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The Dead Have Risen! Alex LayBourne's Diaries of the Damned Released Today

The dead have risen and a desperate struggle for power has begun. The military are evacuating all survivors in passenger planes. With their destination unknown, one group of survivors led by a journalist named Paul Larkin, decide to share their experiences with the hope that when combined, their stories will reveal the answers that the government had not been willing to give themselves.

Nine survivors banded together, yet none of them realized, as they stood to tell their tales that they stood on the brink of discovering a conspiracy the likes of which the world has never seen. 

Crab your copy from Amazon today for just $2.99

Alex Laybourne:

Born and raised in the coastal English town Lowestoft, it should come as no surprise (to those that have the misfortune of knowing this place) that he became a horror writer.

Married with four children; James, Logan, Ashleigh and Damon. His biggest dream for them is that they grow up, and spend their lives doing what makes them happy, whatever that is.

Conflicting Opinions: Why I Question Everything I Learn Through YouTube

Learning massage is not a static thing. I'm constantly researching new techniques, perpetually attempting to hone the old techniques I already know. Every year I'm required to attain at least 12 CEU's (continuing education units) to remain licensed and certified. The problem with massage is that you can't just read about those techniques. You have to see them before you can perform them. The best way to do this is to take a class with a certified instructor who knows what the hell she/he is doing. And for those 12 CEU's I WILL be required to find and pay that instructor so that they might give me a piece of paper that says I shelled out the dough and passed the class. That class will probably set me back a week's worth of pay, so that instructor better be damn good. Grumble.
If I were a rich woman, I would take a class every couple months. There are so many modalities that I'm dying to learn. Lymphatic Drainage, Table Top Thai, Reflexology, are only a few. I…

Feature Interview: Author Tom Tinney

Tom Tinney is a conservative loving, hippie loathing, v-twin power riding biker and writer of the science fiction novel THREADS: FABRIC OF THE UNIVERSE. He also loves puppies. Do not make him drive a Prius; he will only laugh at you.

KARMA GIRL: Thanks for agreeing to this interview. I'm glad to have you.
Before we start, I'm going to give you my USUAL UNUSUAL DISCLAIMER: No bikers or writers will be harmed in the making of this interview. No hippies either. Sorry dude.


KG: Are you ready?

TOM: Yepper. Have you turned on the "fat finger" correction feature?

KG: Oh yes. Even though I'm an excellent excellent typist....(Insert Rain Man impersonation here.)

According to an interview you did with Indie Author Land, you are a self proclaimed "Biker-Nerd". Can you explain how this concept is possible without ripping a hole in the space-time continuum?

TOM: Sure. As a biker nerd, I am predisposed to ride with a rough crowd, enjoy the freed…


"The Adventures of Keith Flippen, Didgerdoo Player from the 3rd Dimension," by Zombie and the Brain to premier on YouTube.

New Orleans, LA (October 23, 2013) "The Adventures of Keith Flippen" is premiering on YouTube for the first time since it's successful KickStarter concluded in April of 2013. Filmed over the summer, the six episode run was produced by Zombie and the Brain on a $9,097 budget with a cast and crew size of about 50 members.

The sci-fi serial adventure orbits around didgeridoo playing protagonist Keith Flippen (Jeff Robert) as he travels the cosmos with whacky space ranger Colonel Lance Victory (Ladson Deyne), the brilliant Professor Gunterschnitz (Frank Levy), and their plucky secretary Penelope Goodheart (Rebecca Elizabeth Hollingsworth).

Keith may just be looking for a gig, but the Colonel is focused on one mission: putting a stop to an evil queen's malicious plans. Queen Calamitous (Shelley Johnson Rucker), joined by her second in comman…

Fresh Blood: A VWSG Anthology

The Vampire Writers Support Group has just put out an anthology called FRESH BLOOD: VAMPIRE WRITERS SUPPORT GROUP ANTHOLOGY VOLUME No. 1...and one of my stories is in it! But don't let that stop you from checking it out. Other contributing authors include Daven Anderson, Matthew E. Banks, Lucy Blue, Jessica Cage, Danielle DeVor, Drusiana, Donna Fernstrom, Donald L. Pitsiladis, Selene MacLeod, Brian Patrick McKinley, Dan Shaurette, Tabitha Grace Smith, Emma Rawlin, and Jay Wilburn. Proceeds from the book will go to the National Hemophilia Foundation. FRESH BLOOD is now available through Amazon and Createspace. Check it out today! Show less