Monday, July 27, 2015

Rebecca Besser - My Zombie Series

This week I'd like to welcome author, Rebecca Besser to my blog.

My Zombie Series
By Rebecca Besser

When most people hear the word zombie when relating to books or movies, they automatically get mental images of hordes of puss bags with their claw-tipped hands outstretched toward their desired meal. The reason this happens is because that’s the norm for zombies. I, personally, have read book after book and have seen movie after movie with scenes where zombies attack people en masse.

Even though I have written stories with those scenes myself, I hate seeing it so often. I hate getting excited about a book and then when I start reading it, I realize the plot is the same old thing that I’ve read many times previous.

When I wrote Undead Drive-Thu I wanted to give zombie readers something fresh, new, and different. I didn’t want it to be the norm. I wanted readers to pick up the book because they loved zombies and get excited about something unique that still involved the monster they love.

I put only one zombie in the story – a zombie with no explanation. No, I don’t tell you where it happened or why (that’s in the sequel – Undead Regeneration – and the soon to be written prequel – Undead Origins).
The wife of the zombie refuses to see that her husband is so changed that he’s not human anymore. She vows to keep the…er, zombie alive because she loves him.

Then I add in a bunch of characters that are just going about normal life in a modern day setting.

No, there’s no apocalypse. There’s just one brain-loving zombie in a world of people. What could go wrong?

Everything can go wrong, and I make sure everything does go wrong.

The survivors of Undead Drive-Thru go on living their lives in Undead Regeneration.

After the nightmare they lived through in Undead Drive-Thru, they have issues that need to be dealt with. So, what do they do? They decide to go undercover at the bio-engineering company believed to be the reason for the zombie from Undead Drive-Thru – ReGen.

Yes, there is more than one zombie in Undead Regeneration, but there’s still not the cliché horde cornering screaming pedestrians to rip them apart.

As always, with knowledge comes danger. And the characters face a lot of danger as they struggle to handle life, love, and chasing their dream of a future. They just want to remain human and be happy. Is that so wrong?
The problem is that they might not be able to do so. Things happen that could end everything…and the things that happen involve a zombie and a mad scientist!

I hope you’ll give my zombies a chance.

They’re waiting to tear into your brains through the pages of my books!


Looking to buy?  Want more information?  Here are a few links for you:

(Undead Regeneration will be available in paperback in August 2015.)


Rebecca Besser resides in Ohio with her wonderful husband and amazing son. They've come to accept her quirks as normal while she writes anything and everything that makes her inner demons squeal with delight. She's best known for her work in adult horror, but has been published in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for a variety of age groups and genres.

Monday, July 20, 2015

Undead Regeneration Review

This week I am sharing a review of the book:  Undead Regeneration, by Rebecca Besser.  I am a Follower of author, Rebecca Besser, so  when I found out she was publishing a new book, I jumped on the read.  

My Review:

Undead Regeneration, did not disappoint.  I love a good zombie story.  It’s even better when there is an actual story involved and not just the eating of people and the obvious gore a zombie story inherently is.  This book gives you everything and in spades.  It has a thrilling story plot with meshed out characters, and also a bit of zombie munching to go along with it.  Regeneration brings your right back into the life of Ky, who we saw and who survived in Undead Drive-thru.  She hasn’t been able to move forward with her life due to the nightmare she lived through thanks to the ReGen Company and it’s human experimentation.  She is tired of playing the victim in her own life and decides to go after ReGen with a little help and a bit of persuasion from the FBI.  Even a good plan never seems to go as planned and that brings on the zombies and the terror and the gore.  It was fantastic.  The author has a way of winding you into her characters lives and emotions.  She brings life to the story, without the huge info dump on the reader, which I hate when authors do that. Yet, she is still able to bring you the guts of the story with color and imagination.  If you are a zombie story fan, then you have to read this book.  I recommend it, highly.  

Stay tuned next week, as I will be having Rebecca Besser on my blog.  Make sure to stop over to see what she has to say. '

If you would like to see what other books are available from Ms. Besser, you can check her out HERE