A chat with Joshua Gayou… Guitar-Maker, World Traveler, and Author of the post-apocalyptic series, Commune.

I recently had the opportunity to chat with Joshua Gayou, author of the post-apocalyptic series, Commune.  It was one of my favorite stories of 2017. I'd read Books I and II, as well as listened to the audiobook version of Book I, narrated by R.C. Bray.  Mr. Bray brought something really amazing to the story …

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An interview with JJ Shurte and Weilard, the men behind Days Too Dark…

I first came to know JJ Shurte through twitter a few years back.  He was a very interesting fella from Australia and had what seemed to be a bottomless well of knowledge when it came to post-apocalyptic video games and books.  I'd soon find out that he was working on a book himself. When I found …

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My favorite End o’the World Books of 2016…

I know it's 2017, but it's barely 2017 and seeing as how I'd (hopefully) be late for my own funeral, I figured it wasn't too late to talk about my favorite end-of-the-world stories from 2016. I don't keep track of how many books I read in a year... I should probably start doing that. I've …

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The Future Drift…Guest Blog from Drew Avera

It's been at least a couple of years since I first met Drew Avera (real quick - his last name is pronounced "averee"... yeah, I know... I screwed it up too).  I'd read a few of his books (in fact, a couple of them were some of the earliest ebooks I had downloaded) and then ended …

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A Corporately Sponsored Apocalypse – Guest Blog by Joe Turk…

I'm often contacted by authors who ask if I wouldn't mind reading their work and posting a review.  I try not to make a habit of this as it makes me uncomfortable, so my answer is usually "I'm sorry, but no." But once in a while, one will come along and my gut tells me …

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BIRTH PANGS: Interpreting Our Post-Apocalyptic Nightmare… a guest blog by Tyler Bumpus

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEGmdjdqDJU I came across Tyler Bumpus early this past winter of 2016 (February, more specifically) when I read the first book in his Swallowed World post-apocalypse series, The Eternal Season.  I was enthralled... I was amazed... this was one seriously kick-ass PA story.  You can read my review here. There have been two postapoc stories that …

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