“Extreme Undead Collection” Updated and with New Cover! #dyingdays

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I’ve been looking at me sales of books in the last few months, and they have been increasing each week, which I am thankful for. Yet another reason I’m glad I dropped out of retail management and took on the life of a full-time author. 

I also took a hard look at some of my titles and decided to do something about it. Not too long ago I changed the cover of Darlene Bobich: Zombie Killer to better imagine what she looks like, and I’m at it again… 

But this time for a slightly different reason. The original cover for the Extreme Undead Collection was quite the eye-catcher, created by the very talented Nic Burgess. Here is is:

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Unfortunately, Amazon took one look at the cover and decided it was erotica and subsequently buried it without me realizing what they’d done. I had a total of 4 sales in the last year on this four-novella collection, while the Dying Days Collection has sold steady and increasing in sales each and every month. Two of the novellas are shared in both releases, too, so I knew it wasn’t the content being the problem. 

So, I’ve updated the book a bit: brand new cover, courtesy of longtime Dying Days cover artist Ash Arceneaux, and I moved the novellas themselves around a bit so it reads better. Here’s the new cover:

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Extreme Undead Collection

Four zombie novellas in one release! 

Features: 

“Zombie Tea Party” – zombie short story collection… 

“Highway To Hell” – Randy just wanted to survive, run away from the zombies, and hide… until he met a mysterious and sexy girl… 

“Darlene Bobich: Zombie Killer” – the collected short stories of Darlene Bobich leading up to “Dying Days”… 

“Dying Days” – Darlene Bobich, Florida sun and zombies… what better combination?… 

nearly 100,000 words in all… 

warning: extreme situations, extreme violence… extreme undead…

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9 responses »

  1. The new cover looks MUCH more appealing; wise choice. Even if Amazon hadn’t buried it, I probably wouldn’t have given the first cover a second glance, but the second is just beautiful and intriguing.

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