Noah Hart and Theodore Garner could not be more different.
Their similarities start and end with their gradually-ending senior year at Woodside High School, a place where they walk the halls in a perfectly happy completely-ignoring-each-other manner.
As a half-Japanese trans kid living in Georgia, Noah has his own whirlwind of issues on the daily… and he certainly doesn’t need Theo and his “band of goons” adding to the mix.
Theo is eagerly awaiting a lacrosse scholarship at a college where he’s free from his predictably overwhelming parents.
But when the country is plunged into a sudden shut down due to a monstrous solar storm, their issues become very similar.
Despite how nauseating the idea is to both of them, Noah and Theo find themselves forced to cooperate in order to survive after stumbling into one another amidst an apocalyptic America… but the change in feelings was certainly not mandatory.
Rowan was just 18 when the world came to an end. 10 years later, she has no home and little way of surviving. On top of that, she's taking care of her 13 year old adopted tag-along, Gara.Despite this, Rowan is the best hunter, survivor and soldier that has ever crossed the Ruins, and everyone knows it. Once affectionately called the Hellhound, Rowan has resigned from her feral title in attempt at a peaceful return to New York. However, the Hellhound had made more enemies than friends, and now, they all want her blood.
The Town was a good Town. The Townspeople were kind to each other. Everything was beautiful. Everything was clean. The women wore pretty cotton dresses. The men wore handsome button-up shirts. Parents adored and doted on their children.
They lived in accordance to the prophecies passed down to them by the Giver, the great being who had created all of this. The final prophecy decreed the coming of the Taker, who would take it all alway.
The Taker was meant to end the world. But the Taker would have to first be raised within the Town.
---The main character uses they/them pronouns. The main character likes using they/them pronouns. The main character is genuinely genderqueer and it's fine. They use they/them pronouns because they like it. Not because of all the cult stuff that happens. The cult stuff is separate from the genderqueer stuff.
This work is in the public domain and anyone can do whatever they want with it.
After the end of the Trump Presidency, World War III has destroyed America by radical insurgents bent on chaos. Anne Gorman, a thirteen year old teenager from New York, struggles to survive with her banker parents, who make their money from Wall Street.
The first Young Adult Science Fiction novel in a new series.
Everything's gone. The world we know is gone, the people we know are dead. Nothing's left. But they always come back, walking around the cities, with nowhere to go, they only want one thing. Blood. Yours. Mine. Doesn't matter. We call them Walkers and they are everywhere. You save them, you die.There is only one thing that matters.You kill or you are killed.
First off. This is the link to the website I borrowed the image from. https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/zombie-horde-co-op-magic/
what do you do in a world where humans are no longer on the top of the food chain, and death meets you at every turn? How will this one family continue to survive? Follow their story to find out. (Description may change again in the future)
This is a collection of short stories, and this is the first out of 10. As i write it ill post on here. Ill design cover images later on. For now I’m borrowing the current image from here; https://dnd-amulets-of-saegkkal.fandom.com/wiki/Drow_%28Dark_Elves%29 For now i just need help critiquing what i have so far before I actually publish it.
A weary father at the end of his rope, struggling to protect his thirteen year old daughter and eleven year old son, leads his family home through a collapsing and lawless civilization. Death has taken its toll. Those that remain grapple to put the pieces back together or take what's left for themselves.
This is a work in progress. It's unedited and unplanned, with no outline or idea as to where it is going. I’ll probably continue post additions/revisions from time to time. Follow along if you're interested, intrigued or simply amused. I'm new at this and welcome comments and suggestions; the good, the bad and the ugly. Criticisms, grammatical corrections, plot suggestions, character revisions, praise and marriage proposals will all be given proper consideration.
This is a work of fiction. This isn’t me and these aren’t my kids. No one in this work of fiction represents anyone, living or dead, completely. Scratch that. None of my exes are portrayed in any of my characters, vile or otherwise. Oh yeah... despite its presentation herein the world is not ending, nor has it gone to pot... as of yet.
Copyright: All rights reserved. Nobody can use, redistribute, reiterate, reproduce, copy, or in any other way incorporate what I have written or I might get really mad. I may even sue you. I live smack-dab in the middle of a town filled with starving lawyers. And not just that - I have a lot of time on my hands and could really use some of your money.
That's what Lulene has been told her entire life. But what is it that she has to believe in? Filled with confusion, depression and fear, she did what every troubled soul would. Tried to commit suicide.
But she finds her self in a facility where Disbelievers like herself are taken in to be made.. PERFECT. Even on her first day she feels the odd vibes around the place. With new friends and trouble hot on her trail, she finds herself trapped in a secret deadlier than death itself
With the first installment of the Dystopia series, we bring you, imperfection.
Korbin was a true criminal, a Mastermind in killing, torturing and hunting every and anyone either for money, revenge, or simply fun.
This was a mad world, so being mad wasn't nearly as bad as it was back in the day when everything was "fine".
But on the rotten day that his followers decided to riot, he finds something...annoying.
Poems (and some prose) based on the Fallout universe, posted originally on the amino app.