This is an undiscovered gem. I set out to do something new with the zombie genre and so did Jean Booth. Her writing is compelling and descriptive. It made me cringe a few times and I am no susceptible to cringing. Check her out.
This is a great sight for authors and readers.
For zombie fans of course. Ryan Smith
I haven’t read her books but I’ve read her interviews as an author and think they can be valuable to other writers. I love that she embraces who and what she is and uses that to write. In my opinion that’s where truly unique stories come from.
Sorry to make this a post all by itself, but I was excited.
This is great. I think part of the problem is thinking of it as self promotion – which is getting something for yourself – as opposed to a book promotion where you are (hopefully) sincerely trying to give the readers an experience, a good time, an escape…
Originally posted on Armand Rosamilia:
This post pretty much sums it all up… and makes me want to buy the author’s book(s) now… so there!
Some awesome reading!
Originally posted on Trip Through My Mind:
The stench of frozen rotted meat is in the air! Welcome to the Winter of Zombie Blog Tour 2014, with 10 of the best zombie authors spreading the disease in the month of November.
Mark Tufo is no stranger to TripThroughMyMind. He was one of the first authors to be reviewed with his book series, Zombie Fallout. He was one of my first interviews with an author. Even Rhyanna, of Rhyanna’s Reads did a review of his YA book here. Now, he is back to be the first sneak peak of a release with a sample of his upcoming book as a stop on the Winter of Zombie Blog Tour 2014 with an excerpt from his new book Lycan Fallout 2 which will be release this December. Let’s take a moment for this rare sample of an upcoming book here on TTMM. Thank you Mark Tufo for coming and…
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