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Hi all:

Today is Friday and it’s my day to share new books and authors. In this case, new books but two authors I’ve been following in different groups and reading their blogs, but recently realised I’d never had them as guests in my blog. So I decided to share their most recent work as a way of introduction.

Steven Ramirez is a member of one of the groups of authors I frequent (ASMSG), always supportive of others and hard working on his books. Recently I came across one of his posts, where he shared his new book Even the Dead Will Bleed (Book Three in his Tell Me When I’m Dead Series). I love horror stories and I love the title. But I thought I couldn’t share only the third book in the series, so, here are the three books:

Tell Me When I'm Dead by Steven Ramirez

Tell Me When I’m Dead by Steven Ramirez

Tell Me When I’m Dead. Book 1 in the Tell Me When I’m Dead Series

Thanks to his wife, Holly, recovering alcoholic Dave Pulaski is getting his life back. Then a contagion decimates the town, turning its victims into shrieking flesh-eaters. Now Dave and Holly must find a way to survive. But Dave is this close to drinking again. A woman he cheated with—and no longer human—is after him. The hordes of undead are growing and security forces are outnumbered. Hell has arrived in Tres Marias.

Tell Me When I’m Dead (Book One of THE DEAD SERIES) is about an antihero haunted by all the mistakes of his life. Facing a terrifying future, Dave must decide whether to die drunk or fight for those he cares about most. And strength alone won’t be enough—he’ll need Faith. If you like your thrillers dark and fast-paced, then follow Dave and Holly as they fight against looters, paramilitary crazies and the undead. “A hard-hitting splattergore zombie thriller, told by the ultimate antihero” (Travis Luedke).

Dead is All you Get by Steven Ramirez

Dead is All you Get by Steven Ramirez

Dead Is All You Get. Book 2 in the Tell Me When I’m Dead Series

After months of fighting the undead ravaging the town of Tres Marias, Dave Pulaski and his wife, Holly, catch a break when Black Dragon Security suddenly shows up to rescue them. But things are about to get worse. The virus is mutating. Now, driven to discover the truth behind the contagion while struggling to protect Holly and those closest to him, Dave is pushed beyond the limits of faith and reason.

Dead Is All You Get (Book Two of TELL ME WHEN I’M DEAD) combines the best elements of horror, dark fantasy and sci-fi, taking the reader on a relentless, tortured journey of survival that tests the strength of one man’s character and delves into the role Faith plays when he is confronted by the worst kind of evil—the evil in humans. If you like your thrillers dark and fast-paced, then read this mind-blowing sequel. And leave the lights on. “A shoot first then shoot again horror thriller of the highest order” (Simon Oneill).


Even the Dead Will Bleed by Steven Ramirez

Even the Dead Will Bleed by Steven Ramirez

And finally, the new book, Even the Dead Will Bleed. Book 3 in the Tell Me When I’m Dead Series.

Dave Pulaski is headed to Los Angeles to kill Walt Freeman, the person responsible for devastating Tres Marias. But everything changes when he rescues Sasha, a Russian girl who escaped the facility where Walt was holding her. Pursued by a relentless ex-military sociopath working for Walt and by scientifically engineered humans who flay their victims alive, chances are that Dave will die before he can save Sasha.

Even The Dead Will Bleed (Book Three of TELL ME WHEN I’M DEAD) is a dark fantasy, sci-fi thriller—a nonstop horror train—that will deliver Dave to the brink of Hell. Revenge is a powerful drug that can drive a man to do unspeakable things. But as he will learn, Faith can give him the courage to face death without fear. If you like your thrillers dark and fast-paced, then don’t miss the heart-pounding conclusion to this trilogy. “Faith and bravery band together to fight a horrific world turned upside down and inside out” (S.R. Mallery)

And a bit on Steven:

Author Steven Ramirez

Author Steven Ramirez

Steven Ramirez is the author of the horror thriller series TELL ME WHEN I’M DEAD. He has also published a number of short stories, as well as a children’s book, and he wrote the screenplay for the horror thriller film ‘Killers.’ To hear about new releases, visit

Steven lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughters.

You can connect with Steven on Twitter at

Facebook at

and Goodreads at

More information at

And don’t forget to follow him in Amazon:

1. While in high school, my band recorded a song I wrote. Sadly, it never sold.

2. As a college student, I was stranded in London one night. A religious cult took me in and tried to convert me. It didn’t take.

3. At one point in our marriage, my wife and I owned a Thoroughbred. They sure eat a lot.

4. I wrote and directed a short film starring Rose Hobart, a truly amazing woman who began her film career at Fox in 1930.

5. Many years ago in Pasadena CA, I ran into the renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, who was presumably on his way back to Cal Tech. I wish I had been better prepared.

And now, another author who is very generous with his time, shares wonderful stories in his blog, and whose writing covers a big variety of genres, so you’re sure to find something you like, James Osborne.

Author James Osborne

Author James Osborne

First a bit about him:

James Osborne is a novelist and award-winning writer of more than 100 short stories. His novel, ‘The Ultimate Threat’, was a #1 bestseller on for weeks following its release in June 2015 by Endeavour Press Ltd. of London, UK.

His second novel, ‘The Maidstone Conspiracy’, a murder mystery, is due for release on Nov. 6 by Solstice Publishing Inc of Farmington, MO. A short story collection, ‘Encounters With Life–Tales of Living, Loving and Laughter’ was released in September, 2015 by Solstice Publishing. Short stories by Osborne have also appeared in numerous anthologies. Samples can be found at His books are available on, Barnes & Noble, Chapters/Indigo (Canada) and Books-A-Million.

Osborne is a former investigative journalist, teacher, corporate executive, business owner and army officer. He has guest lectured on journalism, writing and strategic planning at conferences and post-secondary institutions, and has served on a university senate and on corporate boards of directors.

Here is Amazon page. Don’t forget to follow!

I must share more of his work with you, but for today, I bring you his latest novel, out just on the 6th of November, that caught my attention and I’m sure you’ll be keen on it too,

The Maidstone Conspiracy by James Osborne

The Maidstone Conspiracy by James Osborne

The Maidstone Conspiracy

The Maidstone Conspiracy

Paul and Anne Winston are caught up in a storybook romance… until they face death at the hands of an unknown assassin … and a battle to preserve the massive business empire they’ve created.

The Maidstone Conspiracy is a gripping murder mystery artfully blended with a tantalizing love story. Woven into the twists and turns of this action-packed adventure are unexpected betrayals and enticing international intrigue… leading to a surprise ending.


“For anyone who enjoys a page-turning plot filled with shocking betrayal and criminal intrigue… The Maidstone Conspiracy was created just for you.”

— Tim Young
Best Selling Author

If you check his blog post here ( you can read the beginning of the novel and know why I thought I should share it with you. And I’d recommend you follow his blog too. His is a much more relaxed pace of life and he shares wonderful moments and memories.

Thanks to both, Steven and James for bringing us their newest novels, thanks to you all for reading, and remember to like, share, comment, and CLICK!


Hola a todos.

Es viernes y tocan novedades literaria. Lo cierto es que hay tantas que se me pasan muchas, pero de vez en cuando hay libros que me llaman la atención y tomo nota para compartirlos luego. A veces ese luego tarda tanto en llegar que ya no son novedades, pero aprovechando hoy que me fijé en dos libros publicados por autores que han visitado el blog antes (y que por su obra, estoy segura de que seguirán viniendo), aquí os los traigo. Para que no digáis que no hay variedad y que no tenéis nada que leer.

Primero, una de zombies.

Estallido Z de Jonás Cobos

Estallido Z de Jonás Cobos

ESTALLIDO Z. Mundo Zombie N.1 de Jonás Cobos


Ricardo Rey, una vez fue el autor de novelas de terror más aclamado, ahora es el último ser humano vivo. Con su bicicleta recorre las calles de Manhattan en busca de otros supervivientes de la Plaga Zy de las Guerras Vampíricas que la precedieron. A diario escribe en un blog con la esperanza de que alguien más llegue a leerlo. Inesperadamente descubre que su blog ha recibido una visita desde un hotel cerca de Central Park. Tan sólo hay un obstáculo: la manada de zombies que caza en esa zona.



La podéis encontrar aquí:

Y no os olvidéis de visitar la página del escritor y seguirle, para no perderos nada.

Y, si os pasa como a mí, que tenéis poco tiempo y a veces os gusta leer algo corto (ahora mismo me estoy leyendo una novela larguísima), aquí os dejo una colección de historias cortas:

El final de algo de Manuel Navarro Seva

El final de algo de Manuel Navarro Seva

El final de algo de Manuel Navarro Serra

Diez cuentos en torno al amor, el sexo, la amistad, la muerte, la soledad…, facetas de nuestra vida en la que siempre hay algo que empieza y algo que termina.
Relatos en los que el lector encontrará acciones, conductas y sentimientos de los personajes con los que podrá identificarse o distanciarse.

Un anciano dentista que recuerda a un amigo de la infancia, un hombre que busca el amor y cree haberlo encontrado en una mujer a la que observa a diario, un matrimonio que pierde a un hijo de diecinueve años, una mujer casada que mantiene una relación extramatrimonial, un individuo que se gira a mirar a cualquier mujer que se cruza en su camino, un joven que se enamora por primera vez, una pareja que ha dejado de amarse, un conductor de autobús que gana una fortuna en el casino son algunos de los personajes de estos diez relatos.

Y el enlace a la página de autor de Manuel Navarro Seva. Hay obras de los más variadas, así que no os la perdáis.

Muchas gracias a Jonás Cobos y a Manuel Navarro Seva por traernos sus novedades, gracias a vosotros por leer, y si os ha interesado, dadle al me gusta, comentad, compartid y haced CLIC!


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