I’m so excited to announce my short story ZOMBIE KIBOSH CREW is published in the UNDEAD TALES 2 anthology. Ivy, identical twins Dima and Vitaly, and Cherie venture into a zombie infested St. Louis to rescue survivors. It’s Ivy’s first time returning to her hometown since Z-day. Can she overcome the emotional turmoil it triggers? Or will she suffer a breakdown that will cost lives?
Zombies are real. Don’t believe me, check out this post by Laura Diamond, board certified psychiatrist, blogger, author. This post freaked me out! You should read it too, so we can all be disturbed together.
UNDEAD TALES 2 is available for only $3.99 in the Kindle version or print on Amazon.com (please click over and “LIKE” it to show your support), on Smashwords in a variety of formats, and through createspace in print format. I’ll post an update when the Barnes & Noble version is available.
While you’re out in cyberspace, check out Laura’s short story CITY OF LIGHT AND STONE in the DAY OF DEMON anthology.
My writer’s group, Novel Clique, and I have finally finished editing October Nightmares and Dreams for the Midwest Children’s Authors Guild. It features 14 children’s/YA short stories and 2 poems. My YA short story Blink, about the only female werewolf Huntress, will appear in the anthology.
Here’s a sneak peek at the back cover blurb:
Beware, Halloween is upon us. Soon, handkerchiefs may come to life and ghosts may appear to hinder or help. You may hear the eerie quiet of an orange grove and the rustling and moaning of a cornfield. Watch for stingy tricksters on the prowl and double-crossing siblings and friends who scatter at the first sign of trouble. Meet monsters that lurk on bedroom doors, hide inside closets, perch on porches, and linger in the mountains. If you’re brave enough, face your worst nightmare in a dark forest.
Then, tell yourself it’s only Halloween. October Nightmares and Dreams presents a collection of stories and poems for children and young adults. Within these pages, you take a spooky journey through the stories and poems by authors of the Midwest Children’s Authors Guild.
For a sneak peek at Blink click here and scroll down.