About Author Jacqueline Druga :
Jacqueline Druga is a native of Pittsburgh, Pa. She is a prolific writer and filmmaker. Her published works include genres of all types but favors post-apocalypse and apocalypse writing.
Sci-Fi Fantasy Novels by Jacqueline Druga Include :
The Raged: John Fichner is past his prime. He has one more chance to achieve his dream of playing in the major leagues, so he leaves his farm for open tryouts in Pittsburgh. But his dreams are trampled when the city is hit with a biological attack. The weapon causes a viral outbreak that spreads out of control and turns its victims into mindless, raging killers.
Pittsburgh is quickly shut down. Now, John must find his way through a sea of death and get out before it’s too late.
Into the Ash: One of the greatest threats to mankind’s existence has become a reality. The Yellowstone Caldera erupts with a force of a thousand nuclear warheads, expelling seven hundred cubic miles of ash and rock all at once into the sky.
And it’s not finished…
When Marty and her brother, Ben, relocate with their family from Los Angeles to a small town in Nebraska, the transition isn’t easy. Because they are in high school, their mother believes sending them away for a week to camp might help them make friends.
Marty reluctantly agrees and they go to the camp in Wyoming.
They are there only a couple of days when the eruption happens.
At the edge of the kill zone with no communication or evacuation help in sight, Marty and Ben have no choice but to leave if they want to survive.
On foot, they begin the long journey that will take them across the ash strewn countryside flooded with desperate survivors and dangerous conditions.
With temperatures plummeting and another eruption looming, can they make it to safety in time? If, of course, a safe place even exists.
The Following: When she was a child, a near-death experience left Harper Monroe with the ability to transcend to another realm and speak to those who had passed on. For the longest time, this was a gift she tried to bury, but now it is back with a vengeance.
Not only can Harper talk to those who died, she now has the ability to pull them back through for one final moment. Believing she can help people, Harper dives into her gift with full force.
But by doing so, does she open a door that should have remained closed years before?