The Z Word

My first published novel!

Available now!

War. . .murder. . .disease. . . A zombie cares not for these things.
In a zombie apocalypse, you’re only as powerful as the weapon you wield, only as strong as those you surround yourself with, but no matter how hard you try, you probably won’t survive in the end.
The Z Word is a collection of short stories about people trying to do just that. Zachary, a former nerd, uses his vast knowledge of zombies learned from pop culture to survive, rescue others and even—he hopes—get his first girlfriend.
A principal strives to keep the few child survivors alive in a school, while neighbors battle it out over a zombie hunting contest, and a teenage girl leaves home to take her chances out on the road.
Some barricade themselves inside their homes while others stay on the move.
But humanity will endure and humans can sometimes be the best in the worst situations.
The Z Word is a manual of what to do—and not to do—in a world ruled by the dead.
Don’t make the same mistake others have, heed these stories . . .they may be your only chance at survival.

The Z Word is a collection of flash fiction and short stories written by Dennis Finocchiaro and published by Living Dead Press. We’ll keep you updated on when it comes out! Like it HERE on Facebook for updates and other information! It is available on Amazon via Living Dead Press.

Check out prequel stories and my other horror work here.

And check out an interview with yours truly here.

2 responses to “The Z Word

  1. Love the book!! Thanks for signing it too. LOL. My brother loves it as well.

    Nikki

  2. How’s it going, Den? Long time, no see. My daughter, Katie, is now reading it and loves it.

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