Monthly Archives: December 2013

“Still Dying 2” #zombie #anthology Out Now!

As I promised in a previous post ( http://tinyurl.com/o2selrx ) Still Dying 2 is now available. I’m going to let Armand tell you about it and give you the links.

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STILL DYING 2

Zombie Anthology

 

Nine authors… Ten stories… nothing but zombie horror!

Dying Days creator Armand Rosamilia invited eight incredible authors to set foot in his world, and the results are creepy and the anthology a page-turner. Enter this zombie apocalypse… if you dare.

 

How Me And Bozy Became Dads by Patrick C. Greene

A road side inmate clean-up crew find themselves caught in the middle just as a plague takes hold of the city. Small time hoods Randall and Bozy find freedom—which just became worse than imprisonment.

 

Gator Aid by Frank Edler

Can a popular Floridian tourist trap survive and thrive as an attraction during the end of civilization?

 

The Trap Line by Sean Slagle

Spencer, his sister, and her boyfriend have been hiding safely in a hunting cabin since the beginning of the apocalypse. But all of that changes when another family of…

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First “Still Dying” book on sale for 99 cents! #zombies

I posted yesterday about the Dying Days Anthology I will be in this week( https://blindoggbooks.wordpress.com/2013/12/03/still-dying-after-all-these-years-with-apologies-to-paul-simon/ )..you owe it to yourself to check out the first anthology in the series. Especially since it’s only $.99

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Since the second Still Dying book will be out this coming weekend I thought it appropriate to put the first one on sale for a few days only, at 99 cents… so get ’em while they’re hot!    

Thirteen zombie tales set in the world of the “Dying Days” series… stories about old friends and new, including Tosha Shorb, David Monsour, Steve ‘The Breeze’ Brack, Russ ‘Madman’ Meyer, Jeff Beesler, Morris Chambers, Michael Ross, and many more! 

Plus, includes an unedited preview of the forthcoming “Dying Days: Origins” novella featuring Tosha Shorb. 

40,000 words of zombie intensity… welcome once again to “Dying Days”…

STILL DYING: SELECT SCENES FROM DYING DAYS  

And Coming This Weekend…

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Best Served Cold – A New Novel from Tawdra Kandle

 

By Tawdra Kandle

Sometimes revenge is your only choice. . .

Julia worked for weeks planning the perfect surprise birthday party for her boyfriend, Liam, but that night, she was the one who got the biggest shock. He broke up with her in front of all their friends, humiliating her in the process.

Clearly revenge was in order.

The plan is simple. Make him jealous, win him back, and then crush his heart. Fair is fair. However, there is one little hiccup and he has curly brown hair and dimples.

Jesse is everything she wants. With him, she could almost forget her bruised heart. Almost. Julia has one choice: let Liam walk away after everything he did, or lose a chance at love in pursuit of payback.

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Tawdra Kandle has been a writer since pens were invented. Her first published story appeared in Child Life magazine when she was 13 years old. She took a brief hiatus of about thirty years to hone her craft, get married and have four children before publishing the young adult quartet The King Series. She has since published books in both the adult and new adult romantic genre. Tawdra lives in Florida with her husband and children, both skin and fur-types. Oh, and yes–she has purple hair.

 

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Still Dying After All These Years (with apologies to Paul Simon)

If you had asked me 18 months ago if I thought I would ever read a zombie book, let alone participate in the writing of one, I would have laughed at you (but not in a mean way).

If you had asked me…I’d owe you a big apology, because not only have I read a few, my name now appears on the covers of 3…as a contributing author!

It all began when I met zombie/horror writer Armand Rosamilia.

Thanks to our shared love of writing, as well as the Boston Red Sox (that’s the 2013 World Series Champion Red Sox) and the Oakland Raiders, we established an immediate rapport and it wasn’t long before discussions about a collaborative effort began.

The first result was Dying Days: The Siege of European Village, released in December of 2012. Siege was an extension of Armand’s already popular Dying Days series (read about it here) and we had so much fun writing it that we decided to write a sequel.

Siege 1&2

Dying Days: Siege 2, released in November of 2013, continued the story we had begun a year earlier, and it was just as much fun to write (you can read about that one here).

As if that weren’t enough, Mando asked me to contribute to his second Dying Days anthology.

Even though we were friends, and even though we had co-written two novellas, the request was an unexpected honor. I was being given an opportunity to add a short story to Still Dying 2 – joining some premier horror authors like Patrick Greene, Brent Abell and Mark Tufo – just to name a few.

Still Dying 2 is now available in e-book and print – here are the links:

Click here for e-book

Click here for print

My contribution to the book is a story called Dying Days: Angel.

It tells the story of a woman named Angel, who must escape her own home to avoid the zombie hordes roaming her quiet St. Augustine neighborhood. Angel is a character from the first Siege novella and I tied my short story into that story – so there’s a bit of a continuity thing going on.

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I’m very pleased with my story, but I’m sure it’s far from the best one in the collection – which is why I highly recommend you grab yourself a copy of this anthology. It’s a great collection of short stories…it will introduce you to several gifted horror authors…it will give you an introduction to the Dying Days world and, last, but not least…it will be the perfect thing to read on those long, dark, stormy winter nights…

As always – thank you for reading

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