Rebecca Besser’s nonfiction children's article about skydiving, written for her writing course with the Institute of Children's Literature, was published by McGraw Hill for NY Assesments.
Rebecca Besser’s Undead Series will be published in 2015/2016. Her Undead Series includes, (the re-release of) Undead Drive-Thru, the sequel, Undead Regeneration, and the prequel, Undead Origins. Rebecca Besser is also an editor and has edited: Dark Dreams: Tales of Terror, Dead Worlds 7: Undead Stories, and Book of Cannibals 2: The Hunger from Living Dead Press; Earth's End from Wicked East Press; End of Days: An Apocalyptic Anthology (Vol. 4 & 5/co-edited) from Living Dead Press; and she co-edited Feast or Famine (a zombie anthology).
When Rebecca Besser is not busy writing and/or editing, she is formatting book covers, building/maintaining websites, and writing book reviews.
1.) When did you first get serious about writing?
A.) 2007/2008 when I signed up for my writing course at the Institute of Children’s Literature.
2.) What is the hardest part for you about writing?
A.) Time. I’m a wife and mother, and I work at home. Sometimes getting the time I need to just write is hard to find.
3.) How did you feel upon publication of your first completed project?
A.) Excited and relieved at the same time. Excited because of the publication and relieved because something I was working on is finished.
4.) What is more important to you, story, or character? Why?
A.) Plot, characters, pacing…it all matters. There has to be an appropriate blend of each to make any story work successfully. You can’t actually say one element is more important than any of the others, because if you focus too much on one rather than having a balance of them all, your story won’t be as good.
5.) What is a typical day like in your world?
A.) I get up, take out the dog, get my son up and ready for school, take him to school, come home, and work/write (taking breaks to take the dog out and eat). Then I pick my son up from school in the afternoon, make sure he does his homework, and make supper. We all (hub, son, and I) sit down and eat supper together, then we settle to watch TV between showers before bed. So…I’m livin’ the family life. ;)
For more information, visit her website: www.rebeccabesser.com
Read her blog: rebeccabesser.wordpress.com
Follow her on Twitter: @BeccaBesser
If zombies are what you crave, open the pages of this book for a wild ride! The 12 zombie short stories within (equaling over 64,000 words) will make you cringe, delight your imagination, and possibly even warm your heart . . . so the undead can feast upon it!
Be brave and see if you can survive the Zombies Inside!
Win your very own horror library.
Enter for your chance to win an electronic horror library that contains the following ebooks. Simply tweet to your friends about the Halloween Horror Author Countdown, enter as often as you want. On October 31st one lucky winner will be chosen at random to receive a library containing the following titles.
Blood Lily by Jenny Allen
The Misadventures of Bob by Jaime Johnesee
A Jar of Fingers by C.L. Hernendez
A Coin for Charon by Dallas Mullican
The Human Condition by Mark Taylor
Spook Lights by Eden Royce
In the Hands of the Unknown A.E. Hellstrom
Winchester Over by Dave Lund
The Complex by J Rudolph
The Dead Song Legend by Jay Wilburn
Zombie and Chainsaws by Mike Evans
Flight of Destiny by Francis H Powell
Through a Mirror Darkly by Kevin Lucia
Awfully Apetizing by Leod D Fritz
Darkly Wood by Max Power
Family Reunion by P. Mark DeBryan
Cannibal House I by Shaun Adams
Zombies Inside by Rebecca Besser
There is more to come and the list will be updated as books are added.
There are several ways to enter to win.
On Twitter tweet the following message:
Have you read Zombies Inside?
Don't forget to use the hashtag #2015HHAC so your entries can be tracked.
On Facebook go to my Facebook fan page, like and share the daily post about the countdown.
Or you can comment on any or all of the countdown posts by answering the following question:
What kind of horror do you like?
During the month we will track everyone's activity, assigning each action a number and at the end of the countdown a random number will be drawn. The person whose name appears next to that number will be the winner.
There may also be daily contests as a couple of authors have expressed a desire to hold smaller giveaways on the day of their post. So check back often and enter as many times as you like by tweeting about the contest, don't forget to use the hashtag #2015HHAC so your tweet will be counted.