The new year is almost upon us. This naturally leads to the age old tradition of the “new start.” You know what I’m talking about. The dreaded “New Year’s Resolution.”

With that in mind, I have thought a lot about my zombie series. I have already made some progress towards my goal of resuscitating it by starting a podcast based on it. Available wherever podcasts are heard.

To further that goal, I am releasing Volume Three in the series. It is the longest of the books in the series, and will be the only one not included in the podcast. This one and all the others that are included in the podcast will be available in ebook format under the imaginative titles, Deadland volumes one, two, and three.

One is free, Two is free with a signup for my newsletter, and three is 4.99. It will include the longest installment in the series, coming in at around 400 pages. The title of that is Nicole’s Odyssey, though as I say it is in the Volume Dead Land volume three. DLIII will also include a previously released full length zombie novel that is not part of the Human Extinction Level Loss series entitled Seeing Johnny Rokkets.

So, that’s two full length novels in one volume and a whole lot of zombies for about five bucks. That will bring my zombie series up to date and set the stage in 2020-21 for a new book in the series, one I have been thinking about for a long time.

I believe it will be called RAILS and just to give you a hint: We haven’t seen the last of Doctor Crenner.

These books will be available in ebook initially, print book soon, and audio book eventually. The podcast will continue based on the books up to volume three and Nicole’s Odyssey, which will be available in ebook, print, and audio, initially, soon, and eventually.

Anyway, I didn’t want to do it, but the New Year, am I right? That’s my resolution. Let’s meet again next year at this time and see how I did.

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Philip A. McClimon is an author who likes to write about the end of the world (post apocalyptic, Sci/Fi), mostly because he thinks the shopping would be awesome (No crowds, everything free). He likes heroes that are the strong, silent type and not necessarily male. By silent he means up until the time there is something snarky to say, usually before, during, and after doing something cool. He writes Urban Fantasy under the name Billy Baltimore for no other reason than that he likes the name. Many of the same rules for his other stories apply to Billy’s, strong silent types, smart mouth, does cool stuff, but these stories take place in a made up town called Hemisphere and involve stuff you only ever hear about on late night conspiracy talk show podcasts, which are, if you think about it, pretty awesome too. So, that’s Phil. He’s not strong, rarely silent, and isn’t known for doing a lot of cool things. But his characters are.