The Rocheport Saga of CW Hawes

An exciting and thought-provoking post-apocalyptic action/adventure, that tosses out the fantasy and body counts for real life.

CW Hawes is a novelist and award winning poet.

He’s most known for his Justinia Wright Private Investigator Mysteries series, set in Minneapolis, Minnesota; The Rocheport Saga, a post-apocalyptic series set in America’s Midwest; and the Pierce Mostyn Paranormal Investigations series, set wherever there be monsters.

His love of fine food, interesting places, philosophy, music, art, books, and history can be seen in each of his tales.

CW was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, and made his home in Minneapolis, Minnesota for 45 years. He now lives in Katy, Texas with his wife and cat.

For more information, check out his blog:

Review: The book is the journal of one Bill Arthur, a survivor of That Day, an event that killed over 92% of the population in the world. The journal chronicles his efforts to find other survivors and begin building a skilled community that can help him realize his goal; to rebuild a civilization based on the collected wisdom of the ages.

If you like exciting and thought-provoking post-apocalyptic action/adventure, that tosses out the fantasy and body counts for real life, then you’ll enjoy The Roceport Saga.

CW Hawes


The Morning Star

It’s happened. Billions went to bed and billions never woke up.

Overnight the world as we know it is gone. Those who remain are mostly lost. A few know what to do and are ruthless in doing it.

To avoid being one of the dead, Bill Arthur leaves the city to find a place in the country he can call home. With a handful of friends, he draws on his knowledge and starts rebuilding a new world. A better world. Until he meets someone else who wants to be the boss.

Filled with holy zeal, the Reverend Jedidiah Powers wants to make Rocheport a city of God and fights Bill every step of the way to get what he wants. Even if it means killing people to do so.

The Morning Star is not your everyday zombie-filled post-apocalyptic novel. It’s about working together, independence, freedom, and good old-fashioned know-how. Preppers, survivalists, homesteaders, libertarians will find inspiration in The Morning Star.

The Shining City

Billions have died. The survivors in Rocheport are at war. Can Bill Arthur achieve peace before another city dies?

Rev. Jed Powers wants it all, and is willing to go to war to win Rocheport for himself.

Bill Arthur, former bureaucrat, one-time scholar, and student of survival, must fight a war he doesn’t want or leave the city he started.

But Bill and his people are outnumbered. Does he even stand a chance? Will ingenuity win the day against Powers and his ally?

The Divided City

Nearly everyone has died. For Bill Arthur and a handful of survivors, the question is — now what?

A closet prepper and armchair philosopher, Bill is best prepared to lead the community at Rocheport.

But the Rev Jedediah Powers thinks otherwise, and when he gains a powerful new ally, things begin to look very dim for Bill Arthur’s survival and that of Rocheport’s.

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