Jillian Cornell Michel

I’m a zombie addict, and I spend most of my free time writing about zombies, reading about zombies, and watching movies about zombies. I work in an IP Law Firm as a Docket Trainer during the day, and I write about zombies at night.

  • Jordan’s Brains is FREE on Kindle

    Jordan’s Brains: A Zombie Evolution is FREE on Kindle August 17th – 18th, 2013. Check Jordan’s Brains on Amazon. This novel tells the tale of a psychotic yet friendly zombie expert whose gender is never revealed. Having prepared for the zombie apocalypse since childhood, Jordan is thrilled when hordes of the infected undead finally invade. With […]

  • The Change: The Longest Road-Book 2

    Very rarely is a second book in a series superior to the first, but A.S. Thompson’s The Change is among those few books that surpass the first story in the series. I absolutely loved the first book, The Longest Road, and I was a little hesitant about picking up the second book because I didn’t […]

  • Zombie Coffee

    I was meandering around D.C. during my lunch break several days ago, and I stopped in my tracks when I saw a beautiful sight, a hybrid of my two favorite things in the world: zombies and coffee. A sign that said, “Zombie Coffee” was hanging directly above me, and I had to blink a few times to make […]

  • Fandomfest Weekend

    Fandomfest was a zombie filled weekend, complete with celebrity sightings, over-the-top costumes, and the best zombie T-shirts I’ve ever seen. The convention was in Louisville, Kentucky, and I wasn’t really sure what to expect, because I’ve never been to Kentucky on purpose before. But everyone in Kentucky was extremely nice, the fried chicken was amazing, […]

  • The Ravening: a novel by Stewart Sternberg

    If you’re a fan of classic zombie novels, then I highly recommend that you add The Ravening to your summer reading list. This is a typical tale of a family separated by unfortunate circumstances during the zombie apocalypse, but the side effects of the zombie virus are what set this book apart from the rest. Once people are […]

  • Women of The Walking Dead

    I love that the women on The Walking Dead aren’t the typical mindless objects that are commonly found in horror stories. Too often, women in the horror genre are just used as decorations instead of deep, vital characters. It’s refreshing to see such strong women on the show. Here are just a few reasons to admire the women […]

  • The Road to Hell is Paved with Zombies

    The Road to Hell is Paved with Zombies by Cedric Nye is one of the most unique stories I have ever read (in any genre). I usually stick to zombie books, and even though this one took place during the zombie apocalypse, there were many other non-zombie related issues that were covered. The main character, Jango, was […]

  • Philadelphia Wizard World Comic Con

    I decided to take a spontaneous road trip up to Philadelphia to attend the Wizard World Comic Con on Sunday. I was thrilled to be given a free Volume 1 comic of The Walking Dead. One of the volunteers warned me that people would try to buy the limited edition comic from me for $10 or […]