This time around, I’m showing hubby some love and giving away the first two eBooks in his Voodoo Zombie trilogy and the first eBook in his Penny Dreadful urban fantasy series to two lucky winners… because it’s the 2nd year for this hop
The Voodoo Zombie bundle
Dead Man Walking (Voodoo Zombie #1)
Zombies in Prison!
It was just another routine execution… until the condemned killer came back as an undead, unstoppable, killing machine.
Now, a handful of correctional officers and inmates are trapped within the walls of the prison as a legion of the walking dead stalks them for food.
The ammo is limited, the zombie army is growing, and one correctional officer is pushed to his limits as he realizes that death is no longer the end.
Zombie Queen (Voodoo Zombie #2)
Griffin thought life couldn’t get any worse when an inmate scheduled for execution refused to die, but he soon learns how wrong he was when he comes face to face with an ancient evil determined to see the world fall at the rotting hands of her undead army.
As the zombie population grows and the world falls further into ruin, Griffin is confronted with a destiny that could lead to either salvation or damnation, and a spirited, young voodoo priestess might hold the key to freeing his heart from the grief it’s endured.
When you think of home, you probably think of chilling out in front of the TV or hanging with friends on the latest social media hotspot. What you probably don’t think about are killer hairdryers and murderous stuffed bunnies that want to make sure you don’t wake up from your blissful slumber. These are the kinds of things that might happen when you accidentally release a demon while playing witch. Hey! Don’t look at me that way. My friend was doing the spellcasting. I was just there.
Demon-killing isn’t something I considered as an actual profession until a guy named Doctor Horror showed up and asked for my help in dealing with this supernatural pest. Once I got over his strange name, it seemed like a pretty good deal. Killing demons definitely sounded better than telemarketing. Ugh! More importantly, this thing was trying to kill me and my friends… and that just doesn’t work for me.
Now, armed with Doc’s little suitcase of goodies and a special bracelet that has a mind of its own, I’m going to show this demon why he would’ve been better off staying in Hell.
UPDATE: The contest is now over. We’d like to thank everyone who participated, and we’d also like to give a big round of applause to the two winners, Lisa and Ricki.