Welcome to another Six Sentence Sunday. Our final one with my post-zombie-apocalypse M/F/M novel 'Flesh', before we move onto ‘Room with a View’, a short story set in the same world but featuring all new characters.
But first up, there was a request for another dose of Dan. So here he is giving relationship advice to his girlfriend's other boyfriend. Finn and Ali have had a falling out and Dan is trying to convince Finn to go and make-up with her. He’s just told Finn that sometimes it’s important to say you’re sorry, even if you don’t mean it...
“Sometimes, especially if you don’t mean it.”
Finn choked on a laugh. “That’s terrible.”
“Terrible but true. Sometimes you need to make the peace and work it all out later. Being together is what’s important.”
A new review off the Amazon page that sums up the story quite nicely... "Scott writes an exciting apocalypse novel, which draws you in from the very start. Interesting is the menage treatment. Women are rare and the heroine's travelling companions are two very different men, both intent on making sure she survives even if that means they have to share her. The world is littered with diseased and dying zombies determined on eating the survivors. The surviving trio find a small town mixed with the brave, the biblical, and other complex characters. When a strange suicide occurs, suspicion strikes. Is there a killer in the town? Is survival possible with zombies, marauding bands of humans surrounding the town?"