Wednesday, January 16, 2013


Since this week seems to be all about ebooks and zombies, I thought I'd take this opportunity to introduce you to one of my Twelve Terrifying Tales for 2011: North of Forks

Twenty-year-old Washington native Sara Cullen had a vampire problem.

And before you even ask, NO she's not one of THOSE Cullens. But try telling that to the legions of lost bloodsuckers who wandered into her hometown of Beaver because they missed the exit for Forks. Vampires can be so stupid.

But soon another monster came to town that made the star struck vampires look like cute defenseless puppies. I'm talking about zombies. The zombie plague swept into, and quickly overwhelmed, Sara’s small town. Within days normal life ended. Within weeks there were more ghouls than humans. Finally, a mere three months after the start of the plague, Sara and her friend Jessie Sparks were the only live people left in their corner of Washington.

Or so they thought. But then a handsome stranger wandered into town, and everything Sara and Jessie thought they knew about life in post-zombie-apocalypse Beaver turned upside down.

Zombies eat sparkly vampires for breakfast. Twilight heralded the zombie apocalypse. 

Read North of Forks ! 

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