CEMETERY EARTH – a novel of the living dead

    There are a glut of zombie books out there. Zombies are the new vampires - everyone is doing them and everyone's version is the best most original thing ever. So why zombies? I began this book in the early 2000s with the idea of writing a book about zombies. I have talked about… Continue reading CEMETERY EARTH – a novel of the living dead

CEMETERY EARTH – a novel by Chris Ringler

The Age of Man is coming to an end. After a long and steady decline into shadows the world has fallen into darkness and the last days of Mankind have come. It is the Dead Age. The Dead have returned to reclaim the world. Driven by an unseen master the dead rise from their graves… Continue reading CEMETERY EARTH – a novel by Chris Ringler

Bites From A Cemetery Earth

I don’t think they eat us out of hunger, I think they eat us out of hatred. I have been watching them for weeks now, for weeks upon weeks, and I don’t think they eat us out of hunger. They are withering, these things, these monsters, withering like unfed flowers, no matter how much they… Continue reading Bites From A Cemetery Earth

What The Living Forget…The Dead Will Remember

  The things crawl and caper and drag themselves from their Mother and emerge into the world and thus begins the Dead Age. The world sleeps as they rise but as dawn breaks screams chase the sun into the clouds as blood paints the streets. A man falls into wakefulness at the sound of something… Continue reading What The Living Forget…The Dead Will Remember

CEMETERY EARTH Crawls From Its Grave

The new book is here. CEMETERY EARTH, my zombie magnum opus has finally hit the shelves, at least digitally. As I wait for the book to hit the printer I wanted to make sure it was out and available for anyone more interested in its digital cousin. While it is a zombie story, and a story about… Continue reading CEMETERY EARTH Crawls From Its Grave

The Blind Dead Collection – review

The Blind Dead Collection – movie review/s             For us horror nerds there’s something wonderful about the undiscovered country of foreign and underground horror.  It’s the fact that this stuff isn’t in the mainstream that makes it so cool and desirable.  Even the bad stuff is lauded because it is different and unknown.  Such is… Continue reading The Blind Dead Collection – review