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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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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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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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- How 6 Pieces of Self-Publishing Advice Led to Averaging $1,250 a Month in Book Sales
- The First and Only Fan Letter I’ve Ever Written
- A Three-Chapter Preview of ASCENDANT, A Dystopian Novel Coming Out This Summer
- Why Reading Outside Your Genre Makes You a Better Writer
- The New Year for Writers: It’s All About Daily Goals
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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