The Karaoke Duo Vs The Karaoke Zombies by Edwin Stark

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It’s a Beautiful Girl Meets Awkward Boy tale, where both discover they posses incredible musical superpowers when coupled together!

Everything starts when Sheila Freemont, young law student extraordinaire, meets geeky, mature Edward Strongbox on a Karaoke Night at their local bar, and find out they can literally rock down the house!

Together, they decide to become the Karaoke Duo and fight crime! (Well, to be honest, Edward is quite enthusiastic while Sheila is a bit reluctant about it). Before they can even say “Pow! Zas! Crash!” our newly minted superhero couple gets into hot water.

Unfortunately, a terrible zombie epidemic is troubling the fair city of Nosfort, their home town; normal law-abiding citizens suddenly become mindless creatures bent on performing heinous acts like burglarizing and ringing doorbells (and then running away). Seems that a supervillain known as the Golden Zombiemaster is behind this plague. Hole-y mackerel! (That’s a dead fish punched with holes for the unenlightened)

Fermata Girl and The Man With The Mike (a.k.a as The Karaoke Duo), musically empowered superheroes per excellence, are willing to try their hand in putting a stop to this arch-villain’s wicked plans to take over the city. Will they prevail? Find out by reading this delightfully funny superhero spoof !

(Or tune in same time, next week !).

About Edwin Stark

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Born in Venezuela and discovering himself a misfit there, the author strives for escapism by writing. He started with some short stories that wetted his appetite and helped him realize he has the knack for story telling. He is currently involved in many additional writing projects, including a sequel to his first novel and a romantic comedy is in the works.
Published November 15, 2012 by Killer Squirrel Press. 161 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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