I’m pleased to announce our second ebook bundle …
It’s a perfect bundle for those who love zombies, monsters, gods, superheroes, and all things supernatural. Some of the books have serious themes, some are sardonic, and some make fun of the genre. All of them are action packed and fast moving.
Stories in this bundle
Shantnu Tiwari‘s I Hate Zombies is a story about, of course, zombies.
My name is Blue, and I hate zombies. No really. For one, they killed my friends. Then they kidnapped my mother. And they scare all the hot girls away …
J. D. Brink‘s Hungry Gods is a spandex adventure for adults. Imagine the Avengers and Watchmen meets The Walking Dead and Pulp Fiction.
Superheroes. The Undead. ‘Nuf said.
Douglas Smith‘s The Wolf at the End of the World is a story about a shapeshifter who battles ancient spirits, a covert government agency, and his own dark past.
It’s a race to solve a murder that could mean the end of the world.
Lee French‘s Dragons in Pieces is another superhero tale.
Real superheroes wear denim. Bobby would never believe superheroes were real if he wasn’t one himself.
Karen L. Abrahamson‘s Afterburn is a gritty adventure set in the rainy Seattle streets.
Vallon Drake, secret agent of the American Geological Survey, finds her latest partner entombed in the wall of a parking garage that didn’t exist just a few hours earlier …
Sabrina Chase‘s The Bureau of Substandards Annual Report is an amazing tale of bureaucratic adventure and derring-do.
Hidden behind protective layers of government red tape, the Bureau of Substandards fights the good fight against interdimensional snake people, “helpful” allies, busybodies from Atlantis, the annual budget report, and, most dangerous of all…the HR department.
Ron Collin‘s Glamour of the God-Touched is a story with depth about magic and death and destiny.
A mage’s apprentice. Sorcerers on the hunt. Unnatural magic of devastating power.
Rebecca M. Senese‘s My Girlfriend, The Zombie is a zombie romance.
Love means never having to admit you’re dead.
Stefon Mears‘s Caught Between Monsters is an exciting dark urban fantasy novel where magic causes more problems than it solves.
Monsters hide among the suburbs. Roland McReedy knows because he works for one, under duress.
Leah Cutter‘s The Raven and the Dancing Tiger is a contemporary fantasy taking place around the city of Seattle.
Peter is of an ancient race known for their assassination and fighting skills. When Peter meets Tamara, he knows she’s different.
But he doesn’t know her kind are only interested in killing his kind.
Be sure to check this bundle out at BundleRabbit.com/zombies-and-monsters