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The all new novella in the American Revenant series.

Teenage Jessica Palmer has been on her own since the end of the world happened almost two years ago. Now, nearing her 18th birthday, a brutal attack inside her family cabin leaves the young woman shaken and doubting her ability to continue surviving alone.

Jessica sets out on a bicycle through the Midwest in hopes of finding other survivors. She quickly discovers that it isn’t just the zombies that want her dead.
Fighting the living dead, other humans, and her own self-doubt, Jessica must decide whether to turn back, or to forge ahead along the Unknown Road.

Read this harrowing tale of survival and self-discovery today!

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Available now for kindle and kindle apps!

This prequel short story ties the American Revenant short film (soon-to-be-released) to the main series.
A young family, stranded in their home in small town America, must figure out a way to survive and escape, or they know they will die a gruesome death at the hands and teeth of the walking dead. This terrifying and emotional tale is a must read for those who are fans of the series, and a great place to start for new readers.

Click here to get your copy today!

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Hi all, It’s been a while since I mentioned anything about the forthcoming American Revenant movie, the short film I’ve been working on with director Josh Mullner. There are a couple more pick-up shots that Josh has to get done this week. Other than that, the short is into Sound FX and music. It’s happening, folks! Keep an eye on things here and I’ll make sure you know when we are going to release it for the zombie loving populace.

For now, make sure you and all your friends have read the series and watched the trailer!

As a special treat to the fans and friends of American Revenant, I have written a short story that ties the film and the series together (there are elements in the movie that aren’t in the book). I am editing this now, and will have it available as a free download shortly after the film’s release.

Thanks for your patience and support!

 

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John frightens Zombie Twain (Jim Waddell) while filming in a dark alley.

 

For a limited time, American Revenant: Settlers and Sorrow is on sale for $1.99!

For $2.98 you can get both the first novella and the second full length novel!

Buy them for yourself or give them as a gift for your favorite zombie apocalypse fiend!  (Don’t worry, you won’t infect your friends kindle with the zombie virus, just a great read!)

Book 1, Hometown Exodus, for .99 cents!

Book 2, Settlers and Sorrow, for the sale price of $1.99.

Get them today, it may save your life! (Or at the least, your weekend.)

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The first American Revenant ebook is now listed at ebook planet. Check it out here!

http://www.ebookplanet2014.com/#!horror/c13l

http://zombieapocalypse.net/movie-review/movie-review-movie-review-2/american-revenant-hometown-exodus

I received my proof copy for the print edition of American Revenant: Settlers and Sorrow.  It looks wonderful.  I will be announcing the release of the book very soon, so keep an eye on this page and tell all your zombie fans and friends to be ready for it.

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I’m not sure how I feel about doing this GoFundMe campaign, but to give my new book and the American Revenant series as a whole the best chance at success I feel I need to do it.  I write to tell a story, and I love doing it, but as a husband and father every thing I do leads back to my family.  I want to provide a quality life for them, and I also want to produce quality work that people can enjoy.  We, like many families these days, live paycheck to paycheck, and that is a situation I despise.  If, through this campaign, I can boost the chance of success for the series then I most certainly will do it, even if I dislike the thought of asking others for money to do it.  I believe my writing has merit, otherwise I would not even try to publish and sell it to the general public.  The market for independently published authors is a fast growing and rapidly changing one, and I feel that the only way to be truly successful in it is to stand out, to make one’s own work rise above the rest, in quality and appearance.

It is this thought that has moved me to start the GoFundMe campaign, in hopes that others may see the value in what I do, and why I do it, and possibly be generous enough to help me make happen that which I would be unable to on my own. Please share your thoughts with me on this, leave me a message or comment.  If you would like to check out my campaign, please do so here, My Campaign.
Thank you.

The second book of the American Revenant series is done!  Well, the first draft is, anyway.  If, at the end of the first story, you wanted more, then you’ll be getting it with the second book.  Three times as long, with much more character development, more zombies, more bad guys, more everything!  I know, I’m just as excited as you are to get the book into your hands, or on your Kindle.  (Print editions may be available at release, I’m working on that.)

Bear with me as I go through the edit and polish process, as this process may be longer than the actual writing of the book. You don’t want to waste your time on an error ridden, poorly finished novel, and I don’t want you to.  I want to deliver the best zombie apocalypse novel you will read next year, and to do that I intend to take the time to polish the book properly.

Thank you, my zombie fans and friends, for being patient, you won’t regret it.

Check back here for future updates, or find me on Facebook and Twitter, you can find those links on this page.  I would also appreciate your support at Goodreads.

Don’t forget to ask yourself; If the zombie apocalypse happened tomorrow, #CouldYouSurvive ?

Know where to run

Posted: November 13, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Knowing when to run is key, but having someplace to run to is just as important.  If you have to run but have no place to go then, well, the zombies just might eat your face.  Choose several places, some close others farther away.  Once you have the place you need to ensure that when you get to that place there will be supplies waiting for you.  Have that cache stashed.

Plan Multiple routes to your places of safety, both from home and work.  Make sure that each family or group member knows every route by heart.  Run drills at least twice a year, so that everyone knows each route.

Those are the most basic of basics when thinking about knowing where to run.