Brody Sommers


I write zombie (and xombie) stuff. No, really, I do.

I write other things as well, in zombie and non-zombie genres...

Please stay tuned for more XOMBIE Volumes as well as an original, apocalyptic zombie series.

I appreciate *any and all* feedback I receive. Please don't hesitate to email me any time!

I can be found here:
BrodySommers (*at*)

Where to find Brody Sommers online


XOMBIE Volume Two
Price: Free! Words: 19,530. Language: English. Published: August 10, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » General, Fiction » Horror » Undead
Only the rich and affluent can afford the full xombie experience. Many of them are willing to pay top dollar for the thrill of a sexual encounter with an infected Z-girl. But power in the outside world doesn't necessarily help when facing a undead girl with a lust for flesh and an insatiable appetite for sex. Who will hit the panic button first?
XOMBIE Volume One
Price: Free! Words: 9,100. Language: American English. Published: August 19, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » General, Fiction » Horror » Undead
In this first volume, Brody Sommers creates a world where zombies are hot and desire makes anyone vulnerable. Some are willing to risk anything for sex, even life and limb. One man is pulled into this lurid underworld and quickly finds that there are benefits beyond a paycheck. When he sees someone from his past is among the infected, will the temptation outweigh his apprehension?

Brody Sommers' tag cloud

adult    bdsm    bondage    dom    erotica    erotika    masochist    porn    prostitute    sadist    sex    sub    undead    vampire    xombie    xxx    zombie   

Brody Sommers' favorite authors on Smashwords

Chastity Bridges
Latest book: Diary of a Goddess. Published August 21, 2012. (3.00 from 1 review)

Smashwords book reviews by Brody Sommers

  • Cousin (A selection from the My Kin collection) on Sep. 03, 2012

    I am a southern guy who can relate to so many parts of this book. (in a positive way, lol) I think everyone has characters like this in their lives, whether they live north or south of the Mason-Dixon line, and we love them, regardless. People like this bring color to *everyone's* lives and I am thankful for Ms. Giles for sharing these people from her life. Being from the South, I'd not be surprised that these stories are more than mostly true. :)