With this is almost a great title for what took place in my house in January and what is still going on in my house while we are trying to repair the damage in our family room from the ceiling falling in.
But this is actually the title for a new series I am working on right now.
Enduring the Crisis:
The Harris family has been preparing for a disaster for years. But timing is everything. When an E.M.P. nuclear event takes out the grid and brings the nation to a complete stop, Tammy and Ben may not be as prepared as they thought.
Tammy is a food storage and emergency preparedness specialist. She’s running errands and trying to keep up with her five daughters while her husband is working thousands of miles away when the worst happens. She’s lucky that she’s one of the few in Boise with a working vehicle and is the most prepared. However, having everything she needs can’t bring all her children home or keep the crazies away. What’s worse is she has no way to contact her husband Ben to find out if he’s okay.
Ben is supervising a road building project at a remote fishing village in Alaska when he witnesses the state’s defense system taking out what could have been a nuclear E.M.P. event. The state of Alaska is safe but all flights are grounded and there’s no easy way back to Anchorage, much less the lower forty-eight. He might be thousands of miles away but he’s determined to return home to his family no matter what it takes.
As North America is in chaos, Tammy and Ben know the hardships they had only imagined are in store for them and more as they struggle to protect and return to the ones they love.
I’ll contemplating sharing the first two chapters here soon.