Okay not really, but wouldn’t it be great if Josh Gates were added to the show Downton Abbey. He could be a butler.
I am giving away one ebook copy of Zombie Housewives of the 1970′s as a gift through Amazon. To be entered for the drawing, simply leave a name (real please) and an email address in the comments or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org). I will draw one (1) lucky winner at noon (ET) on Friday the 13th (December 13, 2013).
The winner will receive an email from Amazon with a link and directions to download their ebook. BTW you will, of course, need software or device that reads Kindle ebook formats.
The Prize: Zombie Housewives of the 1970′s Kindle Price: $4.99
Zombie Housewives of the 1970′s is the third in the Zombie Housewives series. Each fun book in the series covers another decade for women and their roles, each placed out with new characters and new zombie apocalypse scenarios. This dark urban humor series, done in color for maximum artistic effect, has been a cult favorite with zombie-themed enthusiasts. Join us in this installment that takes the characters Mary and Melissa through the 1970′s decade with a zombie twist that will forever change how you see the dorky 1970′s and the zombie-versus-human theme.
In the mood for a cyborg Bigfoot? Of course, you are. Believe it or nor, this is NOT a Syfy channel movie. Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/pages/MEGAFOOT/780884651937614
A little something special to drink from while reading your paranormal/steampunk stories. You can find it at Amazon.
Once again, it is that time of the year when I pick my Creative Reads by Outstanding Writers (CROW awards). Hopefully this list will help you find the perfect stocking-stuffer for that “book nerd” in your life. As you know, Gnostalgia leans to the paranormal and steampunk.
I’d like to point out Elizabeth Watasin’s work. Any of her three latest titles would make the “CROW” list. I only picked one to keep the list manageable. The Clockwork Scarab review is by my blog-buddy Debby.