Ayanna is available from Amazon in both ebook and paperback. The ebook will be available at numerous other retailers in multiple platforms.
In a world where many people kill for their daily needs, a young girl, who spent her formative years among a clan of cannibals, is now under the guidance of a militaristic community, where she learns the ways of war.
AYANNA may be read as a stand-alone story, or as a sequel to the novel, KINGS and CLANS of the Midwest.
KINGS and CLANS of the Midwest is now released on Kindle and paperback. For now it is available exclusively at Amazon and the Kindle e-book store.
The US dollar collapses, causing an apocalyptic breakdown of the economy. The result is people fighting over limited resources.
Factions are populated by colorful characters who engage in conflict for their survival. Unlike many novels in this genre, tension builds as everyone does not get along all of the time, and everything does not go right all the time.
The novel is fast-moving, action-packed and entertaining.
This is book one of a planned series.
Thank you for considering it.
The new novel by Den Warren, Kings and Clans of the Midwest is now complete. Here s a picture of the original cover design. This design was not compatible with the book publishing process and was scrapped. This was put here so you could take a look at it.
The 71,000 word completed yet to be published novel takes place in a near future setting about a financial collapse of the United States. The story details how the collapse happened and how the characters try to survive. The country is breaking up into many factions and in the early stages of developing sub-cultures. This novel would fit into the category of dystopian fiction, but also prepper fiction.
The reader will find that the characters are colorful and not all the same. Everyone doesn’t get along all the time and everything doesn’t always go right.
There is grit, tension, and some poignant moments, and the dialog has some humor.
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Most literary agents are from blue states, so it is unlikely that a literary agent would be of any help in getting a book like Kings and Clans of the Midwest published. So unless some tobacco chewing backwoods literary agent, (is that even possible?) steps forward and decides they want to team up, this work will be either be published by a small press, or independently published.