So sorry for the lack of updates. I been working on a few things.
Frist of all, I want to wish everyone a happy Three Kings’ Day, just in case there is everyone out there who celebrates the holiday. I just found that out recently.
Also, I’m working on a new novel that I’m calling, “Unlovable”. Here is the summary: After years of emitting large amount of carbon dioxide, which led to climate change, which led to a series of natural disasters, such as floods and hurricanes, which led to the collapse of infrastructure, which led to the overconsumption of natural resources, which led to a shortage, which led to civil unrest, which led to many cities and towns declaring martial law, which led to a spread of influenza, the United Nations declared that all countries must lower their carbon dioxide emissions by fifty percent every year. While many countries converted to a somewhat medieval lifestyle, the United States, however, took a different route.
The United State government determined that the only way to reduce carbon dioxide emissions was to purge certain people from the population. Thus, they created the Pageant Games, a brutal, cutthroat, winner-takes-all competition that every young citizen from every district in the United States must partake in during the ninth grade. Those who win the games graduate from the ninth grade and continue their lives. Those who lose are deemed unfit to live in society, or “toxic”. These “toxic” people are taken to Blessed Wings Academy, which is a large building complex in the forest. The propose of the old campus is to imprison those who loss the Pageant Games, while cameras record their actions.
There are limited supplies inside the building, there are deadly traps set throughout the campus, and there is virtual no escape. The only way to leave Blessed Wings Academy, is for every student’s heart to stop beating. Zephyr Locke, a fifteen-year-old high school student, along with his close friends, will find themselves inside Blessed Wings Academy after losing the Pageant Games. While the rest of society is expecting them to die, Zephyr is not prepared to let that happen. Zephyr soon becomes the leader of the group, and as such, he is tasked with keeping everyone alive. So long as everyone is alive, there would be no reason to keep them in the school, and, sooner or later, everyone will realize that they have to let them out and rejoin society…right?
I was also thinking about writing another novel, but I can’t come up with an idea. Anyways, I just wanted to say hello, and let you know that I am ok.
Have a nice night.