One little touch. That's all it takes for the darkness to penetrate. To infect. To destroy. A plague has incapacitated humanity, spreading across the globe faster than it could ever possibly be contained. Almost overnight the world is awakened to a new reality and the realization that no one is safe, not a single living soul. As the virus takes control, humanity is brought crashing to its knees. The few left untouched fight frantically for their survival, even as they know their future no longer exists, doing the uninmaginable at the brink of death. A dark tale that shows exactly how desperate, how dark, humanity can get once the undead winter arrives. You'll be thrust into peoples lives, emotions, and the very depths and darkest reaches of our souls and guilt will set in when you're begging for more. This short story will haunt readers long after the last page has been read. A story you will want to read over and over.
T.M. Williams began her writing career by accident when a song inspired a story about a woman named Carter. What started off as a blip of an idea turned into the Bohemian Grove trilogy, a science-fiction adventure based on the Anunnaki and ancient Sumerian texts. Soon after, the completed manuscript was picked up by a small-press publishing house. Bohemian Grove was released in early 2013 - just a little over a year after she began writing. Since then T.M. Williams has gone on to write Undead Winter, Sun Gate, The Apocalypse, The Melanie King Affair, Alice Hill in silent wonderland, and is currently working on future projects. Originally from Los Angeles, she currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband, son, and two dogs. She writes primarily suspense and paranormal mystery.