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One hundred and thirty-two years after The Collapse, Earth’s surface remains hostile to human life. Nephilim, supersoldiers created to endure the hellish conditions of the Total War, are used by their nations as pawns in the fight for the planet’s remaining resources. Expected to serve without question, dissenters are mercilessly rooted out and crushed under the boot heel of the global war machine.
LILIUM is a series of illustrated novels which aer being published as an online serial every two weeks. The finished books are available for purchase. There is also a blog, gallery, and interactive Easter Eggs.
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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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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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An apocalyptic themed party game of survival, crassness, and keeping it together as your friends laugh so hard they wet their pants.
The concept of the game is similar to some of the party games you may have played before. But the End of the World Card Game adds a new twist… an apocalyptic twist.
Unlike trying to survive a legit apocalypse, this card game is pretty simple. Each round, the round leader reads a survival scenario from a red “Survival” card, and everyone else answers with their best white card which we call “Provision” cards.
This first launch edition is based on the “Zombie Apocalypse.” The scenarios we’ve come up with are designed to match perfectly with our over-the-top Provision cards. We promise that if you’re not rolling on the floor laughing after 5 minutes, you’re probably much better people than we are.
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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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‘Til Death Do Us (A)Part: Love and Sex in the Zombie Apocalypse” is a free, online-only serial novel, with new chapters posted on a weekly basis. A cross between romance and apocalyptic fiction, with a dash of dark humor and the undead, you’re guaranteed to laugh, cringe and feel a little bit turned on. Probably not all at the same time. THAT would be weird.
“When Madelyn Striker awakes on her wedding day, she has only one goal: make it to midnight without killing anyone. With an alcoholic sister, neurotic mother and busybody future mother-in-law all trying in their own way to steal the spotlight and drive her crazy, it’s a goal she’s not certain she can reach. Finding the groom and the maid of honor in the middle of a chapel tryst certainly doesn’t help.
Family intrigue falls to the wayside when a sick guest unexpectedly takes a chunk out of a member of the bridal party, and before long Madelyn is on the run. Stuck with a photographer’s assistant, her rapidly drying out sister and a handsome, mysterious stranger who may or may not be a third cousin once removed, she must make her way through a deteriorating city and avoid friends and neighbors who are suddenly Very Hungry.
It’s Maddie’s Big Day, and she has a new goal: stay alive.
GreyZombie.com is a personal project aimed to satisfy (almost) all zombie related needs. We write about movies, online games and a lot of other fun stuff (as long as it is zombie related) but we also have a portion of our articles focused on survival. Preparing for a zombie apocalypse is fun and might seem a joke but if you’re prepared for zombies than you’ll do good in almost any conflict.
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As one of the last people on Earth, NYC is now Chris’s own personal playground. Until sinister forces plan for the destruction of the last vestiges of humankind. What happens when you wish for the end of the world, and it actually happens? Tune into Soulless.
The Mutant Epoch website is the hub for everything related to the game, including art and fiction. This site is divided into a public section and a member’s only password protected area for Society of Excavators participants. The public portion features tons of artwork, reviews, previews, samples and other content to help post-apocalyptic game fans get a better idea of what The Mutant Epoch is all about.
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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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After an asteroid hits earth, most of the worlds population is dead. In Norway, there are survivors. Our lead heroine’s quest to reunite with her mother is hindered not only by the icy landscape, but by violent viking gangs.
Civilization has collapsed. The world is dying.
It happened very fast. Within weeks, isolated news reports of people acting in strange and often violent ways became frequent and widespread. Terrifying videos were uploaded to the internet in shocking numbers from across the globe. Chaotic images of societies in rapid decline.
Then—everything went dark. No electricity, no internet, no broadcasts on the emergency radio station.
Now—howling, angry, bloodied creatures claw to get into Johnny Salibi’s house, where he lives with his wife and infant daughter.
But Johnny and his family are safe. He’s boarded up the windows. The door is locked and secure. They will ride things out until the government can get things under control again. They’re safe. . .
. . . except that they’re not.
Johnny must try to protect his wife and daughter in a world suddenly turned apocalyptic. But things will not go according to plan. Johnny will learn that the zombie plague is not what he or anyone else thought it was. He will learn that the government is not in any position to rescue them. And he will also learn that an unlikely group of survivors might hold the key not only to survival, but to salvation.
Combining elements of zombie fiction, apocalyptic literature, and spiritual thrillers, this is the gripping tale of a man whose faith in God is put to the test with life and death—and even greater—consequences.
Planned for publication on 12/12/12.
Synopsis: Even in a world of never-ending winters and permanent darkness, fourteen-year-old Nadia Comani has everything she could ever want: power, privilege, a loving family and most importantly warmth. But her family’s refusal to compromise their values changes everything. Nadia is cast down from her pedestal of power onto the trash heap of the lower classes. No longer guaranteed a life of ease, Nadia faces a future of servitude. Branded as powerless and deviant, will Nadia muster the strength to save herself and what remains of her family?
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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.
Creator of the hit ebook ‘AiZ: Alice in Zombieland (Complete Saga)’.
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Five people set out to escape the Undead who have risen too close to home.
Join the emotional and physical struggle as they began on the third day after the awakening of Brooks VanReit, as they are recorded from the point of view of Julie, a former pathologist and part-time survivalist.
Each entry is geared toward helping those who want to help themselves and maybe give a few that don’t a swift kick in the ass.
Join our group of survivors on their journey through these Days with the Undead.
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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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1. The scientific study of all things related to the undead and zombies.
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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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Dusk: Origins is a collaborative blog serial written by four authors. Set several hundred years post apocalypse, it follows four characters as they head westward, towards the setting sun. The light of the world is dying, and soon enough they may need to stand against the dark. Updates Sundays.
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In Case of Survival is dedicated to all the seemingly trivial aspects of post-apocalyptic living. From the best way to build a survival shelter to which shoes to wear, we have the information wrapped up with a healthy dose of dark humour.
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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.
The Undisputed King Of Nothing is an ongoing comic book series set several months after a global pandemic has wiped out the vast majority of the human race. Seen through the eyes of who is so far the only survivor, it will focus on life in England through the weeks and months following.
Issue one, Goodbye To All That, is now available. Issue two, Under The Sea Wind, is currently being written.
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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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The PAEForums was founded early 2011 for the discussion of all things apocalyptic. The topics range from the Post Apocalyptic genre to survival after major disasters. It also serves as a place to discuss posts on the PAEBlog made by King of the Wastes as well as Vault72 and Jimpi.
The PAEForums is now trying to start a post apocalyptic LARPING group in the US for those people that wish to “live the life”. The LARPING group will have several different “branches” so that if you want to dress up as a certain game or book you can. If you’re interested in the forum be sure to join or ask about it in the Guest Questions board.
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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Fear Death by Water, author of the Cosy Catastrophe blog says, “The idea behind this blog is to share my opinions about Post-Apocalyptic Literature, Films and Ephemera as well as my random nattering on a regular basis.”
Fear concentrates on post-apocalytpic fiction, but also writes movie reviews, and posts about other items related to the genre.
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We believe in planning for the worst while hoping for the best. If you are prepared for a total societal collapse, then you are surely prepared for anything that falls short of it. Our purpose here is to provide information to individuals and families so they may make preparations to provide for their safety in any disaster situation.
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