In the distant future, the last remnants of humanity huddle in fragmented societies deep below ground, struggling to stay alive while threatened with inconceivable dangers. Three strong women from three different cultures are on intersecting paths, heading towards a fateful meeting which may well be mankind's only hope for survival…
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About the Author
J. Kirsch writes about strong heroines who face tough obstacles and work with what they have, often using humor as a deadly weapon. It's no wonder that he lives with a beautiful, fearless spouse and a noticeably cute canine. He has always enjoyed story-telling, perhaps thanks to the two librarians who raised him on a steady diet of imagination.
When not helping others do research, he can usually be found at the local café or coffee shop typing up a storm. J.'s adventures into writing and publishing began after completing the NanoWriMo challenge for novel writing. J. enjoys writing in all genres of fiction, but fantasy, science fiction, and adventure stories will always be his passions (often with a healthy dose of romance). J. regularly posts on his blog, Starfarers and Knights.
In his free time, J. A. Johnson is usually reading, writing, or drawing.
He lives in South Carolina with his wife Min.
In addition to "The Wild, Wild Quest" trilogy. J. A. is the artist of the kid's comic book called "The Mighty, Mighty Maomi" that he co-created and co-writes with his wife Min.
Also available... "The Reginald Pantry: a Zombie Chronicle", co-written with K.G. McAbee. "The Reginald Pantry: a Zombie Chronicle" is something of a collaboration with the indie rock band, "This Gifted Children.Inspired by the soundtrack to an imaginary, the TRP is not only a book, but also includes an amazing, free musical score, and tons of bonus features. (Think DVD in eBook form!)
K.G. McAbee has had several books and nearly a hundred short stories published, and some of them are honestly quite readable. She writes steampunk, fantasy, science fiction, horror, pulp, westerns and, most recently, comics. She’s a member of Horror Writers Association and International Thriller Writers and is an Artist in Residence with the South Carolina Arts Commission. Her steampunk/zombie novella recently received an honorable mention in the 3rd quarter Writers of the Future contest.