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Q: What’s better than a Zombie eBook?

A: A free Zombie eBook.

Q: What’s better than a free Zombie book?

A: Two free Zombie books.

Download David Moody’s Autumn in a variety of formats. It follows the tried-and-true formula of infection, escape, seek shelter formula.

Or try David Wellington’s Monster Island posted in blog format. It’s set in Manhattan one month after New York has been overrun by zombies.

[A bloody pair of brain-eating thank-yous to PDA Fiction and Teleread for the links]

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12 Comments on Free Zombie Fiction

  1. As if you didn’t have enough to read

    Here are two electronic zombie novels, David Moody’s Autumn (UK) and David Wellington’s Monster Island (USA), a novel in blog format (link from SFSignal). Here is the publisher’s description of Autumn: In less than twenty-four hours a vicious and virul…

  2. All good stuff. Those guys are great. I also just released my book, Rise and Walk, available where ever books are sold. You can have a free 48 page preview PDF from this link.

    Check it out ans help support Zombie Fiction.

    Gregory Solis

  3. Bob Neville // August 26, 2007 at 12:59 pm //

    :^)Great! U know where I can get the free ebook of World War Z?


  4. I’ve written and published a full-length zombie novel that follows the main character through the hell of a zombie outbreak.

    It’s available in hardcover, paperback, or free PDF download.

    I’ve gotten multiple emails telling me how much readers enjoyed it.

    Here’s the URL:

    I’d love to have some feedback!

  5. Well, I haven’t gotten around to Autumn, yet, but I read the first installment of Monster Island, and well, it certainly reads like a blog. I do not know if David Wellington’s aversion to punctuation and mild, occasional spelling errors are intentional, as if it were a real blog, but they really took away from the story, for me. I might continue on with a few more installments, to see if the story is compelling enough to make it forgivable; then again, I may not. Wellington needs to find a new editor, because his premise is certainly good. I’d hate for him to lose more readers due to some minor technical issues.

  6. There is no brain eating zombies in these books. Thank GOD!

  7. All of these were wonderfully written and very entertaining. I have started something new. Check it out here:


  8. Hi guys,

    I’m working on a zombie book myself.  I’m releasing it much like David Wellington’s Moster Island. Chapter one is up now. Check it out and let me know what you think.

    Chapter two will be up soon




    Organized people are just too lazy to look for stuff

  9. I have just published my complete book “Behind a Veil of Darkness” to the internet. The first two chapters are available at The book consists of fifteen chapters.

  10. I’m writing an ongoing blog about surviving the zombie apocalypse with my small son.  Hope you’ll check it out., hope to see you there!

  11. I have created a blogspot where I am posting short stories about the subsidiary characters of “Behind a Veil of Darkness” at . All of the stories are interconnected and describe the first few days of a rage virus outbreak from different perspectives. I hope you will leave a comment if you like the writings.

  12. Cindy Morgan // November 3, 2011 at 11:03 pm //

    Guys, thanks for posting websites/links of your stories for the public to read. I am always looking for new zombie stories to read. I have gone to each website listed and plan to read each and every one. Does anyone know of any other places to search for zombie stories. If so, will you please post and let me know. Thanks. Cindy Morgan

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