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Free My Undead Mother-in-law Book! Get It Now!

“OK, Andy. You’re always giving away free stuff. That’s why I came here. Now tell me why you’re giving away your valuable, newly published book, in this Free My Undead Mother-in-law Book promotion.”

“I’m so glad you asked,” I said. “You see, I need book reviews as much as I need book sales. The more I get, the better I sell on Amazon. So a book review is nearly as good as a book sale.”

Free My Undead Mother-in-law Book
Andy Zach laughing at his jokes in his new novel My Undead Mother-in-law

“Don’t keep me on pins and needles! Let me know to get this free work before time runs out!”

Here’s How to Get the Free My Undead Mother-in-law Book

“Of course. First, if you haven’t subscribed to the email list, subscribe here. (Click here.)

“Second, if you’re already a subscriber, simply email me through the contact page. (Click here.)”

“Third, if for some reason you can’t contact me through the Contact Page, email me at jms61614-andyzach@yahoo.com.

“Once I get your email, by any means, I’ll send you the ebook version of “My Undead Mother-in-law” in .pdf or .mobi formats.  You tell me.”

Free My Undead Mother-in-law Book
“My Undead Mother-in-law”, on sale on Amazon now! Click here.

“I know this has a deadline, Andy. Let us in on the secret deadline.”

“It’s not so secret. Presales for My Undead Mother-in-law end on August 4th. So does the Free My Undead Mother-in-law Book offer for free copies for review.”

“Then we reviewers have to pay?”

“If you want to review, I’ll always send you a free copy.  Just email me.”

Burning Hot Zombie Turkeys Graphic Novel News!

What do we have next? The Zombie Turkeys graphic novel application is under way! I’ve shown the first two pages before:

Book Winner?
The first page of the Zombie Turkeys graphic novel.

Now enjoy the next two pages!

Zombie Turkeys graphic novel pages 3-4
Zombie Turkeys graphic novel pages 3-4

Finally, Andy Will Be Interviewed on this Blog

Here it is:
Working Title Blog Spot

Working Title Blog Spot
Working Title Blog Spot

They’ll publish a never before published excerpt from Zombie Turkeys. Of course, you readers know it all.

And they interviewed me. Here it is coming up next:

Andy Zach Interview

Q1: It’s Thanksgiving. What is on your dinner table and why?
Deep fried turkey, in peanut oil, injected with jalapeno marinade–because it’s delicious and natural turkeys don’t have enough fat. It’s accompanied by sweet potatoes with butter, stuffing seasoned with sage and onion, crisp green beans stir fried with garlic, and freshly made cranberry sauce from scratch, with orange peel and cinnamon. All because they’re delicious and the more delicious the food is, the more thankful we are. That’s the point, after all. I have my favorite cabernet sauvignon as a beverage. Dessert is one pumpkin pie and one pecan pie, homemade, by my wife and daughter, respectively. Each is the mistress of her craft. These pie slices are reverently covered in fresh whipped cream (homemade, not from a can) and consumed with strong black coffee. These desserts are traditional and delightful beyond belief. If we could simply bring warring nations together for a meal like this, and agree to feed them thus daily, all war would cease.

Q2: What three items would you want with you if caught short by a zombie apocalypse and why?

First, a naginata or glaive, which is a six-foot spear suitable for stabbing or slicing. You want to kill and dismember zombies as far away as possible. Bows and guns run out of ammunition and I don’t trust my accuracy.
Second, a kukri knife. If a zombie gets past your spear, you’ll want a heavy knife to slice them up quickly and easily. I used to think a bowie knife was the best, but upon investigation, a kukri knife seems to have better mechanical advantage. See your local mechanical engineer.
Third, if all else fails, have a whole body suit made of kevlar. It’ll be hot and sweaty, but when the zombies come biting, you’ll want total protection, including a transparent helmet of mylar. You’ll thank me when you eviscerate the zombie that tried to bite you with your kukri knife.

Q3: How would you explain the difference between satire and reality?

Reality is what happens, whether anyone perceives it or not, anywhere in our space time continuum as depicted by Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, or outside of that.
Satire is a means of portraying reality by exaggerating certain features in a humorous way. For example, you can portray Congress as immobilized by competing factions for years while people are dying; wait, that’s already happening! As I said, satire is hard, because sometimes reality is difficult to exaggerate. This is where the satirist earns his or her money by portraying a zombie apocalypse or alien invasion which is lost due to political infighting. If you can’t exaggerate one insanity, add another one. For example, Jonathan Swift, in a “Modest Proposal” portrays the political infighting of the time over the ‘Irish Problem’ and gently suggests cannibalism.

A Final Note

This blog is run by my Facebook friend and author E.M. Swift-hook. Check out her Amazon page to her books.

And after that, you can check out my Amazon page, if you haven’t already!

Andy Zach
Andy: dressy casual

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