a collection of short fiction about the end of the world that wasn’t.

Fauxpocalypse - Front Cover

Life on Earth is predicted to end on 15 July 2015. But the oncoming megatons of rock and ice break up shortly before impact. Now humanity must live in a world most believed would not exist. Across the planet, people are haunted by the future they did not fear, and even those who did not embrace death must face the consequences of others’ decisions.

A collection of twelve stories about rebuilding hope.

Containing stories by
Matt Blashill
Alexandrina Brant
Misha Burnett
Kate I. Foley
Dave Higgins
Debbie Manber Kupfer
Adrian George Nicolae
Schevus Osborne
Kim Plummer
Jane Thomson
Dacia Wilkinson



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Author Interviews



Reader's Favorite 5 Stars…a masterpiece depicting human behavior in a dozen different ways….

…Fauxpocalypse is one apocalyptic short story collection you really must read; it is head and shoulders about the rest.

Lee Ashford for Readers’ Favorite

…as with any multi-author collection, some are better than others…. [But] when Fauxpocalypse is good, it’s very good…. Each of these stories uses the non-apocalypse as a backdrop, but the main event is what’s happening to the characters, the world becoming a metaphor for what they’re personally going through.

Neil Murton, author of Magpie Tales

I did enjoy [your stories]. I felt they were two imaginative and different scenarios and the longer one could quite easily have been expanded into a novel.

– Gail (email to Dave Higgins)

…the premise is intriguing and I enjoyed reading of how different people reacted to the situation. These stories will make you think.

Tara Therese

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