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After the Fall: Catherine's Tale, Part 1 published

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#1 David Nees

David Nees

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  • Publishing Experience:"After the Fall: Jason's Story", is a full length novel in a post-apocalyptic time in Appalachian Mountains. It is now up on Amazon.

    The sequel to "Jason's Tale", After the Fall: "Catherine's Tale, Part 1" and "Part 2" are on Amazon for pre-release; to be released in May, 2017 and June, 2017

    Published in the following on-line journals:
    "Dead Guns Press"
    "A Thousand and One Stories"
    "Opening Line Literary 'Zine"

Posted 28 April 2017 - 09:33 AM

It’s out! Today After the Fall: Catherine’s Tale Part 1 is published as an ebook on Amazon. 


It's the sequel to After the Fall: Jason's Tale which was published a year ago. The first book reached #1 in both post-apocalyptic and dystopian genres. It was a long slog to get the sequel done, but it resulted in a two-part story.


The paperback will follow shortly; it’s all formatted, waiting for front and back covers and then I have to order a proof copy from CreateSpace. That process takes a bit more time than the ebook.


I hope you enjoy the story. The story is more complex than Jason's Tale, with more characters interacting with one another. It was a bit of a challenge to put it all together. Although there is a bit less action, there is more plot and intrigue and I introduce some interesting new characters. As the action moves forward, suspense and intensity increase as the characters move closer to open conflict. Part 2 of “Catherine’s Tale” (which wraps up the story-line) is available for pre-release and should be out within 30 days of Part 1.


I want to thank you so much for your ongoing support. I hope you like the story and will write a review on Amazon. The reviews do not have to be long, just a line or two. They are one of the most significant tools to help an independent author sell books, especially a new author. Reviews provide a level of “certification” that gives a new reader the comfort to take a chance on a new writer.

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