Forrest Carr is an award-winning journalist who's spent 33 years in the trenches of local TV news warfare. He's known for strong ethics, outspoken views, and for such innovations as the critically-acclaimed Viewers' Bill of Rights. Take his passion for journalism, mix in his quirky sense of humor, stir, and you have his novel, "Messages." He's also a long-time fan of old-school science fiction, as can be seen in his second work of fiction, "Journal of the Crazy Year" - a zombie apocalypse with a twist (among other things, they're not zombies!)
A Journal of the Crazy Year
by Forrest Carr
THIS BOOK WAS SUPPOSED TO BE MAKE BELIEVE. Some action-adventure novels have a ripped-from-the-headlines feel. With A Journal of the Crazy Year it's the other way around: Real-life events are ripping headlines from the novel. By February of this year (2015) it was already eerily prophetic enough to warrant a nearly two-hour discussion...
"And what did the boss say?" Regina demanded. Austin locked eyes with her. "He said our stories need more vagina." Regina recoiled as if Austin had poked her with a sharp stick. "He said WHAT?" Austin held his hand up. "As God is my judge. That was the word he used." What kind of crazy newsroom is this? It's the kind that three...
The latest scifi/horror from acclaimed author Forrest Carr, named as a Kirkus Reviews 2015 "Author to Watch": It’s said that God is infinite, and everywhere. But what if He isn’t? What if it were possible to fly so far out into space that you arrive at a place where God does not exist? How would you know it? What would happen?...
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