Susan Abel Sullivan is visiting today. She wants to let everyone know about her new book, "Fried Zombie Dee-Light!"
She's sharing an excerpt with a very interesting title.
"Zombie Hunting With My Mother"
My mom's had a lot of time on her hands recently, what with the recession and getting laid off from her job and all, so she's taken up two new hobbies. Southern cooking. And zombie hunting.
It's almost midnight and we're ransacking the tool box in the garage for lethal weapons. The garage is so junky, we can't even park a car, let alone two cars in it. And the only light we have to work by is from the spill through the door that leads into the kitchen.
My mother hands me a shovel. "Here, you can use this."
I just stare at her for a moment. I don't remember seeing shovel listed as an optimal weapon in Zombie Hunting for Dummies.
Book Description: A fun collection about ghouls, ghosts, zombies, and an advice column featuring dead letters from the lovelorn! You'll want to steer clear of Bubba's Cafe after you find out what they serve, and if you teach Group X, you'll be leery of job postings for Certified Zombie Instructors. Quiver, quake and chuckle at these quirky tales of the paranormal.
About Susan: Susan Abel Sullivan lives in a Victorian house in northeastern Alabama with two dogs, way too many cats, and a ghost. When not writing she likes to get her groove on by teaching Zumba classes. She is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop for speculative fiction. Her short fiction and poetry have appeared in numerous online and print publications, including Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, ASIM Best of Horror: Vol II, Beyond Centauri, New Myths, AlienSkin, and Writers’ Journal. She is currently working on a YA novel about the supernaturally challenged. Visit her website at susanabelsullivan.weebly.
com or twitter @susan_abel.
Susan has visited Bookworm Lisa before. She shared with us why she likes the paranormal genre. You can see the post HERE!
The book is only $2.99 on Kindle!
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