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Things have been unstable for sometime, but now, a global war has broken out, precipitated by a deadly disease that is quickly infecting and killing millions. Suddenly, ordinary problems like school, concerts, and sibling rivalry takes a back seat as kids are forced to learn how to survive – and that means joining the fight. The world is on lockdown, but a brave few will risk everything to bring hope to the world. Is anyone safe? And will there ever be a cure?

  • From “Rubble”
    I worked on this story during my senior year of high school, a very dramatic time. It was mostly a way to nerd out about things I was learning, and now I don’t understand any of it…
  • Hope for the Future
    Hope for the Future The cages hadn’t been cleaned for a while. Lab rats scurried over shredded newspapers stiff with … More
  • Airspace
    AirspacE “Sweetheart, how can you eat all of that?” Carmella asked her nephew, staring in horror at his…breakfast. For lack … More
  • Crucible
    Crucible “Dear God,” Adrien Miller printed carefully, making sure all his letters were the same height. “I’m sorry we ruined … More
  • Shattered
    Shattered The explosion rocked the foundations of the world. Flames rose up, leaping to devour whatever it could close its … More
  • Promenade
    Marecia Zenan nearly dropped the hamburgers in her rush to get the phone when it rang. “I’ve got it!” she … More
  • Taken
    Taken But why can’t I have more cake?” Veronica pleaded, squeezing Anica’s hand in a death grip. “Because, sweetheart, you’ve … More
  • Instigation
    Instigation No one was home. Aunt Carmella had dragged Timothy away for a haircut, and even Platinum was at the … More
  • Commensal
    Good people are remembered long after they are gone, but the wicked are soon forgotten. Proverbs 10:7 Iabella threw her … More
  • Blackout
    Blackout The Intercity Committee had gone all-out in planning the concert hall. Seat placement was not an issue, as all … More
  • Sojourner
    Sojourner Your love reaches higher than the heavens, and your loyalty extends beyond the clouds. Psalm 108:4 Timothy had gone … More
  • Desolation
    Desolation It took several hours, but eventually the fatal chaos petered out. Everyone huddled around the walls of the concession … More
  • Love
    Love It’s easy to condemn those who are suffering, when you have no troubles. (Job 12:5) Over pecan pie and … More
  • Life
    Life In the dream, Anica was at the airport. At first glance, it seemed like the aerotram station, but through … More
  • Disconnected
    Disconnected The teachers were barely interested in teaching. Like the students, half had not even shown up. Ordinarily everyone would … More
  • Compilation
    Kindness By the time the supplies arrived, Marecia wasn’t sure whether she wanted to kill Immer Chapalu or kiss him. … More
  • Hysteria
    Hysteria It wasn’t hard to sneak away from school. No one thought to have anyone watch the exits during evening … More
  • Deception
    Deception At first, Isabella wasn’t sure whether she wanted to join her friends when she caught sight of them in … More
  • Houses
    Houses Carmen came in promptly at sunrise to get fresh supplies for her day in  the sick room. Seeing the … More
  • Aficionado
    Aficionado The sound of distant guns had quieted for now, replaced by the nearer sound of coming thunder. While Isabella … More
  • confessions
    Confessions “Aw, Jamie, I’m just going to go right out and say it,” Marecia decided with a sigh. They were … More
  • Portrait
    Portrait Marti gazed down at them from her perch on the shed. The shoes dangled from her stubby fingers, just … More
  • Extinction
    Extinction Garnet refused to look back to see if anyone was following her. She simply didn’t have the time to … More
  • Accident
    Accident Losing your temper is foolish; ignoring an insult is smart. (Proverbs 12:16) The door banged open and then shut, … More
  • Torched
    Torched It was a little hard to see in the bushes, but Marecia knew that if she moved she would … More
  • Tesselations
    Tessellations Even though Geoff was only twelve, Immer claimed he had some sort of prodigal potential that no one else … More
  • Rigor Mortis
    Epilogue: Rigor Mortis Officer Camino coughed and violently waved dust out of the air. He picked his way carefully through … More
  • Remembering The Why Part 4: Writing In Circles
    I love those moments when something just clicks. I’ll write something for no reason other than to have something to say, and later I’ll get an amazing idea of how to connect it all together. Again, just walking through the world and seeing what I find that I want to show to others. It’s like I’ve got these dolls that I’m playing with, except that they talk to me and move on their own. Sometimes I give them a nudge or a drop them in a new setting, and then I record the simulation because of how fascinating I find it.

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~ Romans 15:13


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