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The End of the World As We Know it | Walk The Towpath

The End of the World As We Know it

The world today may seem hopeless if you pay attention to current events. The U.S. economy is deteriorating while a silver-tongued President tells lies and claims that it is improving. Gasoline prices are painfully high, and looming Middle Eastern war will certainly drive them higher – if not seriously reduce or eliminate the availability of gasoline and home heating oil. As a society we are becoming increasingly base and Godless; wrapped up in mindless, salacious television and living in the fantasy world of computer games. We are losing our ability to enunciate simple words and communicate face to face. It seems that now we best communicate through text message acronyms.



The earth will be spared imminent apocalypse – despite what the Mayan calender indicates – but the end of the world as we know it is near. But no matter how hard it is, or how hard it gets, don’t ever lose hope. It’s that very hope that is the recurring theme throughout The Wayfarers fiction trilogy…

The Wayfarers trilogy is a story written about the times we are living through today, and more so about what is likely to come. You will be taken on a journey with remarkable and memorable characters down a rugged road through a tumultuous time; a time that you may not survive. The fictional cataclysmic events that transpire on that path along and through the Wayfarers America are actually taking shape while you read this blog today, and could be flushed out in your version of reality at any moment. What was written as fiction may well morph into faction, but despite the gut-wrenching nature of tale, you may finish Jacob’s Trouble – the finale of the trilogy – with a smile on your face and a tear in your eye.

Remember, no matter how hard it is, or how hard it gets, don’t ever lose hope…

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