Tuesday, March 21, 2017

March Reading List! #horror #apocalyptic #zombie

Spring's here! A great time for some great reads!

Get ready to load up that Kindle!
* My book, Lizzie Borden, Zombie Hunter is on sale, too!

(On Sale, 99 cents -  March 20-26)
Catfurnado, Zombies and One Killer Doll, Mark Cusco Ailes & Derek Ailes - 

21 chilling horror tales by The Ailes Brothers of Terror featuring killer dolls, a real zombie outbreak during a zombie convention, a catfurnado, an alien invasion, misfortune cookies, demons, mega sinkholes, drones, executioners and more. The nightmare doesn't stop when the Ailes Brothers take you on a thrill ride of terror.
    Stories include: IT’S MY BIRTHDAY, a spellbinding tale of the birthday Teddy bear with a gruesome but oh-so welcomed gift for his new owner. In JUDGMENT NIGHT, a drunk driver gets the ultimate lesson in sobriety riddled with shocking irony. In CLAWS, a kitty’s deadly Mama gives a whole new meaning to “If Mama ain’t happy, nobody’s happy!”

(On Sale, 99 cents - March 20-26)

2017 marks the 125th anniversary
of the Borden murders!

New 2nd edition & New Cover!

Every family has its secrets...
   One hot August morning in 1892, Lizzie Borden picked up an axe and murdered her father and stepmother. Newspapers claim she did it for the oldest of reasons: family conflicts, jealousy and greed. But what if her parents were already dead? What if Lizzie slaughtered them because they’d become… zombies?
    Thrust into a horrific world where the walking dead are part of a shocking conspiracy to infect not only Fall River, Massachusetts, but also the world beyond, Lizzie battles to protect her sister, Emma, and her hometown from nightmarish ghouls and the evil forces controlling them.

New release! 
A Post-Apocalyptic Thriller,  Angel Lawson 

(On Sale 99 cents to March 31)

    Dr. Ramsey has spent months studying the virus spreading across the south that turns the healthy into raging, cannibalistic versions of their former selves. Before he disappears, he gives his daughter Alexandra what may be the most valuable information in existence—information that more than one powerful group will do anything to posses.
    With her father gone, she and her mother must locate her sister, who is under quarantine over 300 miles away. Alexandra vows to keep the promise she made to her father, no matter how many lives are lost, and assuming she survives… (Forrmerly published under the title Zocopalypse.)


Beautiful Creatures: Women of Horror Anthology -  Lily Luchesi, Kinda Sowder,  assorted authors - (Pre-order, releases March 15)
   Twisted tales of the macabre from 12 horror authors. Demons, vampires, darkness, unspeakable horrors, ghosts, and more. 

(Pre-order! Releases July 11)

Nights of the Living Dead: An Anthology, Jonathan Maberry and George Romero 
 Collection of stories based on 48 hours of the outbreak in Romero's landmark 1968 movie!

     Includes stories by: Brian Keene, Carrie Ryan, Chuck Wendig, Craig Engler, David J. Schow, David Wellington, Issac Marion, Jay Bonansinga, Joe R. Lansdale, John Russo, John Skipp, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Max Brallier, Mike Carey, Mira Grant, Neal Shusterman & Brandon Shusterman, and Ryan Brown. Plus original stories by Romero and Maberry!


 Skitters: Archaelogy vs. Supernatural - Bloodscreams #7, Robert W. Walker  (Wow, this is Rob's 68th book at age 68!) - Spiders consume 400 million tons of prey every year, so when Abraham Stroud, archaeologist and vampire slayer, who has had run-ins with werewolves, zombies, and other fantastic creatures uncovers a coven of ancient spider men, a race that has visited Earth before, found in Northwest Georgia living in caves and tunnels, he must act.
    The predatory race first seen in ancient Japan and Japan, were wiped out, but persistent as any arachnid, they have returned, and Stroud, who knows no fear, goes after this horrid race that mimics mankind and is working toward fitting in with us while they feed on us. Stroud goes in with mercenaries and powerful weapons, but the Tsuchimugo, as the Japanese called them, are a vicious and evil lot, clever and cunning, and their webs are powerful.

Sour Candy, novella - Kealan Patrick Burke
   At first glance, Phil and Adam look like an ordinary father and son-- except no one knows that Phil is a prisoner, and up until a few weeks ago and a chance encounter at the grocery store, he'd never seen the child before in his life. 

(Pre-order print. Releases June 20)
 The Best Horror of the Year, volume 9 - Editor Ellen Datlow

Nesters, Siobhan Carroll  - The Oestridae, Robert Levy 
The Process is a Process All its Own, Peter Straub  - The Bad Hour, Christopher Golden 
Red Rabbi, Steve Rasnic Tem  - It’s All the Same Road in the End, Brian Hodge 
 Fury, DB Waters  - Grave Goods, Gemma Files 
 Between Dry Ribs, Gregory Norman Bossert  - The Days of Our Lives, Adam LG Nevill 
House of Wonders, C.E Ward - The Numbers, Christopher Burns 

 Bright Crown of Joy, Livia Llewellyn  - The Beautiful Thing We Will Become, Kristi DeMeester 
 Wish You Were Here, Nadia Bulkin - Ragman, Rebecca Lloyd 
What’s Out There?, Gary McMahon - No Matter Which Way We Turned, Brian Evenson 
The Castellmarch Man, Ray Cluley - The Ice Beneath Us, Steve Duffy 
 On These Blackened Shores of Time, Brian Hodge

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