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    {Review} Year of the Dead: Book 2 by Ray Wallace

    Year of the Dead: Book 2 by Ray Wallace Published by Severed Press on Feb 7th 2017 Genres: Zombies, Horror, Apocalyptic Pages: 192 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads Humanity's worst nightmare is far from over... Three months have passed since the outbreak—the pandemic giving rise to the vast army of the undead. In that time, civilization has collapsed. Towns have been overrun, cities reduced to smoldering remains. Among the ruins, there are survivors. For them, each day presents some new danger, some unforeseen challenge as, all the while, the zombie threat grows ever larger. And so continues the Year of the Dead. Ray Wallace returns with the second book…

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    {Review} Swan Song by Robert McCammon

    Swan Song by Robert McCammon Published by Brilliance Audio Genres: Fantasy, Fiction, Horror, Paranormal, Supernatural, Thrillers Pages: 856 Format: Audiobook Buy on Amazon Goodreads McCammon’s epic bestselling novel about a girl psychic struggling to survive in the aftermath of a nuclear holocaust Something flashes in nine-year-old Swan’s brain, telling her that trouble is coming. Maybe it’s her mother, fed up with her current boyfriend and ready to abandon their dismal trailer park and seek a new home. But something far worse is on the horizon. Death falls from the sky—nuclear bombs which annihilate American civilization. Though Swan survives the blast, this young psychic’s war is just beginning. As the survivors try to…

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    {Review} Time of Death: Induction by Shana Festa

    I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.by Shana Festa Published by Permuted Press Genres: Apocalyptic Pages: 222 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Emma, the main character, is the driving force behind this apocalyptic zombie read. With her snarkety attitude, the love of her dog, Daphne, and her adoring husband, Jake, Emma must make choices that can be life or death for herself and others as other survivors come together to survive a horde of the undead.No one, and I mean no one, is safe.The story was tight and…

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    {Guest Post} On Writing: Choosing the Apocalypse by Nicholas Smith

    by Nicholas Sansbury Smith A few days ago I wrote a blog post about why I think Americans are obsessed with the apocalypse (link here). But I never explained why I am—and I never explained why I choose to write in this genre.   I’ll start with the “ever since I was a kid,” cliché. Because honestly, my fascination with the apocalypse started when I was about 8. There’s no denying the fact my Friday night routine was nerdy. It started with a trip to Toy’s R Us for the newest Star Wars figurine. From there my parents would take me to Great Midwestern Café for a Tuna Salad Croissant. And finally…