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Ready to write the end of the world? Post-Apocalypse Writers’ Phrase Book by Jackson Dean Chase


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The Post-Apocalypse Writers’ Phrase Book is packed with 202 pages and over 4,000 radioactive ways to describe the apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic world! It’s got everything you need to create compelling scenes for dystopian, prepper, and zombie fiction too.

  • Alien Invasions
  • Bunkers and Bomb Shelters
  • Cyborgs and Robots
  • Death and Gore
  • End of the World Scenarios
  • Futuristic Societies from Anarchy to Utopia
  • Futuristic, Modern, and Primitive Weapons
  • Looting and Scavenging
  • Survival and Emergency Preparedness
  • Demons, Mutants, Road Warriors, and Flesh-Eating Zombies

The book transforms a boring sentence like, “He shot him in the head,” and turns it into “Flesh and bone erupted in a liquid halo.” But it’s not just for gory, violent action. For example, instead of describing your dystopian society’s origin as “We had to rebuild from nothing,” this book helps you turn it into “Our world was built on ashes and twice as gray.” 

And you’re not just limited to the descriptions in the book as quick fill in the blanks whenever writer’s block strikes. You can use them as writing prompts to generate endless ideas for new scenes and stories. This book is a treasure trove of inspiration you’ll enjoy for years to come.

Available at AmazonBarnes & Noble, and other fine retailers worldwide.

Jackson Dean Chase

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Jackson Dean Chase is a Pacific Northwest Author and Poet. He writes thrilling tales that bring you “Bold Visions of Dark Places” (TM). He is the author of the Horror Writers’ Phrase Book and the Post-Apocalypse Writers’ Phrase Book, as well as the Young Adult Horror series that includes Come to the Cemetery, The Werewolf Wants Me, The Haunting of Hex House, Gore Girls: Twisted Tales and Poems, and other scary things…

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2 thoughts on “Ready to write the end of the world? Post-Apocalypse Writers’ Phrase Book by Jackson Dean Chase”

  1. it seems strange for indie writers to claim any kind of mastery in the writing genre. in my opinion, books such as these cheapen the craft and lead new writers down a very precarious path, ie “lazy writing.”

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