THE WALKING DEAD AND HELL ON WHEELS COLLIDE!
Stalked across the Great Basin by an evil they hardly understand, Nina Weaver and her hard-bitten bunch o’ ragtag death-dealers have learned one crucial lesson: the only sure thing in life — and death — is a loaded gun.
‘Deaduns’ and other horrors have come a’callin’, and Nina struggles to uphold unlikely alliances as the stale waft of rot threatens to overrun the West.
Can Nina and company stand against... THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS?
From the deranged minds of Tim Marquitz, J.M. Martin, and Kenny Soward, THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS is the second volume in the all-new Old Western Action-Horror series, "Dead West."
"A rollicking fun romp through an Old West that might have been. This is a fresh tale in an increasingly saturated genre. Don’t hesitate to buy this one.” — Timothy W. Long, author of “Among the Living” series
"...the cover blurb describes [it] as 'The Walking Dead and Hell on Wheels collide.' Not having seen the former nor being familiar with the latter, I would describe it as Night of the Living Dead meets H. P. Lovecraft and Dr. Fu Manchu..." — Keith West, Amazing Stories Magazine
"...jumps out of the gate at the start and off you go on a wild ride from hell. Zombies, guts, mysticism and general bad assitude all balled up into one." — Gary T. Ritter, Amazon.com
J.M. Martin has been a teacher, an occupational therapist, a managing editor, and a graphic designer. He has written comic books (Legendlore, Seeker) and role-playing games (Iron Kingdoms, Warmachine), as well as several short stories for Fantasist Enterprises, Rogue Blades Entertainment, Pill Hill Press, and Angelic Knight Press. He has also written or co-written a nautical fantasy novella entitled Tisarian's Treasure, and the action-horror Dead West series with Tim Marquitz and Kenny Soward, his brothers-in-arms.
J.M. (Joe) lives in Kentucky with his red-headed, 3rd-degree black belt wife and three energetic wee folk he swears are pixies or something. In 2013, he established Nine Worlds Media, a company specializing in editing and design services for writers and publishers.
He is likely mad as a hatter by the time you've read this. Sometimes he even futterwackens vigorously.