Apocalypse Week: Neeta Lyfe: Zombie Exterminator by Karina Fabian

Those Zombies Are Nothing That a Little Lysol (and a great big chainsaw) Can’t Clean Up Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator, is a fun romp through the zombie genre that is more akin to Shaun of the Dead than to the more “serious” zombie books I’ve read (World War Z, The Reapers Are The Angels). The [Read More...]

Apocalypse Week: Mercury Rises by Robert Kroese

So You Stopped the Apocalypse. What Are You Going to Do Now? Finch went on, “If these people spent as much time trying to develop a written language as they did making up deities, they wouldn’t be in this jam. they’ve got rain gods, cloud gods, sun gods…I’ve documented three hundred different deities so far, [Read More...]

Apocalypse Week: Mercury Falls by Robert Kroese

Who Knew Armageddon Could Be So Funny? He carried the ketchup bottle to the breakfast nook and popped open the lid. Time to do some serious damage, he thought. But there was only about half a bottle of ketchup and, and he wanted to make it count. He didn’t want to just make random blotches [Read More...]


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