Rosie’s Review Team #RBRT The Old Man At The End Of The World by @AKSilversmith #TuesdayBookBlog

A review of Bite No.1 from Lilyn via Rosie’s Book Review Team! Thank you – and soldier on Gerald!

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Today’s team review is from Lilyn, she blogs here http://www.scifiandscary.com/

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Lilyn has been reading The Old Man At The End Of The World by AK Silversmith

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The Old Man at the End of the World was an amusing novella that captivated me from the first page. The characters are delightful, and the contrast between Ham and Gerry cracked me up more than once. Both of them sound like good fellows to have around, and Gerry’s crotchety in that delightful way that old folks can get.

There were a few times where the Britishisms almost lost me, but I was able to muddle along until it got back to stuff I was familiar with.

I think it’s a fairly safe bet to say that if Shaun of the Dead amused you, you’ll find something to love in this first Bite by AK Silversmith.  The Old man at the End of…

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The opposite of going viral…

Yesterday, my fiancé and I had a conversation about Bite No. 1: The Old Man at the End of the World. 'Who do you think should play Gerald in the movie?' he asked. 'The movie?' 'Sure,' he shrugged, 'The Old Man at the End of the World: The Movie.' 'I think you're getting a bit ahead … Continue reading The opposite of going viral…

The Old Man at the End of the World is released on Amazon

Bite No.1 of The Old Man at the End of the World is now LIVE on amazon.co.uk and amazon.com and is on its way to Barnes & Nobel, Kobo and Apple. It will appear shortly on Goodreads. Thank you to everyone for the pre-release reviews and I sincerely hope that it new readers will love meeting the … Continue reading The Old Man at the End of the World is released on Amazon

Growing old disgracefully

The Old Man at the End of the World may be full of zombies, but the protagonist is an 87-year old man who finds himself unwittingly thrown into the apocalypse on a sunny Tuesday morning. Readers have a great fondness for older central characters. Through their eyes, those of older generations may well be inspired to grow old disgracefully (something we all desire, right?) and people of younger generations can see the world in a new light.

AK Silversmith is live

For those who are looking for zombie news, articles about indie publishing or even a few thoughts about allotmenting, you've come to the right place. And for anyone who has come to this site seeking more Gerald-related zombie tales (and some other TEOTWAWKI stories), please be assured,more will follow..