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Derrick LaCombe talks ‘After Death’

Derrick LaCombe talks ‘After Death’

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Derrick LaCombe, a product of New Orleans, travelling Registered Nurse, and newly minted zombie author after the release of his first book After Death, was kind enough to let one ...

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A Few Words From Derrick LaCombe

A Few Words From Derrick LaCombe

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51 years ago, I was born in New Orleans, LA. I spent all of my childhood and teen years in the city, but now reside 30 minutes away. I think the ‘Big Easy’ definitely impacted my ...

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Book Review: ‘Habeas Corpse’ by Nikki Hopeman

Book Review: ‘Habeas Corpse’ by Nikki Hopeman

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Theo is a twenty-something burnout working for the forensics department. He lives in his parents’ basement and he’s never been in a real relationship. His best friend is his cat. ...

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‘Midnight’ – Book Three Of ‘Adrian’s Undead Diary’ Released!

‘Midnight’ – Book Three Of ‘Adrian’s Undead Diary’ Released!

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The 3rd volume of the #1 rated horror series Adrian's Undead Diary is here at long last. Tap-tap-tap went the zombie on the bridge. Things are getting stranger and stranger ...

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Introducing W.J. Lundy: Soldier, Sailor, Author

Introducing W.J. Lundy: Soldier, Sailor, Author

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I have always been a story teller, but I never considered writing as a profession. In school I had won a couple writing awards, but nothing significant enough to make me ...

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Robert Kent Annoys Christians (And Zombies)

Robert Kent Annoys Christians (And Zombies)

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I grew up in a small Indiana town. We had a movie theater and a bowling alley; the movie theater burned down.  But we had a lot of churches. I never worried much about the ...

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Behind The Scenes Of ‘Steel Rose’

Behind The Scenes Of ‘Steel Rose’

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Before I wrote Steel Rose, I had severe arthritis in both wrists and needed surgery. I wished that science could invent an easy operation or drug to rebuild my cartilage. Well, I ...

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Three Titans Of Zombie Fiction Collaborate On Six Part Novella: ‘The Retreat’

Three Titans Of Zombie Fiction Collaborate On Six Part Novella: ‘The Retreat’

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I want to start by offering my apologies, as it seems that I slept through the release of: The Retreat Episode #1: Pandemic. The first episode, in a six-part novella by Craig ...

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An Interview With Bryan Way

An Interview With Bryan Way

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Stephanie Lunsford, Promotional Representative of Monique Happy Editorial Services, interviews Bryan Way, author of Life After: The Arising! Stephanie Lunsford: Tell me a ...

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Michele Miller Introduces ‘The Thirteenth Step: Zombie Recovery’

Michele Miller Introduces ‘The Thirteenth Step: Zombie Recovery’

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New York is a dead city, toxic and overrun. Seven people escape.  They have one thing in common: the alcoholic gene. The same genetic quirk that makes alcoholics and ...

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Sarah Shares Love in the Time of Zombies

Sarah Shares Love in the Time of Zombies

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I’ve liked post-apocalyptic fiction since I was a kid, when my dad handed me Malevil the summer before fifth grade. Hey, what dad doesn’t give his nine-year old daughter a book ...

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Book Review: ‘The Savage Dead’ by Joe McKinney

Book Review: ‘The Savage Dead’ by Joe McKinney

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With all the breathtaking suspense and action of a summer movie thriller, The Savage Dead reads like Under Siege meets Resident Evil. With a diverse cast of characters whose ...

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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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‘Dead Pulse’ By A.M. Esmonde

‘Dead Pulse’ By A.M. Esmonde

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The world’s focus is on the city of Ravenswood and the once idyllic town of Farmore as platoons and scattered survivors fight the hordes of the dead, unbeknownst one of them holds ...

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Brian Parker Presents ‘Gnash’

Brian Parker Presents ‘Gnash’

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Brian Parker is currently an Active Duty Army soldier stationed at Fort Hood, Texas.  He grew up in a military family, so it was natural for him to follow in his father’s ...

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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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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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Sean Liebling Breaks Barriers In Apocalyptic Fiction

Sean Liebling Breaks Barriers In Apocalyptic Fiction

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In 1968, the movie Night of the Living Dead showed us just how popular zombies are as a cult craze. But could zombies actually occur in real life? I grew up in the generation ...

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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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Rusty Fischer: 3 Reasons We’ll Always Have Zombies

Rusty Fischer: 3 Reasons We’ll Always Have Zombies

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Not so long ago, when I was just starting out writing paranormal YA novels – we’re talking less than five years ago – I was hard-pressed to find a zombie novel on the YA shelves ...

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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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‘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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Eva Gordon: Putting The Romance Into The Zombie Apocalypse

Eva Gordon: Putting The Romance Into The Zombie Apocalypse

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I’m an author of fantasy, paranormal romance, steampunk and dystopian stories. Books currently published or soon to be published are in the werewolf romance subgenre. I have ...

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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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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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Kristen Middleton Is Dead Serious About Zombies

Kristen Middleton Is Dead Serious About Zombies

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I’m probably the last person you’d expect to write a zombie series. In fact, when I admit this, the people around me tend to give the old eyebrow arch and then almost always ask ...

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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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About R. Brandon Andersen

About R. Brandon Andersen

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I grew up in a cornfield in Nebraska. I wish that was a gross exaggeration, but in fact, my high school was literally in the middle of a cornfield. In college I wrote a ...

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Joe Talluto: ‘White Flag Of The Dead’ Series

Joe Talluto: ‘White Flag Of The Dead’ Series

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I had started my writing a long time ago, sticking to short stories and poems as they occurred to me. Even then, the stories were nothing I pursued, they simply were inside me ...

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Introducing Joseph Sweet Author Of ‘The Last Days’ Series

Introducing Joseph Sweet Author Of ‘The Last Days’ Series

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I knew I wanted to write when I was young but had no experience to draw from. I tried a few times between the ages of eight and eleven, but backed away from it for a while after ...

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About Jack Daw (The Author, Not The Bird)

About Jack Daw (The Author, Not The Bird)

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I’m a writer and artist with a passion for all that’s weird in fiction. The genres of fantasy and science-fiction are where my heart truly lies, but when it comes right down to ...

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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 Short Guide To Joe McKinney

A Short Guide To Joe McKinney

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I didn’t set out to become a writer. Growing up, I used to write the occasional spooky tale, drafting it out longhand with a cheap ball point pen on a yellow legal pad. Once 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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H.E. Goodhue Introduces ‘Zombie Youth’

H.E. Goodhue Introduces ‘Zombie Youth’

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What will the survivors do when the adults suddenly die? Worse yet, what will they do when they refuse to stay dead? So I don’t know about you, but that’s a question that ...

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Joseph Souza: ‘The Living Dead’ Series

Joseph Souza: ‘The Living Dead’ Series

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Joseph Souza has published short stories and essays in various literary journals throughout the country. In 2004 he was awarded the Andre Dubus Award in short fiction from the ...

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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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Bryan Way, Author Of ‘Life After: The Arising’

Bryan Way, Author Of ‘Life After: The Arising’

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Update: read the review of Bryan Way's novel Life After: The Arising! Though I grew up on the outskirts of Philadelphia, I never really grew up. This I owe to a ...

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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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