Zombie Author Armand Rosamilia

Zombie Author Armand Rosamilia


Armand Rosamilia is the author of the Dying Days series of zombie novels:
Dying Days

Dying Days 2

Dying Days 3

Dying Days: The Siege of European Village
Rosamilia has also written:
Darlene Bobich, Zombie Killer
And at least 15 short stories collected in various anthologies.

Some of those anthologies include:
Daily Bites of Flesh, Undead Tales, Code Z, and Undead Tales 2.

About Armand Rosamilia


Armand Rosamilia is a New Jersey native who currently lives in the state of Florida. He is a Red Sox fan who also enjoys heavy metal music.

Rosamilia has a daily writing routine that involves Kokomo's Cafe, which is featured in his Flagler Beach fiction series.  Kokomo's Cafe is also part of the setting for Dying Days 3. As Armand reports, he is also:
"an editor for Rymfire Books, helping with several horror anthologies, including Vermin and the State of Horror series, as well as the creator and energy behind Carnifex Metal Books, putting out the Metal Queens Monthly series of non-fiction books about females into Metal."
As fellow writer Vincenzo Bilof describes it, "Armand is not afraid to push his characters over the edge, especially in his zombie novels." Bilof say "His work explores the dynamics of people who're forced to survive harrowing scenarios."


Armand Rosamilia keeps an active blog. In it, he is open and honest about his experiences as an author, comfortable with discussing everything from difficult reviews to exciting interactions with his fans. Rosamilia is major organizer of the Summer of Zombie Blog Tour 2013.


What Makes Armand Rosamilia Unique?

Armand Rosamilia appreciates humor. He includes it even in the darkest scenes of his novels. In Armand's opinion, humor has a very useful purpose in zombie novels:
"Humor in any horror fiction is, well, fun. It highlights the actual horror, especially when I write about zombies. If all you read was a bunch of people trapped in a house and zombies constantly eating them and busting down the doors, it would get boring pretty quickly. I want the reader invested in the characters, and to have those momentary breaks where there is supposed hope. They joke during a bad part as their reaction to the fear. Then the zombies eat them... no wait... "
Armand Rosamilia also has a unique place at the table in Kokomo's Cafe, where he writes five days a week. 

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Armand Rosamilia