Thursday, November 18, 2021

Patricia Josephine's Birthday & Anniversary Scavenger Hunt

Welcome to Patricia Josephine's Scavenger Hunt!

Find the clue and head on over to Patricia's blog to find the other participants. Gather at least five, then comment on her blog, including both a Happy Birthday and a Happy Anniversary. You'll be entered in the giveaway.

Good luck and happy hunting! And Happy Birthday and Happy Anniversary to Patricia!

To save the world, Erin needs a zombie.

Every human in the world becomes a zombie when they die. But Erin refuses to accept the world as it is now. She’s heard about a cure locked away in a lab in Upper Michigan, and she plans on retrieving it. To do so, she needs a zombie. Not just any zombie, though.

Zee is Erin’s link to the lab. His connection to the living world is her bargaining chip. But only if she can teach him to control his mindless impulses.

Can a zombie be trained? Or will Erin be Zee’s next meal and become a zombie herself? The fate of humanity rests in her hands.

The Cure is a post apocalypse story about redemption and saving the world.
Steam rating: None.

Add to Goodreads.

Also, I had a new release recently. My short story "Psychosis" appears in Madame Gray's Vault of Gore. Only check it out if you're okay with gore and heavier horror.

May you find your Muse.


  1. The novel sounds like it has a good twist to the zombie story. Emphasis on gore isnt my thing in horror so I probably won't be reading that anthology but congratulations on the publishing of your story in it.

    1. No worries! I know it's not for everyone, so want to make sure I make clear that there's gore involved.

  2. Sounds like it's also a fun read. Look out Hollywood!

  3. Happy Birthday and Anniversary, Patricia!

    Congratulations, Shannon!

  4. Thank you for helping out with the scavenger hunt, Shannon. Congrats on your story.

    1. Thank you and congratulations to you! I hope this has been a success.

  5. Hi Shannon - all the best to Patricia and the scavenger hunt. I hope your story can escape the zombies and shine in the anthology - cheers Hilary