Dragons, wizards, zombies, and vampires, oh my! The concepts behind Population Miniscule are a little less traveled. Sure, this story has the usual dysfunction, as well as sufficient drama, but there’s a twist.
Kendon and Catherine. They are a match made in heaven, and that’s where the cliche ends. Their dysfunction is average, uneventful even. It’s not obvious right away that two worlds have collided...in more ways than one. Catherine is your average high school English teacher, and Kendon just your basic Historian. They live together, but have separate lives. It was over before it began.
A simple tale of racial and spatial challenges married with the wonder of childhood fantasy. This story with an uncommon twist will keep you reading. A simple tale appropriate for preteens and up of any background.
Population Miniscule is a story that doesn’t end. It continues on through the imagination. It lives in the whispers of an empty house, feeling eyes when there are none, seeing glimpses to turn and find nothing. That is where the Miniscule live.
I am initially publishing a chunk to get you started, then it will be 1 New Chapter weekly. Enjoy!