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Please post links to your finished ZS fiction, or your favorite finished work.
(Thanks ren-man for the idea!)

edit: I'm making the call to reserve this first post for past/present active members, NOT authors who sign up at ZS just to post links to their stories... Feel free to post your links in the thread (you one-post-wonders) but I will (or may) not add them to this first post :D


I will start -Ponyboy314's 'Two For The Road'

CBTT Presents: Last Call Last Stand by, by-the-throat. John Mackey (part time telemarketer, full time drug enthusiast) is a low-level dealer with a nasty past who finds himself leading a motley band of strippers and addicts through a city gone completely to hell.


Buddy, A Dog's View of the ZPAW by Dannus Maximums.

The World of Chernyi written by TacAir
Description from the Author’s website:
The World of Chërnyi is an ebook series by author D.K. Richardson with an exciting new twist on an old theme.The Earth and moon have been struck by a mysterious object. The series describes the ensuing societal upheaval and how the series protagonists attempt to carry on despite the chaos.

John Mackey (part time telemarketer, full time drug enthusiast) is a low-level dealer with a nasty past who finds himself leading a motley band of strippers and addicts through a city gone completely to hell.

Report from Engine Co. 22 written by DannusMaximus
It’s a routine shift for the firefighters of Engine 22, until something horrible begins to unfold during a medic run in a bad part of town.

Buddy, A Dog's View of the ZPAW written by Dannus Maximus. People aren’t the only survivors of the zombie apocalypse. Join a terrier mix named Buddy as he searches for his humans in world overrun with shamblers.

1916 written by Ponyboy314

B Company of First Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Regiment has been tasked with the capture and defense of a critical village as their part of the Somme Offensive in 1916. But something even worse than the horrors of war awaits 2nd Lieutenant John Crawford and his men when they find themselves behind German lines in the small French town of De La Croix.

Tell it to The Marines written by Ponyboy314

The 9th Fleet Recon Team of the United States Marine Corps is deployed to investigate a distress call from a British colony on the planet Stygian. A mysterious Naval intelligence ‘observer’ has been assigned to the unit to help determine if this is just another attack by separatist forces or something more sinister…

Dead Men DO Tell Tales: A Duke Sledge Mystery written by Ponyboy314

When a sultry dame saunters into his office, looking for the best gumshoe in town to help find her missing husband (an internationally known scientist), Duke Sledge is on the case. As he sinks deeper into a search that will take him from the seedy back alleys of the City of Angels to the front door of the federal government, he begins to realize that nothing about this case is what it seems, and that his missing scientist’s latest government contract is something from the worst of his nightmares

Revenant (2000 word short story written by Lynn LeFey

A country doctor makes a house call to and finds a young man who died some time ago. Didn’t he?

Dead Man’s Hand written by Phil Elmore

An aging newspaper editor and the man who has sworn to kill him confront the undead and each other in the streets of a dying old western town.

Emily written by Doctor Jest

A 15 year old girl engages her twin sister in a lethal game of hide and seek.

R-37-81 A Fallout: New Vegas short story written by bluesman

John Harper confronts his past and marauding gangs during a rescue mission in the radiation ravaged Mojave wastelands. Fan fiction based on the best-selling video game series


TacAir stuff-
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Several seen on ZS, the most recent, "Slugs" and "The Cure"

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First seen as The Man Who Fell to Earth later retitled as seen now.


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Roll Call : Echoes of Secrets Past now on Amazon. Seen here simply as "Roll Call"


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Latest offerings from Jamie, on amazon-

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http://www.amazon.com/Here-Monsters-Tyl ... 461&sr=1-1

Kathy Lapeyre, reviewer wrote:
I loved Tyler. He comes across as a real person, flawed and fragile and also as brave and cunning. He knows the woods of Adirondack Park and uses that to his advantage against the bad guys.



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Mark Allen, reviewer wrote:
The adventures of Tyler Cunningham, the world's most socially-retarded (in the descriptive, not the offensive, sense of the word) detective/problem-solver, continue in this briskly-paced short story.



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Some stuff from Doc66-
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Didn't see any of Doc66's work they are some great stories
viewtopic.php?f=113&t=14938&hilit=36+hours+Cole --Beginning
viewtopic.php?f=113&t=22556&hilit=Hannah ----Hannah
viewtopic.php?f=113&t=14726&hilit=Owen ----Owen
viewtopic.php?f=113&t=20354&hilit=Cole ----Cole

He has been working on another chapter of this story but........anyways. These are great stories. There are a ton more by Ponyboy he is also a great writer.



Thanks to crypto for raptorman links & I added his site link- http://www.jlbourne.com/
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I will keep this first post updated with a list of everyones links.

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Buddy, A Dog's View of the ZPAW by Dannus Maximums

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I'll see your links and I'll RAISE you a teaser-trailer!

The World of Chernyi written by TacAir

Description from the Author’s website:

The World of Chërnyi is an ebook series by author D.K. Richardson with an exciting new twist on an old theme.The Earth and moon have been struck by a mysterious object. The series describes the ensuing societal upheaval and how the series protagonists attempt to carry on despite the chaos.

CBTT Presents: Last Call Last Stand written by by-the-throat.

John Mackey (part time telemarketer, full time drug enthusiast) is a low-level dealer with a nasty past who finds himself leading a motley band of strippers and addicts through a city gone completely to hell.

Report from Engine Co. 22 written by DannusMaximus

It’s a routine shift for the firefighters of Engine 22, until something horrible begins to unfold during a medic run in a bad part of town.

Buddy, A Dog's View of the ZPAW written by Dannus Maximus.

People aren’t the only survivors of the zombie apocalypse. Join a terrier mix named Buddy as he searches for his humans in world overrun with shamblers.

1916 written by Ponyboy314

B Company of First Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Regiment has been tasked with the capture and defense of a critical village as their part of the Somme Offensive in 1916. But something even worse than the horrors of war awaits 2nd Lieutenant John Crawford and his men when they find themselves behind German lines in the small French town of De La Croix.

Tell it to The Marines written by Ponyboy314

The 9th Fleet Recon Team of the United States Marine Corps is deployed to investigate a distress call from a British colony on the planet Stygian. A mysterious Naval intelligence ‘observer’ has been assigned to the unit to help determine if this is just another attack by separatist forces or something more sinister…

Dead Men DO Tell Tales: A Duke Sledge Mystery written by Ponyboy314

When a sultry dame saunters into his office, looking for the best gumshoe in town to help find her missing husband (an internationally known scientist), Duke Sledge is on the case. As he sinks deeper into a search that will take him from the seedy back alleys of the City of Angels to the front door of the federal government, he begins to realize that nothing about this case is what it seems, and that his missing scientist’s latest government contract is something from the worst of his nightmares

Revenant (2000 word short story written by Lynn LeFey

A country doctor makes a house call and finds a young man who died some time ago. Didn’t he?

Dead Man’s Hand written by Phil Elmore

An aging newspaper editor and the man who has sworn to kill him confront the undead and each other in the streets of a dying old western town.

Emily written by Doctor Jest

A 15 year old girl engages her twin sister in a lethal game of hide and seek.

R-37-81 A Fallout: New Vegas short story written by bluesman

John Harper confronts his past and marauding gangs during a rescue mission in the radiation ravaged Mojave wastelands. Fan fiction based on the best-selling video game series.

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Thanks Maldon007 , just trying to help myself and others enjoy the squad more


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Let's bump this for some more additions, folks! I've fallen dreadfully behind in my ZS fiction, surely there's some completed stuff out there that can go on this list?

Story title, author, link, and a brief synopsis if you please...

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Is there a list anywhere of ZS fiction on kindle?

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I thought I would share a link to my stories.

The Clock Runs down, Dark Tide Rising, Alone in the world Series, and The Hunter Series as well as several short stories at http://midnightscorner.wordpress.com/

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I thought I would share a link to my stories.

The Clock Runs down, Dark Tide Rising, Alone in the world Series, and The Hunter Series as well as several short stories at http://midnightscorner.wordpress.com/


I recommend these

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I have two books for sale so far, am almost done with a third, and am in the planning stages of another...

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They've both been getting great reviews on Amazon and GoodReads...

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This was a cool idea for a topic that you can up with. Kudos to you for doing it.

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My latest book, "Bound for Home" was just published. It's my third book, all concerned with the same protagonist, Tyler Cunningham.

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Fans of Carl Hiaasen, Lawrence Block, and John Sandford will enjoy Tyler Cunningham's latest adventure for the tight writing, clever (MacGyver-esque) approach to problem-solving, and for another chance to explore the mind of this unique protagonist, first introduced in Jamie Sheffield's novel, "Here Be Monsters".

Tyler Cunningham is a detective like no other. He can mimic humanity, but in most cases fails utterly to understand people, why they do the things they do, or act in the ways that they do. His saving grace is an insatiable hunger for knowledge that combines with an ability to make connections from a series of seemingly unrelated data-points that other people miss; this continually pulls him into other peoples' problems, where his focus and unique perceptual abilities allow him to solve puzzles that others cannot see in ways that nobody else could conceive.

"Bound for Home" provides a look back into how Tyler established himself as a consulting detective in the Adirondacks.


The book is $2.99, free to borrow if you're a PRIME member.

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Old school is finished. http://zombiehunters.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=113&t=105978

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Didn't see any of Doc66's work they are some great stories
viewtopic.php?f=113&t=14938&hilit=36+hours+Cole --Beginning
viewtopic.php?f=113&t=22556&hilit=Hannah ----Hannah
viewtopic.php?f=113&t=14726&hilit=Owen ----Owen
viewtopic.php?f=113&t=20354&hilit=Cole ----Cole

He has been working on another chapter of this story but........anyways. These are great stories. There are a ton more by Ponyboy he is also a great writer.

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LOL, no love for Raptorman anymore?

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LOL, no love for Raptorman anymore?


By all means link him.

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LOL, no love for Raptorman anymore?


Et tu, crypto?

Asking why nobody linked to his books in a post that...doesn't link to his books... :wink:

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The Z Contingency went live for the Kindle on Halloween!

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Check out my sig line for links to my completed works.

One of my stories is missing from my sig line, but give a few minutes and I'll post the link.

ETA: Here's the link to my story 'The Life and Times of Jakob Kunyevski'
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Caretakers
Dee Crocker vanished nearly 60 years ago, and only one man can sift through the decades of secrets and ciphers to uncover the truth behind a shocking Adirondack mystery that will astound everyone ... except for Tyler.

Tyler Cunningham is a detective like no other. He can mimic humanity, but in most cases fails utterly to understand people, why they do the things they do, or act in the ways that they do. His saving grace is an insatiable hunger for knowledge that combines with an ability to make connections from a series of seemingly unrelated data-points that other people miss. This pulls him into other peoples' problems, where his focus and unique perceptual abilities allow him to solve puzzles that others cannot see in ways that nobody else could conceive.

In the tradition of Carl Hiaasen, Lawrence Block, and John Sandford comes the next installment in the continuing adventures of Tyler Cunningham, first introduced to readers in "Here Be Monsters" by author Jamie Sheffield who resides in the Adirondack Park in upstate NY.

Reviewers have said that Sheffield's knowledge of, and familiarity with the Adirondack Park turns the region into a supporting character in his books and that the character of Tyler Cunningham forces readers to view life from an alternative perspective. Tyler's strange life, quirky ways of thinking, and obsession with minutiae draw the reader in, and the situations in which he finds himself make the stories hard to put down.

It's available on Amazon in print and Kindle formats ... it's free to borrow or ship if you're an Amazon Prime member.

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Okelly wrote:
I thought I would share a link to my stories.

The Clock Runs down, Dark Tide Rising, Alone in the world Series, and The Hunter Series as well as several short stories at http://midnightscorner.wordpress.com/


This series just wrapped up with http://midnightscorner.wordpress.com/a-storm-before-the-dawn-book-three/

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