Tag Archive | Zombies

Zombie Apocalypse Love Story Novellas

Title: Zombie Apocalypse Love Story Novellas
Author: Kate L Mary
Genre: Post-Apocalyptic Romance
Publisher: Twisted Press
Sale Dates: February 11th-14th
Regular Price: $2.99
Sale Price: $0.99
 
Blurb:
“A wonderful, quick read…”
Like a little steam with your apocalypse? Then celebrate Valentine’s Day with some apocalyptic love stories! Seven novellas on sale February 11th-14th for only $0.99 each. “I found that some good can come out of a zombie apocalypse…”
More than Survival
Fighting for a Future
Playing the Odds
The Key to Survival
The Things We Cannot Change
Surviving the Storm
No Looking Back
Find love during the zombie apocalypse with these quick, entertaining, and steamy reads.
“I think these books just continue to get better, and surpass my expectations with each one!”
 
Kate L. Mary is an award-winning author of New Adult and Young Adult fiction, ranging from Post-apocalyptic tales of the undead, to Speculative Fiction and Contemporary Romance. Her YA book, When We Were Human, was the 2015 Children’s Moonbeam Book Awards Silver Medal Winner for Young Adult Fantasy/Sci-Fi Fiction, and the 2016 Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal Winner for Young Adult Science Fiction, and her dystopian novel, Outliers, was a Top 10 Finalist in the 2018 Author Academy Awards for Sci-Fi/Fantasy, and the Winner in the 2018 Kindle Book Awards for Sci-Fi/Fantasy.
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More than Survival
Fighting for a Future
Playing the Odds
The Key to Survival
The Things We Cannot Change
Surviving the Storm
No Looking Back
 

Apocalyptic Beginnings

Title: Apocalyptic Beginnings
Genre: Post-Apocalyptic/Zombie
Cover Designer: Covers by Christian
Publisher: Grivante & The Reanimated Writers
Publication Date: July 16th, 2018
 
Blurb:
“ZOMBIES… SURVIVAL… TERROR!
The Reanimated Writers bring you this HUGE collection of zombie apocalypse fiction from 13 of today’s hottest zompoc authors, including New York Times and USA Today Best-Sellers! This is a limited time release… grab your copy now!”
Totaling over 1 million words and billions of zombies, this collection will keep you clutching your pillow as you read until the light of dawn!
The set includes
THEM by M.D. Massey
Mutation Z 1&2 By Marilyn Peake
Taking on the Dead by Annie Walls
Broken World by Kate L. Mary
Shattered Lives Book 1: Broken Dreams by Rissa Blakeley
Mom’s Against Zombies By Alathia Paris Morgan
Since the Sirens by EE Isherwood
Only the Dead Don’t Die By A.D. Popovich
100 Days in Deadland By Rachel Aukes
Highway Z – Genesis By Ana Nix
Afflicted: Patient Zero By Derek Shupert
Rising Ash By R.G. Westerman
Empty Bodies By Zach Bohannon
“If you enjoy zombie apocalypse fiction and books like World War Z and Day by Day Armageddon, then you’ll love this 13-volume collection of bloody, gore-filled zompoc goodness. Grab your copy and start reading the hottest authors in zombie horror today!”
 
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Participating Authors: 
Kate L. Mary
M.D. Massey
Annie Walls
Rissa Blakeley
Alathia Paris Morgan
E.E. Isherwood
A.D. Popovich
Rachel Aukes
Ana Nix
Derek Shupert
R.G. Westerman
Zach Bohannon
 
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Broken World

Title: Broken World
Author: Kate L Mary
Genre: Post-Apocalyptic
Blurb:
Follow a group of survivors on a journey that spans eleven books and twenty years as they search for safety in a world overrun by the dead…
When a deadly virus sweeps the country, Vivian sets out for California in hopes of seeing the daughter she gave up for adoption. Then her car breaks down and she’s faced with a choice: give up or accept a ride from redneck brothers, Angus and Axl. Vivian knows getting in the car with strangers is a risk, but with time running out, she’s willing to do whatever it takes to reach her daughter.
The virus is spreading, and by the time the group makes it to California, most of the population has already been wiped out. When the dead start coming back, Vivian and the others realize that no electricity or running water are the least of their concerns. Now Vivian must learn how to be a mom under the most frightening circumstances, cope with Angus’s aggressive mood swings, and sort out her growing attraction to his brooding younger brother, Axl.
While searching for a safe place to go, the group meets a pompous billionaire who may be the answer to all their problems. Trusting him means going into the middle of the Mojave Desert and possibly risking their lives, but with the streets overrun and nowhere else to turn, he might be their only chance for survival…
Kate L. Mary is an award-winning author of New Adult and Young Adult fiction, ranging from Post-apocalyptic tales of the undead, to Speculative Fiction and Contemporary Romance. Her YA book, When We Were Human, was the 2015 Children’s Moonbeam Book Awards Silver Medal Winner for Young Adult Fantasy/Sci-Fi Fiction, and the 2016 Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal Winner for Young Adult Science Fiction.
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Shattered World: https://amzn.to/2Jm14No
 
Movement catches my eye. My heart goes into double time when my head jerks up. There’s a man across the street, walking slowly up the hill. He has his head bowed and he stares at the ground.
“A man,” I say, pointing at him.
Axl looks over and we both stand quietly for a few seconds, just watching him. He’s alone and unarmed, but my heart still pounds. We should just walk away. Leave him alone.
Axl cups his hands around his mouth and shouts, “Hey!”
The man stops and lifts his head, but he doesn’t look around. He just stands there. I hold my breath while we wait for him to respond, to acknowledge us in some way. But he doesn’t. He doesn’t do anything. After a few seconds he starts walking again. The same sluggish pace as before: his head down, his arms slack and swinging at his sides. It’s creepy.
“Guess he don’t want company,” Axl says.
I nod, but something inside me tightens. It makes me think of that man we saw in the field a few days ago. He was walking the same way. Aimless. Defeated. There’s something unnerving about it.
My scalp tingles and the sensation of being watched sweeps over me. “Let’s get back inside.”
We walk into the lobby and both freeze in our tracks at the sight of a woman standing there. She’s wearing a uniform—looks like housekeeping—and stands perfectly still, staring at the ground. She slowly raises her head and I suck in a deep breath. She’s sick. Her face is pale and gray, her skin droops and her eyes are cloudy. She looks awful. Death can’t be too far away.
“Son of a bitch,” Axl mutters, pulling his gun out. His body goes rigid and his hands even shake a little.
“What’s wrong?”
“That’s the maid.”
What does he mean? She’s wearing a uniform; it’s obvious she’s a maid. “What?”
“The maid we took the key from,” he says, stepping back. “She was dead.”
I laugh a little, but it comes out strained and nervous. I can’t process what he’s saying. She’s clearly alive. She’s standing in front of us, staring at us.
“You’re wrong,” I say.
“I ain’t wrong,” he growls, grabbing my arm and trying to pull me back.
I shake him off and take a small step forward. “She’s sick.”
“Vivian, get back!”
I move forward again. “Are you okay? Can we help you?”
She doesn’t talk, but she tilts her head to the side and studies me. A chill runs up my spine, but I ignore it. Axl is freaking me out, but he’s crazy. There’s nothing to worry about.