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March 2014

The Walker Chronicles: Tales from The Dying of the Light

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In the best-selling zombie series The Dying of the Light, author Jason Kristopher showed us that the zombie apocalypse isn't coming — it's already here, and we're losing… and have been for more than 140 years. In this collection of supplemental short stories, Kristopher takes the reader on a behind-the-scenes journey into the rest of

September 2013

October 2012

The Fall Ebook Sale is Here!

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All Grey Gecko's full-length ebooks are now just $0.99, and all our short stories are absolutely free! And yes, this does include the pre-orders for the upcoming releases of  The Bourbon Street Ripper and The Lightbringers! This is for ebooks only. When you place your order, you'll receive an email with a

June 2012

B. H. Werner – My Favorite Part

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Grey Gecko author B. H. Werner explains his favorite part of working with one of the most innovative publishers in the industry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIwutg7JoqU B. H. Werner is the author of two short stories featured in the collection A Fancy Dinner Party, and is currently working on his first full-length novel.

Lee Lackey – My Favorite Part

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Grey Gecko author Lee Lackey explains his favorite part of working with one of the most innovative publishers in the industry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iUMRI_bopE Lee is the author of two short stories, The Eerie Coin of the Sea and The Chittering Horror of the Ley House, as well as the upcoming The Curse

January 2012

December 2011

November 2011

Lee Lackey’s Zomb-eh Review

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Lee Lackey’s Zomb-eh Review of “Belfour and Merriweather in the Vampire of Kabul” by Daniel Abraham   Undisclosed Government Facility 11/17/2011 GWMT 1400 hours Notes of Dr. Celebus: The latest experiments with the new virus proceed faster than I had anticipated. We’ve already got a new test subject—a writer. Remarkably,