Wednesday, May 27, 2020

A Thousand Miles to Nowhere Book Blitz


A Thousand Miles to Nowhere
Author: David Curfiss
Genre: Horror, Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
Publisher: Self-Published
Published: November 19th, 2019
Pages: 286
When a stranger shows up and infects almost everyone Matt Tanner knows with the zombie virus that destroyed the world fifteen years prior, he's forced to make a decision: flee with only a handful of survivors, or stay in the mountains and rebuild. But when Matt discovers the stranger was carrying a letter addressed to him from someone he thought he'd never hear from again, he's forced to reconcile demons from the past with the chance for a future with the brother he left behind. Avoiding the withered zombies that roam the wastelands and the flesh-eating humans that stalk the night, Matt struggles to find the balance necessary to keep everyone alive and his own mind sane. But when things go wrong and he watches friend after friend die, can he survive, or will the wastelands consume him, too?

David Curfiss is a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He served onboard the USS Kinkaid as a Gunners Mate before transferring to the Naval Special Warfare community as an armorer where he had the privilege to work with the elite Navy Seals and SWCC Operators. After eight years of honorable service, David transitioned to civilian life. Prior to his naval service, David had a passion for apocalyptic themed stories and adventures. He spent his youth living in fictional worlds, battling zombies, vampire nuns, hostile aliens from far-away planets, and other creatures of death. It was while he was in seventh grade that he wrote his first apocalyptic story. Little did he know then, it was the spark that has led to his novel-writing path today. Visit his website, www.davidcurfiss.com, to learn more about his work and sign up for his newsletter to receive the latest details about new books, cover reveals, and giveaways.

2 comments:

  1. Emily, your book blitzes are always the best and I truly appreciate the various genres. This one especially caught my eye because I'm a huge horror lit fan and you can never go wrong with zombies!

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    1. I always try to include various genres for my readers... even if I do not typically read that genre.

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