I know it seems like there’ve been a lot of sales pitches on this blog. Just the way things have been rolling out. Besides, we writers got to take care of our families somehow. So . . . this weekend my Time Travel, Supernatural Zombie Novel, Blood of the Dead, is on sale on Kindle for just 99 cents. Price goes back up to $5 on Monday. Please download a copy and save $4. It’s a super popular book at comic con every year and has a number of reviews. Story details below. Thanks.
“Frantically paced and never predictable, Blood of the Dead takes the usual staples of the zombie-genre–blood, guts, guns and action–and mixes them with the bizarre to create a unique story. It’s a formidable mix–think Night of the Living Dead with a healthy dash of Dante’s Inferno! Fuchs leads his cast through a nightmare world filled with relentless pain, constant fear and never-ending waves of dead flesh, then takes them some place worse . . . You’ve never read a zombie story like this before!” - David Moody, author of the Autumn series
One year ago, the world came to an end.
First came the rain.
Then came the screams.
Then came the undead.
The Haven became the only place in the city free of the walking dead. A place of community. A place to be safe.
Now, things have changed.
The zombies are coming to the Haven, seeking out the remaining survivors of the human race.
Joe Bailey prowls the Haven’s streets, taking them back from the undead, each kill one step closer to reclaiming a life once stolen from him. Billie Friday and Des Nottingham soon have Joe to thank for their lives.
As the dead push into the Haven, the trio is forced into the one place where folks fear to tread: the heart of the city, a place overrun with flesh-eating zombies.
They soon discover they are not the only humans there. After meeting an old man with a peculiar past, Joe and the others must make one last stand against the undead or unwillingly meet the same fate.
A desperate escape leads them to a place thought impossible to exist and to a discovery that will shake the future.
Welcome to the end of all things.