Brains for the Zombie Soul by Michelle Hartz
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No matter how many brains you consume, it will never satisfy the soul. Upon looking through the shelves of the local bookstore, it is hard to find any literature that doesn't vilify the undead. A work that caters to them exclusively is rare indeed. The stories within are intended to stir passion into the reader. Here are stories of love, of anger, and of perseverance. Hopefully, they will inspire you to overcome the difficulties you face in everyday life, and warm your heart, whether or not it still beats. Enjoy this book like a fine wine and the grapes it's made from, crushed, killed, then brought back to life. Read this like a wine tasting, sample different types of stories, some as sweet as brains, some as dry as an aged zombie's skin. Speaking of brains, no, not all zombies eat brains. The dietary needs of zombies are just as varied as the dietary needs of the living. While some require brains to survive, many could care less for them. If there is one thing to take away from this book, it is that the differently animated are as diverse as the living. For the zombies reading, I hope this book will serve as a companion to you and perhaps make you feel less alone.
 

About Michelle Hartz

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Michelle Hartz is a living human currently residing in Bloomington, Indiana, with her living husband, two living cats, a living turtle, and two fish (animation state of the fish is unknown, they are thought to be differently animated). (In fact, sometimes we wonder about the turtle too.) (Now that I'm thinking of it, I don't know which lives the cats are on, they must have lost a couple of their nine lives in there somewhere.)She spends her nights hanging around with zombies, monsters, vampires, ghosts, drag queens, martini drinkers, and worst of all, fellow writers. She gives up her life once a year to write a novel for National Novel Writing Month, and even attempts to lead and inspire other writers subjecting themselves to the same horror. Frightfully, her days are spent calling herself a graphic designer behind a desk in an office, dealing with CUSTOMERS! **shudder**Also look for her previous novel, Helpless, a horror story set on a wind farm.
 
Published March 1, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 220 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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