Zombies, demons, and wit. What more could you ask for?

Looking for original, macabre, strange fiction with a darkly sarcastic hint of humor that underlies the horror? Look no further. Those Things’ll Kill Ya’ and A Thousand Little Deaths are everything you could ever want. Incredible stories at a great price. Don’t believe me? Well then, take a look for yourself.



The world can’t end forever…right?
Charlie Stone is a misanthropic undertaker in a world where the dead have risen and taken over the world. Living in the quiet border town of Berry Hill beside the barrier fence that separates the living from the living dead, all he dreams of is a good smoke and a life without flesh hungry corpses trying to murder him. A mixture of twisted, sarcastic humor and zombie gore, Those Things’ll Kill Ya’ welcomes you to a world where the undead are just one of ‘those things’ you have to deal with.

Available digitally through Amazon

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Danny Oldham just can’t seem to stay dead. A man trapped perpetually in a cycle of death and regeneration he finds himself in the bucolic middle-of-nowhere, Tennessee in hopes of finally getting some peace. Plagued by the demons of his past, more literal than figurative, he joins up with an old friend, Detective Van Novak whose current investigation into a series of gruesome murders is leading the duo to discover that there are worse things in life than dying.

Available digitally through Amazon


About Danno

Dan Lee is a freelance writer, critic, independent author and publisher, as well as a horror culture correspondent. His articles, interviews, editorials, and fictional works continue to run on several sites and publications. He is also one of the resurrectionists behind the return of the Nashville Zombie Walk (2017).
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