SPOTLIGHT ON: James N. Cook
What is your latest release and what genre is it?
The Passenger, post-apocalyptic military horror.
Quick description of it.
The story follows three characters: The Passenger, a man trapped inside his own re-animated corpse; Ethan Thompson, a staff sergeant in what remains of the U.S. Army; and Gideon, a meth-smoking homicidal maniac. Hordes of zombies, epic fight scenes, graphic murder and torture. ‘Nuff said.
Something unique about it.
Almost a third of the book is told from the perspective of a zombie. You don’t see this in z-fiction very often.
Links for people to buy it.
All my work is also available in audio format on Amazon, iTunes, and Audible.
Your promo links.
Your short Bio.
James N. Cook (who prefers to be called Jim, even though his wife insists on calling him James) is a martial arts enthusiast, a veteran of the U.S. Navy, a former cubicle dweller, and the author of the Surviving the Dead series. He hikes, he goes camping, he travels a lot, and he has trouble staying in one spot for very long. Even though he is a grown man, he enjoys video games, graphic novels, and gratuitous violence. He lives in North Carolina with his wife, son, two vicious attack dogs, and a cat that is scarcely aware of his existence.