It’s the Summer of Zombies and you know what that means? Certain death and/or arms caching? Plague? Bands of Mad Max-like marauders skipping from town to town to glean tools and food for survival?
*jazz hands* BLOG TOUR!
The stench of rotting flesh is in the air! Welcome to the Summer of Zombie Blog Tour 2014, with 33 of the best zombie authors spreading the disease in the month of June.
Stop by the event page on Facebook so you don’t miss an interview, guest post or teaser… and pick up some great swag as well! Giveaways galore from most of the authors as well as interaction with them! #SummerZombie
The Summer of Zombie 2014 blog tour has already launched, and I’m very happy to have fellow zombiephile Peggy Martinez as a guest today to learn more about her and her novel State of Decay!
When not writing, Peggy can be found spending time at home with her husband, her teen son, and four little girls. She loves reading, writing, soap making, aromatherapy,gangster movies, prepping for the zombie apocalypse, and downing insane amounts of Twizzlers and Kazoozles.
As if being a wife and homeschooling mom of five doesn’t keep her busy enough, Peggy Martinez is a full time Author who has six published books, including The Time Warper Series, State of Decay, the Contradiction books, and Unnatural Occurrence. Peggy’s dream is to own a small homestead where she can raise some chickens along with her five kids, tend to a large garden, and one day take her dream vacation’s to Ireland, Greece, and Scotland.
SPOTLIGHT ON: State of Decay
What is your latest zombie release?
State of Decay
Quick description of it (no spoilers)
Despite what you’ve been told, the Apocalypse doesn’t begin with fire raining down from the heavens, nor does it begin with the human race falling down on their faces in supplication before a triumphant god. No, the sounds of the Apocalypse are much more terrifying than that, and I should know … I’ve heard them, and hearing the world tumble into chaos around me is not something I’ll ever forget. My name is Melody Carter. A Boeing 767 fell from the sky and wiped out most of my neighborhood. But, that’s the least of my worries. My list of “Things I’m Most Worried About” shifted dramatically when my dad told me that charred corpses tried to make a meal out of their rescuers … I’m thinking yours would too. This is my story. It’s not for the faint of heart.
Something unique about it
The infection is spread differently than most zombie novels I’ve read and my heroine is the daughter of a retired Army officer, so she kicks butt & takes names.