Thursday, March 1, 2012

Now on Tour A Zombie Story and Dead Relatives

March 1 Interview and reviews
Young Adult Book Reviews

March 2 Guest blog and review
Patricia's Particularity

March 3 Promo
Mama Knows Books

March 5 Guest blog
Fang-tastic Books

March 6 Interview and review

March 7 review, promo, giveaway
Chapter by Chapter

March 8 Promo
Roxanne’s Realm

March 10 and 11 Reviews
March 11 Interview

March 12 Guest blog and review
Ali's Bookshelf

March 12 review
Snowdrop Dreams of Books

March 13 GUets blog
Snowdrop Dreams of Books

March 15 Promo
Bittersweet Enchantment

March 16 Promo
All the days of (Book Blog)*

March 17 Guest blog
Read 2 Review 

March 18 Promo
Ink Spots and Roses

March 19 guest blog
I Just Wanna Sit Here and Read!

March 21 Review
"Forget About TV, Grab a Book"

• The Zombie Story
o promo - March 20th
o review - March 27th

• The Dead Relatives
o promo - March 22nd
o review - March 29th

March 25 Interview, promo, reviews later

March 27 reviews

March 29 and 30 Reviews
Sapphyria's Book Reviews

The Zombie Story
by MM Shelley

Unfolding on the streets of Los Angeles is a new breed of monster...

Orlando, fresh from the mid west, arrives at his new high school on his Harley Davidson.

All he wants is to make it through the day, and begin his training as a Zombie Hunter.

But someone has different plans for him.

The Zombie Story is the first novella in a young adult series.
Dead Relatives 
Book 2
by MM Shelley

After discovering what was hidden in Mexico and having to sneak back across the border Orlando returns to Los Angeles, but is unable to return to his home.

Instead of hunting Zombies he is now hunted.

Betrayed by those he thought he could trust, Orlando must keep the truth of what he knows to himself.

That is until dead relatives return with dire warnings.
About the Author:

M.M. Shelley is a storyteller, word smith and dreamer. MISHAP AND MAYHEM, a captivating story of faerie's and magic, is her debut novel. She has traveled the world extensively in search of the magic which is often overlooked in everyday life. M.M. Shelley is a native of southern California, and a student of mythology from which she gets much inspiration.

Visit M.M. Shelley at her blog:

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Carla said...

Seems interesting!

Kaira said...

Sounds interesting