This review of Confessions of a Zombie Lover was posted at vvb3 Reads with a score of 4, (I think out of five or six, but I can’t recall now. Brain fried still.) and reader Velvet commented:
I was most intrigued with the science part this tale and the concept of making zombies “smarter”.
I want to thank Velvet of vvb32 Reads, who was kind enough to read and review both books in the series. Confessions of a Zombie Lover is book 2 in the Zombie Era series, and the first book, Zombie Punter, has been reviewed favorably there, a well as on other sites 99% percent of the time. (There’s this one guy on Amazon who really, really didn’t like it.) I’m not writing the same old zombie apocalypse in this, and as the series progresses to follow Susan’s POV, readers will discover how some zombies have found ways to mature themselves without human assistance, as has been the case in the first two books. I promise to mix things up so the last two books won’t read like repeats of the first two.
Since I’m mentioning titles that could use your attention, Sandy Morrison & the Pack of Pussies is a great book to check out if you’re reading and enjoying All Maid Up, although Sandy’s book is a li’l bit more tame on the romantic elements. Sandy Morrison is another trans main character, but where Ginger Berkley lives in a magic-free world, Sandy is a witch who learns her best friend’s family are all werecats, and that werecats and witches are at war. There’s still cheerleaders and jocks in Sandy’s world, but there’s also weredogs, warlocks, vampires, and fairy godmothers. This updated file also has a lovely cover by Karen Koehler. So if you’ve been enjoying Ginger’s story, maybe you’ll take a look at Sandy’s story too?