What I like about zombie fiction is that they explore the the fine line between life and death and ask how did this happen? How will I survive?
Dead Party written Shah Wharton is my favorite zombie story. Our heroine develops an extraordinary ability: to survive. She blossoms from a mild mannered girl next door to a strong survivor who finds herself doing things she wouldn't before zombies have transformed the U.K. Darwinism is on steroids while legions of the undead roam cafes while exerting their political ambitions and teeth on residents. Recruiting all zombies now for the Dead Party.
I Zombie I written by Jack Wallen.
A journalist named Jacob chronicles his descent into becoming a zombie while holding onto to his humanity. He awakens in Munich in a kind of morbid snow globe with falling ash that he later realized was human skin. He falls in love with a hacker named Bethany. It's on Kindle and free!
Goddamn Redneck Surfer Zombies by Michael Jasper
Hope springs eternal in Long Beach, North Carolina. Nude zombies mingle among locals asking for directions in this feel good story. An old fisherman wonders how did this came to be? Is it the pull of the moontides or an apocalyptic sign? Wait... Here comes a zombie dragging a coffin.
It is a short story on Kindle and free!
I enjoyed reading zombie fiction so much that I baked a Zombie cake.
Zombies also have been known to raise awareness for a good cause like the Zombie Walk in Shreveport, La.
Zombies have also promoted emergency preparedness. What would you need in an emergency?
Happy Halloween! :)