Greetings HvZ Collective,
I wrote a book. It's about Humans vs. Zombies. Go figure, huh? It's a licensed product, so totally on the up-and-up with Gnarwhal Studios, before you worry yourself like I know I would. It only took me four years. :-)
It's called Humans vs Zombies: Hijacked.
It's well-written, fully-edited for spelling and grammar, and the plot has no holes (maybe a loose end or two, but hey, sequel options). Whether it's actually any good, I don't know for sure, though I think it must be because I was able to read it all over again once I got it in book form, in spite of having read it a few dozen times while writing it. My wife (biased? only maybe) who doesn't read action-adventure was able to read it and proclaim it "good."
It's available from CreateSpace https://www.createspace.com/4970730
It's on Amazon: http://amzn.com/150105774X
It's even in Kindle Format: http://amzn.com/B00NO5H89Y
What's it about, exactly? Well, here:Humans vs. Zombies is underway again this fall at Eureka State University. The game Moderators have promised new elements for this year’s live-action game of zombie-themed tag, and the five-member squad known as the Family is ready for the challenge. This semester's game has a corporate sponsor, Maxx Corporation, providing a new line of foam dart weaponry set to compete with Hasbro's NERF line, raising excitement to new levels.
But when the Maxx Corp dart blasters are distributed, the weapons turn out to be lethal and zombie players are shot dead. The shock is quickly overshadowed by the next revelation. The dead students are getting back up and continuing to play with the single-minded determination of the undead.
The Family faces down horror after horror as the week progresses. An oddly matched group, tensions flare and hearts break as the pressure reveals each member’s true character. A campus battleground under zombie invasion is the worst place to worry about relationships, but if not now, there may never be another chance.
The rules are binding and the game is in motion. All the Family can do is play on.
It's always been an honor to enjoy this great game with all of you. I hope you take a look at the book. I realize, only now, that writing a book with a target audience of cash-strapped college students may have been a silly endeavor as far as profits go. :-P This probably isn't going to take care of my current unemployment. Oh well. :-)
Jesse Abram (Riggs)