Kirk Allmond started writing the first bestselling What Zombies Fear novel in 2010 as an online story as part of his website The Zombie Preparedness Initiative. When the idea to write a novel struck him, he took his own “Zombie Apocalypse” plan and turned it into a story. That story has now spawned six novels and two short stories, and is showing no sign of letting up.
In addition to books set in the What Zombies Fear ‘universe’, Kirk is also working on two other (non) zombie novels, and several short stories.
The Zombie Preparedness Initiative is a global project aimed at readying the world for the inevitable zombie apocalypse, or whatever disaster may occur. He is commonly quoted as saying, “If you’re ready for zombies, you’re ready for anything.” The site focuses on modern preparedness, survival techniques, and also features reviews of survival gear and weapons of zombie destruction. As a world renown expert on zombies and post-apocalyptic survival, Kirk Allmond has been featured on television and major market radio programs and he has spoken at numerous conventions on the topic. Allmond has consulted on major network television programs and two zombie themed motion pictures.
When he’s not writing or talking about zombies, the Michigan born writer holds firmly to the southern roots of his family. He grew up in Chicago IL, and Roswell, GA. Kirk has an amazing little boy who was born in 2007, who is the basis for the character Max in his novels. His time growing up in the south with his grandparents taught him the value and skills to live off the land. He is an avid outdoorsman, loves hunting, fishing and backpacking. When he’s not honing his survival skills, Allmond is often found sitting at a role-playing game table, either as the GM of his own Zombie Apocalypse role playing game or as a participant in games run by one of the members of Grown as Gamers, the premier podcast for all things geek and pop culture.
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I am through all the books now and I like the premise and I am a fan of action books so I like them also. The only thing I am having trouble with is the consistency of power usage. I won’t give away spoilers, but we know Vic can see the short run probabilities of events that effect him. Also, we know Vic is very anal based upon how he organizes defenses. So how can he ever get taken by surprise when he goes into a new situation especial a new situation where he may be captured? Wouldn’t he just run a prediction simulation?
Anyway I am just being nitpicky, keep up the good work and I am looking forward to the Vaughn book as I am a sci-fi fan.
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foreknowledge isn’t just something he has all the time.
Remember, in the fight at the school in the first book, he has to play out the scenario repeatedly to get to a working outcome.
That’s not something he could just do every minute of his life. It takes time to go through the scenarios.
OK Thanks, I’ve already got Evolution, I that this was a follow up 🙂
I’ve just been trolling through old e-mails and came across a couple from Victor.dated 2013. whatever happened to WZF Legion and Don’t f*ck with Vaughn?
The Evolution of Vaughn (Working title Don’t F*ck with Vaughn) is published, http://www.amazon.com/Evolution-Vaughn-Kirk-Allmond-ebook/dp/B00H377GRI
WZF LEGION is finished, and will be published as soon as the time limit runs out on my Permuted Press contract. Which is pretty much why I haven’t published anything since the beginning of the year. Waiting on their “right of first refusal” clause to be up.