SPOTLIGHT ON: William R.D. Wood
How did you get involved in the Authors Supporting Our Troops event?
I stumbled over one of Armand’s early posts about the event. I served in the Navy for eight years and my oldest son is currently an Army EOD tech, recently returned from a 9-month deployment to Afghanistan. The isolation can really weigh on a person. It’s a privilege and an honor to provide a few pages of entertainment and distraction to those men and women for those quiet moments that come between the noisy ones.
What is your latest release and what genre is it?
My current project is an online horror-scifi serial called Zulu Time hosted at JukePop Serials. Oh, and be warned, love them or hate them, this tale contains zombies.
Quick description of it.
Nash joined the Navy to play it safe. The way he saw it, he could wait for the New Draft to pull his number and probably wind up hip deep in the muck, face to face with zealots and maniacs, or he could sit out the rough stuff, all nice and cozy on a steel boat, shooting missiles from a hundred miles away.
Only the Navy didn’t prove to be the lesser evil Nash had hoped.
Something unique about it.
Since Zulu Time is a novel being presented in serial form, readers can interact with the process, with the author, and potentially the story itself. So far, it’s been a lot of fun.
Links for people to buy it.
The current chapters are available at:
The story is free, but if you enjoy the read please click the green SUPPORT AUTHOR button and follow the prompts.
Your promo links.
Your short Bio.
William R.D. Wood lives in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley in an old farmhouse turned backwards to the road. His profound love of horror and science fiction routinely leads him to destroy the world, whether by alien artifact, zombie apocalypse or teddy bear.