Wrath: An Archaeological Case-Study

Imagine this: Combine a roller coaster of teenage emotions—those volatile, hard to control passions—with frustration and anger. Can you visualize it? Or perhaps you remember your own younger days, as you pushed through those sensations and into adulthood. Scary? It can be when the theme is Wrath.

I’m excited to announce that my first creative publication has officially been released to the public on Amazon.com.

The fifth volume of the Seven Deadly Sins Young Adult anthology series is now available in both print and Kindle formats. The book is also available in the UK market. The publisher is donating all income to the nonprofit organization First Book. First Book is a nonprofit social enterprise that provides new books, learning materials, and other essentials to children in need. They’ve distributed more than 160 million books and educational resources to programs and schools serving children from low-income families.

You’ll find many wonderful stories in this collection; I wish I could highlight all of them. At the very least, see the blurb below for a sneak peak of my short story, Wrath: An Archaeological Case-Study:

The year is 3082; the human species is well nigh finished on what is now known as the planet-state of Europa. An Archeologist has returned from another intrepid journey amongst the remnants of what was once called North Eastern America. The cocky chap relieves himself of the late-world’s many stressors the same way his ancestors did: A journal entry in the twilight of his otherwise dark and foreboding study.

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