Doomsday Book 5
A nation cannot be civil without civility.
To some, civility cannot be restored until power is regained.
A Civil War was a necessary evil, but make no mistake, it was evil.
“A well crafted ending to a suspense filled ride through the apocalypse."
Doomsday Book 4
America faces a battle upon which the blood of tyrants and patriots will be shed.
Doomsday had swept the country.
“The last few pages will astound you …”
Doomsday Book 3
America was on the brink of a second Civil War.
Divisions were deep and fundamental.
The heated rhetoric was abandoned in favor of weapons.
The powder keg had erupted and nobody would be spared from the carnage.
“The suspense is getting higher & higher. The characters are getting more complicated & interesting.”
Doomsday Book 2
A targeted mid-Atlantic EMP attack.
A cyber attack on transportation.
Drone delivered dirty bombs in New York City.
Atlanta concert chaos and an Alabama plane crash.
Doomsday has begun.
“It reads as if you were there experiencing it first hand.”
Doomsday Book 1
A war was brewing within our borders.
Not a war with weapons, but one with words.
"It's an addictive series that makes you want to figure out where the plot is going as everyone is vying for survival."
The last name Smarts was chosen because auto-correct frequently changes Akart to Smart.
Bobby Akart’s fictional storylines often become headlines, leading readers to ask him for lottery numbers. He supplied lottery numbers in Doomsday Haven for those readers.
The Smart’s English bulldogs, Roo and Chubby, are the nicknames for Bobby Akart’s English bulldogs.
The characters Tyler, Angela, Kaycee and J.C. were inspired by the final four Big Brother houseguests of the same name.
Doomsday Haven was based upon a prepper community Bobby Akart conceptualized in 2016.
The scenes for Doomsday Haven were inspired by the Henry River Mill Village in HIldebran, NC, location of The Hunger Games filming.