The Zombie Feed presents: Dead Stay Dead by Paul Jessup

16 Feb

Hey everyone, I just wanted to bring to your attention a great new novella for zombie-fiction lovers that’ll be available soon. 🙂

Paul Jessup will be bringing us ‘Dead Stay Dead’on the 22d of Feb; here’s the sinister cover:

As I said, the novella will be available on the 22nd of this month, but you can pre-order your copies and get it signed by Paul. 🙂 There’s also a cool extract for you to read, just follow this link. 🙂 For more info about Dead Stay Dead and other The Zombie Feed projects, check out their website here.

There’s also be more zombie-related news coming from The Zombie Feed that’ll appear on the blog, so if you dig zombie fiction, you know which blog to keep an eye on. 😉

To get more info about Paul and his work, head on over to his website here.



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