We interrupt your Late Night TGIF festivities to bring you a better late than never Fourth-Wall Friday! As I mentioned yesterday my blog dropped acid New Years Eve and has been more than a bit out of sorts. My database admin tells me that they will be able to flush the flashback reactions and all the weird shit happening before the end of next week.
Till then all my daily stuff will be wonky, as I said… so if you see unicorns farting rainbows running across the
The first episode in a new novella series by acclaimed horror writers Craig DiLouie, Joe McKinney, and Stephen Knight!
“The Retreat” #1: Pandemic
As a new disease turns people into sadistic, laughing killers, in Boston, a battalion of light infantry struggles to maintain order. As the numbers of infected grow, the battalion loses control, and the soldiers find themselves fighting for their lives against the very people they once swore an oath to protect.
During the ensuing collapse, the lost battalion learns the Army is still holding out in Florida, which has been cleared of the Infected. Harry Lee,
by Walking Dead
For anyone late to the undead party, this article contains spoilers!
At the end of the last episode with the Governor’s *grumbling* return and his literal falling into some of his old “soldiers”, let’s take a moment to discuss just how much things are different from the comic and the TV show. Without being rabid fans, we have Kevin Fischer from The Examiner here to give us his take on the whole thing. Kevin has some great insight and I am thrilled to have him here since I am not sure I can take what is going to be happening tonight and I am suffering from a “The Day of the Doctor” hangover. The
I was late late late but I am going to be adding giveaways so keep looking! I have two going on and they are open till the end of August! One monster in the form of a bridge and the other the form of a wonderful neck biting VAMPIRE BOOK! Enger both! Who knows I may add more so check back! Now, the MONSTER in the book giveaway may not bite or want to eat brains but … ohhhh you
Vamps vs Zombies
My Shelf Confessions is having a month-long event celebrating all things Zombie and Vampire! Which monster reigns supreme?! There will be a Giveaway Blog Hop, a Linky Up Challenge where you can link your Vampire/Zombie themed posts from the month of August, a Books, Brains ‘n Blood Read-a-Thon, lots of Hosted Challenges, author guest posts/interviews, twitter parties, reviews and giveaway gore galore!! There are THREE different Linky’s for these main Activities!
Not part of the Read-a-Thon or event? No Problem, you can still win! Just follow the giveaway instructions below!
Cabin Goddess: Battle of the Bands
We interrupt your Fourth-Wall Friday to bring you a fresh new find!
I have had one hell of a week, on top of fighting the regular ol’ flu with the upset tummy and the fever which has hovered between 101-103 for three days, launching a new release, dealing with a psychotic squirrel who just won’t stop his partying at 4 AM and the fact I am not getting to bed on Alaskan time but Australia time, I am beat. So when I woke up this morning and checked my 4K+ messages and prayed the author had gotten back to me after his *coughing* reminder and
This is it, my finally post in the #atozchallenge. I bet you knew it was going to be about zombies, well it is, sort of. It is about Daryl Dixon of The Walking Dead. I am, big surprise here, a huge Walking Dead fangirl both in show and comic consumption. I love Daryl! He is nowhere in the comic and whose character was created solely for the purpose of driving the plot forward for the cable
Mylar Balloons, Brad Pitt, Fruit Bellini’s & a Giveaway from a Caffeine & Book Fairy!
Please help me welcome Barbara Custer who is stopping off at the cabin for an interview with me today while Goddess Fish is helping tour her book “Steel Rose” … (anyone want a little alien with their zombies? Today Barbara discusses balloons, Bellini’s and why she will never show up at a party with a whole cake… oh and a whole lot more! Steel Rose is not her first rodeo she has taken at this circuit with her books Twilight Healer and City of Brotherly Death! Can you see her where her tastes are and why I so wanted to have her over? *grin* I think Barbara and I are going to get along
And Corn is INCREDIBLY sexy! #atozchallenge
I was going to do I is for Indies and actually Geoff promised to do one like he did last year with his piece on Z is for Zombies called - MANUFACTURING DISBELIEF – Keep the Science out of my Zombies. But he is going through a lot now and his time is important to him. I will state that he has a lot of wonderful insight on Indies and one day he will grace us with his thoughts. For now however, I want to talk about Iowa and Corn, why? Summer is coming and we had run to the store yesterday
Reading Mysteries, Camping, Bedazzled Bunnies and The Walking Dead
Today is combo-meal posting! Tomorrow I start the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge and will be folding it into prompts for my Camp NaNoWhineMo project which I started here during #BlogFlash2013. The Darkness started off with a few ideas which I also used for my synopsis, as you can see by reading these two pieces of flash fiction.
Are you doing CampNaNoWriMo? What is your goal?
For most of you today ham is being consumed and easter eggs hunted. I already celebrated Eostra on Spring Equinox so instead today is a black day for me & my zombie horde lovers. The end is here till fall. We will be watching reruns of The