Bill Nelson can be contacted by sending an email to bill at wezombie dot com.
Hi, I just thought you ought to know about 2.8 Hours Later. Really popular city-wide street chase game in the UK.
I would love to have you review my book, Value of Jade. It is the sequel to Mace of the Apocalypse, but can be read on its own.
The world has been decimated by a powerful toxin that kills quickly and then reanimates the dead. A small pocket of survivors struggle to create a safe zone in Kansas, knowing that time is running out. Sarah Thompson, one of their members, is having visions. What she sees terrifies her. Something is coming. Something very, very, bad…
Meanwhile, three months after the final battle with a teenage gang, Mace Marconi has recovered enough to lead his group towards the safe zone in Overland Park, KS. A promise was made by his fiance, Jade, to deliver an antidote and she is determined to have her baby away from the horrors of San Francisco. The road is filled with danger, however, and the odds are not in their favor. Zombies rule the landscape and death is everywhere.
What none of them know is that the infection has mutated and it’s now much, much, worse…
If you are interested, I’d love to get a copy in your hands. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Thanks for We Zombie. Always cool stuff.
Shamless plug: My music partner and I are big zombie buffs and we wrote and recorded a zombie rock song, Zombies Are in My Backyard, its on youtube at:
I think you would enjoy it.
I’m the publisher of Horror on the Installment Plan, and in my real life I write horror. I have a young adult dystopian zombie novel called “Love Zombies of San Diego.” Perhaps you can do a review for your readers/walkers?
My name is Kyle West, and my co-author Jelani Sims and I are interested in having our zombie book, Night of the Necromancer, reviewed on your site. We feel it would be perfect content for your site while giving our book some more exposure.
To describe our book, it’s an 80,000 word choose your own adventure. In the book a mysterious necromancer uses his evil powers to raise the dead in his quest to destroy the world in a zombie apocalypse. As the protagonist, you have the chance to run or stop him, all the while dodging and fighting the fearsome horde that obeys him utterly.
Besides being a throwback to the CYOA genre of the eighties, Night of the Necromancer has a more mature spin – there’s blood, guts, and gore galore and death is always waiting around the next corner. There are five possible good endings, and the rest are some hundred death scenes, from being mauled by the zombies, getting locked in walk-in freezer, or drowning in quicksand.
The book has been out since early January and despite it’s limited release, it has three positive reviews on Amazon. It has been published on Kindle and the Nook, and print copies are also available through Amazon.
Jelani and I would be thrilled to give you a free copy and have it reviewed on your site. We would also be happy to do an interview or anything else you might need.
Thank you very much for giving this letter time and thought, I look forward to your response.
That would be cool. I love choose your own adventure books – the only problem is that you wind up reading them like 40 times because you always want to go back and see “what if I chose…” – it’s a lot of fun. I’ll get in touch.
Thanks for the write up about our event, I really hope you can make it out this fall to see it in person. If you can let me know I will set you up with tickets and a tour.
My partner and I are putting everything we have into this venture and are making every effort to produce the best experience possible.
On a side note the LLC of Overkill Entertainment is still pending approval from the state, so that name may change, as for the Overkill website you linked to, its not us, a music producer of some sort but nothing to do with us.
Thanks again and hope to see later this year,
Sorry about the link to the wrong website – I have removed the links. Thanks for the offer of a tour if I get out there. I would really enjoy it and perhaps I could get a few pictures for the fans out there. I’ll definitely keep in touch and keep an eye on the site for news. Best of luck to you and your partner in getting this going – we’re all looking forward to it!
Loved your article and the video keep the good stuff coming! Just wanted to drop a line and say Hello!
Hey there. I saw your article about the film. I have a review screener available online. It’s a pre-release copy, as the audio and color timing aren’t completed, and some of the cuts and edits will be trimmed around, but for the most part it’s basically what you’d see at a festival or event. If you’d be interested in it for a review, let me know. Thanks a lot!
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