Angela R. Watts is the bestselling author of The Infidel Books. The Divided Nation, The Infidel Books #1, is endorsed by NYT and USA Today bestseller Lt Col Rip Rawlings and The Real Book Spy. She has published over nine books to date. The Mercenary’s Deception, The Infidel Books #3, releasing summer 2021. When she’s not writing, she’s probably raising animals, painting, or working with her amazing editorial clients. She lives at Step by Step Sanctuary, Tennessee.
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- UNREPENTANTIt was the perfect crime. However, death grabbed a soul when one least expected, and while I had outsmarted countless men, I couldn’t outwit death forever. My blood trickled down the mirror, the black room engulfing me silent except for the flatline ringing in my ears. Trotter had kept me alive till the cops came and ran—as every member of the Undead were instructed if ever a situation were to occur—when they found us but I must’ve flatlined. Funny. One false move. One betrayal. And the mission I’d worked on since I was twelve years old crashed and burned. Who
- ASHES OF TOMORROWGenres: ZOMBIE FICTION, YA APOC Keywords: zombie fiction, zombie apocalypse, young adult dystopian A government lab erupts with infected individuals. 21-year-old Kayla is across the country on vacation. Struggling to return home, Kayla must team up with unlikely allies–a veteran, a street rat, a midwife, and a comic store owner–and travel across the USA. But the veteran knows more about the disaster than he should. And if Kayla could resist the government and save the USA… can she? Angela R. Watts Check out her author bio!
- At the Edge of the WorldTina watched the waves crash over her bare feet and let the words leave her lips. “He’s dead.” “Yeah.” Johnny kept his distance. He always did. How the man could be so comforting yet so detached from reality was beyond Tina. But she wished she could be detached, too. Numb. Empty. Why was it hard for her and easy for the others? “Did you see it?” she asked softly. The cool breeze bit her cheeks and the smell of salt burned her nostrils. “Yeah.” Tina fought tears. “Did he…” Apologize? Mention her? Did he die fast or slow? No one