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The Case for Mark Ailes | Winter of Zombie 2016

The Case for Mark Ailes #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn We are excited to have Mark Ailes back on the Winter of Zombie tour where he returns from the 2016 Summer of Zombie tour. Here is his previous “case for” from that tour. As the spots for featured authors filled up this year, we got down to the final selections. We had …

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The Case for Thad David | Winter of Zombie 2016

The Case for Thad David #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn Thad David was in a ship off the coast of west Africa. They were providing security for other ships so they wouldn’t get hijacked. This was during a previous presidential election cycle and David was growing weary of the back and forth hatred he was seeing as he dealt with real dangers …

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The Case for Alathia Morgan | Winter of Zombie 2016

The Case for Alathia Morgan #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn Alathia Morgan is not new to writing, but she has only recently tried her hand at the zombie genre. The Summer and Winter of Zombie tours work hard to balance our veteran writers and classic zombie interpretations with new voices to the genre and unusual takes on the trope. Morgan falls more …

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The Case for Brice Chandler | Winter of Zombie 2016

The Case for Brice Chandler #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn Brice Chandler has been a fan of the post-apocalyptic ever since he watched his first Mad Max film as a kid. Zombies have always been his biggest fear as a kid though. The country home he grew up in was within sight of a cemetery. It was secluded and exposed – the …

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The Case for Jessica Gomez | Winter of Zombie 2016

The Case for Jessica Gomez #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn Jessica Gomez started a very personal story of characters struggling to survive a deadly zombie apocalypse in what would become her signature series. Fans that have caught onto what Gomez is putting out there in the genre get hooked. Her writing and her take on zombies and her characters does not lose …

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The Case for PA Douglas | Winter of Zombie 2016

The Case For PA Douglas #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn PA Douglas has interesting stories to tell just from the life he has led even if he never put a word down on paper. He is quite a prolific writer though I think partly because he has a lot to say. His stories are interesting and engaging because he is still having …

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The Case for Dane Hatchell | Winter of Zombie 2016

The Case for Dane Hatchell #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn Dane Hatchell has a well-established career in horror and zombies in particular. Much of his work has a sci fi flare to it that I associate with my favorite adventure stories. His style is deep and thought provoking too though. The premises he tackles and the twists he puts on the genre …

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The Case for Greg Ferrell | Winter of Zombie 2016

The Case for Greg Ferrell #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn Greg Ferrell has been on the zombie tours before. He is in an interesting phase of his writing career where he has developed enough skill and awareness of his voice as a writer to attempt a reset of sorts. He is going back to rerelease his Humanity’s Hope series with Devil Dog …

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The Case for Jaime Johnesee | Winter of Zombie 2016

The Case for Jaime Johnesee #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn Jaime Johnesee is a returning author to the Summer and Winter of Zombie cycles. Her Bob stories have made appearances more than once along the way. As many readers know, Bob is a sentient and optimistic character. The stories are humorous and quite different from most of what zombie fans encounter out …

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The Case for EE Isherwood | Winter of Zombie 2016

The Case For EE Isherwood #WinterZombie

by Jay Wilburn EE Isherwood has six books out in his signature Sirens of the Zombie Apocalypse series at this point. There is about a 2 year span in the time it took him to write between the first and sixth book, Zombies Ever After. I think book one Since the Sirens is a great …

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