CHANNILLO
Element
By CE Inkibitz

Series Description:

A Novel concerning the misadventures of three teens whose parents are MIA and whose world has been irradiated by nuclear fallout.

Category/Genre(s): Young Adult, Science Fiction, Fantasy
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For CE Inkibitz:

In 2011 a Tsunami destroyed the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan.  It is by far the worst environmental disaster to date affecting far more of the planet than we have even been able to realize.  Element, is about three young teens trying to make it through such a destroyed environment.  Though it has not been reported the effects of the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster have caused far reaching damage to the western coast of the united states.  Miscarriages and infant deaths increased by 30% within weeks of the disaster.  Sun star and star fish populations on the coast lines reached extinction level lows.  Thankfully some of these effects have been overcome, but how many of them are not known, not reported or are covered up. 

I write in the Pacific Northwest United States terrorized and desperately needed by three teenagers. 

Acknowledgements:

My family, there is no reason without them.

My editor Lisa Howard.

The world for supplying the story and the means.







Series Description:

A Novel concerning the misadventures of three teens whose parents are MIA and whose world has been irradiated by nuclear fallout.

Category/Genre(s): Young Adult, Science Fiction, Fantasy
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For CE Inkibitz:

In 2011 a Tsunami destroyed the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan.  It is by far the worst environmental disaster to date affecting far more of the planet than we have even been able to realize.  Element, is about three young teens trying to make it through such a destroyed environment.  Though it has not been reported the effects of the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster have caused far reaching damage to the western coast of the united states.  Miscarriages and infant deaths increased by 30% within weeks of the disaster.  Sun star and star fish populations on the coast lines reached extinction level lows.  Thankfully some of these effects have been overcome, but how many of them are not known, not reported or are covered up. 

I write in the Pacific Northwest United States terrorized and desperately needed by three teenagers. 

Acknowledgements:

My family, there is no reason without them.

My editor Lisa Howard.

The world for supplying the story and the means.