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I’m a zombie author–oh, sorry, female zombie author

This will likely be my first and only post on my experience as a female author in the zombie/horror genre. There are many other women out there who are more passionate about writing on gender equality in this genre and … Continue reading

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Dead Haze: Act IV

Missed Act III? Click here to catch up. I watched, dumbfounded, as Kate left the room. Did she honestly think she’d survive the Zombie Fucking Apocalypse with a sword? I’m not above admitting that her leaving hurt my ego. It … Continue reading

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Dead Haze: Act III

Click here to read the previous chapter 74 rounds for the M4. 30 for the Glock. That’s all I had left. After hearing the influx of undead on the first story and the fight in the elevator, I knew it … Continue reading

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Dead Haze: Act II (Kate)

What happens next in the Dead Haze series? Check it out!. Cyrus and Kate’s true nature shines through in this episode. What is Dead Haze? Read about it and catch up on past episodes here

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Dead Haze: ACT II

Read Act I Here! The woman backed away, her footsteps barely make a sound against the hard ground. I turned, continuing through with the motion of drawing the Glock as insurance. Sure, she backed off. That didn’t mean we were … Continue reading

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Dead Haze: ACT I

My need for a good sugar fix was going to get me killed one day. I tripped over the putrefying remains of a corpse as I exited the convenience store. My boots squelched in rotting organs and I cursed my … Continue reading

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Blaze for the Apocalypse

I’m not who I am because I want to be. It’s because people made me this way. This isn’t a denial, blame-society-for-my-social-ineptitude kind of thing. This is a people are useless, undependable, and generally stupid kind of thing. A people-prove-themselves-wrong … Continue reading

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10 Commandments for Zombie Fanatics

Thou shalt let the naive think that holding out in a mall is the best thing to do in the zombie apocalypse. Thou shalt never say thy weapon of choice is a katana, chainsaw, or machine gun. Thou shalt not … Continue reading

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Zindie Review: GUGGA by Jonathan Lambert

When I read GUGGA by Jonathan Lambert I laughed, pondered, snickered, and was thoroughly amused. All of that experienced in a short story? Yes, so clearly I have to recommend it. I’ve never reviewed a short story before and the … Continue reading

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Blaze Wright’s First Kill

“How long are you planning on staying with Carolyn?” “I don’t know, mom. I don’t have anywhere else to go right now.” “Well it isn’t good for you to stick around and influence Joey.” I pulled the phone away from … Continue reading

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