Thursday, June 28, 2012

Eternal Revelations

Since I'm in book mode today, I figured I would post a blurb of my new novel, Eternal Revelations. No, it hasn't been released yet, but I will be sure to post when it does. Here it be:

A Child. The Devil. The Fate of Humanity.

After millions of people vanish and the dead rise to spread plague over the Earth, 23 year-old Evelyn and her brother join with a small group as they fight for survival. As the plague spreads and the number of the Reanimated rise in humans and animals alike, there isn’t anything man made that is strong enough to hold them off.

The Anti-Christ, who unknowingly to humans has inhabited the Earth for years, begins to follow Evelyn and her group after they manage to find one of the only children left on the Earth—who is Autistic—since the remaining children are the only chance the human race has at defying the Devils plans.

Of all the horrors the Earth now holds, none are comparable to how treacherous the living become once their humanity is thrown out the window. Evelyn realizes survival isn’t just fighting for your life but fighting for your humanity in a world of terror.
Join the fight for survival against the undead and beasts released straight from the pits of Hell.

Been a while.

I know it's been some time since I posted. I guess I need to get better at posting when I'm working on a novel. It seems a lot of crazy things have happened in the world since my last post. First, there's the "Bath Salt Zombie" that got hungry on the freeway, but it turned out he wasn't on any bath salts.
And then there's this crazy incident from my home town. A police brutality case that's hitting on several news stations. If you haven't heard about it yet, you will. I came across it because of a fellow Author, Larry Hohol, had posted a video on Youtube. Since then thousands of people joined a page to support the victim of the Police Brutality. That's kind of crazy to think that it happened in the middle of no where, here at home.  Welp, here's the video.

Take from it what you will, each of us have our personal opinions. I try not to put TOO much of mine on here.
Back to the writing.
I've been working my  butt off on writing, and periodical mood swings from being in my first trimester made me wound a few characters. Sorry. But some survive!
I found that reading books and articles on the internet, especially about those that self published and made something of themselves, to be helpful.
Amanda Hocking the most. I mean, she knew she had a damn good story, and stuck to her guns and did it! That's the way to think. Never give up, never stop writing, and don't let anyone tell you that your story is shitty. So I'm thinking like her....
I have a damn good story I'm writing, and it WILL get out there!
Anyhoo, I will leave you with that thought.