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Radio Interview!

Today I did my first radio interview at Bewitching Book Tours. Let me know what you think.



Bewitching Book Tours

aftermath851x315I have a book virtual book tour hosted by Bewitching Book Tours. Check it out, enjoy and let me know what you think.

Joe Reyes

June 13 Top Ten Guest Blog

Fang-tastic Books


Top Ten Post-Apocalyptic movies, books and tv shows

June 14 Spotlight

The Recipe Fairy


June 15 Interview

Roxanne’s Realm


June 16 Guest Blog

Hart’s Romance Pulse


Topic: write about how our fear of the end of the world helps create a deeply emotional post-apocalyptic story?

June 17 Spotlight

CBY Book Club


June 20 Interview

Deal Sharing Aunt


June 21 Spotlight

3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, and Sissy, Too!


June 22 Interview

The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom


June 23 Interview

Literary Dust


June 24 Spotlight

T’s Stuff


June 27 Spotlight

Lisa’s World of Books


June 28 Review

Aussie Bookworms


June 30 Spotlight



July 1 Spotlight

Zenny’s Awesome Book Reviews


July 4 Spotlight

Booklover Sue


July 5 Spotlight

Mello and June, It’s a Book Thang!


July 6 Spotlight

Ramblings of a book nerd


July 7 Spotlight



July 8 Recipe and Review

Cabin Goddess


July 8 Spotlight

Ogitchida Kwe’s Book Blog


July 11 Guest blog and review

Books and Kats


July 11 Guest blog and review

The Novel Girls


Eating People

Have you ever looked at a guy in a non-sexual way and said, “I really want a piece of him in my mouth?” In the world of Aftermath, that’s not strange statement. Most of us aren’t seasoned forest rangers who can go into the woods with a butter knife and build a shopping mall. To survive you must rely on what you know. Meat = Food plain and simple.

Most people are going to have to live off the land to survive. That can actually be a death sentence in itself. There was a jingle to remember what berries in the woods were poisonous. “Green and sweet and good to eat” or was it “Red and sweet and good to eat” either way you can’t leave your survival up to a coin toss.

You use the same principles in cooking a steak that you would use when cooking a person. Overcooked is better than undercooked to guarantee you won’t get sick from raw meat. The creative part is how to do the actual cooking. Rotisserie style, skillet, barbeque grates, the goal is to have the cooking apparatus has to be raised up over the fire and not sitting directly on it. This is so you’re able to add more wood to keep the fire going.

It’s kill or be killed out there. You have to focus on your survival no matter what the cost. Eating a person doesn’t make you evil, it just makes you more in tune with how the world is run now. You must always remember that you must do whatever you have to if it ensures your survival, even eat someone.

Joe Reyes