Interview with indie Sci-fi and fantasy author, Tracey Ward. Find out more on how Tracey merges her writing over many genres and the importance of a solid book cover. Tracey also speaks on her journey to self-publication and how she sought to accurately portrayed mental illness (in the middle of a zombie outbreak)!
Book review for The Siren and the Specter by Jonathan Janz. Overall 3 out of 5 stars. An ebook was provided on Netgalley.
NetGalley Book Review I really thought this book was going to be about something different. I was expecting a zombie book since it spoke of a virus and the title uses the word 'plague' (full-disclosure: I didn't read any other novels in this series, but the author could have done a better job explaining the … Continue reading ‘Plague Land: Reborn’ by Alex Scarrow Review
Book Review Honestly, this book is worth the 5 stars, I don’t know why anybody would want to rate it any differently. I loved everything about this book, from the characters to the plot, it was all amazing. This story is what it says on the cover, Publishers Weekly called it, ‘Gripping, trilling and brutal’ … Continue reading ‘Feed’ by Mira Grant Review
Book Review I really really liked this book! I'm currently writing my university senior dissertation on zombie entertainment so I read this book to basically do some research. This book posed some amazing questions about society and basic human life. I think it was a really fresh way to read a story about zombies. Admittedly, … Continue reading ‘Warm Bodies’ by Isaac Marion Review
Book Review I picked this e-book up for free from the Amazon store simply because I'm a sucker for an apocalyptic zombie YA book. I figured since it was free that was already a good enough incentive to give the book a shot. I flew through the book in a matter of 2 days, I … Continue reading ‘Until the End (The Quarantined Series: Book 1)’ by Tracey Ward Review