I’ve always been a fan of the George A. Romero zombie films. Sometimes I found myself daydreaming about what happened in the rest of America when the zombie apocalypse happened. My books are done in that style.
Something unique about it.I did a crowd-funding campaign offering contributors to buy a spot as a main character in the book. Each contributor would get their own novella which would be part of the larger story and the plots of the novellas would steer the characters towards each other until they met and journeyed to a common goal. The plan was to raise enough that I could take some time off work and knock the book out. I didn’t raise as much as I had hoped and other projects came up so I have postponed working on the series until I get some other projects finished and published, but I look forward to returning to the world of Nigh and completing the project.
Scott Lefebvre can write about whatever you want him to write about.
Mostly because when he was grounded for his outlandish behavior as a hyperactive school child, the only place he was allowed to go was the public library.
His literary tastes were forged by the works of Helen Hoke, Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell, Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, Stephen King, Clive Barker, Edgar Allan Poe, and H. P. Lovecraft.
He is the author of Spooky Creepy Long Island, and Condemned; and a contributing author to Forrest J. Ackerman’s Anthology of the Living Dead, Fracas: A Collection of Short Friction, The Call of Lovecraft, and Cashiers du Cinemart.
His reviews have been published by a variety of in print and online media including Scars Magazine, Icons of Fright, Fatally Yours and Screams of Terror, and he has appeared in Fangoria, Rue Morgue and HorrorHound Magazine.
Check out his publishing imprint Burnt Offerings Books here: