Broken World

Follow a group of survivors on a journey that spans eleven books and twenty years as they search for safety in a world overrun by the dead…

When a deadly virus sweeps the country, Vivian sets out for California in hopes of seeing the daughter she gave up for adoption. Then her car breaks down and she’s faced with a choice: give up or accept a ride from redneck brothers, Angus and Axl. Vivian knows getting in the car with strangers is a risk, but with time running out, she’s willing to do whatever it takes to reach her daughter.

The virus is spreading, and by the time the group makes it to California, most of the population has already been wiped out. When the dead start coming back, Vivian and the others realize that no electricity or running water are the least of their concerns. Now Vivian must learn how to be a mom under the most frightening circumstances, cope with Angus’s aggressive mood swings, and sort out her growing attraction to his brooding younger brother, Axl.

While searching for a safe place to go, the group meets a pompous billionaire who may be the answer to all their problems. Trusting him means going into the middle of the Mojave Desert and possibly risking their lives, but with the streets overrun and nowhere else to turn, he might be their only chance for survival…

Meet Kate L. Mary

Kate L. Mary is an award-winning author of Adult, New Adult, and Young Adult fiction, ranging from Post-apocalyptic tales of the undead to Speculative Fiction and Contemporary Romance! Her YA book, When We Were Human, was a 2015 Children’s Moonbeam Book Awards Silver Medal winner for Young Adult Fantasy/Sci-Fi Fiction, and a 2016 Readers’ Favorite Gold Medal winner for Young Adult Science Fiction. Her book, Outliers, was a Top 10 Finalist in the 2018 Author Academy Awards for Sci-Fi/Fantasy Fiction, a Finalist in the 2018 Wishing Shelf Book Awards, and a First Place Winner in the 2018 Kindle Book Awards for Sci-Fi/Fantasy Fiction. Kate’s Dystopian novel, Tribe of Daughters, was an Honorable Mention in the 2018 SPR Book Awards, 2019 Readers’ Favorite Bronze Medal Winner for Science Fiction, and the 2020 RONE Awards Winner for Time Travel/Science Fiction.

Day Of Awakening

Seattle. Summer. So much blood.

Having fled the zombie outbreak in their hometown of Lynden, Violet and Fynn are on the run in an abandoned SUV. Desperate to find her mother and sister, Violet has driven Fynn to Seattle with her; but with very little petrol and even less of a plan, time is running out for the duo. Like Lynden, Seattle has become a post-apocalyptic battlefield of the undead, where death is imminent, and survival is a victory.

Arriving at the hospital where Violet’s mother, Elena, is a nurse, Fynn and Violet encounter the apocalypse firsthand. The walking dead have spread like a plague – and if they don’t find Elena here, Violet and Fynn will be forced to travel further into the zombie-infested city to try and rescue her last remaining family members.

But all is not as it was in Lynden. The zombies are learning to adapt to their surroundings – and fast.

While the undead used to flounder blindly, relying mostly on their sense of smell, the zombies in Seattle are developing superhuman strength and sensory superpowers that enable them to hunt human flesh with even deadlier speed and accuracy. Mutant spider-like creatures scale buildings, local pets become life-threatening, and human traits are amplified with ferocious intent. Faced with deserted streets and ever-stronger zombie attacks, Violet and Fynn need each other more than ever as they advance deeper into this dangerous new world.

But are the two fugitives really as alone as they think? Could there be others who have survived the flesh-eating pandemic – a last remaining hope for a world under attack? Or are Violet and Fynn the sole survivors of the deadliest summer in living memory?

Amidst the chaos, Violet is realizing that there is more to Fynn than his tough exterior…and has he always been that handsome? While life as they know it crumbles around them, the pair find solace and safety in each other. But does Fynn remember their first kiss the way Violet does? Or is their chemistry a passing connection, forged out of desperation in their terrifying circumstances?

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Zombie Apocalypse: Day Of Awakening


In the middle of July, when the sun is hot enough to cast heat waves over the asphalt, a woman has lost her mind in the small town of Lynden, Washington. She is intent on one thing: consuming living flesh. Her hunger cannot be satisfied, and it spreads like a disease, sweeping through the town and ripping it apart. The air is full of the sounds of screams, the stench of blood, and something else. Something foreign. Something that is at work but cannot be seen.

Violet, a young bartender, is determined to escape the chaos that has suddenly been let loose in Lynden. She must make it to Seattle to find her mother and sister. They need her, and with communications down there is no way for her to get in touch with them to find out if they are alright- or even alive. Violet knows that she must do everything in her power to find her family. They are all she has left, and she can’t allow them to meet a slow death at the hands of merciless crazed cannibals.

Fynn, Lynden’s most dangerous and misunderstood young man who drowns memories of his dark past in alcohol, decides to join Violet on her mission to Seattle. He is not her first choice for company, but with people ripping each other to pieces, Violet takes comfort in the simple fact that she is not alone. Fynn may be her least favorite person in Lynden, but he has a mean right hook and an uncanny ability for getting himself out of trouble. Together, they find themselves in a bloody battle for survival. It is a battle they soon realize they are not prepared for.

This is the Apocalypse.

Will the rise of the living dead be enough to force Violet and Fynn to work together? Nobody can survive alone. Perhaps a night on a rooftop under the stars will be enough to unite the two of them. If they can put their differences aside they just might be able to make it to Seattle alive… but will there be anything left to find there, or will the reckoning have already sunk its bloody fingers into the belly of the city, leaving nothing behind but bodies and fire?