I am considering getting involved with another website and would like your honest opinion.
Here is the premise:
Visiting the site would bring you to fictional journal entries from 39 year old Jack. Jack is a prepper who decided to start writing a journal to pass onto his family when he gets older or passes on. He also wanted to record life’s events as a way to organize and clear his mind.
The site and Jack’s journal entries would tell a story. This would be a story starting off with entries about about work, relationships, preparedness, and current events. Within a short period of time Jack’s entries describe concerning world news which has him begin to increase his preps.
Approx two weeks from the start of his journal Jack travels to his 20 year High School reunion. The are reasons as to why he does and doesn’t not want to go. A distant past relationship is the main reason. The evening of the reunion – in the darkness of the night – the United States is attacked in a manner that will change everyone’s lives forever.
Jack is 150 miles from home with limited supplies. He has to try to travel back to his home across roads he knows will be much different than when he came. He also will have a passenger with him, a passenger who he had once thought he would never see again for the rest of his life.
So – basically the website would read like a book. The story would feature action, preparedness gear, drama, excitement, and even a little romance.
What I want to know is would this be something you would be interested in reading? I know prepper fiction is very popular now and this would be totally free.
Let me know your thoughts.
Thanks – Rourke
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