“GNASH” by Brian Parker, free on Kindle for today only!

971060_443845789038143_238836149_nWhat a perfect way to celebrate Independence Day by promoting a book by one of our own American soldiers. Brian Parker of the great state of Texas is currently an active duty soldier in the United States Army. During his down time he was able to write a book called GNASH, a gnarly zombie story about an outbreak right in our nation’s capital.

GNASH is available as a download right to your Kindle, and in celebration of Independence Day/The Fourth of July, Parker has made the book absolutely free for today and today only. Come tomorrow GNASH will still be available through Amazon Kindle, but you’ll have to pay $2.99 for a great read. So, if the sky is looking a little cloudy where you are, or your friends bailed on you, go grab GNASH for free and spend your holiday nose deep in a zombie tale by one of America’s finest!

“An ancient fundamentalist organization has chosen to lash out against its enemies by conducting several attacks simultaneously across the globe. One of the assaults unleashes a deadly virus within the Pentagon. When the virus mutates beyond anything the terrorists expected, the nation’s capital is plunged into a violent zombie outbreak that threatens to infect everyone in the region. A desperate attempt to stop the potential global epidemic backfires as the infected survive a brutal pre-emptive strike and continue to wreak havoc on the human population when they reemerge from the bowels of the ruined city.”

Interview with Brian in Zombie Apocalypse Monthly:

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Written by Michael Therkelsen

(Senior Editor)