The red plague has devastated the human race, turning billions of people into zombies with red eyes and an insatiable hunger for human flesh.
The 212R virus sweeps through the population so quickly a possible cure is left to rot. Seventeen-year-old Maya Solomon may be the only survivor who knows where it is. But to reach the lab in Raleigh, North Carolina she will have to outrun the infected boy tracking her every step and cross into a city swarming with monsters.
Targeted Age Group:: 13+
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
In a paranormal world, ordinary rules don’t apply. Magic is real. But at the same time the characters and conflict need to be grounded in reality.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Keep writing. No matter the roadblocks, keep working on your craft.
One of my first memories is dangling over the arm of our living room sofa telling myself a post-apocalyptic survival tale in which my mother and I were the last two people on earth. It was so fun, I never stopped telling stories. In high school, I faked being ill so I could stay home to work on a novel about a nanny who falls in love with her boss’ bad boy nephew.
As an adult I earned a college degree, got married, and had a child, but I never stopped writing. It only got more fun. I wrote through my lunch breaks at work. I wrote on the treadmill at the gym. Eventually, I had dozens of short stories, novellas, and full-length novels piling up on thumb drives and in plastic tubs.
Now, I’m ready to share my stories with you, starting with The Dark Caster Series and the Red Plague Trilogy. I hope you love reading them as much as I loved writing them!What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
After reading Warm Bodies (and seeing the really sweet film) I looked for fun, romantic zombie novels, but couldn’t find any. So, I wrote my own.
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