From the Author
Max Brooks set the world on fire with his books and then shows like The Walking Dead and movies like Zombieland, Warm Bodies, Shaun of the Dead, and World War Z have kept the movement running.
I've always had a zombie plan, one that has grown and evolved over the years as I've discussed this plan with friends and family. Humor is a natural part of the zombie world and I have always laughed at my own over-preparedness. This little book started out as a gag gift one year just for them, but more and more people wanted access to it. So, here you go. Laugh and plan away, my friends.
About the Author
Charles M. Pulsipher is a were-hamster and lemur enthusiast who lives in Saint George Utah with his lovely wife and neurotic dog. He writes sci-fi and fantasy when he's not obsessing over the coming zombie-pocalypse. He's written The Crystal Bridge and Zombies at the Door, two books that don't smell like cheese.He draws cartoons on his blog (noticeyourworld.blogspot.com/) that are usually funny though not even close to considered fine art. He spends his time away from the keyboard hiking and camping in stunning Southern Utah.He neglects his twitter account. @charliepulseHe was influenced by Tad Williams, Orson Scott Card, Neil Gaiman, Brandon Sanderson, Jasper Fforde, and Max Brooks to name just a few. His velociraptor impression is worth seeing. It's probably the coolest thing about him.