Why Zombies Thrive

The Write Perspective

Is it nearly real enough for you? Photo courtesy of Google images. Is it nearly real enough for you? Photo courtesy of Google images.


We know that in order for zombies to continue to ‘live’ they need brains or flesh or whatever they can get from humans and other animals. Check. I want to talk about zombies as a brand, the genre itself. For the last few decades (some years better than others) the zombie always manages to resurface into mainstream entertainment.

There are other supernatural beings that the fiction-reader culture has embraced as well during the same time: witches, werewolves, vampires, elves, dragons and host of other characters that have either antagonized or protagonized a story. I’ve enjoyed reading stories regarding them all over the years. For lovers of the zombie genre, such as myself there’s something extra special about the rising of the dead.

For the zombie era, be it in a book or show or movie, I don’t know about you but I’m always interested in the set…

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Published by: dottiedaniels

I'm a hardworking thirty-something who likes to read various topics, write, coupon, garden, hang out with my almost human dog, sit-and-do-absolutely-nothing, and most importantly live, happily :) In June 2006, I survived an SAH (subarachnoid brain hemorrhage = brain aneurysm) and after my recovery and a few years passed I set out to write- something that I thought I'd never do well again. Most who know me expected I'd write about that experience but instead I chose something a little different. I'm now the author of an apocalyptic, zombie-thriller titled 'Affliction' which will be published by DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C and will be out by the year's end. Whether you read 'Affliction' or not (I would hope you will) my goals for everyone, including you would be to follow your heart, set some goals and follow through accordingly- otherwise you'll never truly know how happy you can be.

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