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Afraid of global warming?
Have no fear, there is so much worse to be scared of. 

THE BLOOD BERRIES, a new novella by Erin Cole

The year is 2105, global deglaciation. The Alaskan region is a cluster of dark mountain peaks scattered across glacial melt. Dr. Samantha Marks and her research team embark on an expedition to study species adaptation in response to climate change, and the possible dispersal of a new parasitic species having migrated continents. After a catastrophic storm sinks the team’s research vessel, they find themselves stranded among one of Alaska’s coldest and darkest islands. While the island at first seems uninhabited, the team soon discovers they are not alone. One by one, members of the team disappear and never return. Dr. Samantha Marks realizes her expedition in species adaptation isn’t compromised–it’s just begun, and she’ll become a first-hand witness to it. Species adapt. And adapt. And adapt.



“Penning my way to that castle in the sky or at least the zenith in hell. It’s all about getting the words down and editing like a fool, in the sense that most would have enough brains to quit this job/hobby/obsession, try something more fruitful and prosperous. Writing is not advantageous. It’s not profitable or always gratifying, and rarely offers any measure of self-worth. Thank the stars I’ve not enough brains.” – Erin Cole

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