Made it to the end of another week. Anybody think this has been a fast year? In Atlanta it’s still hot out, but signs of fall have made their appearance in stores (anybody ready for pumpkin latte or pumpkin Cheerios?).
I’ve had a strange week, worked away from home for a few days. So I’ll be putting in extra time this weekend to get caught up. Before I slink into the old cave, let’s see what’s on the book trailer shelf.
(WARNING: This zombie apocalypse end of the world novel from M.D. Massey is chock full of post-apocalyptic werewolves, post-apocalyptic vampires, post-apocalyptic shifters, and other things that go bump in the long dark night of a vampire apocalypse. THEM: Gabby’s Run can be read as a stand-alone novel, or as an introduction to the world of THEM…)
Gabby Mendoza just wants to be a normal teenage girl. Unfortunately, she’s facing some serious obstacles in the “normal” department…
For one, she’s living out the zombie apocalypse in an underground bunker. Second, she’s been raised by her crazy ex-CIA uncle to be a petite zombie-killing machine.
And third—she’s not entirely human.
Now, Gabby has to help her borderline sociopathic uncle track down the one person who might be able to save the world from the paranormal apocalypse… before a werewolf or some other undead nightmare finds him first.
It’s a good thing Gabby packed plenty of ammo, because she’s gonna need it.
“THEM: Gabby’s Run” is an adrenaline-fueled romp through a post-apocalyptic Western world terrorized by zombies, vampires, werewolves, and violent supernatural creatures that would make H.P. Lovecraft check under the bed.
If you’re a fan of paranormal fantasy, zombie apocalypse end of the world novels, or post-apocalyptic werewolves and vampires, you’ll love spending time with Gabby Mendoza while she cuts her teeth as a zombie hunter.
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About the Author
What I Write…
Don’t you hate it when you pick up a book that claims to be an action-packed novel, only to read the first few pages and wonder, “When’s the action going to start?”
Me too! So, I try to write stories that grab you by the throat and put you on the edge of your seat from page one. I write twisted, Southern-fried zompoc novels set in a dystopian near-future Texas where the dead walk and the things that go bump in the night are looking for a midnight snack… and humans are tops on the menu.
About Me (Me, Me, Me!)
I’ve been a voracious reader since I was in grade school (I read The Iliad in the second grade – my mom had to convince the town librarian that I’d actually be able to read it because she didn’t want to let me check it out). After about the fiftieth time I finished a book and thought, “I could do better than this!”, I started writing fiction in my spare time.
What makes me want to keep writing fiction is the feedback I get from my readers. When I hear them say things like “Please tell me there’s more!” or “Wow, I don’t like to read, but your book really sucked me in” then I know I’ve done my job.
That makes it all worth while, and it keeps me writing the next chapter.
I’ve been a soldier, an emergency room technician, a fitness trainer, a truck driver, a martial arts instructor, a cook, a consultant, a web designer, and a security professional. (In other words, I bore easily.)
I also spent six weeks in law school before deciding that, if I was going to lie for a living, I’d do it honestly as a fiction writer.
I live in Austin, Texas with my family and a huge American Bulldog who keeps me company while I write the sort of books that I like to read.
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Have a great weekend!