After Tomorrow Anthology

After Tomorrow Anthology Dive into worlds that have survived the worst mankind has ever seen and join us on our journey into the unknown Nothing is what it seems and survival is the ultimate goal in these tales about the worl

  • Title: After Tomorrow Anthology
  • Author: Samantha Ketteman Catherine Stovall Andrea Staum Kelly Matsuura Jess Watkins Nicole L. Daffurn Sherwin Matthews Helen Daly
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dive into worlds that have survived the worst mankind has ever seen and join us on our journey into the unknown Nothing is what it seems and survival is the ultimate goal in these tales about the world After Tomorrow Zombies, time travelers, cyborgs, aliens, and cannibals are all finally in one amazing post apocalyptic anthology 16 stories, four poems, and 5 pieces of oDive into worlds that have survived the worst mankind has ever seen and join us on our journey into the unknown Nothing is what it seems and survival is the ultimate goal in these tales about the world After Tomorrow Zombies, time travelers, cyborgs, aliens, and cannibals are all finally in one amazing post apocalyptic anthology 16 stories, four poems, and 5 pieces of original artwork all combine to form this one of a kind anthology Read stories from some of your favorite authors and find new authors to love

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    1. This is an interesting collection of post-apocalyptic stories, poems, and artwork. While I love the amazing cover art, I found I did not love all of the stories, and there were a couple that I did not finish. However, quite a few were very well written and intriguing takes on post-apocalyptic worlds. Here are a few of my favorites from the anthology."Warp and Weave" by C.L. McCollum is a fantastic science fiction story that centers on one woman as she tries to survive the Time Dilation. What a u [...]

    2. **I have a story in this anthology, and will provide only honest comments of the other works included**Crushing Hearts & Black Butterfly Publishing has a great stable of authors, and I love that they open submissions to outside authors for these themed anthologies as well. There is a really good mix of apocalyptic worlds in this collection, with lots of original concepts too - no two stories are alike. A few stories feel more like opening chapters rather than complete short stories, but I st [...]

    3. I never rate my own books but after reading this I can honestly say that this anthology is filled with intriguing stories that are thought provoking and leave you wanting more. I really enjoyed the poems and the artwork.This is my first anthology and I'm so proud to be part of it.

    4. A great collection of stories. Each of them provoked a unique response on the topic of life after the apocalypse. All of them were interesting, engaging or thrilling to read. A plethora of post-apocalyptic pondering! Recommended!

    5. Landers, by Samantha Ketteman,  is among my favorite stories in this amazing anthology. I was immediately captivated by the talented hand that vitalized the story. My first opinion of approval had been formed within the first two pages. The author's descriptive ability is of prestine quality. From the surroundings to the movements of the characters, she supplied visuals pictured with much ease. I am in awe of the clarity applied to Ketteman's writing style!The characters and dialogue being inna [...]

    6. This review is for the Kindle version, which I seem to not be able to find anymore on .First off, I love anthologies love 'em!!! I wasn't disappointed with this one. I felt that a couple of the stories were a bit weak and left me saying "Huh?" (hence the 4 stars), but overall the collection is pretty darned good.

    7. 'I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review'This was an interesting mix of short stories, poems and artwork. Each was interesting, different and creative. I enjoyed reading this and I would read more from each of these authors. I definitely suggest reading!'Read and Reviewed by LSK Sweetheart Reviews'

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