E. A. Burns lives in her daydreams while selling delicious bread. She divides her time between exchanging prompts with her writing circle, playing with pastels, listening to musicals and jumping between her second zombie novel featuring two teenage girls and her first fantasy novel, a light romp that plunges deeper into darkness the longer she thinks about it.
She combats her high school nickname 'Frown' by drinking copious amounts of excellent coffee and drowning the average ones with delicious vanilla syrup.
Who are your favorite authors?
Terry Pratchett, Daniel Keyes, Janet Evanovich, James Patterson and Grant Naylor (that's two people). Terry Pratchett is my topmost fave, the rest depend on my genre mood.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Flowers for Algernon, because it's intelligent and emotional, and broke through my barrier that resist terrible spelling. King Dork, because it's a fascinating look inside an intelligent and unique teenage mind with a great back story and wonderful payoff. Good Omens, because it's one of the great examples of two authors coming together to create something excellent. Red Dwarf Omnibus, because I grew up with Red Dwarf and love reading all the extra information they couldn't fit on the tv show. Terry Pratchett's Discworld, because I can't pick just one.
Logan knows zombies. He spent years culling unregistered ones. But everything he knows comes into question after he gets thrown into a registered zombie safe house by mistake. Because there's something wrong with these zombies. Something almost human.