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Zombie Apocalypse: Crafty and Artistic

Ever wonder what authors would do in the case of a zombie apocalypse? For the next several weeks, I’ll be posting the answers to that question on my blog…

I asked author D.R. Graham what she would do in the event of a zombie apocalypse.

My best skill in the event of a zombie apocalypse would definitely be camouflage painter.

I’m crafty and artistic enough to hide everyone from sight − like Peeta Mellark from The Hunger Games. Forest camo, desert camo, urban camo − where do you need to hide out?

Wait. Camouflage painter would be a limited skill if the zombies can smell human blood. They probably can sense a human without actually seeing one, right? I don’t know anything about zombies! Definitely don’t depend on me in an apocalypse.

Run for your life, silly!

D.R. Graham is an author of sweet and edgy young adult and new adult novels for Harper Collins and Entangled Publishing. She worked as a social worker with at-risk youth before becoming a therapist in private practice. The clients she works with are children and teenagers, and her deal with issues relevant to teens and new adults in love, transition, or crisis. She is also an award-winning columnist for the Richmond News. She currently lives in Vancouver, British Columbia with her husband.

 

Summer YA Party!

This Saturday I’ll be at the Coles bookstore with four other amazing authors of young adult fiction. We’ll be there to chat about books, sell our latest novels, and generally just have a good time. If you’re in the area, consider stopping in and saying hello!

YASummer

The theme song for this post is one that inspired me as I wrote Rise of the One-Eyed King.