Strike Three: Who would have thought that anyone was so ignorant that they’d want to start WWIII? How could we prepare? Would we survive? And if we do, will there be anything left to rebuild with when so much of the planet has been destroyed? After WWIII, will there be a US? Were our leaders among the few who escaped? What about our service men and women? Is anyone left to rebuild? How will we start over? Can we? And what about the rest of the world? How close is WWIII now? In Strike Three, North Korea is mostly to blame…
Are you prepared for WWIII or another apocalyptic event? Check out the survival tips in Strike Three. And I had fun playing with setting up a new US government in Strike Three, though the old regime wasn’t happy with the changes–and some readers thought I was too harsh in my judgments. You haven’t fantasized about having a simpler setup?
Strike Three is available in paperback or as an ebook:
I have three of my books scheduled for Goodreads giveaways: Detour Trail, Strike Three, and Sugar Time:
Here’s some background on how my Strike Three editor helped me: http://www.dgdriver.com/write-and-rewrite-blog/category/all
The Preditors & Editors poll is now open; and I have two entries this year:
Strike Three, my post-apocalyptic novel, is in the Science Fiction and Fantasy novel category: http://critters.org/predpoll/novelsf.shtml
I enjoyed Linda Maye Adams’ latest Desert Storm post and the MREs list and background. Check it out here: https://garridon.wordpress.com/2014/11/24/desert-storm-the-food-at-dhahran/#comments
Note: I used MREs as a survival food, among others, in my post-apocalyptic novel, Strike Three.