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Too old to flirt with the Norwegian meditation teacher. Too young for menopause. More

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Published by Wonderland Press
Words: 4,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466170537
About DeAnna Knippling

Every summer as kids, we would host one group of cousins or another and jump off hay bales, create mazes by crawling the patterns through the tall grass, and steal green apples out of the garden. We also branded calves, killed chickens, and stole steak knives to threaten skunks with. But that's growing up on a farm for you.

Now I write fantasy, science fiction, and horror--and most of it comes from the worlds that I created as a farm kid, one way or another.

My first novel, Choose Your Doom: Zombie Apocalypse, was published by Doom Press in 2010 and can be purchased through Meta Geek.

"This is how I like my zombies: fast and funny. Choose this book, and you won't be choosing your doom. You'll be choosing hours of gooey, gory hilarity."
- Steve Hockensmith, New York Times best-selling author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls

My short story, “The End of the World,” about fairies on the Great Plains, received an honorable mention in Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year, Vol. 3.

I also write murder-mystery party games for Freeform Games in the UK.

See my website and blog at

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Review by: Twisted Root Publishing on Aug. 14, 2011 :
Having travelled in India and visited His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, this story and its rich details brought back all the contradictions of that country. The middle-aged character carried her angst with a humor that only someone with a few years on them could have. A really fun read. Recommended.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: White Sun Press on Aug. 01, 2011 :
Too funny. Definitely captures, the experience of attending retreats during the monsoon in the land of monkeys, dal and the Dalai Lama. Worth a read if you enjoy laughing at the absurdity of culture clashes and spiritual seekers who take themselves too seriously.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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