Tag: apocalypse

Book Review: TWELVE DAYS, by Steven Barnes

The announcement of global genocide, of a purposely brought on apocalypse, feels and sounds more like an elaborate hoax than a viable threat. That is until the demonstrations begin. The world is being held hostage. An unknown group is promising the death of high-ranking political, and powerful citizens from across the world. Each day a […]

Blog Hopping

Just wanted to wrap up the fall / winter 2015 season. I recently contributed as a guest blogger on some pretty popular blog sites. I thought I would add the links below, in case you missed the blogs, and interviews and wanted to be kept up to date on my writings. If you stop by […]

Book Review: The Becoming

I had taken a break from reading zombie novels for a while. Burned out. Between writing my own, reading everything on the shelves, The Walking Dead, and zombie movies, I felt I’d deserved a break. Jessica Meigs’ The Becoming is the first I’ve read in months. It was a perfect way to slip back into […]

Press Release

Award-winning author signs a three-book deal with Australian independent horror publisher, Severed Press. Rochester, NY — Phillip Tomasso‚Äôs VACCINATION is the first in a zombie trilogy. It will be released in trade paperback and eBook formats in October 2013, and was originally published as a short story in the 2010 Halloween edition of SHROUD. What […]