Kiss Me Before Dawn

Zombies... Vampires... She can't decide which she hates more. More

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About Ava Bradley

Many years ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I signed my first contract with a small publisher who started me off on this wonderful journey. They handled everything from editing to marketing to cover design to formatting, and did a whole lot of hand-holding along the way.

Over the years I had the good fortune to work with six editors at four publishers. I learned so much from them, and those experiences were absolutely invaluable, but that journey was nothing compared to the voyage I’m on now.

I’ve since ventured off as an Independent, which feels like getting off a plane in a foreign country and hiking into the wilderness with nothing more than a Swiss Army knife. I format my own layouts, design my own covers, and hire my own editors.

And I do my own marketing. Promoting my books feels like standing on a mountaintop shouting to a vast valley below where I cannot see a single soul. I can only hope they are there, and they are listening.

I am completely alone.

Except for you, dear reader. If you liked my book, you can help this weary traveler by leaving a review at your favorite book retailer. Your reviews help my book stand out among hundreds of thousands of others, and help other readers like you find it.

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Crickee86 reviewed on on Dec. 13, 2014
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I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This was my first time reading anything from Ava Bradley. In general it was a good story, too many details at times it wasn’t necessary and not enough at others when I wanted to know more. It took the plot of “28 Days Later” and added vampires. Ava Bradley was able to incorporate some of the complexities of human nature… Do you kill your friend that has been infected and is now a zombie or do you let them go in hopes that one day there is a cure, but could still kill you during the wait? I was a little disappointed at the end that every loose end was just magically all worked out and okay in the last chapter.
It was a quick easy read and wouldn’t mind reading some of Ava Bradley’s other work.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
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