Stevie Kopas was born and raised in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. She is a gamer, a writer and an apocalypse enthusiast. Stevie will never turn down a good cup of coffee and might even be a bit of a caffeine addict.
Stevie is the author of The Breadwinner Trilogy. Books 1 and 2, The Breadwinner and Haven were originally self-published in 2013 and 2014. The Breadwinner Trilogy was picked up by Permuted Press in May of 2014 and the second editions of both the first books were released in March and April of 2015. The third and final installment in The Breadwinner Trilogy, All Good Things, debuted in May of 2015. In June of 2015 The Breadwinner was the number one bestselling dystopian novel on Amazon.
Her fourth book, Never Say Die: Stories of The Zombie Apocalypse, was released in May 2016 but is currently unavailable pending rerelease by Permuted Press early 2017.
Her fifth novel, co-authored with Stephen Kozeniewski, SLASHVIVOR, was released September 2017.
Kopas also participates in the At Hell's Gates horror anthologies and all profits are donated to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. Her short stories, Nefarious, Patient 63, and Spencer Family Tradition can be found in the first three volumes of At Hell's Gates. Her other short story, Camp Counselors Wanted, can be found in Man Behind The Mask, a charity anthology that donates all proceeds to breast cancer research.
She currently resides in Panama City Beach, Florida and tries to spend as much time as she can soaking up the sun.
Stevie is also the Managing Editor of the website Horror Metal Sounds and a writer for the site. Offline, Stevie is a telecommunications professional.
You can visit the official website at http://someonereadthis.com and connect on Facebook via http://facebook.com/thebreadwinnertrilogy and also follow Stevie on Twitter @ApacoTaco
David R. Stookey
on May 07, 2018 :
I'm a big fan of short stories, especially horror stories, and really enjoyed every one of these. Madness, of course, is the central theme, but each of the stories had unique creative elements that kept the reader entertained. I also liked the "Monkey's Paw" angle that also shaped most of the stories. Great job, and glad to hear that your work was picked up by Permuted Press!
(review of free book)