It’s Friday, and what better way to celebrate the coming weekend than with a nice fresh dose of zombie goodness, courtesy of Paul Starkey and The Lazarus Conundrum.

Yes, the third novella to be published from our Open Subs month (you can find out all about it in an interview our Glorious Commissioning Editor David Thomas Moore took part in over at the Brisol Books Blog) has now escaped quarantine and is in the wild, ready to infect your brain box and completely rewire it.

The Lazarus Conundrum – in which a woman dies in a world of zombies and doesn’t wake up – is all manner of awesome, and Paul has been chatting to those lovely folks over at Civilian Reader all about it.

The Lazarus Conundrum is out now!
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BUT WAIT! As you may already know, The Lazarus Conundrum is the end game in a process that has been rumbling on for some time. Y’see, we wanted to beam a whole bunch of new writers directly into your faces, and so there are actually three brand new novellas now out there, waiting to be snapped up by you.

The most excellent Cassandra Chaw’s Rupert Wong: Cannibal Chef is… well, it’s a tale quite unlike anything else you’re likely to read any time soon, and is quite, quite brilliant. Our Cass has been chatting to all manner of folk about it – check out some of the links below and then get thee to an eBook dispensary.

Rupert Wong: Cannibal Chef is out now!
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And last – but by no means least – Colin Sinclair’s Midnight In The Garden Centre of Good And Evil is also out there, doing good things, making poor folk poodling round garden centres wondering what lurks behind the creaking displays of fish pond ornaments. Colin has also been talking to folk near and far – check out some of his really Very Good Indeed blogs below:

Midnight In The Garden Centre Of Good And Evil is out now!
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