My Zombie My
This is the category for my book My Zombie My.
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.
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.
Thea Gregory offers her video review of my book My Zombie My. Caution, awesome abounds.You’ve been warned.
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!
That’s right my lovelies, it has finally happened — the apocalyptic nightmare began in I Zombie I has continued to wreak havoc on the planet in the form of My Zombie My.
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.
Hello lovely, sexy, delicious, and all around wonderful readers! It’s time for a giveaway. This time, the giveaway has a catch — but it’s a fun catch because that catch will get you mentioned on the thrilling Zombie Radio!
I have a special treat for you today. I thought I would offer up a pre-edited sample of my upcoming release My Zombie My. That’s right PRE-EDITED! So you get to see all the strangeness that comes straight out of my brain and through my fingers. I’m thrilled about this entry in the I Zombie trilogy and I think you will be too. This is, by the way, the first chapter. I’ll shut up now, so you can read.
Many of you have probably already heard one or more of my podcasts on Zombie Radio. This podcast was the brain child of one of my brilliant beta readers and has become something that not only readers and fans enjoy, but I have become quite fond of. In fact, ZR has become one of the highlights of my week!
I don’t know if you lovely readers are aware, but I started (thanks to the brilliant idea of beta reader extraordinaire, Kirk Fields) a podcast to help bring the “I Zombie” trilogy to the masses with the help of the human voice. This Zombie Radio podcast is another reading of a small section of what is being called “the Bible for the New World Order”.
I thought I would tease everyone with a view of the cover for my upcoming release “My Zombie My”. More >
Ladies and gentlemen, I am so thrilled to announce the sequel to my hit, I Zombie I, has reached two milestones in the creation process. First, and foremost, the first rewrites are complete. The manuscript will fall into the hands of the beta readers very soon and will then (after any necessary rewrites) will find its way to my wonderful editor, Lynn O’Dell (Red Adept).
I have created a Facebook group (I know, who hasn’t) dedicated to us indie authors who concentrate on zombie fiction.
What with the Rapture less than 24 hours away, I thought I best post a new “Under the covers” article before it’s WAY too late. I get asked this a lot — “How do you do your writing?” The question tends to refer to whether or not I use outlines and, if so, what kind of outlines do I use? Because this question comes up so often, I thought I would take a moment to answer it here, in public, for free, and for everyone’s enlightenment.
That’s right, the fine folks at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) must have finally read my book I Zombie I (Now available in paperback from Amazon) and are alerting the general public to the possible apocalypse.
The opening paragraph in the article reads: There are all kinds of emergencies out there that we can prepare for. Take a zombie apocalypse for example. That’s right, I said z-o-m-b-i-e a-p-o-c-a-l-y-p-s-e. You may laugh now, but when it happens you’ll be happy you read this, and hey, maybe you’ll even learn a thing or two about how to prepare for a real emergency.
Many writers talk about music when referencing their work. I am very guilty of that. Not only do I often count on music to be my muse, I work it into my books in any way I can. Why? Music can so easily elicit mood and emotion in ways the written word alone can not always do. So music will crop up in my novels in the form of a simple mention of a title or artist or, in some cases, I will use lyrics (with permission by the artist of course.) And since music is such a strong influence over me and my work, I thought I would discuss how music worked its way into my currently published titles (and the titles I am working on.)
Each of the novels in my zombie trilogy all have a sort of “gimmick”. In the first novel the protagonist, being a journalist, makes use of a digital recorder to help chronicle his transformation from human to zombie. In the second novel, My Zombie My, Bethany frequently tunes into an internet radio station called “Zombie Radio”. This short sample is one of the pieces Bethany listens to.