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Book Review: 100 Days In Deadland By Rachel Aukes

Book Review: 100 Days In Deadland By Rachel Aukes

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100 Days in Deadland introduces the reader to a young woman living in Des Moines, Iowa who is thrust into the start of the zombie apocalypse within the very first paragraph. The ...

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Street Cop and Zombie Author Joe McKinney Won’t Take A Break

Street Cop and Zombie Author Joe McKinney Won’t Take A Break

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If you have one man in your corner when the undead throw down, consider Joe McKinney. The former homicide detective, disaster specialist, and current author has a lot on his ...

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Book Review: “Comes the Dark” Book 1 of The Dark Trilogy by Patrick D’Orazio

Book Review: “Comes the Dark” Book 1 of The Dark Trilogy by Patrick D’Orazio

While reading Patrick D’Orazio’s zombie novel, I kept thinking about the classic zombie films that form the foundation of this beloved genre; well-designed zombies and gore that ...

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Review: ‘Life After: The Arising’, A Zombie Novel By Bryan Way

Review: ‘Life After: The Arising’, A Zombie Novel By Bryan Way

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Life After: The Arising tells the story of Jeff Grey and his experiences during the first few days of the zombie apocalypse.  When the dead rise up his hometown suburb of ...

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Zombie Book Editor Monique Happy Talks About Her Process

Zombie Book Editor Monique Happy Talks About Her Process

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Aspiring authors, take heed: behind every great writer there is a great editor, and as far as the zombie genre goes, there are certainly none more multifarious or prolific than ...

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‘Legacy of the Living’: A short by Author Sean Liebling

‘Legacy of the Living’: A short by Author Sean Liebling

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Legacy of the Living By: Sean Liebling  DAY 9: 0730 ET FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11TH Josh looked up as he finished a weld, the gasoline-powered MIG welder chugging behind him in the ...

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Jonathan Maberry On Writing, Zombies And His New Book ‘Fire & Ash’

Jonathan Maberry On Writing, Zombies And His New Book ‘Fire & Ash’

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Venerable horror author and martial arts enthusiast Jonathan Maberry was kind enough to grant Zombie Pop some of his free time, and I discovered that he and I had more in common ...

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Book Review: ‘Up From Soil Fresh’ by Aaron J. French

Book Review: ‘Up From Soil Fresh’ by Aaron J. French

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Instead of explosions and post-apocalyptic survival prep, Up From Soil Fresh returns zombie fiction to the realm of horror with this collection of eight stories. These are ...

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An Interview With Hugh Howey: Author of ‘I, Zombie’

An Interview With Hugh Howey: Author of ‘I, Zombie’

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Hugh Howey, author of the award winning Molly Fyde Saga, The New York Times and USA Today bestselling Wool, and his most recent release I, Zombie, took some time out of his ...

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‘Sacrifice’: A short by Author Sean Liebling

‘Sacrifice’: A short by Author Sean Liebling

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Blood, Brains & Bullets: Sacrifice By Sean Liebling My daughter has the TV on too loud when I walk in the house, arms loaded down with groceries. It takes me a number of ...

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Book Review: ‘Dead Drunk: Surviving The Zombie Apocalypse’

Book Review: ‘Dead Drunk: Surviving The Zombie Apocalypse’

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Dead Drunk: Surviving The Zombie Apocalypse provides the reader with a different take on surviving the zombie apocalypse.  Often times the moral of the story when it comes to ...

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Review: ‘The Hanging Tree’ by David Andrew Wright

Review: ‘The Hanging Tree’ by David Andrew Wright

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I’m going to write an unapologetic review for an unapologetic novel, namely David Andrew Wright's The Hanging Tree. A story that’s not afraid to show you what people might ...

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Craig DiLouie On Writing, Zombies, And Dying Children

Craig DiLouie On Writing, Zombies, And Dying Children

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Craig DiLouie, accomplished author of zombie novels Tooth and Nail, The Infection, and The Killing Floor, took some time out of his schedule to answer a few questions about his ...

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Lecture With Max Brooks: Zombie Facts, But Funny

Lecture With Max Brooks: Zombie Facts, But Funny

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Preparing for  zombie apocalypse is no laughing matter; that is, unless you are Max Brooks, former Saturday Night Live (SNL) writer and author of the popular zombie books, World ...

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Book Review: ‘Necropolis Now: Zombie Ascension’

Book Review: ‘Necropolis Now: Zombie Ascension’

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Necropolis Now: Zombie Ascension starts out introducing us to Bob, a mercenary for hire who is looking for a serial killer named Traverse, a former Special Forces operative.  ...

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Book Review: Gregory Solis Returns With Rise & Walk Pathogen

Book Review: Gregory Solis Returns With Rise & Walk Pathogen

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Rise & Walk: Pathogen is Gregory Solis’s sequel to his 2007 debut novel, Rise & Walk.  The sequel has been a long time coming and I would be lying if I said I remembered ...

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Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse: An interview with Shawn Chesser

Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse: An interview with Shawn Chesser

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  A few days ago I had the chance to interview Shawn Chesser, author of the highly successful militaristic undead series Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse. The series, which ...

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‘100 Days in Deadland’: Dante’s Inferno With A Shambling Twist

‘100 Days in Deadland’: Dante’s Inferno With A Shambling Twist

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Do you remember the classic Dante's Inferno? Written by Dante Alighier, widely recognized as one of the greatest literary works composed in the Italian language and a masterpiece ...

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Review: Five Little Zombies (and Fred) by Jules Sherred

Review: Five Little Zombies (and Fred) by Jules Sherred

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If you’re fond of quirky humor and don’t mind references to the macabre and the dead, it can be confidently said - Five Little Zombies (and Fred) is sure to become the best ...

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Review: ‘The Remaining: Refugees’ From D.J. Molles

Review: ‘The Remaining: Refugees’ From D.J. Molles

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The Remaining: Refugees is the third book in The Remaining series by D.J. Molles. I'm not an author by any means but I have read hundreds and hundreds of books throughout my ...

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List of Zombie Books For July 2013

List of Zombie Books For July 2013

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It’s that time, and I’m sorry that this is late. I’ve been compiling a list of zombie books, and I wanted to get this posted so you could add them to your wish list! Anyway, ...

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Review: Surviving ‘Contaminated: A Zombie Survival Novel’

Review: Surviving ‘Contaminated: A Zombie Survival Novel’

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Suzanne Robb is one of the most refreshing and exciting voices in the world of science fiction and horror. Zombie tales have always appealed to a lot of people, and the reason ...

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The Zombie Queens Present ‘Darlings Of Decay’

The Zombie Queens Present ‘Darlings Of Decay’

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A fresh zombie anthology just crawled out of the grave... The Darlings of Decay features short stories and excerpts from 32 of my favorite female authors. From here on out, I ...

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Girl Zombie Power: Interview With Zombified Author Emily Walker

Girl Zombie Power: Interview With Zombified Author Emily Walker

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I had the wonderful opportunity to chat with Zombified author Emily Walker and get a behind the scene look at what makes this indie author really tick. Emily Walker loves ...

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‘Six Feet From Hell’ Book 4: ‘Crisis’ To Be Released 1 September 2013

‘Six Feet From Hell’ Book 4: ‘Crisis’ To Be Released 1 September 2013

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Joseph A. Coley recently published two major announcements on his blog, about Book 4 of the Six Feet From Hell Series: Name change for Six Feet From Hell: Civilization Six ...

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Michael Talbot & ‘The Zombie Fallout’ Series

Michael Talbot & ‘The Zombie Fallout’ Series

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I’ve had readers from time to time ask me where I got the inspiration for the Zombie Fallout series. It’s funny actually, or maybe not; now that I’m writing this I should probably ...

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Dr. Darin Wolfe: ‘Zombiology: History, Theory, And Nature Of The Zombie’

Dr. Darin Wolfe: ‘Zombiology: History, Theory, And Nature Of The Zombie’

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Pathologist and writer Dr. Darin Wolfe has taken on the subject of zombies in his upcoming book Zombiology Vol. I: History, Theory and Nature of the Zombie. The book traces ...

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Max Brooks Releases Zombie Comic: ‘Extinction Parade’

Max Brooks Releases Zombie Comic: ‘Extinction Parade’

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On June 19th, Max Brooks released the first issue of his comic Extinction Parade. This is being called a "what-if" story about what would happen to vampires if zombies took over. ...

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Review: ‘Aftermath’, Book Two Of ‘The Remaining’ Series

Review: ‘Aftermath’, Book Two Of ‘The Remaining’ Series

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After reading The Remaining, the first book from D.J. Molles, I jumped opened up and started reading the sequel.  The Remaining: Aftermath picked up right where the first left ...

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A Review: Marvel Zombies The Complete Collection Volume 1

A Review: Marvel Zombies The Complete Collection Volume 1

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The gory, horrifying breakout hit is back! Marvel Zombies: The Complete Collection Volume 1 is being reintroduced on 28 October 2013. On an Earth shockingly similar to the ...

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Zombie Novels of 2013 On Kindle

Zombie Novels of 2013 On Kindle

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Hundreds of zombie novels are published each year, and here at Zombie Pop, we do our best to keep track of them all. If you think you missed out on anything in 2013, have a look ...

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Review: I Am ‘The Remaining’ – To Rescue And Rebuild

Review: I Am ‘The Remaining’ – To Rescue And Rebuild

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The Remaining is a story Captain Lee Harden, one of 48 coordinators, who is placed in a bunker every time there is a potential for a 'life as we know it' altering event. In The ...

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H.E. Goodhue Returns With ‘Zombie Youth: Borrowed Time’

H.E. Goodhue Returns With ‘Zombie Youth: Borrowed Time’

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In the war between the living and the dead time chooses no sides. Every minute is borrowed. H.E. Goodhue returns with Zombie Youth: Borrowed Time. Two years have passed ...

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Review: Children Stand Up During ‘Zombie Youth: Playground Politics’

Review: Children Stand Up During ‘Zombie Youth: Playground Politics’

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What will the survivors do when every one over the age of twenty suddenly dies in a viral outbreak? Worse yet, what will they do when the dead refuse stay that way? I've read ...

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Review: The Dead Rise In ‘Apocalypse Of The Dead’

Review: The Dead Rise In ‘Apocalypse Of The Dead’

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Joe McKinney's book Dead City received rave reviews and his sequel, Apocalypse of the Dead, is also fantastic. This book stands on its own - even if you haven't read Dead City, if ...

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Review: ‘Dead City’ Is A Non-Stop Horror Thrill Ride

Review: ‘Dead City’ Is A Non-Stop Horror Thrill Ride

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Dead City is a fantastic tale of survival horror that starts with a bang and never lets up. Occupying the middle ground between police procedural and zombie thriller, Joe ...

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D.J. Molles Sold Rights To ‘The Remaining’, Movie Being Produced?

D.J. Molles Sold Rights To ‘The Remaining’, Movie Being Produced?

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The rumor mill has been running rampant. The word on the street, is that D.J. Molles, famed zombie author, sold the rights to The Remaining series in order to make a movie. ...

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D.J. Molles’ ‘The Remaining: Fractured’ To Be Released on June 22

D.J. Molles’ ‘The Remaining: Fractured’ To Be Released on June 22

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The Remaining: Fractured Book 4 has been published on Amazon! The Remaining: Fractured by D.J. Molles is by far the longest book in the series, it's 524 pages of pure content! ...

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Page Turning Excitement with ‘The Coalition Part 1: The State of Extinction’

Page Turning Excitement with ‘The Coalition Part 1: The State of Extinction’

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The Coalition Part 1: The State of Extinction is the first release in an exciting three-part zombie series written by Robert Mathis Kurtz. If anyone is looking for page-turning ...

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The Action Continues With ‘The Coalition Part 2: The Lord Of The Living’

The Action Continues With ‘The Coalition Part 2: The Lord Of The Living’

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The best thing about trilogies is that the reader is allowed to remain in the world created by the author for a longer period than just one book. The reader’s journey with the ...

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