In less than two weeks, MAGA 2020 & Beyond will be live. And it’s going to be great. Really great. You’re gonna want a copy.
Over the next few days, I’ll be putting up posts with summaries of the stories that are included. There are some that are political, some cultural, and a few that are neither, but all are great reads.
M.A.G.A.I. by Arlan Andrews Sr.
When the latest Federal Government Artificial Intelligence program takes President Trump’s command “Make America Great Again!” literally, interesting things happen.
The Man in the Bubble by Elaine Arias
A famous actor discovers that ever since Trump’s election, he will have to learn to get along with Trump supporters, or be left out in the cold.
Where is Barry? by Richard B. Atkinson III
“It’s Election Night, and things are looking up for Mike Pence. As co-workers gather to watch the returns, everyone is ready to celebrate more good times ahead. Everyone, that is, except for Barry…
The Last Hippie by Scott Bell
After a hundred-year separation, both coasts of the United States are being reincorporated into the Union. The social experiment of liberal self-government has failed. US troops have been dispatched to detain and relocate the few remaining citizens to a small island of their own, where they will be fed, sheltered, and kept safe. One guy doesn’t want to go, and he has his finger on a damn big button.
Aunties Magnificent Bricks by Christine Chase
Jada is forced by her mother to accompany her Aunt Hilde to the 50th Anniversary of the Restoration, missing her last chance to spend a vacation with school friends, but Jada learns that there is much more to her Aunt Hilde, and to history, than she’d ever imagined.