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New Release!

Kaiju_Winter_ebook_coverThat’s right, folks! Kaiju Winter is here!

What is Kaiju Winter? It’s the first novel in my The End Of The World As We Know It (TEOTWAWKI) giant monster series! That’s right, GIANT MONSTERS! Oh, and a super volcano ready to rip North America apart. And psycho militias! And crazy stalkers! Convicted murderers! US Marshals! Navy SEALs! Scientists! Delta Force! AND GIANT MONSTERS!

Here, read the description:

The Yellowstone super volcano has begun to erupt, sending North America into chaos and the rest of the world into panic. People are dangerous and desperate to escape the oncoming mega-eruption, knowing it will plunge the continent, and the world, into a perpetual ashen winter. But no matter how ready humanity is, nothing can prepare them for what comes out of the ash: Kaiju!

Now, you can’t tell me that description doesn’t make you tingly and warm in your tingly and warm places. Cause if you told me that you’d be lyin’! LYIN’!

Here, just to show the level of awesome this book has, I’ll insert another pic of the cover. But this time it will be GIANT! JUST LIKE THE MONSTERS!



Friday Night Drabble Party!

Another Friday is upon us and I bring you a mighty, mighty Drabble!

To the Drabble Party machine!

No extra words tonight except that if you are one of those people that love thriller/adventure word crack then you should check out Mega! It’s one sweet thrill ride of a novel! And leave a review if you have read it! It makes a HUGE difference!



Build It


Jake Bible


“Build it and they will come” is a phrase that’s bounced around popular culture since that one movie back whenever.


So, being a curious bastard, I decided to try it out.


I wanted to build something spectacular, something that would create awe in my friends/family/neighbors. It needed to be impressive even if after the building was done they didn’t come.


I spent years in the barn perfecting the machine. My  two-story, battle mech.


They were all impressed.


Oh, and did they come, you ask? Yes, yes they did.


So if you’ll excuse me, I have some kaiju to deal with.



(And don’t forget about Mega!)

Disclaimer: Please check with your local zoning ordinances before building mechs in your backyard.

Friday Night Drabble Party!

So, sometimes shit doesn’t go your way. That’s life, right?

Yep. That’s why there’s the Friday Night Drabble Party! It’s not just about bringing top quality micro-fiction your way, but also about me getting to vent and exorcise the demons that nearly drive me mad.

In that spirit I bring you tonight’s drabble.





Jake Bible


Punch, punch.

Punch, punch, punch, punch.


Pant, pant, sweat, pant. Punch.


“Ow! Fuck!”

“You about done?”

“Not even close. Just getting started.”

“Fine. I’m going to go get beer and smokes. Want anything?”

“Ice. Plenty of ice. And whiskey. More whiskey than ice, but lots of ice.”

“So whiskey, whiskey, whiskey, and ice?”

“Something like that.”

“Want a burrito? I think I’ll get a burrito.”

“Nope. Just whiskey and ice.”

“I’m guessing the ice is for your hand?”

“And for the whiskey.”

“Be right back.”





Disclaimer: Watch the thumb.

Z-Burbia 2: Parkway To Hell is here!

Hey, kids! Look at all the beautiful leaves. And that view, wow! Just wow! It sure is spectacular up here on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Don’t you think, kids? Kids? Kids…what are you doing to Mommy? And what’s all that red…stuff… OH DEAR GOD!

Yes, folks, Z-Burbia 2: Parkway To Hell is live and ready for your eyeholes to read its undead goodness! UNDEAD GOODNESS!


Z-Burbia has been in the Amazon charts for a month now, which is pretty, pretty, pretty cool. Hopefully fans that picked that one up will pick up Z-Burbia 2! It continues the story of Jason “Jace” Stanford and his struggle to keep that suburban dream even in the face of the zombie apocalypse. It also expands the scope of the setting and brings way more of Asheville and Western North Carolina into the story.

But don’t take my word for it, here’s the official description:

“The Grove Park Inn.
From the early 1900s right up to Z-Day, the Grove Park Inn was the place for the affluent to stay when vacationing in Asheville, NC. Everyone from F. Scott Fitzgerald to President Barak Obama stayed at the Grove Park. Artists, actors, diplomats, masters of industry, all called it a temporary home at one point or another. But that was before the zombie apocalypse.
Now the five story stone, brick, and wood luxury inn is home to a different element. An unknown element. A heavily armed element.
With Whispering Pines being rebuilt, Jace “Long Pork” Stanford has nothing better to do than find out who the newcomers are. Well, while he’s not busy dealing with the ever present Z hordes. Or running for his life from paramilitary mercenaries. Or possibly blowing up more of the zombie infested city because he can’t help pressing buttons. Buttons are meant to be pressed, even in the apocalypse, right?
Looks like it’s just another day in Z-Burbia!”

Sounds great, right? RIGHT? Right…that’s what I thought. ;) Winky face!

So get yourself over to Amazon and snag a copy of Z-Burbia 2: Parkway To Hell! You’ll want to get this one so you are ready for Z-Burbia 3: Estate of the Dead when it comes out! OH, YEAH!!!


Friday Night Drabble Party!

The last Friday before Halloween!

I have been saying all month that each Friday I’d release a Halloween themed Drabble. They haven’t all been directly about Halloween, but certainly in the spirit.

Tonight’s Drabble is old school. I went for the classic theme. I think you’ll dig it.

Oh, and before you have a read, maybe pop over and pick up my latest novel, Z-Burbia! You’ll totally dig that!



Had to Get Home


Jake Bible

There was nothing he could do, he had to get home.

His father was going to beat him silly if he missed curfew, but everyone at the bonfire was drunk. Like throwing up, passing out, drunk.

So he walked. He grabbed his backpack from Tony’s truck, said a few slurred goodbyes, and started hiking. It was eight miles, in cold, forty degree weather, with barely a moon behind the clouds. But better than being beaten to death by his dad.

When he got home, they were all crying. Why?

There was nothing he could do, he had to get home.



And don’t forget about Z-Burbia! It’s rocking up the charts and let’s keep it that way! Word!

Disclaimer: It’s not like if you don’t buy Z-Burbia I’ll come find you. No, not at all. It’s also not like I’m STANDING RIGHT BEHIND YOU!


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