Welcome to the Apocalypse - end of the writing process

'Yah', the trilogy is ending on May 9 and I'll have all the answers.
Or 'Oh No', the trilogy is ending May 9 and I'll miss those guys.
It's both with joy and sadness that I finish up the "Welcome to the Apocalypse" series on May 9 2018 when the third and final book is released. It'll be sad to say goodbye to these characters, but they came, they saw, they conquered. Their story is over. For now at least. I'd like to write a second trilogy set 10 or 20 years after this one. I've enjoyed every minute with them. I've enjoyed seeing them have their strengths and values tested.

If you haven't started this series yet, here's some reviews that might help make up your mind:
"I have seen the idea of a game that turns into a struggle in the real world before...I think it’s a good idea, but it hasn't been done that well…up until now." Ray Simmons, Readers Favorite

"A subtle sense of humor, a speedy thriller with tons of unexpected moments, a frisson of anxiety over control by a computer, and really intense characterizations of individuals who can't help eliciting readers' empathy and understanding." The Haunted Reading Room


The Event has plunged the world into icy darkness. Many survivors have settled into evacuation centres, many more have not. yet there's a third kind of people wandering the icy lands: mutated humans called the Nexis.

Reis Anderson learns the secret behind the Nexis, and when he finds their colony he finds a purpose in life he never thought possible.

Kelly Lawrence, seriously injured and transported to CyberNexis for treatment, discover the truth behind her husband's death. This truth can help thousands of people if she's willing to embrace humanity instead of shunning it.

Jack Minnow, who helped his sister through her grief, is now alone in his as he wanders home to find his parents. he doesn't even know if they survive the Event, but they're all he has left. Or so he thinks.


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