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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.
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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- How traditional publishers are like recruiters: a response to Hugh Howey’s message to authors
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- Good R’s and Bad R’s: Why Newbie Authors Should Query Literary Agents Before Self-Publishing
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A blog about my first game project: NEO Scavenger. It’s a turn-based, post apocalyptic, survival RPG. The blog also covers my experience leaving mainstream game development to go indie, and the adventure that ensues.
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The official Ministry of Zombies site from London, home of author, Sean T. Page. Sean’s works include The Official Zombie Handbook (UK) and War Against the Walking Dead, the first comprehensive guide to taking a country back from the rotting claws of the zombies.
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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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