Forward in Hunter – After The Fall, Backus states:
“Throughout my lifetime, many individuals have influenced my love of the language and of books, not least of whom were my parents. My father, Donald, was a voracious sci-fi and adventure fiction reader. On weekend afternoons, he could often be found relaxing on the couch with his nose in a dog-eared pulp paperback, perhaps by Ray Bradbury, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Robert A. Heinlein, Louis L’amour, or H. G. Wells, and boasting some sort of heroic cover art––likely by Frank Frazetta, or one of his counterparts––depicting John Carter of Mars, one of the Sacketts, or Tarzan, smashing his way through hordes of enemies, blade, blaster, or six shooter in one hand and damsel in distress in the other.
My mother, Mary, cherished the more civilized, classic fiction, instilling in me a great love for such books at an early age––books she considered as doorways to a wide variety of experiences, adventures, and ideas––and which I accessed through the offerings of Lewis Carroll, James Clavell, James Fenimore Cooper, Charles Dickens, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling, Jack London, Robert Louis Stevenson, J. R. R. Tolkien, Mark Twain and Jules Verne to name a few. She introduced me to the wonder of libraries, bookmobiles, and natural history museums, and taught me to respect, nurture, and appreciate the magic of the written word, as well as the beauty and grandeur of our natural world. To my parents, who, by example, imparted their varied literary passions to an impressionable young mind growing up in the American Midwest in the 1950’s, I am truly grateful.”
- The Sisterhood-After The Fall, Book Three Explores the Devastating Effects of the End War on the Peoples of Northern Europe
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- “Star-Founder of the Sisterhood Alliance with her Wolven” by Artist Jesse Duke from The Gathering-After The Fall, Book Two
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The post-apocalyptic blog brings you reviews and discussions about media such as games, books and movies dealing with the end of the world as we know it and the struggle for survival of the remaining people.
Goal is to create an archive of worthwhile media which is both entertaining and preparing for a scenario where a world has been changed by a nuclear war, a deadly disease or a natural disaster.
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Wormwood is set across the earth’s freshly devestated landscape, and follows the path of a tormented half-angel as he dutifully fulfills his destiny to destroy the earth and wipe out any human survivors. It includes a legion of Nephilim, a demon and a kick a** female lead character.
Blackfear.de berichtet über aktuelle Filme, Spiele und Comics mit apokalyptischem Hintergrund, schreibt Rezensionen und bloggt auch immer wieder über aktuelle Themen in der realen Welt.
Blackfear.de is a German blog commenting on recent post-apocalyptic movies, games and comics!
Covering the Apocalypse and the Post-Apocalypse in movies & television, books, video games, news stories, products, prophecies, and fashion as well as, news on disaster preparedness and survivalism by K. Scott Bradbury, author of “The Post-Apocalyptic Primer”
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Home of Brian Martinez, author of apocalyptic works A Chemical Fire and The Mountain and The City. Martinez is an independent author working in New York. He frequently deals with dystopian and post-apocalyptic themes in his stories, and offers several for free on his site.
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Reviews are posted three to four times a week, with a particular focus on up-and-coming and independently published authors.
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The site also features several galleries of free post-apocalyptic media, including images and wallpapers, short films and videos, audio dramas and other audio productions, and short stories and novels.
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Founded in 2010, the Post-Apocalyptic Forum is already approaching 10,000 total posts on a wide variety of topics related to the genre. Whether you just like to read about the end of the world, or you are actively preparing for it, we have members who will be happy to discuss it with you.
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