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Monday, April 28, 2014

What Tomorrow May Bring

Our potential for good is matched by that of destruction. At any moment, change can fall on the world, people fight and die, and our comfortable lives can be lost to corrupt leaders. These are circumstances we can’t imagine, but places like this exist in the world today. 

What if tomorrow brings that grave reality to us, and we wake to find our lives in flux, poverty and confusion? Perhaps humanity’s insatiable appetites drive us to the brink of survival where sanity is redefined and life, as we know it, changes forever. 

Tomorrow, our lives could be very dark. 

Dystopian tales take us to these lightless places where suffering is a daily chore. But they also show us that in the deepest part of the night, pitched against a backdrop of despair, a beam of hope will shine brighter than ever before. And in our darkest moments, it can show us the way back. 

On May 1
Follow 11 authors into 11 dystopian tomorrows, where the dark portions of our humanity have taken hold of today, where the fabric of society is torn and greed consumes us all. Follow us down a dark path.

And find out what tomorrow may bring.

Open Minds, Susan Kaye Quinn
The Moon Dwellers, David Estes
Prison Nation, Jenni Merritt
Daynight, Megan Thomason
Stitch, Samantha Durante
The Girls from Alcyone, Cary Caffrey
The Narrowing Path, David J. Normoyle
The Rain, Joseph A.
Virulent: The Release, Shelbi Wescott
External Forces, Deborah Rix

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What Tomorrow May Bring

1 comment:

  1. Tony, I think you're a very gifted writer. I really enjoyed The Annihilation of Foreverland and Foreverland is Dead. I listened to them both on Audible. I think my favorite was the second book, Foreverland is Dead. I really enjoyed this one and the storyline.

    I saw the box set the night it came available, it was more like morning. I noticed that David Estes and you were in the set. Even though I've read both stories by David and you, I had to get the box set.

    I didn't have the money but I did have free promotion money from Amazon. I can't wait to check out these other authors that I haven't heard of before. I'm happy that I can use text to speech on my Kindle Fire. Of course it's nothing at all like Audible but it works. I just hate setting around holdimy a book or my Kindle. I wish this set would become available on Audible. I've tried and tried to get David Estes to get his work on Audible but now he has a publisher. I know his publicist would have to get his books on Audible. Congratulations on the box set and I'm sure it will be very promising.