Meet one of the many zombie authors on the #SummerofZombie blog tour (coming June 1st and running all month!)
Dave Lund’s Winchester Undead series combine the zombie apocalypse with practical tactical skills, prepper knowledge, conspiracy theories, intrigue, secret government agencies and characters that quickly pull you into the story. Accuracy in detail defines the background of the Winchester Undead series, with many of the themes, objects, weapons, and tactics used in the Winchester Undead series are based on the author’s experience in survival camping, prepping, law enforcement, and training. Many of the locations visited by the characters in the series are real, although often artistically changed to fit the needs of the characters and plot. There is no cache site in Maypearl that we know of, and the presence of any secret underground government facilities really depends on whom you ask, as it is regarding the presence of Chemtrails.
Now published by Winlock Press (Permuted Press), the Winchester Undead series continues to grow with more releases currently in the works. You can find the first book of the series, Winchester: Over here: http://www.amazon.com/Winchester-Over-Undead-Book-ebook/dp/B00STNF97E (just copy and paste into your browser’s URL bar). Dave Lund’s writing style and attention to detail will pull readers into the story, cheering for the good guys, and worrying about the bad, non-stop reading that puts the human condition at the front of an undead war.
Dave Lund lives in central Texas and is a former Texas “motor-cop,” having worked for nearly a decade in full time law enforcement as a Texas Peace Officer. Prior to being a Peace Officer, Dave was a full time skydiving instructor and actively competed in Canopy Piloting (aka swooping), completing over 3,000 skydives, which included six reserve rides after the main parachute malfunctioned, one reserve malfunction and one plane crash. Retired from active law enforcement, Dave now focuses on writing as well as working as a professional photographer. Dave is no longer an active skydiver. His current hobbies include competing in powerlifting, camping, motorcycles, and his beloved custom 1973 VW Superbeetle that he built.