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...no mad skillz, no sacred destiny, just a pink tracksuit that will take her places she never wanted to go...
It's been said that a sure sign of the coming apocalypse is an 80s roller skate disco movie coming to DVD (with special features). In my science-fiction novel series entitled Apocalypse Babes, a stylish group of twenty-something friends are torn from the Babylonian arms of 2006 West Hollywood and flung nearly thirty years into the past. It might be because one of them purchased the taboo film in a nostalgic moment, setting off a chain of events more disturbing than a roller skating conga line. They wake up in an apocalyptic—but strangely familiar—landscape, complete with a hidden mountain compound and retro survivalists, hinting at hidden and retro issues they must face if they want to survive.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

The Z Word on Smashwords

My newest book, The Z Word, is the first of six books in this eponymous series.

Seffy Carter and her longtime friends Gareth, Addison and Lani. The four besties share a past dysfunctional and dark enough to keep them bound together under do-over identities. But rends develop in their relationships from the flesh-eating
pressures of ending up in 1980, in a Montana desert, surrounded by
zombies wearing dated disco duds
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The book is free at Smashwords through 10/6/11, and is also available for Kindle for 99 cents. I'm hoping Amazon will make it free for a time, and I'll let everyone know if that's the case.

I'll be having a contest starting July 6th, but any reviews, tweets, or posts about The Z Word will still be eligible to be entered. Prizes will include items from Juicy Couture, Victoria's Secret, and Amazon. Check my website for the latest.

Until then, join Seffy, who has no mad skillz, no sacred destiny--just a pink tracksuit that will take her places she never wanted to go...

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