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For Infected: Lost Weekend and Josh of the Damned: The Final Checkout

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Infected: Devil’s Night, Part 2

Infected: Devil’s Night, Part 2

  The story concludes here. But it could always go on, I know … * Another thing that sucked about hunting big cats in the city? The noise level. Roan could hear everything around him, from the music leaking from Panic to the music thudding from car stereos jacked up to weaponized levels, to conversations on the street to revving motors at red lights, to the audio cues from electronic street signs. It was easy to get distracted by this discordant symphony of noise, but it didn’t have the built in, inherent danger of scents. That’s where the real danger was.   His sense of smell was better than his hearing (although his hearing was a bit better than the average human –lucky him) by far. He was a legal bloodhound, after all. But what absolutely...

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Minimalist Infected “posters”.

Minimalist Infected “posters”.

I got these on fiverr, for Infected “minimalist” series posters. What do you think?  

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Infected: Devil’s Night, Part 1

Infected: Devil’s Night, Part 1

Yes! So, I got a mad posh to offer another free Infected story, this time taking place on Halloween. Only it became a longer one than I expected. So here’s part one of Devil’s Night.   ** Infected: Devil’s Night       Sometimes, Roan was genuinely horrified at how geeky he was. At least he wasn’t alone.   Panic was having a big Halloween party, and it fell on one of Dylan’s work nights, so of course he was going to do it up big. He wanted Roan there, and he knew he’d have to be in costume too.   He grumped about it, but the truth was, Halloween was probably the only holiday Roan genuinely liked. When he was a kid, he loved dressing up, and most of all he loved free candy. What kid didn’t?t He didn’t...

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Wallpapers!

Wallpapers!

I was going to call these Infected Wallpapers, but realized I might get spam tagged. Anywho, two sizes of all the Infected covers out there. Right click to save.  

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Flash Fiction Challenge – Interstitial Eschaton

I know, another story? But yes, another. Here was the challenge,and the title I ended up with was Interstitial Eschaton. This is the story that resulted out of me puzzling out that title. ** Interstitial Eschaton From a distance, the body floating in the water looked like a log. It was impossible to say how long it had been there. It was face down (mercifully), but as swollen and discolored as you might expect, its arms missing and ragged strips of fabric trailing from its shoulder sockets like streamers. Jace used an oar to push it away from the boat, even though it could be nothing but a smelly and gross distraction. She had nothing to fear from its diseased flesh. She was immune from the virus that had wiped out about two-thirds of America. She had no idea...

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Another free read!

A quick shorty, but I honestly like the idea of this a lot.

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