Sharon Trembley is a New Jersey native, U.S. veteran, someone's mother, lover of math and numbers, a person who cares about animals, and bottle-feeds kittens who grow up believing she's their mama cat.
Years ago, she earned a bachelor's degree in computer science. Since then, Sharon wasinvolved with a project that was listed on the list of the world’s ten fastest supercomputers for years, and fulfilled her childhood wish to work at the Bell Labs complex in Murray Hill, NJ (research at that historic facility has led to seven Nobel prizes).
Despite all that, Sharon hopes The End of the World Sucks, written for 2011’s National Novel Writing Month, does not read like it was authored by an international business machine.
Please visit the Office of Letters and Light’s web sites (lettersandlight.org) to join authors around the world motivated to write their stories, and to support their fabulous Young Writers’ Program.
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The End of the World Sucks
by Sharon Trembley
Zombies, a Vampire, or her fellow Man – Which is most likely to kill Vanna Ames? Who can she trust?
After surviving a whole month past the End of the World by hiding and staying quiet, recent college graduate and fashion retail employee, Vanna, luckily finds others who have gathered together as a community for their mutual survival on a college campus.
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