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About Max Lockwood
Max Lockwood writes suspenseful, post-apocalyptic thriller and dystopian fiction while living in New York.
Growing up with parents who were preppers and always planning for the worst, but hoping for the best, got him interested in writing in the first place. “What would happen if the world were to change?” is something he asked himself his whole life. Until one day he decided to put it down on paper.
His stories will have you reading on the edge of your seats…you have been warned!
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Twenty-four hours to be saved.
When they get into a car accident on the way to Oklahoma, Alec and Elaina's group must travel by foot.
They find shelter in a farmhouse that lacks running water and electricity, but it's stocked with limited medical supplies.
Alec and Elaina leave the group to find a hospital, fighting off the infected along the way. They get ahold of Elaina's mentor over the phone who can help them evacuate, but they only have twenty-four hours to get everyone to the hospital.
But back at the farmhouse, there was a fire. Foul play is suspected by someone they trusted.
A new army gathers the survivors, but are their plans for good or evil? Will the rest of the group be able to escape? Will Elaina and Alec be able to get everyone to the hospital in time to save them?
Murder and monsters...
Demons and forces of evil...
Ghosts and urban legends...
Dive into the darkness with twenty tales of terror that will keep you awake long after the lights go out.
A horror anthology featuring several best-selling and award-winning authors from around the globe, "Descent into Darkness" contains a variety of terrifying short stories and novellas.
Baba by Tony Urban
Blood Note by Sylvester Barzey
Nail Gun Glissando by Steve Vernon
The Evil in Devil’s Creek by Paul B. Kohler
What’s Been Keeping Me Awake by Amanda Luzzader
Mark of Perdition by R. L. Blalock
The Sun Makes Me Turn Purple by Gretta Penelope
Send in the Clowns by David J. Schmidt
The Nine Lives of Captain Osborne by E.E. Isherwood
If They Want to Die, Let ‘em by L J Parker
Simon Says by Rachel McClellan
The Door by Delia Rai
Thirteen Horses by C.A. Verstraete
Zombie Apocalypse by Max Lockwood
Fetch by Joe Jackson
Knock, Knock by Cindy Carroll
His Model Son by Brian J.W. Lee
Ascension by G M Sherwin
Through a Dark Wood by Shayne Rutherford
Lock and Key by Patrick Logan
As winter approaches, man must fight nature and the virus…
Uncertainty looms as the weather cools. The infected are beginning to starve and die off, but Elaina and her friends fear that will be their own fate. Their little community at the farm has lasted several months, yet it can’t sustain them forever.
Their search for supplies leads them to a group that may have discovered an important factor for immunity to the virus, but before Elaina can explore further, her world is bathed in blood and disorder again as a new threat emerges from one direction and the army closes in from another.
Forced to flee from the temporary safety they’ve found, Elaina and her friends must face the fact that not all of them will survive the virus.
While one woman rushes to find a cure, the country descends into madness…
The virus has spread like wildfire, infecting thousands, and creating chaos.
Elaina works furiously to find a cure while her old associate delves further into madness, creating an even more powerful virus and infecting a new military. She has no choice but to push forward until she finds the answer, even if it means foregoing her morals and testing on uninfected subjects.
Meanwhile, after struggling to escape quarantine zones, Alec, along with Elaina’s remaining friends, trek across the country in hopes of locating a cure and somewhere safe to settle. But the cure they find is more sinister than the virus they flee.
Friends become enemies. Enemies become allies. Nothing is what is seems in the pandemonium the virus has unleashed.
With a cure at her fingertips and her friends battling for their lives, surviving this plague will come down to chance.
One little hiccup with human experimentation will lead to our demise…
A deadly virus has been unleashed. A virus so vicious that it reduces the infected to a terrifying version of themselves that could lead to the end of our race as we know it.
Elaina has been identified as the point of transmission and the reason for the chaos and havoc. She created the virus and let it out. Now, more than just the infected would like to see her head served up on a platter.
When havoc unfolds in the city, law enforcement officer Alec is involved in an accidental shooting. Put on paid leave, he bitterly lays low during the madness until he’s called back to help control the alarming spread of the virus, while hoping to put an end to the person responsible for the virus and his near-shattered career.
Elaina is trying to stay under the radar too, but she can’t hide forever. She has to help stop this and come up with a cure before it’s too late.
When Alec and Elaina cross paths, they’ll have to decide what’s more important… revenge, redemption, or survival.
The rules of the road are much different when there are zombies blocking your path.
Matthew, Carl, and Sergio brave the toughest obstacles on the road in this new world. Nothing could have prepared them for what they would encounter.
After coming across a well-defended base, they desperately try to make allies. But some of the members of the group have other ideas.
The zombies are everywhere. It’s more dangerous than ever to survive.
The new members of their group want to help them survive. But when tensions rise and one of the members gets lost to the zombies, will they be able to stand by their ethics?
Zombie Annihilation is book 2 of the Last Man Standing series.
Nowhere to run.
When the military safe-zone is overrun, the group must escape, carrying with them their own internal tensions.
Alec blames Elaina for the release of the virus.
Natalia hates her father for leaving her.
Will is tormented by memories of his family killing each other.
And worst of all, Elaina is infected with the virus.
When the group splinters, two will find refuge in an abandoned town hosted by a rogue group of soldiers, it seems. Is it possible they’ve found a safe space, or is there evil lurking there, about to unfold?
Before they discover the answer, they will lose one of their own. But the question is, will any of them survive?
When the world changes, sacrifice is sometimes the only option.
While Genevieve and Ellie work to find a cure for the virus, a simple supply run turns into a horrifying experience and one of the team members is lost. But in sacrifice, there is hope; while their work has been slowed by the tragedy, they’ve learned something new about the zombie hordes.
Matthew’s own contribution to the survival of his friends is about to be tested as he gathers information that could help Genevieve and Ellie get their research back on track. The clock is ticking, and Matthew can’t be sure if they’ll find the cure in time, or what will be left of them if they can’t find a cure.
Zombie Decimation is book 3 of the Last Man Standing series.
Backed in a corner with nowhere to go…
Clara and the rest of the group are forced to live life on the road and figure out what to do next.
After a few selfish people from the group leave with the supplies, they face starvation and must find somewhere to live.
After finding a farm run by a family, they ask for their help. But when people from another town stumble upon them, they will have to risk everything to stay alive.
When someone attacks your home and family, you can only do one thing…
Clara helped her family through the dark times, but the dark times haven’t fully passed.
Society has only gotten worse. Clara’s home and town are under attack. The invaders came in to try to take anything and everything they can, without regard to any human life but their own.
The power is still down. No one knows when or if it will ever go back up.
She knows she needs to protect herself and her loved ones with weapons. But where would she be able to get them? Who would want to help them? Will she be able to do what she needs to get through or will she be forced to relocate elsewhere?
Darwin’s “survival of the fittest” still holds true for the human race today…
Clara witnessed the EMP strike and fought to get here now. In a society that has gone haywire. All the power is still down.
Now the name of the game is trying to survive through it all. With the start of food piles starting to get depleted and being confronted by people who will do anything to live another day, Clara must go to depths that she never imagined she ever would before. She knows she needs to be strong to protect her family.
Will she be able to get through this new situation? Or will the growing amount of selfishness by others break her down?
The EMP strike was just the beginning of it all…
Clara Thomas was a 9th grade English teacher, living a simple life at home with her sister and grandmother. She always had plans to settle down some day and become a writer. Sometimes, plans are just dreams left unfulfilled.
They thought that the widespread outage was just within their vicinity. They were wrong.
Without any electricity and power, Clara needs to help her family survive. The people in society have become restless, and will do anything for food. With the fall of power, law and order have become nonexistent, letting people get away with crimes.
Will Clara be able to be strong for her family and those around her to get them through this crisis? Will she be able to get herself through it?