John Allen


John Allen works in advertising as the Marketing and Creative Director at a television station on the Gulf Coast and has direct experience working with brainless zombies as
both clients (former, of past jobs...) and advertising executives.

He grew up in rural Bovina, Mississippi, a town that actually had its own dirty county Sheriff (who served time in the Federal Penitentary for lying under oath), and spent most of his free time as a child climbing trees and fighting off imaginary zombies with childhood friends.

When not convincing clients that their little son or daughter (much goofier looking than they realize) talking through missing teeth does not make an effective advertisement, he spends most of his free time with his two children (full of life) and his wife, another zombie because sleepless ten-month-olds have their own unique way of turning one's brain to mush.

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Fried Green Zombies
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 94,890. Language: English. Published: July 21, 2009. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
Bovina is a sleepy little town, until two friends find themselves battling truck-driving zombies, aliens, and dirty cops after finding a beauiful, busty burqa-bedecked stranger standing on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere. Aided by a classic computer nerd and a crazy man wielding a frying pan, follow Chett and Harry as they try to save the world.

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aliens    burqa    cops    dark comedy    horror    humor    mississippi    monsters    pickup trucks    rednecks    rifle    shotgun    southern literature    trucks    zombie action    zombie book    zombie novel    zombies