The addict leads a desperate life, stealing and robbing to pay for his next fix.
When the addict arrives at a settlement to hawk some stolen books, its leader offer him something he did not expect: the chance to get clean.
The addict must resist the temptations of a world without hope and live under the strict rules of settlement. And even having help on his side may not be enough…
Addict of the Wasteland is a post-apocalyptic tale about finding hope and redemption against all odds.
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I’ve decided to take on the Ray Bradbury Challenge. The Challenge is designed to encourage authors to improve their reading habits and write more short fiction.
Stephen King wrote that if you do not read, you have no business writing. Nothing has taught me more about the craft of telling stories than reading the work of others. My hope is that by committing to the Challenge, I’ll be a better storyteller as a result.
The Ray Bradbury Challenge is as follows:
1) Write a short story a week for 52 weeks.
2) Read a short story, a poem and an essay every day for 1,000 days.
I’m severely visually impaired, so I do my ‘reading’ either in an audio or ebook format. I usually read one or two novels and two or three short stories each week, but seldom read poetry.
To fulfil the essay requirement, I will count listening to podcasts such as TED Talks, seminars by the Long Now Foundation, Skeptoid, BBC World Service’s Witness, BBC Radio 4’s In Our Time, BBC Radio 3’s The Essay and the like.
I will document my progress on this blog and encourage you to join me in this Challenge.