Zephyr Zywick has three books, each #1 New Releases, still Top 20 Best Sellers on after six months, and remain in "Amazon's Top 100 Best Sellers." She is neurodivergent (on the spectrum) and has specialized in short fiction for two decades.
We don’t know who holds the key, but every time it starts over, we get videos to review. “Get” is an interesting choice of words, because we don’t have a choice at all. It airs on every channel, on billboards everywhere. We see what society did after each global holocaust.
Hayden sits on the bench inside the bus depot. He zips his sketchbook into his backpack. His eyes dart around. A security guard’s coming. He shrinks his neck into his hoodie and reads a brochure. The guard passes. He looks at the boards. Fifty minutes until departure.
The early morning rain drizzled outside as the low rumble of thunderstorms moved through the area in the distance. Alex walked from the curtained bedroom to his bathroom and grabbed his T-shot. He popped it in his lower abdomen and tossed the injector into the trash. His last injector. He needed a refill pack.