In the grand tradition of novels like The Handmaid’s Tale and 1984, Last Call – America: Last Call Before Darkness compels the reader to envision a world not so different from our own, but with a dark twist. So go the very best dystopian novels of past generations. We delight in the chilling suspense of what might befall us if we’re not careful. Why do we love them so much? How does Last Call – America: Last Call Before Darkness, written by author Debra Tash, deliver on the promise books in this genre make to all dystopian novel lovers?
Debra Tash is an award-winning American author, journalist, and accomplished speaker. Her books have won multiple awards and been sold nationwide.
Debra was born in Los Angeles, where she honed her writing skills through various creative outlets, including painting. A few of her pieces were toured internationally, as well as in Japan.
She also worked as a Docent at the world-renowned Getty Museum and Getty Villa, where she gave tours and spoke on historical figures and art.
She gets her inspiration from current and past events, focusing on positive morals and uplifting themes.
Debra served as Editor in Chief of Citizens Journal, a Ventura County-based online news site. Citizens Journal covers current and breaking news in the Ventura and Los Angeles County.
She has given lectures for such organizations as the DAR, The American Associated of University Women, and the Southern California Federated Women’s Club.
She has served as a panelist at the Historical Novel Society’s North American Conference.
Debra, a mother, an activist, is passionate about literacy and education for children. She currently resides in Ventura County.