I Zombie I
This is the category for my book I Zombie I.
“A terrific, nail biting, page turner: I finished this book in one sitting. Smart in its plausibility, I Zombie I is not only a great work of sheer horror-entertainment (while often poking some wicked fun at the very genre of zombie fiction), Wallen manages to, amidst the chaos, gore, and rapid fire suspense — throw some honest philosophical food for thought into the novel regarding the very nature of humanity and how fragile that thing that makes us *us* actually is.” — M. Frastley (San Francisco, CA)
“Jack is a brilliant writer and he can make your head spin with his storytelling wiles. Jack tells us his take on Zombies without the feeling like we are being slammed by yet another Zombie book or movie.” — Albert Robbins III
All he wanted was a Pulitzer.
It took only one bite for journalist Jacob Plummer to find the story of a life time — his own downward spiral into the zombie abyss.
As Jacob slowly transforms into one of the undead, he discovers a truth that could spare the world from extinction.
While Jacob struggles to reveal the conspiracy behind the virus, he must fight off his own inner zombie and the undead masses to save the human race, the woman he loves, and a planet ripped apart by the Mengele Virus.
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In honor of Friday the 13th, I am giving away ebook copies of both I Zombie I and Klockwerk Kabaret for FREE! That’s right, Dec 13th and 14th you can get free ebook copies of these books to nom and slurp. Do it now. Now, I say! Oh, you want links? Sure, I’ll give you links: I Zombie I and Klockwerk Kabaret.
I’ve asked this on a number of occasions and places. Finally, I ask (and answer) the question here in the Jackverse. What would your zombie apocalypse survival team look like? The zpoc will require special survival skills that standard-issue life doesn’t require. And, like any good dungeons and dragons aficionado will tell you, a group must have a strong balance (and a lot of caffeine) to survive. So, without further adieu, I give to you, my devoted followers, my zombie apocalypse survival team.
Ladies and gentlement of the Dark Hayride, I give to you the first look at the full line up of the cover reboot for the I Zombie I series. Take a gander at these sexy beauties! You may drool in fear if you like. Just make sure you have your straight-jacket on first.
I was recently sent pictures of something that seriously made my day. Fan of I Zombie I, Mega
That’s right lovelies and gentlemints of the Jackverse — zombies have taken over Louisville, Kentucky. Or at least that’s what one construction sign would have us believe. Of course, we all know that I believe! And boy do I believe. The zombies will arrive…no, actually they already have arrived. Only at the moment, they have been spotted in nothing more than drips and drabs. Eventually, however, those undead moaners and screamers will be hitting the flood gates with a fist full of rot, waiting to get at your sweet meats.
I’ve been tweeting zombie survival tips on twitter for some time now. They’ve been such a big hit, I thought I’d collect some of them here, for those of you not on twitter to enjoy.
So read these carefully, they might one day save your brains from the nomming horde.
That’s right my squee-tastic readers, the entire I Zombie trilogy has been enshrined in a single tome. And you get get that book, with the lovely new cover, created by yours truly, at the usual stops. But you need to know more don’t you? Of course you do. So hop on in and find out.
Okay my lovelies, it’s time for a contest. And what better way to have a contest than to join the 12 Days of Creepfest! Creeptacular. Read on to find out how you can win all three books from my I Zombie trilogy!
I have to admit, this posting is somewhat self-serving. Why? Because Mr. Zombie MUST make the movies for the I Zombie trilogy. If you’re unsure or don’t believe me, read them and you’ll draw the same conclusion. But even beyond that, RZ needs to be highlighted here on my little fabulous and horrific webhome because I find him to be the single greatest director of the horror genre of our time. That’s right, I said it and I’ll say it again. With only a handful of films under his belt, Zombie has proved he can outdo anyone in creep, scare, and downright fear.
Tomorrow it is officially October and that means one thing — Halloween is fast approaching. And for me, the season of the witch (no relation to the Halloween 3 film) means many things, one of which is a good excuse (not that I need any) to watch horror films.
Since I Zombie I was pushed to “free” status on Amazon.com, it has been slowly climbing up the rank and file of the horror genre. Currently it stands at #3 in Occult and #10 in Horror. This is big and all part of my master plan (insert ominous Bwahaha here).
I get asked this a lot — why zombies? When sparkly hunky vampires are all the rage, why stick with the shambling, gooey mess known as zombies? That answer is not always a simple one, but it’s certainly a fun one to tackle. That’s just what I want to do right here, right now.