A while back, I had the pleasure of interviewing horror author Nicky Peacock and reviewing her novel Bad Blood for the blog in exchange for a review of my novella Needfire. I was happy to hear from her again a couple weeks ago, since both of us are celebrating new releases. While she's featured Crimson Sky in an author spotlight, I'm featuring her brand new novel, Bad Timing, the second in her badass series Battle of the Undead.
Bad Timing – Battle of the Undead #2 by Nicky Peacock.
“You know now that monsters are real. Whether they have recently risen to reach for your flesh, or have chosen now to step from the shadows; you are surrounded by them. You also know that I am one too, but I’m all you’ve got and time is running out…”
There’s no rest for the wicked, especially in a zombie apocalypse. Britannia has used every vampire skill at her disposal to keep those she cares for safe, but with old enemies and unseen adversaries moving against her, she will have to push herself to both her physical and ethical limits to survive. Britannia is changing, but will it be for the better?
14+ due to violence and adult situations
Please note this is the second book in a series that should be read in order.
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About the Author:
Nicky is an English author living in the UK. When she’s not writing her YA and adult urban fantasy and horror fiction, she is running a writers’ group and helping local schools with creative writing working shops to encourage the next generation of budding authors.
Some random Nicky facts:
She loves chocolate and hates fleece.
She loves dogs and hates monkeys (they look too human)
She always has one day a week where she doesn’t have her phone on or touches the internet.
Organising is her ‘thing’ and she hates being late for anything.
Her favourite colour changes depending on her mood.
She tends to write in UK spelling (you may have already noticed that!)
She can’t live without TV but could easily live without social media.
Her favourite food is a roast dinner, but she won’t eat lamb.
She’s weirded out by having to write in the third person – so I’m stopping now!
Nicky will be a guest here again next Thursday for an author interview, and on that Saturday I'll have a review for Bad Timing. I'm really looking forward to it! Thanks for being here, Nicky!