2014 Summer of Zombie: SPOTLIGHT on Robert Chazz Chute

     So today is the big day!  We’re a little over halfway through the 2014 Summer of Zombie Blog Tour and today is my turn to introduce to you a terrific author, I just recently bought his “This Plague of Days Complete Omnibus Edition” on Amazon and I’ve already sunk my teeth in.  The book contains all 3 seasons of the serial tale and is very reasonably priced on Amazon- going for only $6.55 CAD.  I’m a BIG fan of Zombie serials and this one does not fail to impress.

Dear Readers, I bring to you, author Robert Chazz Chute.

What is your latest zombie release?

This Plague of Days, Season 3 and This Plague of Days, The Complete Series will be released June 15.   Image

Give us a Quick description of it (no spoilers)

As a flu pandemic kills billions and civilization collapses, a strange, dictionary-obsessed, autistic boy faces the apocalypse alongside his family. From Kansas City, Missouri to England, Ireland, Iceland and Canada, the crisis deepens as the virus continues to evolve. Expect bio-terrorists, twists and surprises as new species rise from the horror. The zombies aren’t supernatural, but we might be.

Tell us something unique about it.

This Plague of Days is a huge novel, but it’s written as a television series. This isn’t a shoot-’em-up kind of zombie story. It ends up in some pretty fantastical places. There’s also a secret at the heart of the story that begins in Season One and isn’t revealed until the end of the series. Great fun.

To Purchase a Copy of This Plague of Days

Amazon US http://amzn.to/Nm6xj4 Amazon UK http://amzn.to/RPHgmI

Your promo links.

Readers can find out more about the series at ThisPlagueOfDays.com or purchase it through the links at AllThatChazz.com.

Your short Bio.

I write suspense, horror and some non-fiction. Trained as a journalist, I’ve worked for newspapers, magazines and in the book industry. My podcasts are All That Chazz and the Cool People Podcast.


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The stench of rotting flesh is in the air! Welcome to the Summer of Zombie Blog Tour 2014, with 33 of the best zombie authors spreading the disease in the month of June.


Stop by the event page on Facebook so you don’t miss an interview, guest post or teaser… and pick up some great swag as well! Giveaways galore from most of the authors as well as interaction with them! #SummerZombie


AND so you don’t miss any of the posts in June, here’s the complete list, updated daily:




About SparkyLeeGeek

I'm a cheesy broad with a good sense of humor. I'm also a self professed geek, dog lover, Whovian and music snob. I have earned money by painting, I've worked in call centers, with dogs and in the fitness industry. I also write for Bubblews http://www.bubblews.com/account/165359-sparkylee74 and I have 2 separate blogs on Blogger: "My Whovian Take" a blog dedicated to Doctor Who and "Life in Fog Goggles" a blog dedicated to daily life and living with Fibromyalgia and CFIDS. I will be featured in an upcoming Anthology for HorrorAddicts.net titled "The Horror Addict's Guide to Life" My interests range from Doctor Who, dogs, and Science Fiction to Zombies, Humor and Astronomy. Creativity is my passion.
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1 Response to 2014 Summer of Zombie: SPOTLIGHT on Robert Chazz Chute

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