How I Saved Humankind

Rated 4.50/5 based on 6 reviews
Armageddon. There are as many stories about how it will happen as there are cultures on Earth. What if it started to happen, and then, just as startlingly, stopped? And how would you respond if someone told you he was responsible for stopping it? Here’s a thought: have a seat; grab a cup of coffee or tea; and settle back to listen to his story. Then decide.
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About Debra Kraft

A writer by nature, Debra Kraft has never experienced a time in which she has not written, although she has taken a meandering path to publication. Her background includes a fine arts degree and work as a junior- and senior-high school teacher before landing in an automotive industry position in the field of quality management. She has had the good fortune to travel fairly extensively, finding inspiration in Japan, England and Mexico, as well as a variety of places within the United States and Canada.

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Review by: Clover Digital Media on May 14, 2014 :
A brilliant piece of writing. Well constructed and the author has a wonderful imagination. I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish.
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Review by: James Jenkins on May 8, 2014 :
3.5 Stars

Well written, but not super engaging or thought provoking.
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Review by: JDeWayne Pierce on Feb. 5, 2013 :
I liked this short story by Debra Kraft. It is original and quite a different take on what did or did not happen on the once afeard December 21, 2012. Give it a read. It's free, worth the 5 mins. it takes to read it and you might want to thank Debra, after all.
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Review by: Judy Seils on Dec. 30, 2012 :
Engaging story.
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Review by: Gerty So on Dec. 23, 2012 :
I enjoyed this read.....
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Review by: David H. Keith on Dec. 21, 2012 :
A must read, this. Ms. Kraft has written an all-too-short piece that will make even the discriminating reader sit up and take notice. I was captivated by the first paragraph and couldn't have stopped reading if I'd tried.

She made the central character so very real, even admitting to confusion and simply not knowing something. When I first encountered her "birds," I feared the story was going to be some "inspirational" sermon; I was thrilled to learn I was wrong. Instead, they are, what? Demons? Angels? Extraterrestrials? She leaves that for the reader to decide. Good on her!

And, marvel of marvels, she does so without mangling the language AND pays close attention to the details of spelling, grammar, and punctuation. My hat's off to her. An all-around well-crafted story.

David H. Keith
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