So, confession time. I love post-apocalyptic books. I like to read about everyday ordinary people thrown into terrifying, life-threatening situations and how they survive. I enjoy them so much that I decided to write my own.
Stone Survival is the story of how a Christian family survives the first day of the apocalypse. It’s the biggest project I’ve ever tackled and harder than I expected it to be, but I have loved every minute spent working on it. The first draft of Stone Survival is done, and I am editing and rewriting now. I have also started the second book in the series, tentatively titled Stone Survival: Endurance.
I’m excited about these books and so happy to get to tell you about them. If you sign up on my Stone Survival mailing list, I’ll notify you when these books are available and, because I think you’re awesome, I will give each of you a FREE BOOK when they are finished! You’re welcome. Continue reading “My new series: Stone Survival”
Every time I think, “This will be fun. We’ll see some sights and enjoy each other’s company.” Every time. Then, we get in the car, on the road and reality slaps me in the face…repeatedly.
Road trips are not fun, not for me anyway. Here is how today’s trip went:
We sat at a small table clustered with other empty tables under the white fabric awning in front of Rebooked. It was shaded and quiet and reasonably private, but public enough I didn’t feel awkward being alone with Rico. He placed his bag on the table between us and smiled at me, suddenly shy now that he had my attention.
“Clock’s ticking,” I said.
“Yeah, um…” he started. He pushed his sunglasses up onto his head and studied my face for a moment. When he finally settled on my eyes, he gazed intently.