By award winning author and artist, Ms. Cinsearae S.
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MEET SOME OF THE LOVELY (UNZOMBIFIED) LADIES OF THE 2012 ZOMBIE PINUP CHICKS CALENDAR! (To see rest, you know what to do...
Stephanie Kincaid believes proper punctuation is very important (After all, "I'm an ass man!" is quite a different statement from "I'm an ass, man!"). She thinks that she might like to be a platypus in her next life. She also thinks your brain looks tasty.
Tierra Coleman: I'm a single mom of two. I'm currently attending college for my Bachelor's Degree in Graphic Design. I am also an aspiring alternative model. My hobbies/interests include belly dancing, writing, dressing up, creating art, and vampires.
Ashley Amber Bottoms is an aspiring model, actress, and radio personality as has been recently heard as a regular in-studio guest on WBZ Radio's Nightside with Dan Rea. She has also starred in independent films such as "Hooked", "CO2", and was cast as an extra in Adam Sandler's "I Hate You, Dad". Ashley is also the creator and star of her own local cable show, "Bottoms Up" and "Watch This" as well as the Co-Host of the Unregular Radio show "The Anthony Duva Show starring Anthony and Ashley" which can be heard every Sunday Afternoon.
My name is Rhonda Kachur, AKA Rhonny Reaper. I run the horror blog Dollar Bin Horror, I'm one of three hosts of the Dollar Bin Horror Radio show on Blogtalkradio.com, and I'm a horror author who's been published in 5 books and one magazine (yours lol). I have edited two anthologies entitled "Rhonny Reaper's Creature Features" and "Rhonny Reaper's Roadkill Cafe. I love long walks in the cemetery and my dream is to eat Stephen King's brain. LOL
Phoenix Rupp is an eclectic goth and pagan from North Hollywood, Ca.
WANT TO BE THE NEXT ZOMBIE PINUP CHICK FOR THE 2013 CALENDAR? SEND UP TO 2 GOOD QUALITY PHOTOS OF YOURSELF, ONE FULL SHOT AND ONE HALF-SHOT (from the waist up) WEAR YOUR CUTEST/SEXIEST OUTFIT AND STRIKE A POSE, AND WHO KNOWS, YOU MIGHT BE CHOSEN! THE MORE CREATIVE YOU ARE WITH YOUR POSE, THE BETTER YOUR CHANCE TO BE CHOSEN! PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF A BIT IN YOUR EMAIL. SEND YOUR SUBMISSIONS TO ZombieCalendarProject(at)yahoo(dot) com. A MODEL RELEASE FORM WILL BE SENT OUT TO THE ONES CHOSEN. I WILL BE TAKING SUBMISSIONS UNTIL NOVEMBER 1, 2012. BE SURE TO OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE PHOTOS YOU SEND. THANK YOU AND GOOD LUCK!
NEW FROM HAZARDOUS PRESS
A Quick Bite of Flesh is an outstanding collection of 55 bite-sized tales of zombie goodness. Stories of terror, sadness, adventure, revenge and betrayal. Whether you like your zombie stories terrifying, humorous, or bizarre, you will find plenty to love in this collection. Stories by Terry Alexander, Jason Andrew, Michael H. Antonio, Mary Ann Back, Rose Blackthorn, H.G. Bleackley, Rebecca L. Brown, Charles Colyott, Alyn Day, Mandy DeGeit, Deborah Drake, T. Fox Dunham, Kris Freestone, Aaron Gudmunson, Tara Fox Hall, Dane Hatchell, Janet Joyce Holden, David James Keaton, Ken MacGregor, John McCarthy, Fi Michell, Joe Mogel, Doug Murano, Paco, Jennifer Paquette, Lucy Pireel, Joseph Polega, Tori L. Ridgewood, Suzanne Robb, Armand Rosamilia, Cinsearae S., Mark Scioneaux, Matthew Smallwood, Rebecca Snow, Tony Southcotte, Cameron Suey, Emily Vater, Edd Vick, Steve Voelker, D. Alexander Ward, L.E. White, Sheri White, William Whorton, Jay Wilburn, Matthew Wilson, Robert S. Wilson, and Wol-vriey. 216 pages.
Light on the horror and heavy on the fun, this book has a lot of imaginative stories and cover the gamut of interests.
The Zombie Cookbook helps, what really keeps the idea of zombies “fresh” in the mind of readers around the globe is its collection of stories, poems, sketches and recipes which orbit around a subject everyone can sink their teeth into: Food!
As you can imagine, all of these stories are written tongue-in-rotted-cheek. So if you want a fun collection of writing that mixes humor, horror, and a dash of cilantro, pick up The Zombie Cookbook.-- Sean McLachlan, http://midlistwriter.blogspot.com/2009/10/book-review-zombie-cookbook.html cot 5
"Are you a fan of rotting flesh, drooping eyeballs, dismembered bodies, romance? Romance? Yes, The Zombie Cookbook has something for everyone whether your reading tastes lean toward the gruesome or the romantic. Kim Richards has put together an eclectic collection of zombie tales and recipes... Interspersed with these delectable tales are eye-popping, finger-licking good illustrations provided by the talented George Silliman"
If you’re a fan of zombie fiction, I would definitely recommend picking this up. Don’t try the recipes at home, though, unless you’ve got a shambling dead to feed.
...well-written. ...When the collection hits its high points, in stories like The Right Recipe and My Big Fat Zombie Wedding, you end up discovering some short stories that have a lot of depth and world-building done to them in addition to the puns and slapstick humour that pepper the book. ...definitely worth checking out at http://www.zombiecookbook.net. Both e-book and print versions are available.
The Zombie cookbook puts a totally new twist on the lives or rather lack thereof, of such creatures.
full of surprises--a wonderful break from the traditional Halloween-type horror stories