The Bus Stops Here and Other Zombie Tales

We just wrapped on the production of the audiobook version of The Bus Stops Here and Other Zombie Tales.  It was submitted to quality control and should be available in the near future at Amazon.  These are terrifying stories from the apocalypse, sure to send tingles down your spine.

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The Bus Stops Here and other zombie tales

Why wait?  The Bus Stops Here and other zombie tales is now available on Amazon.

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New Zombie Anthology in May 2016

Bryan Cassiday will be releasing a new anthology of his zombie stories together for the first time under one cover, including a brand-new story that has never before been published.  The anthology will be called The Bus Stops Here and Other Zombie Tales.

All zombies all the time. The story “The Bus Stops Here” gets its world debut here. A school bus and its adult passengers are stranded in a nightmare that gets worse by the minute.  In all these stories the zombie action is nonstop and lethal. During a zombie apocalypse, everybody is caught up in a Hobbesian world where life is nasty, brutish, and short. Along with graphic zombie mayhem these tales depict the lengths that individuals will go to to survive.  But even the strong will have trouble surviving . . .

It’s not just the voracious brutality of the zombies, but the psychological toll they take on their human victims.  Even if you’re lucky enough to survive their teeth, you may lose your mind in the process.

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The Bus Stops Here and Other Zombie Tales is now available for preorder on Smashwords.

Knife-wielding Devil-worshippers

Critical Praise for Comes a Chopper, Bryan Cassiday’s new anthology of horror:

“There simply aren’t enough stories featuring robe-wearing, knife-wielding devil-worshippers these days.  Luckily for you and me, Cassiday includes them in several stories in this collection.”–The Horror Zine


Great Review for “Comes a Chopper” in The Horror Zine

“These stories feature an engaging surreal atmosphere, almost Borges-ian in tone.  Neither the protagonist nor the reader is quite sure what is going on. Each has to interpret the shifting reality for himself.”The Horror Zine

Read the entire review on The Horror Zine.