Garden of Eden by Allen Taylor (ed.)

Applying only the rule that stories must feature at least one significant reference - however altered - to the Christian myth of the Garden of Eden, Taylor has assembled a collection of works that span genre and style. Gathering ten flash fictions, five short stories, one poem, and one essay, this anthology contains works by … Continue reading Garden of Eden by Allen Taylor (ed.)

Debbie Manber Kupfer’s Interview with Schevus Osborne

More Fauxpocalypse author insights.




Today at Paws4Thought I welcome Fauxpocalypse author Schevus Osbourne. Tell us a little bit about yourself Schevus.

I am a 28 year old software developer by day. I served in the Air Force for four years, which gave me an easy springboard into my career field, even though I wasn’t (and still am not) finished with my four year degree. Given my recent interest and moderate levels of success with fiction writing, I don’t know if that degree is ever going to get finished. I would love to be able to transition into writing as my career, even if some of it has to be more mundane work than fiction writing.

I like reading, traveling, board games, backpacking/hiking, and scuba diving to name a few things. I have been to all 50 US states and several countries so far, with a near infinite list of destinations I want to…

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The Not End of the World Is Here!

This afternoon I received confirmation from Amazon that the Kindle version of Fauxpocalypse is live. So I am now both a published author and an author-publisher. 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 … Continue reading The Not End of the World Is Here!