It Was 2052-Jackson grew up in the post catastrophe small town of Unity. Over thirty years since an EMP struck the earth and caused worldwide chaos, America is far from healed and back to normal. The young man longs to venture out from home. The large Texas city of Dallas looms one hundred miles to the west. He has made his decision to give the city a try. Will he find work, new experiences and alliances? Can he survive the dangers of the new world "Big D"?
It Was 2052, High Haven-At 7,000 feet above sea level, Cissy has lived for the last twenty years with her adopted family. In the safety of their small community of survivors, she found shelter from the conditions of the post catastrophe America. Some unexpected changes are coming to her haven and her private longing to explore beyond her home will be tested. What is happening in the cities beyond her home? What makes the glow from distant the peaks? Are the lost treasure stories she read of in old books true? Is she ready for change-for danger-for adventure? The rough and towering mountains that surround her sanctuary hold the secrets.
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About the Author
J.Richardson was born in what she refers to as her beloved Texas. She has lived there all of her life and raised her family. Her children, grandchildren and one great-grandchild are scattered across the state. These days, she and her husband of 47 years, split their time between home and their summer cabin in Colorado.
Her first e-book was published in 2013. A life filled with rich experiences and small adventures has been the inspiration for her writing. Much of that experience derived from the partnership with her spouse in building four homes in four different locations, from scratch; from a log house in the woods of east Texas, to a lakehouse and a farmhouse, and finally, the cabin in Colorado. J. says that she is a fascinated observer of people and their endless diversity. She believes the internet is an amazing source of information and her favorite part of writing is the research.
A pen name claims ownership of her fiction writings because they are often close facsimiles of her friends and family. She admits, however, they are just as often, products of her imagination and characters she has known. The author's favorite reads are mystery and humor, lately her passion and interest is in the fictional and real life details of prepping for disaster. She quotes, "I have strong political and patriotic views, but try to avoid them in my novels because anger is not my forte'. I always look forward to hearing from my readers."