Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by to read my blog post. I’ve not been posting here that much but hopefully you’ll be understanding as to why.
Despite being spring England isn’t, or doesn’t feel like it. Yes the flowers have bloomed and the trees and green again but it is still very cold. I hope this incoming heatwave will change things.
I’m still writing and as promised Survivors Part ii will come out sometime this spring. Hopefully soon. You can sneak peak the cover below.👇🌟 The story takes place in the woodlands of the town. There’s some radio action, lots of zombie fighting and personal conflicts. People are quite grumpy considering the end of the world has left them stuck in the town. The undead threat is twice as bad as it was last week.
The cover has a dark bluish feel and uses a font that resembled new paper cutouts. I don’t know when it will be out but expect it soon. If you are looking forward to this let me know.
I’m also working on other stories. I’ve written a few including a novel although I don’t publish everything so who knows if they’ll ever be available from online stores.
I’m trying to innovate and create interesting characters at the moment.
All the best.
Part i – available on KU and currently on a free ebook promotion. Check it out below. To claim your free ebook simply download from the link.
You can't see the fire within
But you will feel the heat
Quick Point on Protests
When it comes to having passions, I think that is great. I love hearing about peoples lives, passions and hobbies, goals and more. When you push it too far into the realm that affects others though, it isn’t a good thing.
I wanted to express my opinion on this topic. When I see protestors I don’t see their point in hurting, disturbing or insulting the normal people not involved. Yes it involves some harm. You might say that protest is a great thing to oppose the institutions. Sure when done correctly.
Lately I keep seeing vegans showing animals abuse and slaughter in the streets on television screens, they wear masks and don’t speak. I agree with one or two people that this is disgusting to be showing people walking around in public, especially children. It isn’t fair to push this on people with the insinuation that they are bad for eating meat. Eating a plant based diet has benefits, sure. But there is a need for some humans to eat meat. Their bodies cannot tolerate all plant based or they lack protein from it. This is not a diet issue with some but a medical issue. So when I see vegan pushing it against everyone – including myself – I get offended.
Then there is the sitting in road protests against oil. It disturbs people from getting to work. It stop emergency services. What does this achieve? Nothing. Stopping cars on one road will not impact billion pound energy companies from selling oil. Nor will it stop the customer from buying it.
That is all. I don’t think forcing these things on people is the way to go. It makes me frustrated to see this because it upsets my fellow human beings and that in turn affects me. Being passionate doesn’t mean you should cause people alarm and distress. Love one another!
Now onto writing. I have a short story ready to publish although not sure if I will. I also started to publish one on Wattpad – exclusive there until further notice. It is called The Zombie Lands and will have a new part released every Saturday. You can follow me on there for updates on the story. It is free. I suppose I could put it for sale but it’s free for now. So enjoy!
New military zombie horror fiction ‘Battle of the Zombies’ is out now as an ebook. Alternate science fiction history mixed in with apocalyptic and surreal settings.
The story takes place in England and is focused on the military as they try to develop ways to get rid of foreign occupiers.
For fans of horror, military and war, science fiction, zombie fiction, British fiction and fun stories in general. Do not miss the chance to grab a copy whilst the short promotion period lasts.
Why did I write this?
I’ve always wanted to write something more military focused, with emphasis on the scientific side of things as well. You could say this is science fiction, but it is also very much horror.
I wanted to take the country that I live in and completely change it for the sake of the story. Things are so different it is not even close to what we call modern Britain.
It’s exciting too, there’s a lot of things in the story that people can zone into and analyse. It’s open to interpretation. Are things likely to remain like this in this alternate history story? I can’t say for sure.
Will you write a second story after this?
It’s my hope that I can write another story afterwards but this depends on whether anyone actually reads the story. Reviews are important to signaling whether more should be written.
Naturally I would write a second story to this. But, it won’t be published unless people enjoy the first. The story ends with the suggestion that the war is to continue in new pastures.
Aside from having a list of work in progress I need to finish I also have stories that are waiting to be unleashed on the world.
I have of course got Beach Town: Survivors [Part II] which is being edited as we speak. So it’s on the horizon. Hopefully it’s worth the wait for those who will buy/download it.
Next on the list is the surprise new story. Coming under many categories or genres although horror in nature. It’s a mix of; zombies, military, war, science, alternate history and politics. It’s spanning five decades although the majority will happen in present day Britain. It’s called Battle of the Zombies at the moment and I can’t think of more to say other than looking forward to showing you all