Journal of Decline - A Post Apocalyptic Life

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This is a short story of how a mother and daughter survive the aftermath of nuclear war, in journal format. More
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About Shah Wharton

Shah Wharton is the author of The Supes Series. The first of which - Finding Esta - was originally published on Amazon December 2012. She loves how imagination offers a seemingly endless supply of entertainment. Books, movies, music, art - whatever it has touched, she'll be there, delighting in its flavours. Or she'll be sharing her own imagination for readers to devour.

Shah is a British expat living in Dubai with her husband and Bobby, their German Shepherd.

Connect with Shah at any one of the numerous social media hangouts she spends far too much time at. She loves to discuss her books with readers, so please get in touch.

TAGS: New Adult/Urban Fantasy/Paranormal/UK

For more information - http://shahwharton.com/the-supes-series

PS: Hello readers.

I would just like to use this space to thank all of you who read my writing and let me know how much you enjoyed it. I have been overwhelmed by your support, and continue to be.

Please do get in touch with me if you have any ideas about my characters, the routes they choose, their loves and their heartbreaks, their light and their gloom. I'm hungry for your input and want my books to not only entertain you, but to reflect you.

For those of you who take the time to review the books you read, know this. Every author owes you a debt of gratitude. Without your feedback, without readers who care enough to support the authors they enjoy, we would not survive. It's quite simple.
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Thanks again,


Shah. X

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Reviews

Review by: Michael Carter on July 12, 2013 :
After an unspecified apocalypse, a mother and her daughter remain alive. The story is the mothers journal, as she ponders on life, existence and the future, as well as a slow decline into madness and suicide.

This is a downbeat but enjoyable story; I've always enjoyed stories told in letters or journals. This is moving, thoughtful, and well-written [apart from the second sentence, which I didn't understand!], and, while not terribly original, gives a good personal spin on the post-apocalypse diary. Worth a read, from an interesting British author.
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