Guest Post: Candy O’Donnell #SummerofZombie

Fast zombies vs. Slow zombies:

**In numerous films and books people are always looking at fast zombies and the slow zombies. The are thoughts about fast zombies? “Hell, No!” or “Yeah!” I say “No, Way!”

Fleeing from a fast zombies like the ones in ‘World War Z’ could be very intense and World War Z, these fast moving zombies keep the viewer on the edge of their seat and keep everyone guessing how to get away from them. I personally love this movie and can watch it over and over again.

The Walking Dead has slow moving zombies, but their numbers can gain up on a single person if they have no where to hide. The scenes in this show reveal individuality of characters and keep the viewer on the edge of their seat, but it keeps us watching to find out what will happen next.


About the Author

Candy O’Donnell lives in California with her best friend and husband, Jim, and their two enthused teenagers. This family also includes two happy dogs, a languid cat and an energetic cockatiel. At the age of twelve, she wrote her first mini book and has not looked back when her first title was published in 2007. Today, Candy writes whatever story crops up in her imagination. She composes numerous genres as a way of expressing herself fluently. Her early years were spent reading the works of Walter Farley, Stephen King, and other titles focused on history.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in history and culture in 2010 and she also has 6 grad units in criminal justice.

Twitter: @Candyodonnell

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