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Ann Greyson

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As a performer with a background in acting and dance, I consider myself a storyteller with a definite eye for details and the desire to entertain, crafting wide-ranging stories a notch more complex by raveling out clever plots with interesting characters.

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“I know I look good enough to eat, if I say so myself. Well, too bad for you. I am not on the menu.”
Ann Greyson, Never-DEAD

“Bang, you are dead. Oh, my mistake. You’re already dead.”
Ann Greyson, Never-DEAD

“The zombies only kill what they intend to eat. They’re not doing anything illegal. Cannibalism is not against the law!”
Ann Greyson, Never-DEAD

“she couldn’t help but feel resentment toward her ex-husband for leaving her for another woman. She didn’t envy this woman she’d never met, not in the slightest way possible. Rather she prayed to the god Shiva that Sam and his new bride were zombies. She didn’t care to find out either.”
Ann Greyson, Never-DEAD

“She’d never physically hit anyone in her life, until now, because her survival required it. For a brief moment, she felt like she was in The Hunger Games.”
Ann Greyson, Never-DEAD

“Seeing the zombie at the door shocked her, so much so that her right eye began to twitch a little.”
Ann Greyson, Never-DEAD

“I can’t help it. I just have no respect for the dead.”
Ann Greyson, Never-DEAD

“they slowly turned their heads to face her and their bodies followed after. They all turned around at the same time, but in slow motion. It was like something out of a horror movie. All the while, “Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2” by Pink Floyd was playing at a maximum volume on the stereo of the SUV.”
Ann Greyson, Never-DEAD




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