It seems like forever ago that Team Lindsey first ventured out on their own (that would be us) to explore the new, scary world of authorship. And while it may have been a tad intimidating and definitely uncharted in the beginning, it's been such a wild ride. Since the day we decided we were going to dive in, head first, we have't bothered looking back. It's been four years, and five Ending Series books later (including the book of novellas), here we are. We have the most loya
If something should happen and you and your family are cutoff from neighbors or town for more than a few hours, you're going wish you had previsions, food and water over a lengthy period of time being the most important. FOOD If something should happen and you and your family are stranded alone for a while, it's prudent to always have a week's worth of food on hand. I'm not referring to fresh produce and popcorn--nothing that relies solely on electricity to cook or keep cold.
Not-so-fun fact: You're on your own. No one is coming to check on you. It's a fact and something you should engrain into your mind. You should always be prepared to rely on yourself. Did you know that if a disaster should happen the following would almost certainly be true: If there's a fire and you're in a hotel higher than the 4th floor, you will not be rescued. Fire ladders don't go higher than that so ALWAYS know where the exits are. Expect communication failure--the abil
Some of the Dos and Don'ts during a disaster are common sense, but you'd be surprised what your instincts might be and why being fully aware of these things might help you to make a safer choice should you find yourself in a sticky situation. As I mentioned before, where I live, flooding and earthquakes are the most common disasters I've ever needed to worry about. So, you'll note that my advice is geared toward the disasters I know the most about. You can find more informati
e·mer·gen·cy əˈmərjənsē/ noun a serious, unexpected, and often dangerous situation requiring immediate action. "your quick response in an emergency could be a lifesaver" synonyms:crisis, urgent situation, extremity, exigency; More arising from or needed or used in an emergency. modifier noun: emergency "an emergency exit" synonyms:urgent, crisis; More a person with a medical condition requiring immediate treatment. Emergencies are unpredictable, can be very dangerous, and are
In our last post, After The Ending: The Story Behind Book One, we talked about how The Ending world came to be, what book one looked like in the beginning stages, and how much it has changed since. But there's another side to being an author that some of you may not think much about--the publishing part of being an indie author. We're going to share that piece with you today. Things are always changing in the indie pub world, so why did we want to go this route when we were s
This series of blog posts are about Team Lindsey's story and how The Ending Series came to be. Why are we spending time on this? The answer is simple. Most of our readers haven't been with us from the beginning and know little about us. Even those loyal readers who have been around over the past three plus years aren't aware of how The Ending world came to be.
So, here you go! This is our story of when it all began--when After The Ending wasn't even a book concept yet, when