Firslty, I am making giving big shout out for a book (only published 5th Feb 2012) I really want to read. Right now, it’s FREE for US customers at Amazon. Or £1.95 at UK Amazon. BUY LINKS below. Want to know much more about it before you dive into the purchasing process? No fear, details to follow 🙂
Her practical how-to impresses the CEO of the largest drug company in the world, and before she knows it, Hattie, a reporter for a downmarket tabloid that specializes in conspiracy theories, is sitting down with the woman who single-handedly invented the zombie-behavioral-modification market. Granted access to the inner sanctum of zombaceuticals, she meets an actual, living, breathing M-A-N.
Now Hattie, the consummate professional, is acting like a single girl at the end of the twentieth century: self-conscious, klutzy and unable to form a coherent sentence without babbling. Worst of all, the human male appears to have impaired her ability to think clearly. Because all of a sudden she’s convinced a conspiracy is afoot at the drug company and it seems to go all the way to the top.
Emlyn Chad said:
“Remember, you’re in for a wild and absolutely hilarious ride. You’ve been warned!”
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