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Born and raised in rural western Quebec, Thea Gregory moved to the big city at 17 to attend college. She has had an eclectic career ever since, and has studied computer networking and physics and worked in technical support, sales, and teaching. She presently lives in Montreal, Quebec. Thea enjoys zombies, cycling, reading, walking, cooking and dreaming up twisted scenarios for future projects.
on Dec. 03, 2013 :
A really fun short about Pastor Rick Parsons is vigorously and adamantly opposed to the gay lifestyle and believes in whole that prayer can heal it. He has researched things completely to be completely familiar and prepared for his task. He's horrified by the toned tanned and muscular men he sees in his online search's, but just can't manage to look away. So he heads to the pride parade to preach the word and show them that they will feel Gods wrath. Instead I think it's fair to say he stumbles into a pit of hell turned on him. Defiantly recommend this story for horror and zombie fans. Honestly I think it's one that can appeal to all audiences.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Hope Sullivan McMickle
on Sep. 30, 2011 :
If you are a fan of the zombie genre, but hungry for compelling characters and imagery with strong plot and context, Thea Isis Gregory is a refreshing voice within the genre. Her stories are taut, well-crafted, and well-paced. The power of her writing is in the use of zombies as a mechanism for exploring character. But that said, her zombies are wicked fast and ferocious. In Zombie Pride, Gregory delivers an action-packed, and effective piece of zombie short fiction that is well-worth the read and entices us to explore other offerings in her catalog.
(review of free book)