Free: Dangerous Hunts: A Zombie Father’s Day Tale, Feb. 12 – Feb. 16


Dangerous Hunts

Dangerous Hunts: A Zombie Father's Day Tale

Get your free copy of Dangerous Hunts: A Zombie Father’s Day Tale from Feb. 12 through Feb. 16.  JUST IN TIME FOR VALENTINE’S DAY!!!

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The brochure reads: “Dangerous Hunts: If it moves, you can kill it.” But the Carters will soon discover that not everything that moves can be killed.

At his wife’s urging, Matthew Carter takes his new step-son on a Father’s Day hunt he will not soon forget.

It’s open season on the undead, and there’s no limit on the amount you can bag.

Promotional Handouts for Black Dawg and Dangerous Hunts


I have printed out some of the postcards available from Avery with the following promotional adds for Black Dawg (Coming Soon from Viper Comics) and Dangerous Hunts: A Zombie Father’s Day Tale.  I’ll be handing them out tomorrow at the River City Comic Convention in Little Rock, if anyone’ll be there or knows someone who will.

I didn’t get a booth this time, as I only have the one book out, and a table costs $40.  They’ll be having another one in November that I might go to.  If so, what I’ll probably do is get a friend to gather up his comics for sale and I’ll get together mine.  I have Magic: The Gathering cards and Hero Clix I might throw in, too.  Combined with our random comic/geek stuff for sale, I could have some hard copies of Dangerous Hunts available.

Just a thought.

Oh, hey, feel free to copy both ads and wall paper the Internet with them.  Shoot, wallpaper your local Wal-Mart bathrooms with them.  The point is, I need help spreading the word.

“You stay classy.”

Raymond

Dangerous Hunts – A Zombie Fathers Day Tale by Raymond Masters (via …. i can stay)


My first review (aside from the awesome one Sean did up on Amazon). Awesome. Very complimentary, Emmet. Thanks!

– Ray

Dangerous Hunts – A Zombie Fathers Day Tale by Raymond Masters "So, do you think , kiddo?" Though, judging by his son's disgusted expression, Matthew probably already knew the answer. Mockingly, Robby answered, "If it moves, you can kill it." "Why the sarcasm, I thought you got off on stuff like this." "Um, just because you're now married to my mom, doesn't mean you know me. You haven't even known me long enough to know me." Originally posted over at Tastes Like Comics. Robby and his new father Matthew have … Read More

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Dangerous Hunts: A Zombie Father’s Day Tale “Dead Giveaway” Ebook Contest


Check out my contest lurching your way.  Yep, I’m jumping on the contest bandwagon and giving away a copy of Dangerous Hunts: A Zombie Father’s Day Tale.

The Carters will soon discover that not everything that moves can be killed.

The winner(s) can choose any format available on either Amazon or Smashwords.

Contest Dates:

July 7 – July 31

The standard RULES apply.

Scoring:

+1 Follow me on Twitter  http://twitter.com/#!/Azrael52

+1 (One for each site): Mention this post on Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Digg, or whatever other freakin’ social site has popped up this week.  Add the link to the comments.

+1 Follow my blog

+2 Post a comment on your blog

Bonus point just for being you.

As with any of these type contests, you must post links in the comments, here, to be entered.  Besides a link to your blog is a good thing.  (Yes, even here.  I heard that, mister.)

BONUS: I will give away an extra copy for every ten people who leave a comment, so be sure to tell your undead army of friends.

I will post the winner around the first of August.  Good luck!

– Raymond

Dangerous Hunts Amazon Kindle Edition – $0.99


 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.amazon.com/Dangerous-Hunts-Zombie-Fathers-ebook/dp/B0055WYVAI/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1308191585&sr=1-2

Dangerous Hunts: A Zombie Father’s Day Tale is now up on Amazon for Kindle.  Please, head over and download it for 99 cents and then give me some feedback on what you think.

Thanks!

Raymond

Dangerous Hunts: A Zombie Father’s Day Tale – Only $0.99


A Zombie Father's Day Tale

My first self-published short story

The brochure reads: “Dangerous Hunts: If it moves, you can kill it.” But the Carters will soon discover that not everything that moves can be killed. At his wife’s urging, Matthew Carter takes his new step-son on a Father’s Day hunt he will not soon forget. It’s open season on the undead, and there’s no limit on the amount you can bag.

This is my first venture into the all too accessible world of self-pub/e-pub.  I’m still working some kinks out, but I wanted to at least get it up somewhere prior to Father’s Day this Sunday.

Please, pick it up at Smashwords and let me know what you think.  Find it here:  http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/66532

Thanks a million!

– Raymond

Dead: The Ugly Beginning by TW Brown


Wow.

Just finished reading Dead: The Ugly Beginning, and let me tell you, it was pretty damned twisted.  It was sick.  The word vile springs to mind, in fact.

So, naturally, I can’t wait to read the next installment.

I’ve seen some zombie stories that were either too campy (by which I mean the unintentionally campy), or too repetitive.  Let’s face it, the formula of “Zombies appear, kill people, and are dispatched through head shot after head shot until the story’s over” can get really tedious.  This is not the case with Dead.  TW Brown does an exceptional job of capturing not just the gory head shots, evisceration, and entrails, but the down beats, the story beats, and the larger world view through the aid of six sets of vignettes.

Brown chooses to open his zombified world with two core groups of characters.  The first group centers around Steve, who, in his own words, “ain’t no hero.”  Steve is a loner who quickly finds himself in charge of a growing band of survivors.  The second group is affectionately known as The Geeks . . . but, they’re cool geeks . . . like me and you.  Right.

There’s a lot of adventure as both teams search for refuge against the growing sea of undead.  There’s some disturbing imagery to be certain, but it’s not gratuitous.  It’s actually TW Brown forcing us to look deep into the gaping soul of a tortured mankind.  It’s not his fault we don’t necessarily like the ugly truth staring back at us.

If you’re in the mood to be entertained, and you’re a little bit twisted yourself why not check out the following links:

http://maydecemberpublications.com/

TW Brown on Amazon