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Please Hollywood, Don’t Make This Movie

I’ve gotten some pretty good reviews in the past, and my collaboration with Scott Wolf has received more than its fair share of good ones. But this is the first time a reader has loved a book I’ve worked on and then expressed a desire for it not to be made into a film! 🙂

Immolation Review

As always, These Dead Lands: Immolation remains on sale at Amazon in both ebook and print formats, and we hope the audio version is out by the end of the year. In the meantime, These Dead Lands: Desolation continues its journey through the, ah, birthing process. Stay tuned!

  1. Alex
    July 22, 2016 at 5:07 pm


    On the side I know we may never know but I have to ask what happen in Washington I thought there was a hard line pres bunker for nuclear war like the Pentagon as I know we loss our uplinks the dead rolled in likely overran the place knock down the dish or antenna and likely NORAD is hard line link so is it likely we have a number of bases contact off the back up net trying to relink with the rest as NORAD our key point in getting coms back up? Plus how did we lose coms anyway oh wait budget cuts let me guess those penny pushers kill us all?

    By the way I do wonder anyone can drive around in this in a M1A3 Abrams through this or the loss tank…slap some tank gas to the sides and drive through the horde for safety or go dark and use the tank as a bunker

  2. Dave Hockman
    February 17, 2017 at 4:47 pm

    Is there ever going to be a continuation of These Dead Lands?

    • February 20, 2017 at 9:03 pm

      Hell yes, it’s in the hopper now. No release date set, but it’ll be sooner rather than later.

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