I'm very happy and honored to announce that Rotter World was voted as the September pick for the book of the month within the Zombie Book of the Month Club. I want to thank everyone who voted for it. I also want to give a shout out to all the other writers who were in the running. There is some great talent and awesome books on that list, and I wish them them all the best of luck in the future.
Great things are ahead for us.
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I owe the title and the concept to my daughter Maddy. Every time I made a dad joke, or me or the dogs did something stupid, my daughter would shake her head and say, "This is why we can't have nice things." The idea slowly came to me of how would a typical lower middle class family fare during the zombie apocalypse. Better than expected, but not as suave as in the movies.
I'll publish an excerpt from the novella next weekend. The scheduled release date is 1 August. I'll let you know when it's available for pre-order.
Fifty years ago today one of the most incredible events in history occurred, a moment many people had only dreamed about and many more thought could never be achieved. And they did it with computers that generated less capacity than an average cell phone. The three heroes who undertook this dangerous adventure -- Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins -- did so knowing that one mistake could strand them in space forever. With that first step, race, religion, politics, and sexual orientation no longer mattered. In that moment, we were all citizens of the planet Earth.
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From my short story "Cruise of the Living Dead":
"Maybe this is not an infectious outbreak after all.” Reverend Stiles advanced toward the captain, summoning his courage. “Perhaps we’re witnessing some sort of miracle, a divine retribution to punish us for our sins.”
“You can’t be serious?”
“Doubt if you want,” Reverend Stiles responded accusatorily. “But if you’ve read the Bible, you’d realize resurrection is a common theme. Lazarus was brought back to life. And Jesus himself rose from the dead on the third day.”"I do read the Bible. I just don’t recall Jesus rising from the dead and then eating his disciples.”