Physical Changes caused by The Purge Plague Besides high male mortality rates and a shift in a woman’s difficulty in carrying children, there were other changes to human physiology. The last-ditch gene splicing efforts manifested itself in significant physical changes to the human body. Woman tended to have longer legs, shorter torso, wider hips and fuller breasts.… Continue reading The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 4): Physical Changes
The Purge Plague: Consequences Solving the human extinction event wasn’t without its consequences. Besides finding an alternate food source, other changes occurred. The new genome made significant changes to human physiology. Sickness had been wiped out. The common cold, cancer, infections, and the various maladies associated in pre-plague days were nonexistent. Within one hundred years, no… Continue reading Consequences: The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 3)
Extinction – The Purge Plague initiates an unstoppable event Resolving the runaway genome infection among human populations was not without its perils. The plague had already caused the extinction of almost all life on the planet. While it was too late to save the other species, scientists at the time saved what they could. It became a… Continue reading The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 2) : Extinction?
The Purge Plague, can you elaborate on that? The Purge Plague is a speculation that I came up with to justify the culture of Mona’s world. However, it is a speculation that I firmly believe is possible, if not likely, to occur. Most of all, it is The Purge Plague that causes the near extinction… Continue reading The ‘Purge Plague’ (Part 1), What brought it about?
The last couple of days, I have been writing about how different my books are. I also wrote that I intentionally wanted to write books that were different from others. I wanted them to stand out from the rest out there. To me, this is a good thing. I didn’t want to write something that… Continue reading Classifying my books