David K Roberts – self-published author sci-fi thriller horror novels

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Fifty Shades Of Grey Matter

“I still don’t know why we have to see this film. I’ve heard it’s a pile of …” Gary Newman’s whinging was interrupted by his girlfriend who had heard this same chant a number of times earlier in the day. “Enough, already. I want to see it,” she said, hugging him. “You never know, we…

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Recognising The Zombie Apocalypse

There is one question that has always bothered me with respect to the Zombie Apocalypse, and that is, would I recognise the plain truth of it before I get taken down and join the hordes of Undead? I have immersed myself in the genre for the last 3 years with my writing, the people I…

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Dogs And The Zombie Apocalypse

Following up on my recent article on the best dog to have in a Zombie Apocalypse, I think I missed the point a little in as much the question should not have been Bitzer or Pedigree, but dog or no dog? I read the most wonderful story this week about a group of four Swedes…

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A Great Dog For The Zombie Apocalypse

I have included dogs in my books about the Zombie Apocalypse but it might be interesting to think about what sort of dog would make a good side-kick in the ZA, in fact a great dog for the zombie apocalypse! Ideas of what to look for in a dog: Capacity to warn of approaching danger…

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Babe: Pig In The Apocalypse – Chapter 3 – A Shaggy Dog Tail

The relief that Qwackers had survived his terrible ordeal was short-lived. The humans had heard all of Salma’s cries for help and, of course, Goliath’s not-so subtle approach to rescuing their friend. Now the once dignified creatures (they walked on two legs so they had to be) were crawling across the debris, their nacreous eyes…

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Dogs In The Apocalypse

In my book, The Common Cold: A Zombie Apocalypse, I introduced a dog to the survivors. It was trapped on the aeroplane with them. He appealed to everyone as something from normal times; he amused the children, helping to keep them calm, and maybe, just maybe, he could function as an alarm, warning of zombie…

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