Lesbians vs Zombies, the musical review
Who likes hot women . . . and zombies?
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Tag Archives: Noble Romance Publishing
Woo-hoo, the gang’s all back! Please Join the Lesbians vs Zombies Authors At Love Romances Cafe (yahoo group) From 8 am- 5 pm, Tues, June 5. Prizes! Fun! Hilarity! (anyone who attended our last online chat can attest to this!) … Continue reading
Yay!! The first book of the second round of Lesbian vs Zombie releases is out and it’s the rollicking Midnight Melody by Kate Devlin. Another first time author, let’s give her a big round of applause. Woo-hoo! Wait? You want … Continue reading
Editor Ruby Green sent me this fun link to common ASL words, favored by Zombies. Head over to The Lurking Merchan on Hub Pages for the full scoop. 🙂
Maryam, over at The Lesbrary reviewed D. Dye’s Zapocalypse! Here are some of her comments: I feel as though Lesbian Zombie Literature is the new genre to look out for. We seem to have gotten quite a few books like … Continue reading
Here’s the soundtrack for Ginny’s Capture. First the book trailer: I too have chosen to go with a sequence reflective of the story line. Which means I’m starting with Music To Watch the Girls Go By, the instrumental version by … Continue reading
Today Jadette Paige is sharing her Zombie Soundtrack. Set in a history which might have been, here is her blurb: In the age of Amazons, fighting spirit and a courageous heart revealed a warrior’s true strength. Threso proved her prowess … Continue reading
Love so many things about this cover! Xcognito’s The Grave Dancer’s Kiss:
J.S. Wayne said at one point he wanted to make Dead Means Dead a book which was a musical, but then realized he was not a lyricist and instead worked on incorporating music other way. J.S. hasn’t made a book … Continue reading
A very, very nice review is up over at Sarah’s Point of View for Amber Green’s Dead Kitties Don’t Purr. This book was spectacular! Even though I don’t normally like G&T that much (I usually get a “eh, it’s … Continue reading