I’m trying something totally different with my books. Have you ever heard of NFTs? Non-Fungible Tokens. They are a cross between cryptocurrency and digital art. When someone buys them, they can take them inside different games and show them off.
They can also re-sell them to other art collectors.
For me, as a person who writes about the future, I thought it was a cool side project to get my books into a new format.
For my readers, please be advised these are THE SAME books as you can get on Amazon. There is no need to buy them again, unless you know exactly what an NFT is for.
Dark Humanity boxed set reaches New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists in Feb, 2017.
So happy to have been a part of this boxed set. Dark Humanity went to number 5 on the New York Times bestseller list. It was a lot of hard work, but the ensemble cast of authors pulled together to make it possible to hit such milestones. Thank you to all my readers who helped push us to the top!
I have written six books about the zombie apocalypse, and all six take place in the St. Louis area. Much of the story also takes place in Jefferson County, Missouri, just to the south of St. Louis county. Since this is where I live, it makes it convenient for me to do research.
One of the advantages of all this local lore is that it simplifies author interviews with the local paper for my county. In fact, they did a nice feature of me on page 1!
I had an incredible time with two of my favorite zombie authors. Armand Rosamilia and Mark Tufo work together (or against each other, it’s hard to tell) to run the podcast and throw questions at their guests. It was my first voice interview for my books and writing, so it was something special for me to be in the same virtual studio with them. NSFW (language).