2192: Nerves

Catch all the chapters of 2192: Nerves right here! Chapter 5 is coming out on April 19th, stay tuned!

Anton is from Sector 7 and he doesn’t like what he sees. Few people know about Oblivion, but he does. It’s his goal to take them down no matter the cost. Joining him on his mission is a rogue group of rebels led by double agent Ventro. While they tackle Oblivion’s grip on Sector 7, mysterious vigilante Death shows up, her intentions unknown.

This series is set in 2192, a dystopian future where the world is ruled by a single government, Oblivion. They overthrew the former world powers on an undisclosed date and attempted to unite the world under their rule. Some countries rebelled. Their rebellion was in vain, as it was already too late. The world was split into 16 Sectors. Those who rebelled ended up poor and punished for their rebellion. Those who supported Oblivion prospered under the new ruling while those who stayed passive retained the middle class standing.

I’ve finished the first draft of the first book, 2192: Nerves and I’m in the middle of editing it and figuring out how I’m gonna get this bad boy out into the world. At the same time, I’m also writing the second book in the series (while working on another secret project shhh).


2192: Nerves

Chapter 1Oblivion. A word that once used to mean an absence of, often something destroyed. Now? Oblivion is a name whispered in fear, lest anyone should hear it spoken. Oblivion lived up to their name, spelling destruction every night. Their un-super soldiers robbing me of another night’s sleep, terrorising a world drenched in darkness. Continue reading…


Chapter 2Darkness slowly drifted from my cloudy vision as I regained consciousness. My first thought ripped through my brain like a wildfire, why am I still alive? Vaguely familiar numbness ached in my head, reminding me of numerous sleepless nights. Every nerve in my body pulsed as I tried to sit up, the initial shock of pain forcing my body back… Continue reading…


Chapter 3As I paced down the cold passageway towards the office, I kept my face neutral; even though I was dreading every second. The plush carpet was a light grey, filling the wide hallway and softening the light space. Hidden cameras burrowed in the walls, barely visible to even the most trained eye. My feet stopped before his door. Continue reading…


Chapter 4When the tank blipped onto my radar, I knew I made the right choice. Protecting innocent lives without uprooting them was a delicate balance, but for once my decision had a happy ending. Maybe not for me. Trying to be a hero had a cost, one that I was willing to pay. Even though I grew up without my parents, that didn’t mean that… Continue reading…