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
We have some exciting news for fans of Jason Kristopher's The Dying of the Light 'zompocalypse' series! The newest short story from the series' companion volume, The Walker Chronicles, is now available. And for a limited time, it's 100% free in both Kindle and ePub formats on our store! During the cold Polish
On January 1st, Grey Gecko released the ebook edition of our eagerly-awaited sequel to The Dying of the Light: End. Here's the description: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The zombie apocalypse isn't coming, it's already here. Becoming a zombie was much more painful than he had expected. The world has ended, and the few who
When I finished my first book, I heaved a huge sigh of relief. Quite literally. It was a massive accomplishment for someone who'd been 'writing,' as so many of us do, for much of his life. I say writing, but it wasn't, really. Sure, I was putting ideas and themes
Here's a glimpse into a new story I've been working on when not writing The Dying of the Light: Interval. I'm excited to work in urban fantasy (without the fantasy). Under a Cloud-covered Moon So let's get one thing straight, right from the beginning. I don't want there to be
In the winter of 1872, Captain William Trace and his men were ordered by his superiors at Fort Vancouver to investigate a series of unexplained attacks on local citizens in the remote villages of the wild and untamed Washington Territory. What they found would change their lives - and the
Lee Lackey’s Zomb-eh Review "Random Fire" by Van Aaron Hughes Undisclosed Government Facility 11/27/2011 GWMT 1400 hours Preface: Researchers attempting to follow up on my work should read the previous set of notes here. Notes of Dr. Celebus: I have been given permission to give the test subject another short story.
UPDATE: This story is now a part of the collected book, The Dying of the Light: The Walker Chronicles, and is no longer available separately. Many of the people who’ve read The Dying of the Light: End have asked me this question. I deliberately left Tom’s fate somewhat uncertain in the book, because