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Saturday, March 26, 2011

In My Mailbox (#9)

In My Mailbox is a bookish meme created by the wonderful Kristi over at The Story Siren for bloggers to feature books we got over the past week, either bought, borrowed, or received in the mail. Make sure to go check out her main post.

This week I received one Ebook for review:

"Mercy" is self-published on Kindle by Joshua Grover David-Patterson. It's not on GoodReads or up on Amazon yet as his release date is supposed to be April 1st. So I took part of the blurb from the email that he sent me for the description.

"I’ve gotten a very wonderful blurb from Scott Kenemore ("Joshua Grover-David Patterson writes in a style that will surely connect with many contemporary zombie fans.  His use of tone and narrative structure are miles ahead of most who work in the genre.") and I’ve got a fantastic author named Seamus Cooper (aka Brendan Halpin) who blurbed it as well (“You expect a zombie novel to have brains, but you don't expect it to be this smart. You expect a number of internal organs to be on display, but you don't expect this much heart. MERCY is a kicka** zombie novel, but it's also a thoughtful, moving story about the joy and importance of being human and alive.”)
I think that my novel, “Mercy,” is the kind of story you’d like.  It’s got zombie action, and crash-landing planes, and island survival, and a cross-country drive in a tank. More than anything, it has heart.  Both the physical and emotional versions."

As I told Josh, he had me at zombies. I love zombies...a lot. But planes crashing, island survival, and a tank made it really impossible for me to say no. Sounds pretty bad ass.

So that is what I got in my mailbox...err I mean, inbox.
What did you get?? :)


  1. Nice! I can't wait to read about zombies with heart! Good Inbox :)

  2. I haven't heard of that, but it sounds really good. Can't wait to see what you think!

  3. I haven't heard about Mercy. Hope you like the book.
    My IMM

  4. Jessica: Sorry to invade your space - my book actually came out early! The Kindle version is here:

    And the nook version is here:

    I'll let you get back to reading now...


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