Zombie Author A.P. Fuchs

Zombie Author A.P. Fuchs


A.P. Fuchs is the author of the Undead World Trilogy: 
Blood of the Dead
 Possession of the Dead
 Redemption of the Dead
A.P. Fuchs has also written
Zombie Fight Night: Battles of the Dead
Zomtropolis- An Online Serial

Fuchs has edited several anthologies, including Dead Science and  Metahumans vs the Undead  
 

About A.P Fuchs

A.P. Fuchs works full time as a publisher and author. He's the sole proprietor of Coscom Entertainment.  As he describes it, he "spends most of his time writing about zombies and publishing books about them."  A.P. Fuchs is active on Twitter daily, and keeps a frequently updated blog to maintain contact with his readers.

 A.P. and his wife Roxanne work on a number of projects while balancing the needs of their children and family.  Roxanne is a cartoonist who handles the design and artistic elements of publication for Coscom, and for her own webcomic Fuzz Society. The couple operate a book cover design company together.

A.P. Fuchs lives in Winnipeg, MB. He's an excellent cook. He's also a dedicated movie buff. Fuchs publishes movie reviews on Canister X  and on the Canister X YouTube Channel.  He enjoys "following the exploits of Superman, Batgirl, Red Robin and Batman and Robin on a monthly basis."

What Makes A.P. Fuchs Unique?

As far as I know, Fuchs is the only male zombie author who has also written romance. (Correct me if I am wrong.)

Fuchs finished his first book, A Stranger Dead, at age 19. It was published in 2003.  The year after that, A.P. Fuchs wrote a romance novel.

Under the pseudonym Peter Fox, he published April: A Love Story in 2004.  In 2011, Peter Fox  published a short story called "My Angel and Me."

Here's an excerpt from the 2004 novel:
The way I see it, there are a few types of people you will meet throughout your life, with two, to me, being the most important. There are the ones that you'll accept for who they are and how they live their lives. And then there's the kind that get to you, the ones where, when you sit back and look at them, you can't help but wonder what it would be like to be them. They have a certain way of doing things, certain habits, certain ways that they say their words or, in April's case, slur their words together as if she was afraid she couldn't say all she had to say unless she rushed her words out all at once.
I wanted to know what it was like to be April. I even told her that once. She said that I didn't want to be her. She said that I wouldn't like it because sometimes it was really hard.
 Yeah, she was one of those two types of people. The better type. The kind that got to you.

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