Posts Tagged ‘zombies’

Yes, true believers, I’m working right now (well, not right now, but this weekend) on Beginning, the third and final volume in my zombie series The Dying of the Light. And for those of you who just want the facts, ma’am, here they are: So far in the last 24 hours, I’ve written 10,029 words, and completed through Chapter […]

The Map of Zombies by Jason Thompson

Posted: 29th September 2014 by Jason Kristopher in Art, Zombies
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Seriously, this may be one of the coolest posters I’ve ever seen. I will be framing it for my office as soon as it gets here. I got the PDF too, which is very awesomely annotated and noted by the artist with lots of cool tidbits… and it’s HUGE. There are hundreds (if not thousands) […]

“The Dying of the Light: End” FREE on Amazon

Posted: 1st August 2014 by Jason Kristopher in My Work
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With a little help from my friends, my first book, The Dying of the Light: End, is now free on Amazon* (and everywhere else, except Nook, and hopefully there soon!). “I didn’t see Rebecca die the second time.” The United States military hides a secret: the completely real existence of one-bite-and-you’re-dead zombies. An elite Special Forces […]

My 29th review is in for The Dying of the Light: Interval, and it has me pondering about reviews. The first book in the series, End, has a whopping 111 reviews, and has only been out a year and a half longer. What I’m pondering is whether the first book is just not good enough to get […]

It’s always been my intention to release The Walker Chronicles in a both a digital and print collection. I’ve always envisioned them as the ‘deleted scenes’ from the books — stories that are worthwhile and interesting, but didn’t really fit in the main books. Either they slowed the pacing down, or felt like they were shoehorned […]

In August of 1981, the United States Navy sent two aircraft carriers, the USS Forrestal and USS Nimitz, to run exercises off the coast of Libya. Commander John Barker, pilot of an American jet, was shot down over the Gulf of Sidra.

Rescued by a fishing trawler and given refuge in a small fishing village, Barker’s nightmare was just beginning… for death lingers long in the desert, and now it was coming for them all.

“The Walking Dead Escape” Experience

Posted: 9th February 2014 by Jason Kristopher in Zombies
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…is coming to Houston. The Walking Dead Escape is an obstacle course that you can run either as a survivor, a zombie, or both. You can also just watch, but who wants to ‘just watch’ all the fun? As a walker, you get your makeup done by professional makeup artists, and get to spend a couple […]

UPDATE: Sadly, this video is no longer available. 🙁 A friend of mine posted a link to Youtube, where the entire movie – albeit with Portuguese subtitles – is available. All 100+ minutes are there in their starkly riveting glory. Of course, if you like the movie, I suggest buying it (somehow, though I don’t know […]

It’s official: I’ve now sold over 1,000 copies of my second book, The Dying of the Light: Interval! Though it’s lagging somewhat behind the first book and it’s 5,000+ sales, this milestone is nothing to sneeze at! In celebration of this milestone, my publishing company is giving away ebook copies of BOTH books in the series […]

Book Trailer for “The Dying of the Light”

Posted: 23rd October 2013 by Jason Kristopher in My Work
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