I Am a Zombie Filled With Love

by Isaac Marion

A friend sent me a link to a short story available online, which she found from The Bloggess:

I Am a Zombie Filled With Love is the sweetest, zombie-perspective love story you will ever read! It isn’t very long, so jump over there and read it right now! I was thrilled to read at the very end that it has become a full-length book called Warm Bodies that will be available in the U.S. in March. It is definitely going on my to-read list. I can’t wait!

Amended: It is out right now! It is being shelved at my library at this very moment, according to their website! I’ll have to run over there as early in the morning as I can drag myself out of bed (which probably means right at the crack of noon). I’m usually pretty frugal in my use of exclamation marks, but I’m just so excited!

3 comments on “I Am a Zombie Filled With Love

  1. Rebecca says:

    Hah! I just went and read it. That is a combination of funny, sad, and deeply disturbing.

    It reminds me of The Littlest Zombie. The character is quite different, but the tone is similar.

  2. Kinsey says:

    Well, that’s the cutest zombie love story I’ve ever read! I am generally anti-zombie because they’re icky, but that was interesting. Did you read The Passage? It was a zombie novel that everyone in the world seemed to love except me, but I wonder if zombies just aren’t my thing.

  3. Anna says:

    I have not read The Passage (or The Littlest Zombie, though I love the title), but maybe I should check it out. Zombies aren’t really my favorite supernatural being, because in addition to being icky, they are kind of dull, but I have been known to enjoy a zombie novel or two.

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