Rick Waters has barely escaped a week inside a cell at the Nellis Air Force Base with his life intact. Back on the road he faces a daunting journey filled with dangers that have yet to be realized.
In Virginia, Dianne Waters and her children have prepared their home, gathered their supplies and are about to face an incoming storm the likes of which they have never seen. Even if they prevail, the cost may be far greater than any of them realized.
Surviving the Fall is a thrilling post-apocalyptic episodic series that focuses on Rick and Dianne Waters and how they each deal with the apocalypse. Stranded across the country away from his family, Rick must travel from California to Virginia to reunite with his wife and children, all while struggling to comprehend and deal with the horrors along the way. At home with her three children when she experiences the beginning of the end in a dramatic and deadly fashion, Dianne Waters has experience as a prepper and survivalist, but not even years of training and preparation have readied her for the darkness that comes with the end of the world. Now she must draw upon those skills to protect her loved ones and fight back against those who come against her and her family.
Surviving the Fall will feature 14 episodic (25 thousand to 30 thousand words in length) books that are full of action, suspense, and drama as Rick and Dianne struggle to survive the end of days. Episodes will be published every two to three weeks.
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Very good story.
I really enjoyed reading your books. I don’t really have any criticisms about at all except for the narrator. I didn’t care for his voice so I downloaded the Books another way and read them but I really enjoyed them please keep writing. Have you considered another narrator I.e. Kevin Pierce?
- sarah MacHattie
far far too short. annoying. Good chapter.
I feel like each book is a mere chapter. annoying the hell out of me. good read didnt disappoint as always until it ended just after it started. too frustrated to say much else.