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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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Sporadic vanishings occur over the next several months, all leading to the day when half the population disappears.
Chaos ensues as humanity struggles to come to grips with the sudden vanishing of half the life on earth.
Those who remain search desperately for answers. Some believe it is a bigger picture, the start of the apocalypse and the rapture has occurred, while others like Greg believe there is a scientific reason for it. He vows to find it and stop it.
Whatever the reason, it’s not over. And oblivion to the human race, along with everything on earth is a heartbeat away.
In typical fashion, sixteen-year-old Allie isn’t crazy about her life, and with good reason. Over the course of a year, her life has become unrecognizable. Not only have her parents lost their jobs, and the family lost their house, she now relies on stolen Wi-Fi. But worst of all, her seventeen-year-old brother is dying of brain cancer.
To her, nothing can be worse. On the morning of the event, Allie and her mother are forty miles from home getting medication her brother desperately needs.
The solar event turns everything upside down and cascades Allie and her mother into a nightmare journey.
Allie is determined. The new burning landscape is not the end of the world; to her the end of the world would be not making it home before her brother dies.
It seems whatever happened occurred in an instant.
Everyone is dead. Everyone but her. Now Vivian not only searches out others, but for answers as to what happened and why.
A debilitating virus emerges in India and quickly burns its way through the densely populated areas of Asia. The victims suffer for days even weeks on end until finally succumbing. Streets are empty and major cities are mere graveyards
Because of the slow killing nature of the virus, attempts to contain it to one continent seemingly work at first, but human smuggling into infection-free areas cause the virus to break borders globally.
Darren Reynolds is a foot doctor and survival enthusiast. For years he has made it a hobby to collect all things survival, knowledge and goods. Despite the fact that the United States is fortress America, he knows the virus won’t stay out forever. However, Darren and the others learn, the threat of man’s extinction will not come from the virus. It will come from what rises in the aftermath.
The trilogy is the story of their struggles and battles to save mankind.
Disgraced NASA scientist and now Cleveland Weatherman, Hero Galanis knows he is more than a local celebrity on television. He recognizes the anomaly on the satellite image as a repeat of the event that cost him his career. Decades earlier, Hero made predictions about the devastation the anomaly would cause, but those predictions pale in comparison to the reality the world currently faces.
The mysterious events are no longer popping up years apart, but now hours apart with no signs of slowing down. Nature is cleaning house and the reset button has been pressed. The extinction clock is ticking and mankind races to beat it.
The Black is a standalone novel.
Not only can Harper talk to those who died, she now has the ability to pull them back through for one final moment. Believing she can help people, Harper dives into her gift with full force.
But by doing so, does she open a door that should have remained closed years before?
Normal life resumes. BBQs continue, and kids play in backyards. No one notices the screams coming from one backyard.
Everyone believes it to be a fluke. But it doesn’t just happen in Carthage, it happens all over.
While delayed, the after effects of the event are brutal to all those who were exposed to the flash, and horrifying to behold.
Those not exposed, like Alana Cross, are helpless to do anything. All they can do is witness humanity self-destructing right in front of their eyes.
And it’s not finished…
When Marty and her brother, Ben, relocate with their family from Los Angeles to a small town in Nebraska, the transition isn’t easy. Because they are in high school, their mother believes sending them away for a week to camp might help them make friends.
Marty reluctantly agrees and they go to the camp in Wyoming.
They are there only a couple of days when the eruption happens.
At the edge of the kill zone with no communication or evacuation help in sight, Marty and Ben have no choice but to leave if they want to survive.
On foot, they begin the long journey that will take them across the ash strewn countryside flooded with desperate survivors and dangerous conditions.
With temperatures plummeting and another eruption looming, can they make it to safety in time? If, of course, a safe place even exists.
Into the Ash is a standalone novel.
Nila now faces yet more difficult choices. Protect her daughter and friends at all costs, or once again trust those who claim they can save the world.
With a possible cure on the horizon, what lengths will people go to in order to save the remainder of the human population?
Following radio calls, they discover they are not alone and decide to join a growing camp of survivors. But another discovery threatens their new-found safety and the rules begin to change. As they desperately try to find a safe haven and figure out their place in this new world, Faye must weigh the decision of what she wants to do against what she should do.
The continuation of man’s existence seems to rest with Faye.
We are, at this time, 50,000 years overdue.
Darius Cobb wasn’t thinking of man’s extinction. He honestly never gave it a thought. A college professor and part time country singer, Darius worried only about teaching and playing his guitar until the day he is attacked by cockroaches and is placed into a special government quarantine.
There, he and the others start piecing together the inevitable. Using his knowledge, he begins predicting the events that unfold. Together he and his group plan and then implement a long term survival plan.
If the world is going to end, they will survive.
TORN is a fast paced, scientific, character driven and sometimes comical novel.
In a ‘docu-drama’ fictional style, it follows the tragic events that unleash upon the earth and the attempts by Darius and the others to defy the odds as they strive to survive man’s extinction.
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.