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Have another coffee the good stuff is here!

Welcome back Pembroke, Margaret, hope those chairs are comfy. Your readers have put together some questions for you...

What made you pick your genre?
PS:  I write in several different genres, including western,science fiction, fantasy, horror and nonfiction, and really, I just write whatI feel like.  Sometimes a story will be more insistent than others, so I writethat and get it out of the way.

MK:  I am deeply interested in various paranormal and mystical subjects and 
have been for years.  My interests include reincarnation, out of body 
experiences, out of body travel, near death experiences, ghosts, after 
death contact, UFOs, alien abduction, ESP and more.  It is natural for 
me to think in these terms, so often my writing includes those 
subjects.  Both of my novels have been about reincarnation and my 
short stories are often SF, magic realism or mystical.

Replacing Fiona

Imagine being sixteen again without losing the worldly knowledge gained from age. In Replacing Fiona, a "dead" ninety-four year old woman accepts such an assignment, finds herself in the body of a teenage suicide and attends the girl's senior year of high school. Only now, it is 2004 instead of 1928 and she is acutely aware that her spiritual growth and possibly the fate of the world depend upon her success.
Sincerely, Margaret Karmazin

Life after the Undead

Life after the Undead by Pembroke Sinclair

The world has come to an end.It doesn’t go out with a bang, or even a whimper.It goes out in an orgy of blood and the dead rising from their graves to feast on living flesh.As democracy crumples and the world melts into anarchy, five families in the U.S. rise to protect the survivors.The undead hate a humid environment, so they are migrating westward to escape its deteriorating effects.The survivors are constructing a wall in North Platte to keep the zombie threat to the west, while tyranny rules among the humans to the east.Capable but na├»ve Krista is 15 when the first attacks occur, and she loses her family and barely escapes with her life.She makes her way to the wall and begins a new life.But, as the undead threat grows and dictators brainwash those she cares about, Krista must fight not only to survive but also to defend everything she holds dear—her country, her freedom, and ultimately those she loves.
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