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About Jacqueline Druga
Jacqueline Druga is a native of Pittsburgh, Pa. She is a prolific writer and filmmaker. Her published works include genres of all types but favors post-apocalypse and apocalypse writing. Currently, many of her films can be found on Amazon Prime and youtube.
A single mother of four, Jacqueline is also a musician. She resides in a small town outside of Pittsburgh with her family. Of all her accomplishments, Jacqueline is most proud of being a grandmother. Her grandchildren reside with her and are the light of her life.
Jacqueline welcomes emails. You can reach her at email@example.com
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The pages of her journal are a journey. They detail the frightening and heartbreaking global catastrophe as it unfolds before her eyes.
Shortly after the methane event that took from them their father and most of the world’s population, brothers, Gabe and Owen Foster embark on a quest to look for survivors and a permanent place to start a new life.
The storms have ended and air is safe, to them and the others it is time to look toward the future.
However, the future is not stable and the extinction level event has only just begun. With a new threat on the horizon, one that can wipe the rest of humanity from existence, the brothers search for a safe haven grows more complicated and the choices are few. It is a race against the clock to not only find, but get to a place where they can live through the catastrophe coming their way.
They shine as a sanctuary because they ... are 'flu-free' In the wake of the reality that they are spared, the spirit and strength of Lodi is tested. It becomes a fight against what is morally right or wrong in an increasingly difficult battle to stay healthy and alive until the flu has run its course.
It isn’t a virus or biological attack, but rather the beginning of a geological event that triggers a chain reaction across the globe with devastating effects.
A repeat of an extinction event that occurred millions of years earlier.
There is no stopping it. The only way to survive is to stay ahead of it.
Tom Foster hasn’t flown in decades, yet, he sets his fear aside for a vacation with his grown sons. When the global catastrophe begins, Tom and his sons are in the safest place they could possibly be … thirty thousand feet above the ground.
No matter the sacrifice, keeping his family alive is his number one priority and the only way to do that … is not to land until it is safe.
With billions dying on the ground, it’s a race to achieve the impossible because there is no other alternative if they want to live.
The losses are great and no one is immune to the residual heartache that lingers in the air of the barren cities.
Life goes on.
Mick Owens, struggling to come to terms with his own grief, takes his surviving young sons away from their hometown and the memories it holds. But their short trip to clear their minds turns ugly when the world outside of Lodi Ohio isn’t what they expected and they become separated.
In a world without communication and power, a land without law and order, Mick desperately follows the trail in search of his missing sons. But in his attempts to find them, he discovers that even in a barren world, the danger of extinction still exists as another threat, one even bigger than the flu, is on the horizon.
Like most people, Jana Lucas pays little attention to the details about the weather. All that changes when she is invited to join an online survival group. There she learns of the impending natural disasters that the world faces. Even though the reasoning behind the forthcoming apocalypse is outlandish, Jana falls into the intrigue. She packs up her family, supplies, and in an old RV sets a destination for the mysterious safe zone, Olympus.
All on the word of an anonymous scientist online.
Those who know her, view her choices as unreasonable and over the top. Even her easy-going husband thinks she has gone too far.
Then it begins.
The wicked and devastating first storm strikes and it is just the beginning.
The storms will continue, increasing in intensity, becoming a constant force all leading to one massive extinction-level event.
With knowledge of what’s to come and limited resources, Jana must lead her family and a group of survivors to the only place deemed safe before the final fury hits. A trek across the country that will be nothing short of a minefield of massive disasters.
Will Jana and the group make it in time? If … they can make it at all.
Winds of Ares is a standalone novel.
Humanity is not extinct.
It's the calm before the storm and the complacent survivors are ill prepared as the sleeping world is about to get a wake up call.
Nowhere is safe.
Nowhere will ever be.
Overnight, blue skies become gray, and the hot, humid weather turns to rain, then snow, then ice as the temperature plummets.
The entire northern half of the country is thrown into chaos as blow by blow, storm after storm, nature rips into the world, tearing it apart. Towns and cities are evacuated, and Mac and her family are forced to leave their world behind and face a treacherous journey south to safety.
Will they make it, or will they be left behind in this new, frozen world?
There are still too many unanswered questions about what happened on Earth, and the more the team search for signs, the more they realize how little they really know.
When a group of American soldiers return home from deployment infected with a highly contagious pathogen, a massive outbreak is inevitable. The ground zero incubation period is lengthy and before it is even known that they are infected the soldiers have already carried it to various cities across the United States.
The infection spreads like wildfire. While there are those who struggle to defeat it, each passing day seems like a lost cause.
Where there is life there is hope.
This edition contains both books one and two of the duology.
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The fate of the world is in their hands…will they be enough to save it?