If you know me, then you know that I have been a fan of Buffy since the beginning. I have all 7 seasons (and the movie) on DVD, used to dress like Buffy and do my hair like Buffy, have several wooden stakes and named one of my ferrets Spike. Also, some of the first 'stories' I ever wrote were Buffy fanfic. Lame...I suppose I am :)
Anyway, I woke up and saw this review on amazon.com:
"Normally, I don't have anything to do with zombies as I find them terrifying. However, the reviews for this book were so positive that I decided to take a chance and get over my fear and overactive imagination. I could not stop reading once I started and finished the book in a few hours. Orissa is the Buffy for zombies. The characters were likeable and I was actually sad when some of them did not make it. The action was great and unpredictable. Glad I read this and I look forward to the next books."
Having someone compare one of my characters to Buffy is so incredibly flattering. I never even thought of Orissa in that way, but, I see how she is. I posted a few weeks ago about how it bothers me that weak, whinny, needs-a-guy girls are the stars of books. What is that teaching young girls? I won't get into that because if I do this will turn into a novel of a post (again).
Anyway, I wanted to share that review because it's more fun to be excited with others. :) It's nice out today (almost fifty degrees and sunny) so I'm gonna enjoy it and take the dog for a walk.