Broken Pieces

Things You Didn’t Know About Lucas Heath

Things You Didn’t Know About Lucas Heath

  • By night, sleep conveys me to a world of fantastic adventures; by day, I ponder how my vivid dreams might develop or be incorporated into stories.
  • In some way, the stories I’m working on connect to each other. Granted, I know that only my first book is out, but keep that in mind and watch for future releases. Though you won’t need to read any one book to understand the others, reading them all will provide you with a more dynamic impact of transpired events.
  • The creativity of my mind is at present cultivating twenty or so unique storylines. As ideas develop into words, I write what has been conceived. If I try to force it, writer’s block emerges like a blizzard. Each idea has its own time and cannot be forced.
  • I tend to have an analytical nature, which results in my OVER thinking at times. However, being particular in my stories enables me to ensure that purpose and reason are carefully woven into my writing to develop intriguing plots.
  • I have a heart for people and genuinely care about others, even if I don’t know them personally! I do what I can to show how much they are worth! It pains me to see or hear about anyone getting hurt. You may be able to see this in my writing.
  • Sometimes oblivious to the fact that others can hear me, I often break out into song – an enjoyable pastime of mine. Though I’m no contestant for American Idol, people share that they love hearing me sing.
  • Some of my absolute favorite television series are those with well-developed plots: Once Upon a Time, Doctor Who, Fringe, 24, and LOST.
  • Two of my favorite authors are Ted Dekker and Frank Peretti. I have read and enjoyed many other books by other authors as well, including the Gone series (Michael Grant) and the Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins).
  • If I were to choose, I would say that baseball is my favorite sport. However, sports are not really my thing.
  • Skydiving is definitely on my bucket list! High places offer a unique perspective in viewing scenery. While lost in the Ozark Mountains, I first discovered how incredibly amazing such a vantage point could offer so remarkable a panoramic view! Skydiving would be an awesome experience.


How far would you go to save yourself? Would you compromise your religion, morals, or integrity to avoid death?

Twenty-seven people wake up to discover they are imprisoned in isolation cubes. They are forced to endure multiple trials in an experiment designed to test the limits of human nature.

In each cube is a pistol. During any test an individual can use the gun to end the torment and take their own life. In doing so, they believe the test would immediately end for everyone and potentially save the lives of others.

Would you lay down your life to save another? Would you pass the tests?

It’s the ultimate trial for human nature and the will to stay alive.

Would you survive the experiment?

This story is a novella, at around 100 pages, or 26000 words.

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Genre –  Thriller / SciFi

Rating – PG13

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