RoadKill – A Short Story

As previously announced, my new zombie short story ‘RoadKill’ is now ready for reading on Wattpad. This one is a little bit different from my zombie short fiction debut ‘The Run’ as it is more concerned with creating a voice and tackling a very personal and emotional perspective of the zombie apocalypse. Anyway, let me know what you think (either on Wattpad or in the … Continue reading RoadKill – A Short Story

How To Write ‘Infected Books’ With David Moody

So, the Horror Writers Podcast had indie horror writer David Moody over for a casual chat in episode #18. Whilst I don’t agree with Moody when he says that the zombie genre is past it’s best (I am paraphrasing), I do think that the man has an interesting story to share with aspiring writers… Continue reading How To Write ‘Infected Books’ With David Moody

Creature Feature: Zombie-Rachel

Meet Rachel, a new-born zombie  ready to devour the first-best unfortunate human she can get hold of. One of the leading ladies in the gripping short story ‘The Run’, I proudly present an excerpt for your reading pleasure:

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Teaching an Old Zombie New Tricks

So, I finished my zombie short story ‘The Run’. I was sooooo proud of myself.

The following day I sat down to edit. I spent the better part of a week going through it.

Then I locked it away for a couple of days. Continue reading “Teaching an Old Zombie New Tricks”

5 Good Reasons Why Writers Should Have a Heart for Zombies

There are two types of writers in the world: those who write as close to reality as possible, and those who write as far removed from reality as possible.

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