Dear readers! Darkness, the second volume in my somber, zombie-themed, first-person, dystopian novella series Humanz, will be released very soon! While you impatiently wait for the book to hit the proverbial, figurative and literal shelves (literal, geddit), maybe you want to check out the dope cover? Art created by legendary Anton Kokarev, styling and design by Andrew Leon Hudson.
Great news. I have finished writing the second volume in the Humanz series, a dystopian zombie series, told from the perspective of a zombie, in first person. Decay, the first book, was released back in 2017. And now, the sequel is ready. This one is called Darkness.
Feeling dystopian? Excellent. Then you will want to know I’m hosting a Kindle Giveaway for my first-person zombie-themed novella Decay on Goodreads starting May 28. This means two weeks time from now, sharp, you can chance winning one of the 100 copies of this little book, the first installment in my semi-apocalyptic series Humanz. Hear hear.
Ladies, gentlemen, zombies et al, it’s alive, it’s alive! Decay, it’s out there. Both paperback and Kindle editions are available, affordably and justly priced. Decay is a first-person zombie-themed novella, told from the perspective of a zombie. Hopefully, it justifies the narrative and the theme.
Hear hear, the hordes of the dead are coming upon us. I have just received my print proof of Decay, a first-person zombie novella, and it is looking gorgeous. Dope art, sweet matte cover finish, which adds to the intended feeling of bleakness. Behold.
And so it begins. A book must have a cover. A book must have a name. Proudly presenting my upcoming zombie-themed novella, Decay, installment #1 in the Humanz series. Told from the perspective of a zombie, in first person. Did I mention the kickass cover?
After a few questions from my non-existent friends, I decided to answer a few questions on how the reasoning and the theme for my upcoming zombie book came to be. After all, we had The Lost Words, with multiple story lines, lots of magic, lots of grimness. Then we had Prince Dietrich, who is charming and chivalrous. Not. But definitely funny. Maybe. Now, we have zombies, and one of them will be telling us its story. I, I, I, me, me, me.
Ladies and gentlemen, embrace the inner living cadaver in you. Year 2017 has started, and that means I am going to publish a new work. It’s not going to be a sequel to The Amazing Adventures of Dashing Prince Dietrich just yet, because Dick is a character than needs to be sampled in small doses. it’s going to be a brand new book. Zombies. First person. From a zombie’s perspective.
This time, it’s the zombie novella. Overall, it took me about two weeks of active writing to finish it. Well, maybe less. But finished it is. Now, it’s not a great body of words, only 14K, but for the first installament in a crazy series, I guess it’s cool enough. You might wonder what’s so special about this zombie piece that you haven’t seen anywhere else before?