The revision of book 1 is complete. Nothing in terms of the story was changed. Only the writing of a certian Samuel Horn had any extensive changes. I also added a prologue that foreshadows and illustrates the time travel aspect of the books, as well as the potential direction the series will go in. In no way does this effect the first book, other than to point out that it is NOT a zombie book. There are a couple of reviews on Amazon who have made mention of it being one, which seems a bit strange given that 2 of the 8 chapters (in the first edition) even mention the idea of zombies. There's also magic, supernatural craziness, a sociopathic superhero, a car chase, some hoodlums and a bank robbery. Yet, the reviews focus zombies. *shrug*
The smashwords version is updated, which means itunes, barnes and noble and whatever else smashwords distributes to should be updating soon. Amazon has the revision showing up on their site as the preview, but for some reason I cannot find a way to update the book on my kindle phone app, nor my computer. I can sync all the files, delete the original book from my storage and upload it again, only to still have the original copy. I suspect that Amazon is a little slow on the take when it comes to the updates.
Okay, Death Squad time. Chris Yarbrough sent me another picture to show off. This one is of Lorna, the quiet, thoughtful member of the Death Squad. Her weapon of choice: a sniper rifle, or a rocket launcher. Chris is finishing up another book cover and then he will get to a sketch of what is to come. I know what the plan is and I won't spoil it for you. I will say, it's a wrap around. At any rate, heres the sketch of Lorna.