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Raus Untoten in the top 100!


How amazing is this? Raus! Untoten! Has been out for less than twelves hours and as you can see, is already in the top 100 for fiction anthologies! It’s also 12,432 in best sellers! So, if you haven’t bought it already, go get it! http://www.amazon.co.uk/Raus-Untoten-1-Graham-McNeill/dp/1909573108/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1383265090&sr=1-1&keywords=raus+untoten Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,432 in Books (See Top 100 in … Continue reading

Raus! Untoten! GET IT NOW, NOW, NOW!


The news that many of you have been waiting for is finally here! Raus Untoten: 1 is now available from Amazon in soft back, with Kindle also going up shortly! For those that don’t know what Raus! Untoten! is all about, here’s the blurb. Raus! Untoten! is a truly unique collection of stories. The Nazi … Continue reading

Raus! Untoten! – Nazis and Undead coming to a book store near you! Read more for details on official release date!


Raus! Untoten! is, a truly unique collection of stories. The Nazi Zombie trope, genre even, has become firmly entrenched in the public’s mind. Films and books have saturated the market to the extent that Nazis are synonymous with Zombies. Vampires have also come to the fore in recent years and have, to the stunned horror … Continue reading

Raus! Untoten! – An update


Anyone who knows me and either a) actually listens to me b) reads my social media updates, will know that I’m currently editing a four volume series of anthologies called Raus! Untoten!  The process itself has been a hugely enjoyable learning curve. I got to see things from an editor’s point of view. In fact, … Continue reading

Christine Morgan – Raus! Untoten! Author Interview


Social media is a valuable tool if you’re an author and you use it correctly. Incorrectly used, Facebook, Twitter and any number of other sites can suck your creative time into a black hole from which there is no return. Correctly used, it can help you reach out to your readers and find projects, such … Continue reading

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