Firstly, it is entirely Selena’s fault that everything currently occurs to me in the metaphor of a zombie apocalypse. Read More Why Moving Cross-Country is Like the Zombie Apocalypse
“You killed the living to protect what’s yours? Shane thinks I’m his; he thinks the baby’s his. And he says you can’t protect us – that you’re gonna get us killed.”
I was pretty critical of the first book in Mira Grant’s zombie-tastic Newsflesh trilogy, Feed. The second book, Deadline, was everything I wanted Feed to be. It was a tighter story, it relied less on clever tricks and more on great storytelling, the characters were richer and deeper, and the whole book was cleaner and felt more intentional.
There are a few mild spoilers in this review, but I don’t give away the big twists. There are a few spoilers for Feed. I’m currently reading World War Z, so there will be some comparisons with plot points from that novel, as well. Read More Book Review: Deadline by Mira Grant
Like any self-respecting zombie story enthusiast, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about how I’m going to survive the zombie apocalypse. What I hadn’t put much consideration into, however, is how I would dress. Read More What to Wear to the Zombie Apocalypse: a Ladyguide
So, I mentioned to someone the other day that I have an actual plan for the zombie apocalypse. This isn’t such an odd thing these days, what with the recent popularity of zombie movies and TV shows. It’s important to note, however, that this plan has firmly been in place for at least 10 years, before the resurgence of zombie popularity. Romero got me, and he got me good. So here’s what you need to know about surviving the zombie apocalypse, my style. Read More A Girl’s Guide to Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse
So, I’m a woman in possession of a fully-functioning brain. This sexy brain of mine had refused to acknowledge the activity of “cooking” for an extremely long time. Then, about six months ago, two things happened. Read More How I Learned To Stop BSing and Start Cooking