Sheila Guthrie

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My parents gave me a typewriter for Christmas when I was about 12, and I spent many happy years tapping away and creating stories.

The advent of eBooks and self-publishing came along at just the right time in my life, and after many years, I finally sat down and decided to fulfill my life-long dream to write and publish fiction.

In addition to my work published here, I have a short story about zombies, "There's Something About Carol", in Splatter: An Anthology of Horror, which is available in print.

I'm working on a science fiction novel about the first colonists from Earth, and what happens on their journey. It's set about 100 years in the future.

I've got more ideas than I can shake a stick at, so there are more short stories, novellas and full-length novels to come.

Then there are the vintage doll repair books, with dressmaking patterns, coming soon, which will be print only.

I'm a native of North Carolina, where I've lived all my life with the exception of about six years during and just after my Air Force service. I have three sons, a male dog and a male cat, so I am the Queen of my domain.

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Zombie Town
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 23,310. Language: English. Published: July 1, 2014 by Sheila Guthrie. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
From city to suburbia, zombies are all the rage as they rampage on their quest for sustenance, taking down strangers, friends and neighbors alike, without pity or remorse. Here are nine short stories about the times when the dead walk and the living fear.
Zombie Town
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 23,060. Language: English. Published: July 1, 2014 by Sheila Guthrie. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
From city to suburbia, zombies are all the rage as they rampage on their quest for sustenance, taking down strangers, friends and neighbors alike, without pity or remorse. Here are nine short stories about the times when the dead walk and the living fear.


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