You wake in a hospital, bandages on your head, a cast on your wrist and an IV in your arm. You have little memory of the events that put you there or how long you've been out. You are in pain, but pressing the call button has gone unanswered. You hear a loud crash in the hall followed by an inhuman howl that sends chills through your body. You're not sure what's going on, but you need pain meds. Do you: A) continue pressing the button in hopes a nurse will appear? B) get out of bed and go looking for someone who can help? C) look for a place to hide. Welcome to book 2 of Pick-A-Path: Apocalypse. The adventure continues in this stand alone volume where you are the main character in the story. Remember those wonderful choose your own adventures of your youth? Now you can enjoy an adult version. More action, more options, more ways for the author to mess with you should you make a silly choice. (Cue sinister laugh) So strap in for a wild ride and, as always, choose wisely.
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I have been a teacher for thirty-six years. I began writing a number of years ago for fun. I’m not sure anyone starts writing for any other reason or no one would ever continue. It is something I had always wanted to do, but got started late in life.
I took advantage of the fact that I had a student teacher one year to begin my first story. I had a blast. The story wasn’t very good, but it didn’t matter, I was only writing for me anyway. In fact, I had so much fun I started a second immediately; then a third. But it wasn’t until I finished my fourth one that I finally let someone read one. It was with her encouragement that I began researching the possibility of getting published. This site is to document my journey as a writer and all the learning this teacher is doing along the way.
I hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to my website. There's much more to come.