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The First Chapter of “Dead Road”, the anticipated sequel to the popular zombie novel, “Dead Soil” Revealed!

Hi Readers! I have been working on the sequel to "Dead Soil" for about half a year now. Truth be told, I haven't been working as hard as I should, but thanks to my New Year's resolution of writing Monday-Friday, 5 days a week, it's really coming along now! Beware: The chapter below has spoilers… Continue reading The First Chapter of “Dead Road”, the anticipated sequel to the popular zombie novel, “Dead Soil” Revealed!

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The “Earth Angel” Book Sale Has Begun!

Get the second book in the popular Chronicles of a Supernatural Huntsman series, Earth Angel,  for only $0.99 on Kindle today! (The first book, Broken Angel is permanently free on Kindle.) Kamlyn Paige is a young woman whose son was taken from her by a soul-devouring demon. Now she travels the country overcoming evil while searching for revenge.… Continue reading The “Earth Angel” Book Sale Has Begun!

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When Life Gets in the Way of Writing

I haven't been keeping up with my blogging as well as I want to. By the title I'm sure you can guess, life is getting in the way of my writing. I'm no expert on how to handle this, but I thought it might make me feel better to write it out a little bit and maybe during this process I'll come up with a good way to keep writing even though I am overwhelmed with everything else going on in my life right now. So, here's what's going on:

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NEW ZOMBIE BOOK RELEASE

This new release from Apostol is sure to keep you on your toes as you follow Zooey Beckett through her treatment at the Undead Ward. Thanks to Zombutexachlorepinol, or more commonly known as the Z-shot, zombies are cured and brought back to life. But all is not as it seems. The staff seems to recoil at the sight of her and the other Undead keep disappearing through a pair of black double doors, never to be seen again. Can Zooey make it through her three weeks of treatment at the hospital to get back home?

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City of Glass by Cassandra Clare

This book was the best one by far in the series. I loved the setting of Idris and Alicante. It was a nice change from the common and familiar setting of New York City.