Hello, everyone. Emma Martin here. Are you ready for another four-word interview? I’m having such a great time with these characters…well, and the authors, too.
If you’re new to the blog, here’s how it works. I get to ask four questions, but they can only be four words long, and the kicker is…they answers have to be four words or less as well.
Why four? Well…why not? That’s just how I roll.
So…let’s get started!
Today we’ve got Alison Kemper’s character, Cole Greer. And I’m kinda thinking I wouldn’t mind being stuck in the woods with him… **wink**
Emma Martin: Favorite time of day….
Cole Greer: Morning, North Carolina mountains.
EM: Fondest childhood memory is . . .
CG: Camping in the woods.
EM: Favorite food to eat . . .
CG: Grilled squirrel! Just kiddin’!
EM: If granted one wish. . .
CG: Save family from zombies!
Okay, I’ll face Vampires any day than have to deal with a Zombpocalypse!
Thanks, Cole, for taking the time to interview between Zombie encounters. Let me know if you need any help, I’m sure my stake will work just fine on them…maybe.
Glenview, North Carolina. Also known—at least to sixteen-year-old Ava Pegg—as the Land of Incredibly Boring Vacations. What exactly were her parents thinking when they bought a summer home here? Then the cute-but-really-annoying boy next door shows up at her place in a panic…hollering something about flesh-eating zombies attacking the town.
At first, Ava’s certain that Cole spent a little too much time with his head in the moonshine barrel. But when someone—or something—rotted and terrifying emerges from behind the woodpile, Ava realizes this is no hooch hallucination. The undead are walking in Glenview, and they are hungry. Panicked, Ava and Cole flee into the national forest. No supplies, no weapons. Just two teenagers who don’t even like each other fighting for their lives. But that’s the funny thing about the Zombpocalypse. You never know when you’ll meet your undead end. Or when you’ll fall dead over heels for a boy…