Plague, Book Two of The Dead Land Trilogy, continues to move along. The zombie virus is spreading and things are starting to break down. Destroying the world is sort of fun. In a fictional sense. I've been getting 1000 words a day, which is a respectable pace. For those of you who don't think you have time to write, 1000 words per day (which should take about an hour) equals at least three novels per year, depending on length.
I have a number of books that I'm currently reading. I tend to switch back and forth between books, eventually finishing all of them.
The Frenzy Way by Gregory Lamberson
Under the Dome by Stephen King
Sick by Brett Battles
Throttle by Joe Hill and Stephen King
On a side note, I've been listening to Hold On by Alabama Shakes quite a bit. If you like Southern Rock, you owe it to yourself to check them out:
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I thought I'd share a snipped of my work-in-progress, Die Trying. John Regal is a man with the unique ability to spot dangerous people...
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