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Flu, Resident Evil 6 and a Plea for Quality Zombie Fiction

I reviewed Flu by Wayne Simmons this week at SF Signal. As much as I was hoping this book would deliver in a failing market of zombie fiction, the characters and writing fell flat like so many others. REVIEW SUMMARY: A character-focused zombie story whose characters you’d rather ignore. BRIEF SYNOPSIS: A flu outbreak in […]

AudioTim 45: Supernatural Horror and Zombie Author, Mark Tufo

Welcome to the latest edition of AudioTim, where I get to ask self-published success story, Mark Tufo about his stories and writing career. I will be giving away his latest novel, Callis Rose. All you have to do to enter is share some love on Twitter or Facebook, including my handle @timothycward, or tagging me […]

Top 10 Reads of 2012

  There are a couple handfuls of good books I read in 2012 that deserve to be recognized, but here are my top ten. Judging the top three hurts my heart, because you could put them in any order and I’d be fine. It may be that their order is there based on order of […]

Audiobook Review: Zombie Fallout by Mark Tufo / Sean Runnette as Narrator

Zombie Fallout by Mark Tufo My rating: 4 of 5 stars Zombie Fallout produces just the type of zombie scenario I enjoy most: straight to the apocalypse and then defend the camp. The humor was well-placed and laugh out loud funny. The action was tense and effective, making this a quick, addicting listen. There is […]