Destruction Productions publishes the work of Emmaline Westlund, the work of Delia Ann Scott, the work of Chastity, and the work of Jane Quill.
Emmaline Westlund is a 20-something writer who prefers to talk about herself in the third person just for the hell of it. She started writing at age 6, with an early version of an upcoming novel (Jessie) And Jessie, Too. It was three notebooks long, and ended with the main character killing the author in a gory, terrible battle.
Now she is a disgruntled retail worker who dreams of quitting her job and moving to Grand Marais, MN.
In the deserted wasteland that is Minnesota the day after a mysterious attack, Stella Pike continues her slow journey south in search of survivors. When she pulls off in Wyoming, she meets someone who will change her fate.
It's a snowy winter's eve in northern Minnesota. Stella Pike's getting ready to close the store when her longtime boyfriend, Johnny Ridgewater, shows up to give her a scare. But things soon turn creepy when a strange visitor wanders up to the store.
The first in a series of stories about a post-apocalyptic world starring Stella Pike. Suggested reading ages: 15 and up
My second "Memoir" for lack of a better word. These are written similar to the posts on my blog, but about different things.
Like a memoir, I actually do talk about things that have happened in my life, but unlike a memoir, I just kind of rant about stuff.
Holly Smothers is lonely, putting all of her energy into a garden because her husband is never around for her.
When a new, exotic flower begins to bloom in her garden, Holly's life is forever changed in a big way.
Long ago, a woman could be convicted of witchcraft simply for breathing, it seems. MARTYR is a slightly modern take on the old, familiar witch hunt story. Appropriate for most audiences old enough to know about death.
Smashwords book reviews by Destruction Productions
on July 18, 2011
I don't know if I should really review this, but I downloaded it and read about half, but had to stop. It was too repetitive, I mean, I understand, the author was attempting to put across the point that the main character was raised in a very strict household, but I'm pretty sure it was explained about four times. Maybe the story picked up after the first thousand or so words, but I will never know. I'm sorry to have to rate it so low, I hate to rate things low, but it was not a very good e-book in my opinion.
on May 05, 2012
It was interesting, but it was really easy to figure out what was going to happen within the first few paragraphs. Enjoyable though. The writer did a very good job weaving his story.