I wrote a heartwarming guest post for Leah Rhyne’s blog… and I think you need to read it, especially if you are a reader. If you can’t read you’re probably not reading this anyway, so ignore it… but if you do love to read, you need to help out an author! (Like me, for instance…)
“Dying Days 4” Review
The goatee’d Jay Wilburn lets me share some of my brilliant insight while he stares at my denim shorts
“Still Dying 2” review #dyingdays #zombies
Too distracted to sit down and read an entire zombie book this weekend? Good news. You can read Still Dying 2, an anthology of delicious zombie stories.
The first story, “How Me and Bozy Became Dads” is an excellent example of an author who knows who to write dialogue and dialect. The title characters, two convicts unlucky (or maybe lucky) enough to be on work detail when the zombie apocalypse starts, provide a down and dirty view of what happens when the shit hits the fan. It also totally slaps down the stereotypes of criminals as self-centered losers, out of touch with the world and the people around them. Not so in this tale, the men with balls and heart turn out to be the ones we least expect. One of those stories that make you want more…
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Zombies: Isn’t This Fad Over Yet? by Armand Rosamilia #dyingdays
Today on Literary Debauchery, I have a special guest – horror writer and cool guy, Armand Rosamilia. Armand is one of those writers that makes me sit back in awe. Not only is he a terrific writer, he’s also prolific and dedicated. His latest book, Dying Days 4 is out, and I highly recommend you check it out (along with his other work!). So with no further delay, here we go….
Zombies: Isn’t This Fad Over Yet?
I loved horror movies as a kid, and I lumped zombie movies in there as well. I was a fan but after awhile I’d seen it all before: voodoo zombies in great black & white films and then the Romero and Romero-like zombie movies that came later. I watched them all and I loved them all. But there was a sameness to all of them.
But I never read…
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