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Advertise Yourself > "Eric the Zombie Slayer." Your favorite zombie killing security guard now has his own novella!

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Matthew | 27 comments Introduced in "Dead but Not for Long," this novella follows Eric as he discovers secrets about a new, powerful dystopian society that is beginning to rise from the ashes of the devastated planet. His exciting journey through a zombie-filled Michigan will keep you rooting for him, or possibly hoping for his death. Also, stay tuned for the sequel of "Dead but Not for Long," coming soon.


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Elizabeth | 9 comments I started "Dead but Not for Long" yesterday, and so far I'm liking it a lot. Also got "Eric the Zombie Slayer", but right now I'm having a lot of trouble not wishing Eric to just go away. :-)


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Matthew | 27 comments Elizabeth wrote: "I started "Dead but Not for Long" yesterday, and so far I'm liking it a lot. Also got "Eric the Zombie Slayer", but right now I'm having a lot of trouble not wishing Eric to just go away. :-)"

lol! He's definitely not everybody's cup of tea...kind of like that cousin you wish would move to Siberia. You almost have to share his mental condition to appreciate him. (Which says a lot about the author.)


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