Joe Beausoleil

Biography

From Edmonton Canada, Joe is a Metis and proud member of the Trickster Fireball Society Aboriginal writers group. He works for the Edmonton Public Library and loves all things zombie...except them eating brains.

http://www.banffcentre.org/blog/2012/04/30/the-trickster-fireball-society/

And a great interview: http://nightbluesbooks.blogspot.ca/2012/05/indie-interview-with-joe-beausoleil.html

Where to find Joe Beausoleil online

Twitter: jjbeausoleil

Books

Tomahawks & Zombies
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 74,200. Language: English. Published: May 12, 2012. Category: Fiction » Horror » Undead
(4.80)
While enjoying the beaches and the ruins of the Yucatán peninsula a zombie virus breaks out. The vacation is over; it's time for survival. With air traffic grounded, Jake Wandering Spirit and his friend’s form a plan to drive the 6427 KM from Cancun to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada amidst the chaos and the unknown. This is one man's journal of survival and travel amidst a zombie apocalypse.

Joe Beausoleil’s tag cloud

7th cavalry    aboriginal    action    adventure    canada    cree    death    end of days    guns    horror    mexico    native    travel    usa    walking dead    western    zombie    zombie apocalypse   

Smashwords book reviews by Joe Beausoleil

  • Zombie Night in Canada: 1st Period on April 01, 2012

    The zombie genre has gotten stale this late while with a flood of poorly written books which is why Zombie Night In Canada is a fresh breath of rotting zombie corpses and gunsmoke. It has great action, a uniquely Canadian outlook (but not too Canadian as to alienate reads who don’t hail from the great white north) and has action, great detail and an all-round exciting story. Best zombie novel I’ve read in some time.