Today I’m featuring author Larry Dean Jackson whose latest in a long line of books is doing very well in Amazon’s dystopian list. Welcome the author and check out his book…
After living off the land and taking up the prepper lifestyle in an attempt to isolate himself from any more pain, Justin finds himself joining some survivors on the other side of the state near the small town of Nash City, Oregon after the United States was bombed by an unknown enemy.
Justin and his small group of survivors manage to hold out, but when their supplies run low, they start looking for way to travel to Justin’s home near Backstrap. The territory south of Backstrap has become the territory of the vicious Elkhiyda gang, who ruthlessly protect the area.
As Justin picks up more straggling survivors, they make plans to move to Backstrap with fresh supplies, but he knows they’re going to have to fight their way past the Elkhiyda to get to freedom. Can helping his new found family bring peace to Justin’s soul?
In this dark paranormal dystopian fantasy, the action is unending, the betrayal deep, and the fears are truly terrifying.
Bonus: DEATH RATTLE – An American Short Story / Cruz and Natalie had prepared for the apocalypse. When it came many suffered. They were safe until the unexpected happened. Something they had not prepared for. INCLUDED FREE.
CURRENTLY: #7,700 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Larry Dean Jackson has written over 100 books. While he got his start writing basketball coaching instructional books, he’s written psychological thrillers, books on survivalism and prepping, and even cookbooks. He’s a versatile author with a definitive style. His latest book, APOKALYS: Horror and Hope, is his first dystopian book, and includes elements of paranormal and prepping. He’s already working on book two of the APOKALYS series.
Larry has been a basketball coach and high school social studies teacher for 35 years. He’s built great basketball teams, with 606 career wins, and served as the Girls’ Athletic Coordinator for his school. He’s married, with nine children and three grandchildren. When he’s not teaching, coaching, or writing, he’s spending time with his family.