Hi guys. I haven’t been active on the website at all because I have been incredibly busy. Completing the debut novel in my dystopian series, THE PRAERS INITIATION, working and starting a new project. But I am so happy that I finally finished my the novel. I hope people enjoy it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Except when I was up at 3AM wracking my brain about this and that. Oh well. Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you to a number of friends that I have on WordPress who helped me by reviewing my work and shepherding me in how best to go about self-publishing on a very non-baller budget. I just want to say thank you. Because I’m dumb and don’t know how to set up codes and what not I just made the book free this weekend on Amazon. This is to say thanks to the literary community of Word Press. You all are awesome. And I am thankful.
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Dystopian futures develop from histories of cataclysm, societies in disrepair, and attempts to solve the problems of tomorrow. Well, that history is now. That irreparable society belongs to the present. And tomorrow’s number one problem is today’s math.
One Earth ÷ 7,5XX,XXX,XXX + Overconsumption + Pollution + Human Nature + The Clock = THE PRAERS SOLUTION.
In the year 2005, a study commissioned by various international governments, NGO’s and private interest released its findings. This study, The Reiner-Masterson Report, forecasts a definitive and grim future for our planet. Where scientists had previously suggested that the Earth could sustain up to 9 billion people and continue indefinitely with certain scientific advancements, The Reiner-Masterson Report concretely disproves this notion. Being the most comprehensive and conclusive study ever done on the subject of the Earth’s sustainability, this report explains that the earth is soon to reach a tipping point which will create a sharp decline in the planet’s condition. Based on the results of the Reiner-Masterson Report, PRAERS is created. And the PRAERS solution is simple math.
Young researcher, Jeremy Evans, and his colleagues find themselves on the leading edge of PRAERS’ dystopian tomorrow. From the charming streets of Charleston, SC to the realization of their places in humanity’s salvation, Jeremy and his colleagues navigate physical and psychological turmoil in the early history of a dystopian chronicle.