"Zombie Housewives of the Apocalypse" Full-Color Book Released to an Eager Public

1950s housewives, Stella and Liz, face the apocalypse and transformation to the zombie state as if nothing has happened. They still get up every day, do their chores, put on their makeup in their bombed-out homes and with their desire to eat flesh. For these housewives, a dead woman's work is never done! This full-color book is social commentary, urban fantasy, horror, and humor, a genre that is new and fresh on a subject with so much popularity.

Phoenix, AZ, June 29, 2012 --(PR.com)-- "Zombie Housewives of the Apocalypse," a new full-color book has been released by Black Bed Sheet Books. This is a fresh new genre book available on Amazon in paperback and has enjoyed a very popular welcoming from readers in what is declared as "the Year of the Zombie." This humor and horror, social commentary about the traditional female role and her perpetual zombie state, is creating a buzz. As one avid fan said best, "This beautiful book is fun as hell. It's vibrant and alive, unlike Liz and Stella who are clearly.... not... and loving it!" This cult favorite book is the first in a series involving women's roles in the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s and what happens when they become zombies in an apocalyptic scenario. This much talked-about book is beautiful, sexy, and insanely creative. Not only for zombie fans, but all lovers of pop culture. The authors, Sharon Day and Julie Ferguson, are leading a path in the zombie culture that is snowballing, making the term "zombie housewife" a commonly used word.
Sharon Day