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The Page Space in a Series #SummerZombie

by Jay Wilburn The smart money is on writing a series. Maybe the smart money is on not writing zombies or not writing at all, but if a person is already hopelessly committed to writing, then the smart money is on a series. Committed readers often gravitate to a series over standalone novels because once …

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Stupid Choices #SummerZombie

by Jay Wilburn This is one of the funny things about humans and real life. In many situations we observe, we try to imagine what we would do which leads to us thinking what we would do differently. It is a version of “Monday morning quarterbacking.”  We see the consequences of an event and then …

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Heroes of Their Own Stories #SummerZombie

by Jay Wilburn Every good apocalypse struggles with coming up with a great Big Bad. The villain needs to provide the right challenge for the heroes and interest for the audience. They can be crazy or zealots of their own system. That excuses a lot of bad behavior which fits perfectly into an apocalypse. Their …

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Life on Both Sides of a Story #SummerZombie

by Jay Wilburn I started writing book 4 of the Dead Song Legend series in fall of 2016. I finished it in spring of 2017. That seems simple enough. At the beginning of the book, I was in stage 4 kidney failure. When I finished, I had a renal transplant and was healthy for the …

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Jekyll Island Comic Con Preview

by Jay Wilburn I’m very excited to be joining Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda at Jekyll Island Comic Con on December 10 – 11. Chuck Buda is driving down from Jersey a couple days before. He’s picking me up and then we are on our way down to Jacksonville to spend some time before, during, …

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Fast and Dirty Christmas Shopping List for Horror fans

by Jay Wilburn We could list off every book that has been released this year. I could also list off all the stuff I’ve done which I might profit from. I’ll do that too in the second half of the list because it is my list, but I’ll break the first half of the list …

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Thad David & JL Koszarek | Divide Then Conquer Book 1 | Winter of Zombie 2016

“Birth of a Zombie” a bonus story by Thad David & JL Koszarek #WinterZombie

by Thad David and JL Koszarek Sarah Grace looked down at her new born baby, her only baby, sleeping on her chest as she rocked back and forth in the chair her parents had given them.  She had always dreamed it would feel this good but never thought she would have this chance.  She was …

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Jaime Johnesee | Bob the Tacoholic | Winter of Zombie 2016

“TPS Reports and Zombies” a bonus story by Jaime Johnesee #WinterZombie

by Jaime Johnesee She crouched in the corner of her cubicle hoping they wouldn’t see her, praying soundlessly that they couldn’t hear her heart beating over the loud cpu fan at her desk above her. They didn’t seem to be looking at anything in particular but noises and smells seemed to excite them. She’d been …

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Summary of Winter of Zombie 2016 Riding off Into The Sunset Destroying the Evidence Leave it All Behind post #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn We have reached the end of another tour, but our favorite undead monster keeps finding strength in numbers and keeps shambling on and on and on and … I want to thank Armand Rosamilia for trusting me to take the reins of the tours he worked so hard over so many years …

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Alumni Post — the Winter of Zombie 2016 tribute to authors of SOZ and WOZ past — Where are they now?!

by Jay Wilburn As of the the end of this tour, Armand Rosamilia will have been doing the zombie tours for over five years now as a host or a featured author. He began with the Summer of Zombie tours and the Winter of Zombie tours have been running almost as long. Some years he …

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