Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2013
Jason Fischer of Adelaide, South Australia, and 2010 winner of the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest, announced the release of his new young adult Tamsyn Webb Chronicles" series. The story is the tale of Tamsyn Webb, a teenage girl with keen archery skills living in a walled colony of "normal" people whom are continuously threatened by the zombie population that has taken over her homeland of England, and the world.
The reviews are coming in, this excerpt from Goodreads:
"Spanning multiple continents and exploring some unique concepts, this globetrotting tour of death places the bow and arrow wielding heroine, Tamsyn Webb, in some dire and utterly enthralling predicaments -- some of which are more macabre than others, yet all deadly and confronting.'
"...the most important component of this zombie post-apocalyptic concoction is the humans themselves who are commonly more inhumane than the walking dead - Fischer goes to great lengths to portray a dead world whose living soles are rotten and more menacing than those who threaten to end mans existence.
'Quiver is an entertaining read that starts off with a bang and morphs into more of an action book."
Jason attended the Australian convention "Conflux 9" in late April promoting the book and sold out at the show. The book is also listed in the bestseller category on Black House Comics site.
Jason started his career by entering and winning in the international contest known for launching careers in speculative fiction, with the short story "The House of Nameless," appearing in the L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future volume 26 (Galaxy Press), in 2010.
Jason is one of those enthusiastic new writers that you want to start reading now, at the start of a long and illustrious career.
For more information on the Writers of the Future contest, go to http://www.writersofthefuture.com.