Monthly Archives: December 2013

Tell Me You Want to Be In “Dying Days 4”

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I’ve begun playing around with what will eventually become Dying Days 4 this year, and I’m thinking of adding a new character (or two) like I’ve done in the past. But I’m not quite sure how I’m going to pull it off… do I run a contest?

Have people post pictures of them reading one of the Dying Days books?

Accept bribes?

Essays about why they love the series and why I am so damn sexy?

Do a review contest, with anyone reviewing the first three Dying Days books on Amazon eligible to be a featured character?

Have people post on their blogs about the books or about me or about (again) why I’m so damn sexy?

I’m not really sure yet… 

And I’m going to leave it up to you to decide… once I figure out the best way to do it I’ll begin running the actual contest, and also hand out some cool prizes along the way, too… like free eBooks, signed print books, shirts and bumper stickers and whatever else I feel like doing… 

Sound good?


We’ll play this game until the end of January and then we’ll actually begin seeing some winners!

Armand

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A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing: Konrath’s Publishing Predictions 2014

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JA Konrath with some bold predictions for 2014… and he’s usually pretty darn close when doing it… 

A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing: Konrath’s Publishing Predictions 2014.

Reading Recommendations – a wrap-up for 2013

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Authors! Here’s a great new blog that will help you get the word out on you! Contact them… NOW!!!

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It’s been just over a month since I began posting to a new blogsite, Reading Recommendations, where I ask authors to reply to a list of questions, to tell us a bit about themselves and their work, and ask that they in turn recommend an author or book they are reading. I’m very pleased with the response I received from authors – some known to me, some recommended to me, and others who contacted me out of the blue – and have been happy to give all of them some promotion on this site. I thought that, since I was taking a break from this blog over the holiday season, it might be interesting to recap what’s been happening over there on Reading Recommendations, just in case you readers of this main blogsite have not yet gone over there to check it out. I’ve created some handy-dandy lists…

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Films for Writers on Netflix

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Films For Writers on Netflix!

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NOTE:  This list has been updated in a more recent post,

 

What follows in the original post from December of 2012. 

 

 

A common complaint about streaming Netflixmovies is that they have so much crap. It’s true, there are a lot of horrible movies out there to watch, and Netflix seems to be that low spot where they all settle.

Still, there is a wealth of documentaries of interest to literary students and writers. These are films that don’t have wide distribution. I bet some of these movies never even went to DVD, but are nonetheless commendable, in my humble estimation.

If you toss $7.99 a month to Netflix for streaming video, and you aspire to write, these might appeal to you, too. I’m not going to point you to feature films like Freedom Writers or Finding Forester that made the rounds in the…

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Free Audiobook Contest

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That’s right, that’s right… I’m giving away 15 audiobooks to anyone interested!

Oh, there is a catch… (isn’t that always the way?)

I am in need (like every other author on the planet) of Reviews for ANY of my books. So… if you review a book I’ve put out on Amazon and it gets added to the reviews section on the eBook or print version, I will gladly give you a copy of one of three audiobooks:

DYING DAYS

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DEATH METAL

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SKULLS AND BONES

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Easy enough, right? Between today – Thursday December 26th 2013 – and whenever I get 15 reviews on ANYTHING I released (good review, bad review, it doesn’t matter – just as long as it is live on Amazon) and you let me know, I will gladly give you a code for a free copy. 

But wait, there’s more!

If you are so inclined to review THREE different releases I will gladly give you THREE free coupons so you can have all THREE audiobooks… how does that sound?

Remember, Authors live and die on these reviews, so please give the gift of a review to your favorite author (or me) to end 2013 with a positive note!

Armand

Turtle-Crawling Into 2014 With My Writing

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A bad thing happened after a hugely successful NaNoWriMo November for me… I fell off with my writing, and badly. 

This is going to be a whiny, negative blog post, so if you’re looking for pictures of funny animals doing Christmas things, go find it somewhere else. I’m gonna git real fo a sec, yo… 

Today is the 23rd of December (or as some stupid people like to call it, Christmas Eve Eve… don’t call it that) and I should have about 30,000 to 46,000 words written for the month so far. Somewhere in that range would make me happy. 

Where am I so far in December? 17,781 words. Crap. In the 23 days of December I haven’t written on 8 of them. Unacceptable. The November novel sits firmly at 50,500 words and I’ve barely looked at it. I’m limping along on a short story for an anthology. While I love the story so far, the motivation to finish it isn’t there. A lousy 4,000 words in a month on a story shouldn’t be too hard… yet here I am, sitting at 3,457 words for the last 4 days. A half hour writing sprint would finish it off. 

I think the problem is motivation on everything right now. I am currently going back and forth about three potential projects for companies that will give me a nice chunk of money to live off of in the beginning of 2014, which is a great thing… but they are all moving along so slowly with the contracts, payments and deadline setting it is taking up most of my mental time. I should be writing but I’m worrying about how I’m going to pay the bills in the first quarter of 2014, how I’ll be able to have a great Christmas and have money left over, etc. etc. 

I have yet to have a huge writing day in December, and that usually helps me get rolling. One day of 5,000 words on a project or two let’s me relax and write, but it hasn’t come yet. Every day is a new challenge for me. Nothing major, just whiny stuff like spending the day shopping or me not feeling well or dealing with personal issues like my kids. 

I know, I’m being a whiny bitch. I’m a lucky man. I have a great career I’ve been dreaming about since I was twelve years old, I have a great family, a great Special Gal and special friends surrounding me. I have money in my pocket and I live in a nice house and have too much food to eat. 

Now I just need to find the motivation to write before December is over… 

Oh, in case I don’t see you tomorrow… have a great Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Armand

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Press Release: The Carnival 13

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The Carnival 13 is a cool anthology, and it’s for charity!

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Come one, come all! Step right up and join thirteen masters of macabre literature as they take you on a journey unlike anything you’ve ever traveled. We’ve got freaks, fantasy and fear; all lined up waiting to take your breath away.

Will you be tempted by the Freaks of the Flesh? Astounded by the Freaks of Fantasy? Baffled by the Freaks of the Mind? All this and more await you for just the small price of three tickets… and your soul.

Featuring all-new and exclusive chapters from John Everson; Jason Darrick; Dan Dillard; Charles Colyott; Dale Eldon; James Garcia Jr.; Matt Schiariti; Anne Michaud; Rebecca Besser; Armand Rosamilia; Jon Olson; Brent Abell; and Julianne Snow – this twisted tale will leave you gasping until your last breath.

Available at:

Amazon: US, UK, Canada, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Brazil, Japan

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“Necromance” #1 and #2 #horror #erotica #stories are out!

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Necromance #1: Blood Omen, by Armand Rosamilia

Introducing Cheri Rose Thorne, demon-hunter, and more. An evil presence draws Cheri to a strip club in Florida, where she indulges in her own unique brand of debauchery and mayhem.

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Necromance #2: Check-In by Three, by Armand Rosamilia
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The second story in the Necromance series takes Cheri Rose Thorne to Newark, NJ, where she must decide whether or not to make a deal with a devil.

Hookers, vampires, fiends, and hot sex in cheap motels. Just another day in the life of Cheri Rose Thorne, demon hunter. To what lengths will Cheri go to get information on her twin sister and her father, the Necromancer?

Keyport Cthulhu – by Armand Rosamilia – Book Review

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Review of “Keyport Cthulhu”

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Keyport Cthulhu

by Armand Rosamilia

The Cthulhu Mythos rises in a small fishing town on the New Jersey coast. When New England author, Harrison, inherits his eccentric grandfather’s home in the seaside town of Keyport, he is encouraged to sell it quickly by both his wife, Nicole, and the local real estate agent. Despite cold treatment from the townsfolk and reluctance from his wife, they stay in the home overnight. It turns out to be a big mistake. During the stormy night, strange noises permeate the walls, a locked upstairs bedroom reveals a dark secret and a hallway ‘painting’ holds a strange power that overwhelms all that gaze upon it. Before the night is over Nicole is kidnapped and Harrison plunges into a downward spiral that seems inescapable. We are soon introduced to ‘The Esoteric Order of Dagon’and their plan to raise Cthulhu from his resting place off the…

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Armand’s 2013 Year In Review Part 2

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Yesterday you were amazed with my heartfelt and enigmatic first half of 2013 in review… and now… without further ado…

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In the beginning of August I re-released Death Metal in paperback with the new cover, which I like. I also started to think about ideas for the second book in the series, so look for that in 2014(I hope). I also released Golden Lion Cafe Complete, with all of the stories in one release. I also released Dagon, the fourth story in the Keyport Cthulhu series. And kicked off the third Flagler Beach Fiction Series story arc with JandJ Fitness Part 1

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September was another busy month, with JandJ Fitness Parts 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5 released. I ended the month with JandJ Fitness Complete, putting them all together in one spot. 

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In October I decided to slow down the releases, especially anything horror, as most horror books would be pushed out in this month and I’d get lost in the shuffle. Instead, I started the fourth Flagler Beach Fiction Series with Flagler Fish Company Part 1. Part 2 and Part 3 were also released in October. I was also lucky enough to get involved in a charity anthology with some amazing authors and got to write a cool chapter in the ongoing story, The Carnival 13 by SAD House Press. 

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With the start of November I released the fifth and final story (for now) in the Keyport Cthulhu series, Evil. I then released Keyport Cthulhu in eBook and Print versions, with all five stories in one. Flagler Fish Company Part 4 and Part 5 came next. Then it was time for Flagler Fish Company Complete in both eBook and Print. November also saw a sequel for me and Tim Baker with Dying Days: Siege 2, a return to European Village. Speaking of Dying Days, I also released the long-awaited Dying Days: Origins, which featured Tosha Shorb, a woman many readers should recognize. It was also released in Print. I was also lucky enough to be invited into the Epic Apocalypse Apocalyptic Horror Box Set (with Darlene Bobich: Zombie Killer included). You really need to check out the killer lineup, with Mark Tufo, Joe McKinney, John O’Brien, Heath Stallcup, Shawn Chesser and James Cook. 

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Another great lineup was formed and released in December, with Still Dying 2 (yet another Dying Days release), featuring an anthology of great authors playing in my zombie world: Mark Tufo, Patrick C. Greene, Frank Edler, Tim Baker, AD Roland, Brent Abell, Jaime Johnesee and Sean Slagle. It also came out in Print

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I was also able to update a few books, add some more into print, and also release everything on Barnes & Noble, Kobo, SmashWords and Apple. 

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And 2013 isn’t done yet… my Necromance series of horror erotica has been picked up by Hazardous Press as part of their Hazardous Encounters line, and the first two will be out within a few days (I’ll post a new link, don’t worry), with many more in 2014. 

So add another 28 to the list in the second half of 2013. All told, I put out 45 releases in 2013… not bad, eh? I don’t expect to be as prolific in 2014 with this many releases, as I’m concentrating on some longer novels, but you’ll still see plenty out there from me. 

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Armand’s 2013 Year In Review Part 1

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I had a killer 2013… there is no doubt about it. And not only in my writing and publishing career, but in my personal life. I started dating a wonderful Special Gal in December of 2012 and we’re still going strong, I began spending more and more time in Jacksonville and really growing to love it, I got a radio gig on an actual radio station with fellow author and great friend Tim Baker, and even starred in a music video. OK, I just stood there with sunglasses on looking all menacing and sexy, but I was the real star, and not The Cherry Drops.

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What’s really left for me, with my bucket list of things to do before I die? Maybe act in a movie… but I’ll save that one for 2014 so I have something to look forward to. 

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Truth be told, 2013 started out very slow release-wise. I wrote three novellas for a Hollywood company that still have not seen the light of day, although the pay was nothing to laugh at, and was riding the wave for sales of Miami Spy Games: Russian Zombie Gun. Unfortunately, it meant no new releases for me until February, and even then it was a flash fiction piece in the Fifty Shades of Decay zombie anthology from Angelic Knight Press. 

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Over a month later, at the end of March, I had another story published in an anthology, this time in For The Night Is Dark by Crystal Lake Publishing. A couple of days later I had my first official release of 2013, but it was a non-fiction one with Metal Queens: Models 2

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April was a lot of writing for me. Even though I didn’t have many things out at this point, I’d been writing, editing and getting my work beta read like mad. I’d been pounding away at a huge project, one that was totally different for me: a contemporary fiction series that would eventually encompass 70 short stories in 7 print releases and over 40 eBook releases: Flagler Beach Fiction Series

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The first of this series was released on May 15th, Kokomo’s Cafe Part 1. Part 2 was released a week later. Then Part 3 came out at the end of the month, one new two-story part each week. June saw Part 4 and Part 5 as well as the print version of Kokomo’s Cafe and all five parts in one eBook, Kokomo’s Cafe Complete

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In the meantime, at the end of May, I finally released Dying Days 3. It had a few twists and turns longtime fans weren’t expecting. In June I released Creeping Death, a collection of my short stories released by Hazardous Press. 

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The last weekend in June saw the beginning of the second part of the Flagler Beach Fiction Series when Golden Lion Cafe Part 1 was released. Part 2 was released the first week in July, followed in subsequent weeks by Part 3, Part 4 and then Part 5

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From the 1st of the year (with some breaks) through the end of July, I had 17 releases. I think I had 23 all of 2012, so 2013 was already on pace to beat it… but I had no idea how much more I was going to be putting out in 2013… 

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“Miami Spy Games: Russian Zombie Gun” in Print

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It took awhile… ok, it took a year… but my spy thriller with zombies is finally out in print thanks to Hobbes End Publishing.

This book contains all 12 episodes of the Miami Spy Games series.

Miami, 2012.

A new gun has made its way from a Russian science lab to the streets of Miami—a gun that destroys the executive functioning power of the brain, turning people into zombie-like beings. Osvaldo Rivera is looking for the highest bidder to purchase this Russian Zombie Gun. Jennifer Sanchez, Mark Kostas and Mike Martin make up the Miami Asymmetrical Clandestine Elite Service (ACES) team, a government agency that does not exist. It is up to the best of the best to recover the stolen weapon before a pandemic occurs. The Americans are not the only ones seeking this weapon, though. The Russians and other rogue elements are also in hot pursuit of this deadly technology. And they have every intention of turning Miami into a war zone. News of zombie attacks are spreading quickly throughout the city of Miami, innocent civilians turning into flesh eating zombies. The ACES team must scramble to control the situation. Can they recover the zombie gun before it is too late?

It’s also on sale through Amazon right now for the holidays, so grab a copy!

MIAMI SPY GAMES: RUSSIAN ZOMBIE GUN

only $14.99 (but on sale right now!)

Guest Post: Michelle Congdon

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After surviving a horrific car accident that claimed the lives of her mother and brother, Evangeline made a promise to herself to never go back to the city filled with the memories of her tragic past. But when her estranged father suddenly falls ill, she has no choice but to return to New York and to the life she spent twelve years trying to avoid.

Since the accident, heiress to the multi-billion dollar Montgomery Empire, Evangeline has always feared the media attention that comes with having the Montgomery name and would immediately give it all up if it meant the chance to bring back her loved ones. Delicate and camera shy, the last person she should have on her mind is a type of guy like Ryan Fox.

Witty, extremely arrogant but undeniably good-looking are only a few words Evangeline can use to describe the New York Yankee’s hot-shot. The notorious bad boy― well-versed at playing the game both on and off the field― isn’t fazed about the media circus following his every move and couldn’t be anymore different to the quiet, shy girl that she is. So, what does a guy like him see in somebody as messed-up as her? And although everything about Ryan screams trouble with a capital T, why can’t Evangeline seem to stay away? It’s not until they’re away from the cameras that Evangeline begins to see the real man hiding behind the cocky facade- one that’s hurt and haunted by a dark and terrible secret.

What will happen once Evangeline finds the courage to reveal what really happened on the evening her mother and brother died? And how will she react when she finally learns the truth about Ryan’s chilling past? Will baring their deepest secrets bring them closer together or will it tear them apart and have them sliding into darkness all over again?

About the Author

Michelle Congdon resides in Sydney, Australia. She has a Dalmatian named Jett, who to this day continues to hold an 8 year grudge against her after she had to leave him with her parents when she moved to the big city- this only proves animals are much like their owners. Michelle enjoys reading books of all sorts of genre’s, watching way too many movies and TV shows (and Disney cartoons), singing out aloud to her favorite hits and going on adventures involving food and travel. Michelle is loud, talks a lot and shares an ever-growing list of fictional husbands with a friend. From when she was a small girl, she has always had an overactive imagination and has tried to put it to good use by sharing her stories with anyone willing to listen.

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10 Things You May Not Know About Michelle:
– I am left handed, but use my right hand to do most things except to write.
– I can recite Disney’s the Lion King and Aladdin word from word (including the songs).
– I am addicted to video games and wish I had more spare time to play them.
– I won “Aussie of the Month” in primary school but was sick that day, so my sister had to go up in the middle of school assembly and get the award.
– I have a gluten intolerance but I’m always naughty and eat things I shouldn’t. I suffer the consequences every time.
– I am scared of balloons. I can’t pop them. I can’t be near anyone blowing one up. Sometimes I will attempt to blow them up but will only go to half-size.
– I enjoy listening to classical music
– I am very passionate about animals and plants, and struggle to even squash a cockroach.
– I have a strange fear of any kind of electric shocks (including static electricity) and also irons if it is in someone else’s hand and I am near by?!? (Yes, as in the object you use to straighten out your clothes.) I don’t know where either fear originated. What I can say is I cried like a little girl when my friend was messing with me and chasing me around with a small Taser gun. When he realized I was well and truly frightened, he decided to stop. Haha.
– I have a scrapbook and a large corkboard filled with favorite memorabilia that I have collected from my life.
 
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Brainstorming better book titles (and what can kill a good one)

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Yet another great post, this time about titles and covers. I should just reblog his posts and be done with it already…

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1. The tone of the title should match the genre. If your thriller’s title makes potential readers think of young adult romance, keep brainstorming.

2. Non-fiction titles tend to be linear promises to provide solutions to a problem you have identified. Deliver.

3. Intriguing is good. Confusing is not. That’s a fine balance. I loved the titles Bigger Than Jesus and Higher Than Jesus. However, it’s pronounced “Hay-soose” and it’s about a funny, hardboiled Cuban hit man. Titles you (and I) have to explain (endlessly!) are not good titles. The cover treatment by Kit Foster of Kit Foster Design saves me from readers who buy my crime novels thinking they are religious books. Also, I do have another solution to this problem. I’ll explore that next year, after a couple more books are written. In the meantime, I remain an idiot for thinking those titles would serve me better than…

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Another Year in the Books – 2013 Year in Review

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You’ve read the interview, now see what the last year has been like for Tim Baker!

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Another year is in the books, let’s recap…

In short, 2013 was awesome.

As the year began I was still riding the wave of success brought by Pump It Up (released in late 2012). Pump was a fun story to write, and judging by the responses, it was fun to read as well.

I released Unfinished Business in June and the reviews have been overwhelmingly positive. This was especially satisfying when you consider the fact that I was hesitant to release it because I wasn’t sure you’d like it (read about my concerns here). It seems as though every person who reads it says the same thing…this would make a great TV series or movie.

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I take that as very high praise.

Several people also suggested a sequel. As I stated in a previous post I’m generally not a big fan of sequels, but in this case…

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Spotlight On: Tim Baker

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Tim Baker

 

What is the title of your story in Still Dying 2?

Dying Days: Angel

 

Quick description of it (no spoilers)

Angel Godwin must escape her own home or be taken by zombies.

 

Something unique about it.  

It leads into Dying Days: The Siege of European Village

  

Your promo links.

Website: www.blindoggbooks.com

                  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlindoggBooks

         Twitter: @blindoggbooks

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Your short Bio.

 Rhode Island native Tim Baker released his first novel, Living the Dream, in August, 2009 and has followed up with 5 others since then. Tim writes fast-paced, off-beat crime stories full of colorful characters and loaded with unexpected and often humorous twists and turns, set in Flagler Beach and St. Augustine, Florida. 

He also thinks his favorite author, Armand Rosamilia, has beautiful eyes. Which he does. 

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Kindle ($3.99): http://www.amazon.com/Still-Dying-2-Days-ebook/dp/B00H4HHALO/ref=la_B004S48J6G_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1386293844&sr=1-2

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Spotlight On: Mark Tufo

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Mark Tufo (depending on who’s looking for me)

 

What is the title of your story in Still Dying 2?

Lucifer’s Revenge

 

Quick description of it (no spoilers)

It’s about a monsignor that reluctantly finds himself in the midst of a zombie apocalypse.

 

 

Something unique about it.

It’s about a monsignor that reluctantly finds himself in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. (and he has a sword)

 

Your promo links.

www.marktufo.com

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=mark%20tufo&sprefix=mark+%2Caps&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Amark%20tufo

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mark-Tufo/133954330009843

 

 

Your short Bio.

Mark Tufo was born in Boston Massachusetts. He attended UMASS Amherst where he obtained a BA (and an advanced degree in partyology) and later joined the US Marine Corps. He was stationed in Parris Island SC, Twenty Nine Palms CA and Kaneohe Bay Hawaii. After his tour he went into the Human Resources field with a worldwide financial institution, after beginning his climb up the corporate ladder he found himself laid off. His wife, Tracy who was desperate to keep him out of her hair dared him to write a book, and the Zombie Fallout series was born.

He wrote the first installment of the Indian Hill trilogy in college, it sat in his garage until July 2009 when he published it on Kindle. Mark is currently working on the continuation of the ZF series and a new book due out in February of 2014. He lives in Maine with his wife, three kids and two English bulldogs. 

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Kindle ($3.99): http://www.amazon.com/Still-Dying-2-Days-ebook/dp/B00H4HHALO/ref=la_B004S48J6G_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1386293844&sr=1-2

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Spotlight On: Brent Abell

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Brent Abell

 

What is the title of your story in Still Dying 2?

“The Happiest Kingdom on Earth”

 

Quick description of it (no spoilers)

Two men trying to stay alive in a zombie ravaged world find a group of survivors who have taken refuge in Florida’s premiere tourist attraction and find out how high the price of admission can be to stay in the “Happiest Kingdom on Earth”.

 

Something unique about it.   

When the chance to write a story set in the “Dying Days” world came about, I jumped at it immediately.  The story idea wasn’t as easy.  Originally, the main character George was in a different part of Florida protecting a small group he’d come across.  Once I got into the story, it felt stale and I stepped back and re-evaluated what I was doing.  I am a huge fan of that magical land in central Florida and I came up with the idea that a group would use someplace like that to form a new community or society.  In the end, I really just wanted to talk about zombies in furry animal suits…

 

Your promo links.

Blog: Our Darkest Fears: The Fiction of Brent Abell at http://brentabell.wordpress.com

Twitter: @BrentTAbell

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Our-Darkest-Fears-The-Fiction-of-Brent-Abell/342998632379521

 

Your short Bio.

Brent Abell resides in Southern Indiana with his wife, sons, and a pug who likes to eat zombie fingers for snackies.  He works full time, but has found time to have over twenty tales published from multiple presses and eZines.  In Memoriam, his debut novella was released in October 2012 from Rymfire Books and is currently out of print.  His first full novel is currently being edited and he is hard at work on another one to appease the masses.  You can hang out with him for some rum, a cigar, and all the latest news at http://brentabell.wordpress.com.

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Kindle ($3.99): http://www.amazon.com/Still-Dying-2-Days-ebook/dp/B00H4HHALO/ref=la_B004S48J6G_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1386293844&sr=1-2

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Spotlight On: A.D. Roland

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Zaphod Beeblebrox. Or A. D. Roland/Ash

 

What is the title of your story in Still Dying 2?

The Old Man and the Apocalypse

 

Quick description of it (no spoilers)

He just wanted to live out the rest of his days in peace. With the walking dead stumbling around his retirement community, it wasn’t too easy to do that, but he’d managed. An unexpected visitor reminds him, though, that sometimes life isn’t just about waiting to die. 

 

Something unique about it.

It’s not your usual shoot-‘em-in-the-head-and-run-to-a-new-safe-place zombie story, featuring a character demographic you don’t see too often in zombie stories. Seriously…who writes a zombie story about an 80-year-old man with bum knees and a heart condition?

 

Your promo links.

www.ashsartanddesign.wordpress.com

 

Your short Bio.

A. D. Roland lives in central Florida. She currently works as a surgical technologist to pay for the excessive costs of raising a horde of felines and a couple of children. Her published works include the horror novels Winterborn, Swamp Baby, and coming soon, the dark fantasy Dark Consort. She is also a successful cover artist. Her blog is located at www.ashsartanddesign.wordpress.com

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“Still Dying” Review And Giveaway

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GIVEAWAY for the event…

I will give away 1 Print version of the first Still Dying zombie collection (signed) to an Amazon reviewer (good or bad review, it doesn’t matter) for every 10 reviews we get for Still Dying 2!

And if we hit 50 reviews for the book someone will win the Dying Days Collection 4-in-1 novella print set as well!

Reviews really, really help authors, so I wanted to give everyone some incentive to not only read the books but to take a moment to review it on Amazon, as well… 

Still Dying

Spotlight On: Jaime Johnesee

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Jaime Johnesee

Story Title

Flight 509

Description

A man is stuck on a plane during the ZA and has no clue how to get out alive. 

Something unique about it

“I’ve had it with these muthafuckin’ zombies on this muthafuckin’ plane!” –Not Samuel L Jackson

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This view of the ZA occurs mid-flight on a commercial airliner adding even more problems than the living dead. 

Promo links

www.JaimeJohnesee.com

Bio

Jaime Johnesee worked as a zookeeper for fourteen years before deciding to focus on her passion of writing. Her decision has proven to be a good one, as her books have been received with critical acclaim, including Oh The Horror and Shifters, which was recognized as one of the best horror novellas of 2012. Although her initial foray into the literary world has been marked by success, Jaime has just begun and is a force to be reckoned with in the years to come.

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Spotlight On: Sean Slagle

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Sean Slagle

 

What is the title of your story in Still Dying 2

The Trap Line

 

Quick description of it (no spoilers) 

Spencer, his sister, and her boyfriend have been hiding safely in a hunting cabin since the beginning of the apocalypse. But all of that changes when another family of survivors shows up.

 

Something unique about it.

It’s set in the mountains away from “civilization” and the hordes of zombies.

 

Your promo links. 

http://www.seanslagle.com

 

Your short Bio. 

Sean Slagle has been published in fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and drama. A Dirge for the Malice, his first published novel, was released in October. You can learn more about him and his writing at www.thedirge.com. The novel is available in paperback and for the Kindle at Amazon.com. You can also follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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Spotlight On: Frank Edler

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Frank Edler

 

What is the title of your story in Still Dying 2

Gator Aid

 

Quick description of it (no spoilers)

Can a popular Floridian tourist trap survive and thrive as an attraction during the end of civilization?                                  

 

Something unique about it.  

Gator Aid features a foul-mouthed, M&M eating Scarlet Macaw named Armand.

 

 

Your promo links. 

The Books, Beer and Bullshit Podcast http://booksbeerbullshit.podbean.com

The Books, Beer and Blogshit Blog  http://booksbeerblogshit.blogspot.com

 

Your short Bio. 

I hail from the great Garden State of New Jersey. I’ve been published in several short story anthologies and I am currently focusing on a longer work of fiction. I am one half of the podcast known as Books, Beer and Bullshit where we spotlight independent and small press writers (as well as drink bad beer and talk about other drivel).  I would love if you gave it an ear after you give me an eye.

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Spotlight On: Patrick C. Greene

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SPOTLIGHT ON: Patrick C. Greene

 

What is the title of your story in Still Dying 2?

How Me And Bozy Became Dads

 

Quick description of it (no spoilers)

A road side inmate clean-up crew find themselves caught in the middle just as a plague takes hold of the city. Small time hoods Randall and Bozy find freedom—which just became worse than imprisonment.

 

Something unique about it.

Unexpectedly heartwarming? Filled with zombie loving? A brewing bromance? Yes and no to all of them. 

 

Your promo links.

http://fearwriter.wordpress.com/

 

Your short Bio.

 Some dark serendipity plopped a young Patrick C. Greene in front of a series of ever stranger films-and experiences-in his formative years, leading to a unique viewpoint. His odd interests have led to pursuits in film acting, paranormal investigation, martial arts, quantum physics, bizarre folklore and eastern philosophy. These elements flavor his screenplays and fiction works, often leading to strange and unexpected detours designed to keep viewers and readers on their toes.

In addition to his novel PROGENY, and the short story collection DARK DESTINIES, Greene has several FILM projects in the works, and just finished writing his second novel – THE CRIMSON CALLING -the first in the action-adventure vampire trilogy, The Sanguinarian Council.

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