Combines Things To Do in Texas After the Zombie Apocalypse with Things We Did in Texas After the Zombie Apocalypse
You asked for it? You got it! Now you can read both short stories Things To Do and Things We Did in Texas After the Zombie Apocalypse, at your convenience all in one short story from the comfort of your Kindle. Or iPhone. Or iPad Or Android Phone. Or toilet paper dispenser. Or in-flight emergency exit guide. Or computerized refrigerator. Or wigit-ized microwave oven. You get the idea. You can read these short stories from practically anywhere, including in your car (so long as you are not texting and driving. Or reading and driving, even worse! Don’t do that! Wait till you are ordering your lunch at Sonic and you have a few minutes until the cute car hop brings your order!
Includes all your favorite stories, including:
Things We Did in Texas After the Zombie Apocalypse
First Date with a Vampire
How to Shave Like a Man When You are a Werewolf at Night
Read the stories that your co-workers will be talking about long after Twilight and The Vampire Diaries are ancient history!!
Escape from the long lines at the Library of Congress because of Another Government Shutdown!
Be a good environmentalist and hug a tree today. You saved this tree and a hundred more just like it because you bought my stories on your Kindle!!!
Enjoy an off the wall oddball zombie story this Halloween with the unforgettable Zed the Zombie! He may speak a little slow (2 hours at a time per word) but he’s got that extra something most zombies don’t….Soul! And a curious affectation for orange juice….
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WIthin the science fiction genre, I have the absolute freedom to create worlds of any kind and any place, in any time I see fit. The rules are only limited by your imagination!
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Read everything you can, from authors w you love. Find a few books online about writing at Amazon.com, there are many out there. Read the reviews and decide for yourself about the kind of writing that works best for you. Find some time where you can have no distractions and just write!
Ken Burgess (1970 – ?) was born in Barberton, OH and now currently resides in West Texas, working in the oilfield industry as an on-site mud logger, which consists of inspecting drill cuttings under a microscope to identify what the drilling rig is drilling in at the time the cuttings were examined, and to monitor gasses coming out of the drilling hole to ensure the prevention blow-out conditions. He has been a mud logger for the past 8 years, and while he loves his job, he has found he has an inordinate amount of free-time on his hands, and so he is trying his hand at writing. Wish him luck!
Long time reader, fan of The Walking Dead, Dune, Ender’s Game, Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and so many others. My daytime job (that I do at night) gave me the free time I needed to start writing.
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