Zombie Housewives of the Apocalypse
1950s dark humor, full-color book involving Liz (drunken slutty divorcee) and Stella (perfect 1950s housewife) surviving a Cold War chemical bomb that turns everyone into zombies. Live the 1950s with these zombie gals acting as if nothing has changed. In this alternative universe, the 1950s marched on except with a zombie population in the growing suburbs.
Zombie Housewives of the 1960s
In this full-color, dark-humor book, we have a 1960s where the government sprayed Paraquat on the marijuana plants only to have them turn invincible and the hippies that smoked it, invincible with munchies for human flesh. We took the 1960s and zombie'tized them for a really fun read. Follow Colleen (Nancy Sinatra hipster) and Blossom (hippie) on their trek through the decade turned zombies with segregation, War, and protesting.
Zombie Housewives of the 1970s
In this decade, our dark-humor, full-color book takes Melissa (environmental protestor) and Mary (a career woman) into a zombie scenario when their city (Chicago) experiences a Three Mile Island scenario and the citizens turn zombie. Once the city is walled up, the world is fascinated by the lives of these zombies and everyone wants to tan to have their copper glow and dress like them. They are celebrities. The 1970s are taken to a new level with the zombie theme.
Zombie Housewives of the 1980s
In the 1980s it's all about money and extravagence. When a sexually-transmitted disease creates zombie conditions in the citizens, no one can tell who is a zombie by looking at them. Follow ambitious ladder-climbing Madison and mall-singing Brandi as they handle the 1980s in their zombie condition.
This delightful children's book is a reassuring message to children. At the Critter school the flamingos and lambs, frogs and owls, all play happily on the playground, but for three children they feel left out. A lizard-frog child, a flamingo-owl child, and a sheep-goat child realize they are extra special when the school has a competition. Because they are half their mother and half their father, they have more to offer in the competition than the purebreds.
Julie and I share how our friendship had us hitting the road to chase paranormal adventures and photograph abandoned sites, but each time we came home, something major changed in our life. We got to figure out what we wanted, who we were, and why life is so awesomely serendiptious.
Give thanks at the end of the day. Draw it, write it, say it in a prayer. You will shine with all the brilliance of a sunset. Another inspiring diary from GroovyNewLife.com.
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Armed with a mystical ring and the promise of saving one life, the SEEK Team explores portal phenomena. Even after his death, billionaire Edward Schulte haunts Beau and Marco. Their research mission this time is a dangerous one, and their feelings keep them even more vulnerable. Will they approach the threshold of a parallel world and will Marco be able to carry Beau through the threshold to marital bliss?
Halloween isn't just a day, it's a whole season and adults love it just as much as kids! This book, "Adult Halloween: Taking Back the Season!" by Sharon Day is an extensive guide for reclaiming the season adult style. It covers how to live Halloween every day, how to make it more horrifying, goth, nostalgic, and sexy. It includes guides on how to challenge your fears, drink and movie pairings, carving, talking to the dead, urban exploration, country fairs, spooky photography, phobia theater, yard haunt tips, recipes and more. If you are already a big kid about the Halloween season, this book will help you launch into a new level of terror and celebration - adult style!