I live in the San Francisco Bay Area and work as a patent docket supervisor. I wrote my first novel, Jordan’s Brains, in order to face a childhood fear: corpses rising from the grave to hunt the living. Which is silly because zombies aren’t real… yet.
After immersing myself in zombie culture, I became a huge fan of stories about walking corpses, fascinated by how survivors would react to a zombie outbreak. After facing my fear, I turned my terror into a beloved hobby, and I now spend most of my free time writing about zombies, reading about zombies, and watching movies about zombies.
I write for Zombie Guide Magazine and recently finished writing my second zombie novel, which will be published in 2015.
Here are some of my articles on Zombie Guide Magazine’s website:
Proper Etiquette for Looting a Store http://www.zombie-guide.com/proper-etiquette-for-looting-a-store/
Ten Reasons to Look Forward to the Zombie Apocalypse http://www.zombie-guide.com/ten-reasons-to-look-forward-to-the-zombie-apocalypse/
Helping Strangers During the Zombie Apocalypse http://www.zombie-guide.com/helping-strangers-during-the-zombie-apocalypse/
Five Tips for Hosting a Zombie Dinner Party http://www.zombie-guide.com/five-tips-for-hosting-a-zombie-dinner-party/
Zombie Coffee http://www.zombie-guide.com/zombie-coffee/