Blackout Book 6
Build. Destroy. Rebuild.
The dawn of human existence has proven we are warlike creatures.
Civilizations are built, then they're destroyed. Can this one be rebuilt?
Hell is empty and the Devils are all here.
“The series is done but the story and characters will not be forgotten.”
Blackout Book 5
When you poke the hornet’s nest, ‘ya better make dang sure you kill ‘em all. If you don’t, you’re gonna suffer their wrath.
“The last page is a real shocker!”
Blackout Book 4
The strongest emotion of man is fear and fear of the unknown is the greatest fear of all.
Could you face fear head on?
"I survived because the fire inside me burned brighter than the fire around me." – Madison Ryman
Blackout Book 3
Life is always at a turning point and you’ll never know where the bend in the road may take you.
“I felt like I was with them each step.”
Blackout Book 2
What would you do when the clock strikes twelve and you learn midnight is forever?
“A real story about a real family facing a very real catastrophe!”
Blackout Book 1
What would you do if a voice was screaming in your head - GET READY for a catastrophic event of epic proportions with no idea where to start or how, or when?
This is a true story, it just hasn’t happened yet.
“Should be a movie or at least a mini series.”
Alex Ryman is a fifteen year old, no-nonsense, uninterested in boys, golf club swinging, girl from Nashville, TN.
When she’s challenged to be a Solar Sleuth by her high school Astronomy teacher, she has no idea that challenge would save her life.
Aware of the incoming solar storm, Alex convinces her mother, Madison and father, Colton, they need to start preparing for the loss of power and only have 36 hours.
Alex shows calm, common sense and courage as she faces the end of the world as they know it.
Note: This book does not contain strong language. It is intended to entertain and inform audiences of all ages, including teen and young adults. Although some scenes depict the realistic threat our nation faces from a devastating solar flare, and the societal collapse which will result in the aftermath, it does not contain graphic scenes typical of other books in the post-apocalyptic genre.