Lit Select What Went Wrong? To Serve and Protect TS Alan

What Went Wrong? Legendary Stories

Lit Select’s What Went Wrong? (Legendary Stories, #1)

15 Sci-Fi and Fantasy Tales, which includes the short “To Serve and Protect” by ZEA Co-founder, TS Alan

“To Serve and Protect”: A sole survivor travels by car across country in hopes of finding someone else alive, but his blatant disregard for the laws of man proves to have disastrous consequences.

Everyone’s had THAT day—the one where a spell went south, a glitch ate some code in the doomsday device, and aliens are on the move eat your brains. Okay, maybe we haven’t all had that day. In What Went Wrong?, fifteen authors give us stories of the best laid plans gone awry.

Lit Select What Went Wrong? To Serve and Protect TS Alan

* An unlucky cult that just can’t catch a break in their efforts to please the Elder Gods.
* A new hire trying to survive an office where the HR is full of headhunters, literally.
* A super villain who gets unwanted attention from a love-struck hero.”
* An irritated Lord of Hell whose hundred-year absence has left him a little behind the times.
* A college student who finds his fear of the dark may be warranted.
* A post-apocalyptic cautionary tale of what can go wrong if you don’t follow the rules.
by TS Alan.

From humorous to horrific and everything in between, this selection of tales is certain to make any day look a little bit better.

Jan Flynn,
Bryan Nickelberry,
Holly Riordan,
Matthew Harrison,
N.O.A. Rawle,
Dan Szczesny,
Ben Howels,
Gregory Norris,
Larry Lefkowitz,
Jonathan Shipley,
Edward Ahern,
Eric J. Guignard,
Charles Gramlich,
TS Alan,
& T.R. North

PUBLISHED by Lit Select
EDITED by Cher A. Starr
COVER ART by Teresa Conner
Released: May 17, 2016

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About TS Alan

TS was the former managing editor of Zombie Training before co-founding ZEA with former associate editor Mike Garman. TS was born outside Buffalo, NY. After attending high school he entered into a two-year community college to study Communications and Media Arts. There he became involved in the college’s radio station as a radio personality, under the pseudonym of J.D. Hollywood. After a year with WNCB radio he also became the station’s Promotions Director. J.D. Hollywood was also one of two names he used as a music reporter and Associate Editor for Buffalo Backstage, a local music magazine. After moving to Manhattan and experiencing the Northeast blackout of 2003, he became interested in prepping and urban survival, learning much of his experience through self education and observation of tragic events like 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy. TS Alan currently resides in the East Village of New York City and is a published author of the zombie novel The Romero Strain.