Category: New Release

Zombie Apocalypse Has Never Been This Funny

Suburban Zombie High is ranked #1 in Young Adult Scary New Releases and #1 in Young Adult Dystopian Releases. It’s holding the top 5 in both categories and has an impressive 4.6 Stars on Amazon. Overall, this book is doing pretty darned well!

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Boxford High pranksters cause a chemistry lab to go wrong and students are forced to face something far worse than S.A.T.’s and cafeteria lunches – an infection that turns students into zombies scouring the halls for survivors.

A group of unlikely companions; an artistic goth, star-athlete jock, disgruntled loner, would-be marine, sassy cheerleader, and angry Asian, set aside their homework to fend off the zombie apocalypse. As they fight through locker rooms and dance their way across the theater, they find surviving zombies may be more difficult than puberty.

Now they must set aside homework and bake sale fundraisers to fend off the zombie apocalypse before the infection reaches beyond the walls of their suburban high school.

A special shout out to Suzanne Lahna for editing this book and to Paul Chapman for helping develop the concept behind the covers. Suburban Zombie High: The Reunion is slated to be released on July 1st and the finale Suburban Zombie High: Final Class is set to be released on August 1st, both are available on Amazon for pre-sale.

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New in the Children of Nostradamus Series

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The latest release in the Children of Nostradamus features the world and characters before the events of Nighthawks. In a collection of twelve stories, Morning Sun follows each of the individuals in a world overrun by corruption and government conspiracies. Before they were heroes drawn together with letters penned by a psychic, they fought to survive in a crumbling society.

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Northern Frights: Maine’s Newest Horror Anthology

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Last year I stayed busy. When I wasn’t writing science fiction I was dipping into the horror genre and experimenting with how well I could scare myself through writing. I had stories accepted for the New England Horror Writers Anthology, Wicked Witches, Chris Philbrook accepted a story into Only The Light We Make, and lastly I had a story accepted by the Horror Writers of Maine. Northern Frights features horror within the boundaries of the state of Maine.

My story, Purgatory Junction features a young girl who finds herself trapped in a frightening situation in an abandoned train station. Having seen the building my entire young adult life, I never actually set foot inside the very heart of my hometown. The railroad yard and train station were primary elements featured in I.Am.Maine. Trying to keep it as close to the real building, I had help from my mother and local towns people. I also discovered my grandmother served as a warrant officer for the railroad. All of this played into the story and helped develop a tribute to the town that raised me, with a twist of horror of course.

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