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Cabin Goddess Has Succombed to a Zombie-ish Apocalypse

While I hold them off, and reformat my computer and pray that I can fix this and also take on a hacker who has been attempting to get into my wordpress database hourly I appease to your love, your support and hope you will abandon me in my hour of need.

I am going to be attempting to “CURE” it without using the same cure they used in Wisteria! MEANWHILE check out all the goodies and links in abundance above and below and to the left .. and a jump to the right! I still have a bunch of great posts! I expect to take a day to do backups onto DVD’s, another day to shore up the Isle of D (to much stuff, all movies) and hope by moving the population of the Land of C onto the Isle of D I can just do a burn and cleanse of the Land of C and get ride of the zombies within. Hopefully the new vaccine will keep my new population from succumbing again and the crowded population of D can once again move back to the inland villages of C. Thanks for being patient. MEANWHILE check out these GREAT SITES For KINGDOM’s Book Tour which started today over at my PR company First Rule Publicity! (well mine and Generals Jessica Lay and Stephen Zimmer)

Cabin Goddess Has Succombed to a Zombie-ish Apocalypse

The Week before the Tour Anderson was hosted on Blog Talk Radio with The Indie Exchange. Kriss Morton and Coral Russell review and talk about his book.

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The Indie Exchange is also hosting a Read Along so anyone who is on the tour and also who is interested in reading a great book along with us for the month, Anderson will also be participating by posing book club style questions each month

KINGDOM READ-ALONG with The Indie Exchange


Cabin Goddess Has Succombed to a Zombie-ish Apocalypse

Cabin Goddess Has Succombed to a Zombie-ish Apocalypse

What readers are saying about KINGDOM

“A taut, brilliantly conceived thriller with impeccable pacing bursting with ideas…For fans of noir-laden science fiction in the vein of Philip K. Dick that is in equal measures suspenseful, gripping, darkly funny and philosophically challenging.” (starred review) -Kirkus Reviews

“Toss William Gibson, Andrew Vachss and David Fincher into the Petri dish, irradiate them, then infuse the result with Transylvanian meth, and you’ll have some sense of what O’Donnell has concocted.” – Jack O’Connell, author of Box Nine and The Resurrectionist.

“There simply aren’t enough stars to communicate the impressiveness of O’Donnell’s work here. He has taken religion, science, politics, theory and philosophy and blended them all together to create what is easily one of the most important books to come out this year.” - Pavarti K. Tyler, Fighting Monkey Press & author of Shadow on the Wall

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Cabin Goddess Has Succombed to a Zombie-ish ApocalypseIn a secret laboratory hidden under the desert, a covert bioengineering project—codename “Exodus”—has discovered the gene responsible for the human soul.

Somewhere in the neon sprawl outside the nation’s collapsing economic core, a group of renegade monks are on the verge of uncovering a secret that has eluded mankind for centuries.

In a glittering tower high above the urban decay, an ascendant U.S. Senator is found dead—an apparent, yet inexplicable, suicide.

And in the streets below, a young man races through an ultra modern metropolis on the verge of a violent revolution….closing in on the terrible truth behind Exodus—and one man’s dark vision for the future of mankind.

Welcome to Tiber City




Anderson O’Donnell presents a biopunk, dystopian noir-esque thriller in this amazing read, KINGDOM. Most people are familiar with the term “cyberpunk,” but “biopunk” is harder to nail down. In many ways, biopunk is similar to the cyberpunk genre, and shares many of the same themes and archetypes: the dystopian future; the overreliance on technology; mega-corporations; a constant and overwhelming flow of data; the anti-hero—these elements are integral parts of both genres.

Both genres are fueled, to some extent, by the sense of rebellion and desire for individual freedom expressed by the original punk rock revolution. But the main difference—the most important difference—is that while cyberpunk focuses on invasive technological modification of the human body, biopunk explores the dehumanizing consequences of biological modification, of re-arranging our DNA in the pursuit of perfection.Cabin Goddess Has Succombed to a Zombie-ish Apocalypse

Anderson lives in Connecticut with his wife and sons. Anderson himself deems Kingdom as “a thrill-a-minute, bio-punk myth that manages to wrestle with the most pressing issues of the new millennium. O’Donnell has crafted a kickass novel of tomorrow night, when the big party gets raided by the monsters we’ve been building for the last half-century.”

His debut novel, Kingdom, a dystopian, biopunk thriller, is now available in paperback and ebook format. Kingdom is the first part of the Tiber City Trilogy. Look for part two, Exile,in the summer of 2013.


Cabin Goddess Has Succombed to a Zombie-ish Apocalypse



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