“Jacob couldn’t find a single word to write; for days, he sat there in his chair…”

Michael is a well-established and noteworthy author. He has written many short stories, novellas, and novels. But he always had an issue with procrastination. His literary agent, Sarah, whom he has been working with for years, is tired of getting backlash from Michael’s editor and isn’t afraid to let him know it. 

When a group of friends in a small, tight-knit community decide to investigate the rumors of a ghost haunting the abandoned Bahner house, they are unprepared for the shocking and terrifying encounter they experience. As they flee from the mysterious figure and the eerie, decrepit surroundings, they are left to wonder if the stories they had always dismissed as childhood tales were, in fact, all too real.

As a winter storm rages on, a weary traveler finds himself stranded on a deserted country road, desperately seeking shelter from the cold. When he finally spots a glimmer of hope in the form of a distant light, he is relieved to discover it is a cozy motel. But as he makes his way inside, his thoughts are drawn to a nearby house, glowing with warmth and inviting him in from the storm. In this heartwarming tale, one person's journey through the bitter winter weather leads him to a moment of reflection and gratitude for the simple comforts of home.

As the world falls into chaos and a deadly zombie outbreak sweeps across the globe, a small group of survivors must fight for their lives and navigate the treacherous landscape of the new world order. In a series of diary entries, readers are given a front row seat to the harrowing experiences and emotional struggles of these brave individuals as they come together to overcome impossible odds and find a way to survive in a world overrun by the undead. Follow their journey through heartache, loss, and the unbreakable bonds of friendship as they fight to stay alive and hold on to hope in a world gone mad. "The Zombie Diaries" is a gripping and poignant series that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.