How It Ends

What would you do if you found yourself in lockdown, in a town far from home, when you realise the dead aren’t staying dead? John and Kyra, two friends, have to ask themselves just that question. Stuck in Whitby, a seaside town on the coast of England, the two friends find themselves observers at the end of the world. The choices they make, the things they need to do, are all to ensure they survive what comes. This is their story of survival. This is How it Ends.

Meet Richard Murray

A reader, writer and lover of fiction. I explore worlds in my imagination and put pen to paper to share those with you.

The Last Resort

THE LAST RESORT is the 2019 Readers Favorite Silver Medal Winner for Horror Fiction & The 2019 Kindle Book Review’s Winner for Horror/Suspense

Meet Matt Drabble

Born in Bath, England in 1974, a self-professed “funny onion”, equal parts Metal-Head Sport Loving Jock and Gaming Comic Book Geek. I am an author of Horror/Dark Thrillers usually with a twist in the tale and always character driven stories. I am also an A.S sufferer who took to writing full time after being forced to give work.

Be Human, Not a Zombie: A Guide to Finding Your Fundamental Nature

Be Human, Not a Zombie: A Guide to Finding Your Fundamental Nature is a self-published book which got to be #1 best seller on amazon.ca – mental health It’s about an experiment the author did over 4 years on himself (10,000+ hrs) through meditation, self-inquiry, yoga, and mastery to touch back his fundamental nature and guides others how to touch theirs by turning within using the same means.

Meet Pawel Wegrzyn

Pawel Wegrzyn was a nationally ranked Canadian tennis player and a NCAA Division II scholarship recipient, and even with all that success in tennis-the thing he loves, and dedicated his life to, he would still get abused by his own mind constantly, which made no sense! Through 20 years of coaching tennis, he was also able to witness that the mind suffering wasn’t just an issue for himself, it was there for all his students, and this went way beyond the world of tennis. After that revelation he got interested in meditation, yoga, and the workings of the mind and that’s how Be Human, Not a Zombie was created.

Before the Cure

In Neil’s mind it started with the man in the park. Or, more specifically, with the vicious bite the man had given Neil. He was wrong about that. The December Plague had started weeks earlier, though no one knew it. The early symptoms were so mild that almost no one noticed them. A scratchy throat. A feeling of lethargy that you just can’t shake. But then the slurring started. And an intense irritability. Finally, an irresistible urge to bite and consume accompanying an uncontrollable rage. The Infected cannot be reasoned with and there is no known cure. They cannot recognize even their closest friends. Anything that attracts their notice risks being torn apart, including one another. Quarantined in a desperate attempt to contain the December Plague, the patients and staff of Wing Memorial hospital are left to fend for themselves. When the small security force sent to aid them are wiped out, the Infected run loose in the halls and Neil is trapped inside with them. Even worse is the knowledge that containment has failed and the outside world has no idea what’s coming.

Meet Deirdre K Gould