Waterstone's in the heart of Glasgow was the venue for this multi-author event and in attendence were Rod Glenn, Tony Wright, Matt Hilton, Iain McKinnon, Iain Paton and John McCuaig.
Holiday Of The Dead is a collection of stories featuring the undead.
Here is the blurb:
The zombie apocalypse can really put a downer on your holiday... 38 holiday-themed zombie stories from new and established authors including Night of the Living Dead co-writer, John Russo, Tony Burgess, Shaun Jeffrey, Rod Glenn, Ian McKinnon, Matt Hilton, David Dunwoody, Wayne Simmons, Bowie V Ibarra, Joe McKinney, Remy Porter, A P Fuchs and Eric S Brown. Over 500 pages crammed full of flesh-eating horror and dark humour from the cream of UK, US and Canadian talent. Theme parks, serial killers, seaside resorts, Christmas, Thanksgiving and fishing trips. You'll scream, you'll laugh and you might even shed a tear... Holiday zombie horror has never been so entertaining.
Each author read from their contribution to the collection. It was a heady mix of destruction and carnage and as you might expect there were quite a few twists. Lets just say that the zombies aren't always the most dangerous characters in these tales.
After the event all authors spent time signing books and chatting to fans.
Heres me with Rod Glenn, author of the fantastic Sinema books (see reviews elsewhere here).
Matt Hilton, author of the cool Joe Hunter thriller series (you'll find a review of the very first one elsewhere here) also took time out for a chat. Matt goes by the pen name of Vallon Jackson in this book.
It was my very first book event and I'm sure it won't be the last. Check back soon for a full review of Holiday Of The Dead.
"A collection of stories featuring the undead" - Okay, I'm sold. :)ReplyDelete
Great photos, Ricky. I was curious to see a picture of you different from your profile one. :)
the bookcover is rather well done!ReplyDelete
Love the pics too!
That is really cool! Sounds like you're hooked on author events now.ReplyDelete
Thanks guys, it was fun and the book is pretty good too.ReplyDelete