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Tales of Terror and Mayhem

A collection of terrifying stories from the rising stars of horror, including Jon Michael Kelley, Jeremy C. Shipp, Rebecca Besser, David C. Hayes, Doug Rinaldi, Tara Sayers, Scott Taylor, Craig Saunders, Steven Gepp, Hollie Snider, Gregory L. Norris and many more.

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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Are you prepared?

The zombie-pocolypse is coming, and even the government is preparing for it.  The CDC put this post out and, while the post is really about emergency preparedness, it does touch on the zombie-pocolypse.  Good advice can be found in this article.  I, however, would make sure to add a chainsaw, aluminum baseball bat, machete and a few other assorted weaspons to my arsenal.  After all, when the zombies arrive, I don’t want to be caught defenseless.  Who knew that the Left for Dead games were actually instructional videos?

http://blogs.cdc.publichealthmatters/2011/05/preparedness-101-zombie-apocolypse

Four Notes on Amazon

Okay, here’s a quick post advertising a friend of mine.  Mike Reid has a terrific story on Amazon right now. It’s titled “Four Notes” and can be found in the Kindle store.  The story’s $0.99 to download and is worth every penny (more, if you ask me.) If you download it, please review it.  And let me know what you think too.

Where Have I Been?

I’m trying to get better about posting updates. I swear I am, but for the last few weeks I have up to my, um . . . neck. Yeah, my neck, in zombie stories.  The Live and Let Undead anthology stories have gone through their first round of edits and some revisions have started to come in as well.  18 stories total in this one, and they’re all good.  The zombies aren’t the monsters here either, which I like.  The second round of edits will start soon.  Until then, I have submissions for the Wicked Women Writers anthology trickling in, and first round edits will start about the middle of May on those.  Then the submissions for the CSFWG anthology will start coming in.  Three anthologies to edit in less than 6 months.  That’s not bad at all. Right? And I have my own writing to work on. Or try to work on.  Lots of anthologies I want to submit to and a new novel that is demanding attention.  But it’s all good. I could be bored.

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