Do you believe in the paranormal and if so, do you have an experience you can share?
My daughter’s room is upstairs. The master bedroom is downstairs. When my daughter was around 14 and not long after my father passed away, she came stumbling and screaming down the stairs.
“A man’s sitting in the chair by the book nook.”
I ran upstairs and of course, there was no one there. Even though my daughter never knew what my father looked like young or that fact he was in the army, her description of him as a young man was spot on. She slept on the couch downstairs for about a month. I still get goosebumps every time I tell the story.
What titles are you working on now that you can tell us about?
Apocalipstick is part of a trilogy titled Hell in a Handbag. Blush of Death is due out in the summer and Liquid Foundations soon after that. One of the characters in Apocalipstick, Eric, makes a guest appearance in Blush of Death. Seeing his character reappear in book 2 is definitely worth the read. In the third book, Jenna, Caleb and some others are trapped underground and face both zombies and a new threat. Think The Descent meets The Walking Dead.
Tell me a little bit about your main character of this book.
Jenna Martin lives in a world gone insane after a mysterious pandemic kills much of the population. Being alive after an apocalypse is bad, but it is made worse when the multitudes killed by the disease return ravenous for human flesh. Jenna, in serious trouble and pursued by undead, heads to the safest place available, a cemetery.
Ready to give up, she finds the strength to persevere for one more night and meets a group of survivors willing to take her in. The group caravans to Virginia, where they plan to inhabit an isolated inn called High Point, but the undead are always close behind. Packs of zombies, known as Streakers, attack, leaving Jenna and the other survivors battling for their lives and racing toward safety.
Once safely isolated at the inn, the group rebuilds society and Jenna begins a relationship with Caleb. Although he withstood the virus, he has not come out unscathed. He and some others now labeled the New Rave have changed into what many would call zombie kin—vampires.
Jenna falls hard and fast for Caleb, which causes more problems that she ever expected in the fledgling society. But there are worse things than vampires and zombies searching for her, and they arrive at the inn’s door ready for destruction.
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