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Coming Soon… Resistance!
English Physics student, Samuel Harrington, was picked on his whole life for being “Fat Sam”. But when his DiaZem gene awakens, no one dares insult him. Tricked by the World Council into initiation a mass genocide, Sam vows to end the rising world government for good.
With an unborn baby as the key to returning the DiaZem and Conductor genes to their dormant state, Sam must travel to America under the guise of a secondary uprising, the Reactance, and kidnap the child from rebel leader, Valerie Russell.
Is Sam a good guy or a bad guy? Is the collateral damage worth the mission? Find out in Book Four of the DiaZem Series: Resistance.
Sparks will fly in a mother’s electrifying journey to pick up the pieces of worldwide devastation.
Dormant gene awakens… And so does a rising world government.
A young mother, the key.
Does she save her family? Or humanity?
My name is Sasha Bowman, and I am a member of the Reactance.
An awakening of a dormant gene has ripped my home and community apart, giving society yet another reason to hate and even kill each other. Some people are scared of us, and for good reason.
I did not ask for this gene, nor did I give anyone permission to control it, but the government has put a DiaZem in charge to do just that. This murderess, Queen DiaZem, wiped out those in the city without the gene, including my father.
Valerie never wanted to be a world leader. She wanted to be a mom, a wife, a nurse. She would hand over the facility and entire Central United States Rebellion to August in a second if she trusted he would leave her alone, but she did not. She hardly trusted anyone. Valerie was a symbol of hope worldwide, yet all she wanted to do was save her son and what family she had left. Four months did little to heal the wounds of her situation. For four months, a baby girl continued to grow in her womb threatening her life and sanity. Four months since the Denver Massacre and the loss her husband.
The Brightest Firefly: A Collection of Short Works
In my jar of stories, you will find words in black and white. In this aspect and this alone are they the same. Otherwise, you will find varying genres, literary forms and lengths. While some of my writings are darker than others, I hope you would take the time to see how bright they all shine.