Category Archives: Dystopia
In a post-apocalyptic world given the choice between 2 items, which would, or could, you choose? Toilet paper? or Water filters?
Beautiful blog title, isn’t it! Today I’m over at Love Saves the World talking about what I like to read and what I want in a book. What about you? What do you like to see in a story?
Week 2 of my virtual blog tour for Dark Inheritance will be at these places. Stop by, leave a comment, and enter to win an awesome survival basket! May 21: Queen of all She Reads May 22: Immortality and Beyond May 23: Writers … Continue reading
Monday starts my month long blog tour for Dark Inheritance: Fallen Empire. Still working on some of the later blogs, and still fiddling with my website (long story), but I’m glad the novel is out and I can’t wait to … Continue reading
This is how I think the collapse of Regency England would go. Despite the fact that there was a mad king and a to-excess Prince Regent, the government itself was fairly stable. Relating it to some of today’s governments, what … Continue reading
A fan of historicals? A fan of Regency romances? Like something with an edge, a little different from the typical Regency romance books? Dark Inheritance: Fallen Empire is the story for you! Regardless of the world and genre (dystopia/post-apocalyptic) this is … Continue reading
Chapter One Outside London, England Fall, 1804 “Search the houses,” he ordered, and his men instantly obeyed. Once a major in his majesty’s army, once baron of the vast estates of Harwich, Grayson Merrick recalled the vibrant home of his … Continue reading
I could get into the whole Wikipedia page on what dystopian is, but let’s use the Merriam-Webster one. It’s shorter. an imaginary place where people lead dehumanized and often fearful lives Regency England on the other hand is known for … Continue reading