Hope all is well!
I had the pleasure to kidnap author J.D. Blackrose and interrogate her about her books. See Below.
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Echo: So, it needs to be asked--how many YouTube make-up tutorials did you watch before the thought came, "You know what this needs? Zombies!"?
Unfortunately, zombie detectives have been done, and all the good puns have been used, so I needed something completely new. I asked myself, “What do I know something about that would be different?” I was driving in my car and I said, “Zombie Cosmetologist,” out loud and I laughed. The more I said it, the more I giggled. I knew I had an idea.
Echo: Waylon Jenkins' penis? Does it, pardon the double meaning, have a happy ending? Can I recommend this to fellow males or should I burn the kindle and stomp on its ashes?
Echo: I know book two, Hide & Chic, is already out there, but are there more coming? How many more? Come on, just between us and the internet, ballpark a number.
And his penis fell off in the shower this morning. He needs a new one, but none of his friends are willing to donate theirs to the cause.
In case it isn't obvious by now, Waylon Jenkins is a zombie.
He's also one of the most highly respected and in-demand makeup artists in Hollywood, and that keeps him busy, no matter how dead he is. But now he needs to find out who's committing a string of murders, and make sure nobody hurts Mitzi (one name only), one of his most faithful (and famous) clients.
He also needs a new penis.
Pluck & Cover is the first in the Zombie Cosmetologist Novellas, a new series by J.D. Blackrose, author of The Soul Wars and The Devil's Been Busy.
Page Count: 133
Genre: Cozy mystery/paranormal
Publisher: Falstaff Books
Published: March 5, 2020
Next Book in the Series: Hide & Chic (available now)
Find it on Amazon: https://tinyurl.com/yakq55eg
Add it on Goodreads: https://tinyurl.com/yaoup6bm
Praise for Pluck&Cover:
"Waylon Jenkins is not your typical detective. For one thing, he’s a cosmetologist and make-up artist. For another, he’s dead. Now, this zombie with a keen wit and a warm (non-beating) heart is teaming up with a ghost and the local police captain to find out who’s killing and dismembering men in LA. “Pluck and Cover” delivers paranormal chills, plenty of twists and turns, and lots of laughs along with a one-of-a-kind protagonist readers will want to check in with again and again. "- Casey Daniels, author of “Don of the Dead” (Pepper Martin Series)
J.D. Blackrose loves all things storytelling and celebrates great writing by posting about it on her website, www.slipperywords.com. She has published multiple series through Falstaff Books, as well as numerous short stories. She spends a lot of time chatting with the imaginary people in her head and is often accused of having a hearing problem. As a survival tactic, she has mastered the art of looking interested. She credits her parents for teaching her to ask questions, and in lieu of facts, how to make up answers.