My first novel created originally as a short story, this book crosses the realm of scientific warfare with the greed of shale gas fracking producing horrific results. A multi billion pound energy company chooses a sleepy secluded purpose- built town to drill beneath in the quest to find shale gas. A freelance reporter and the mysterious leader of the town residents committee team up to fight the corporate giants who unwittingly unleash one of science's fiercest creations into the atmosphere, turning tens of thousands into mindless zombies intent on one thing and one thing only........KILLING. The race is on to find a cure and save the population inbetween a quest for power, bribery and corruption. The story features very graphic scenes of violence, explicit love scenes and an edge of the seat storyline culminating in an end with a twist you won't see coming. If you're into your zombie stories and revel in a bit of blood, guts and gore then grab yourself a cuppa, kick back and enjoy the ride, you'll LOVE this!!
About Author Ian D Moore
A trucker based at Goole Tesco DC, fledgling author of Salby Damned. I live with my partner of two years in Selby, North Yorkshire but am originally from Sutton Coldfield, just outside Birmingham. Now aged 43, I have two sons of my own and another step son and step daughter, all of whom I love dearly. Having written short stories and poetry for many years, I was challenged to write a story for my sister Helen which lead to the first novel being published. It has been a learning curve but I have thoroughly enjoyed it and am now working on another novel, but all in good time ;')
YOU'RE NOT ALONE Anthology
An international group of indie authors, inspired by the personal grief of one, decided to collaborate in the spring of 2015 in a project to create this multi-genre smorgasbord of original short stories, all with the same potent theme – relationships. Some are heartfelt, some funny, some poignant, and some are just a little bit scary – much like relationships themselves. All are by authors fired by the shared enthusiasm to give something back in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Cancer touches us all. It has in some way affected those who have contributed their time and talent here. This is our way of showing that we care. Indie authors carry forward a revolutionary shift in publishing, which allows the author to be creative director in their own work. There are many exceptional, experienced and acclaimed writers who have decided to take this bold step in publishing. In producing this anthology we have also had the inestimable assistance on board of artists, graphic designers and bloggers – all of whom have a place in our acknowledgements. You, the discerning reader, are the other vital part of this equation. By buying this book you are supporting the work of indie authors, as well as discovering their worth. You are also supporting the charity to which we have chosen to dedicate our work. 100% of the royalties earned or accrued in the purchase of this book, in all formats, will go to the Pamela Winton tribute fund, which is in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.