Archive for Fiction
Join Noreen this Thursday for another edition of the Homestead Honey Hour when she will have guest, Al Duncan, author of the novel “The Master Plan” which he describes like this:
“I wrote The Master Plan as a timely wake-up call to believers and an eye-opener to unbelievers searching for the truths behind the intellectual, moral, and economic descent of America, and the world. This exciting thriller revolves around the unprecedented events occurring daily within our nation and the world. It is a controversial story that exposes the truths behind the present state of our economy, the political arena, the failing educational system, the expunging of our constitutional liberties, the violent behavior of our youth, the vast emergence of deadly diseases, and much more. This story also depicts the ultimate results of the world’s descent, while offering the only solution.”
So tune in on Thursday for what will be a very interesting discussion about a very interesting book. A book that is fiction wrapped in the reality that we are currently living in today.
You can learn more about “The Master Plan” and it’s author, Alan Duncan at this website:
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Through The Eyes of Zombies!
This story is fiction and not recommended for those “Faint of Heart”
To go a day without food is not so hard. Before this I once went without food for four days but this time around it was eight days before I finally had something to eat. The man that fed me was a real ass hole to boot. People starving everywhere and he makes me shovel out the crap in his barn and chicken coop for two cheese sandwiches and an apple, screw him. When I left that old fart I went back by that chicken coop and rung the neck of eight or ten of them chickens and threw a couple of them in my gunny sack. Bite me, I thought as I headed on down the road, should have set the barn on fire as well. How can someone that has what he has be so damn cheap. Read More→
I shot a man the other day and haven’t been able to sleep since. I had often wondered if I had to, would I be able to, now I know. Pulling the trigger was not that hard, not with what I could see was going to happen. I am hoping that in telling my story it may ease my conscious a bit but in order for it to be understood I have to back up some.
My wife and I live in a fairly secluded area; in fact, you need four wheel drive just to get to the house no matter the weather or time of year. In winter we rarely venture out as it requires snow shoes or the dogs and sled. Our home is made of logs that I cut myself from the surrounding forest. It is comfortable and well away from the city. Read More→