One of the great triumphs – for all the wrong reasons – of the Communist East German government was its massive spy network. It’s estimated that one in six East Germans was an informer for the feared Stasi secret police. The peculiar achievement of the Stasi was that so many of its snitches were voluntary.…Facebook Is the New Stasi — The BFD
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I have finished the second draft of a post-apocalyptic novella, and I am looking for volunteer Beta readers who would like to read the manuscript before I send it in for a final edit.
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One by one, America’s great cities are falling due to a years-long volcanic winter, and the tourist town of Beech Mountain, NC, is no different. Its citizens, now desperate and fearful, are divided. Gone are the days when you could walk into a grocery store to buy what you need; money is useless. Food is the only thing of value, and it’s not for sale; people who have it intend to keep it, and those that don’t intend to take it away. It’s the only thing people think about anymore. To not have it is to die.