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12 – Bridging The Gap

Pius unceremoniously skewered the helmsman standing in the wheelhouse from behind, thrusting up into the brain and taking whatever life it possessed, after which we threw the flaccid corpse unceremoniously overboard. I looked at where he had been standing and saw that the key was still in the ignition, a small, yellow plastic Homer Simpson … Read more12 – Bridging The Gap

11 – Taking In The Sights

It was weird but as we ran for the trees I kept on thinking how this place looked in normal times – filled with office workers, civil servants, tourists, protesters, and the encampments of long term political complainants. All of that was now gone, in its place huge amounts of rubbish, torn down tents, discarded … Read more11 – Taking In The Sights

6 – Frying Pan or Fire – You Choose

By the time we crossed the river we could hear steady gunfire starting up again, presumably at the crowd coming up from the south. The sci-fi buzzing of the drone’s guns could also be heard as they dealt death and destruction from above. I wondered if the ‘Battle of Lambeth’ would be remembered like 9/11 … Read more6 – Frying Pan or Fire – You Choose

5 – Puppet Master

Arriving at Lambeth Bridge, we discovered our route along the embankment was blocked by the military standing shoulder to shoulder on the far side of the roundabout, guns ready with bayonets fixed. In spite of the fact that they had tank back up even from this distance I could see apprehension in each man’s eyes … Read more5 – Puppet Master

4 – Questions Answered

Becky looked at me and I could see abject fear on her face – I knew she agreed with my decision because I struggled to keep up with her on our devil-chased retreat. My girl was never normally one to do as she was told – or maybe it was just with me, I don’t … Read more4 – Questions Answered

3 – Unanswered Questions

Together we walked – I hobbled – back to the bright yellow fibreglass security hut and Pius opened the door. “Come in and sit down,” he instructed me. Still feeling weak from my encounter I did as he ordered, grateful to be off my leg – the cut was beginning to ache and sting like … Read more3 – Unanswered Questions

2 – More Signs

Not wanting to mix it with the millions of tourists Brexit brought us this summer we had already agreed on dodging them by crossing the river at Vauxhall. This way we would remain well clear of them at least until we reached Westminster. Unwittingly we’d finally done something right. Hand in hand we trekked briskly … Read more2 – More Signs

Zombie Guide Magazine

If you love all things Zombie, or maybe you just like a good argument about human behaviour, then I reckon you ought to check out this website. It’s the Zombie Guide Magazine. There is something for everyone; from, you guessed it – The Walking Dead, through to author interviews, hints and tips on how to … Read moreZombie Guide Magazine

The Common Cold – The Death Of Us?

As many of you will know, the Zombie Apocalypse in my trilogy, The Common Cold: A Zombie Chronicle, is based upon the fact that we, both the government and the people will be mortally infected before we have a chance to realise what is happening, let alone having the chance to fight it. Picture yourself … Read moreThe Common Cold – The Death Of Us?

Out Now! The Common Cold: A Zombie Chronicle – Dez Rez

At last! The third in the Trilogy, “The Common Cold: A Zombie Chronicle – Dez Rez” is now available on Amazon Kindle. In the next few days it will become available on other platforms through www.smashwords.com. No longer able to eke out a hand to mouth existence in the mountains above Denver, and with the … Read moreOut Now! The Common Cold: A Zombie Chronicle – Dez Rez

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