Wednesday, September 11, 2013

New Release: Hive 3 and The Complete Collection!

I'm thrilled to announce the release of Hive 3. It's been a long time coming, I know, but she's here and I think fans of the series will be happy. I've also combined all three books into a single omnibus called Hive: The Complete Collection. A designer with mad skills named Conzpiracy made the cover and I have to say I really love it. A few of you may spot areas where we took some artistic license, but Conzpiracy won me over with his ability to capture the claustrophobic and high octane mood of the story in a single snapshot. I also couldn't have done it without a small army of beta readers as well as my editor, Andrea Harding. She's edited just about every book I've written. I'm not sure what I'd do without her.

For those of you unfamiliar with the series, it's a post-apocalyptic zombie story set two hundred years after the world was decimated by a Zees. What are Zees you ask. They're like zombies, except they share a hive mind. The first episode is free for anyone interested in giving it a try risk free.

Here's the blurb to get you started:

There aren't many opportunities for women in Azina's post-apocalyptic, zombie ravaged world; least of all mercenary leader. Not that being told no ever stopped her before.

It's The Keepers of Knowledge who run things, as they have for the last two centuries, working to recover any technology that might have survived humanity's fall. So when The Keepers hire Azina and her eclectic crew of hardened veterans to find four lost Prospectors, it sounds like easy money.

The search leads the group to a crumbling underground city. But what looks like just another ruin from a bygone era isn't nearly as deserted as it appears. A horde of bloodthirsty Zees are stirring from a long slumber. But these zombies aren't like anything in the history books. They share a hive mind. When one sees you, they all see you and worse than that. Something may be controlling them.


  1. Everytime I see your posts, it gives me enough hope to work on something just a little bit more every day.

  2. Thanks Jake! Baby steps will get you there every time. ;-)