1. Futuristic, after-a-collapse novels are seemingly becoming more popular, maybe because reality is probably moving in that direction, IMO at least.

    I think the term post-apocalyptic has a religious meaning for some; I used post-industrial in my description of “Remember and Forget” both because I think the term’s more accurate and because I wanted to get far away from the religious shit. Yet one of the LeHaye books used to be listed under R&F’s Barnes and Noble page–in the section that describes “people who bought this book also bought.” Maybe some people just like reading futuristic stories of any kind. I like reading (and viewing) them, but the religious stuff? No thanks! And I wish more futuristic stories were less violent and more believable.

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