~posted by Carrie M.
I don’t want to be the one to say I told you so, but I TOLD YOU SO! The zombie apocalypse started and you ignored my previous post, thus getting yourself bitten by a stinking, shambling corpse. Now you find yourself roaming night and day on your decaying legs in a mostly futile attempt to find fresh meat (you know, the living). After a while, the monotony of lumbering and moaning may eventually cause you to question the meaning of your new “life.” While it’s true that as a zombie you can’t participate in many activities you may have enjoyed in the past, your new undead life can be surprisingly exciting with help from The Seattle Public Library!
Now, ideally you would have checked out the following items before you got bitten (reading is hard when your eyes are rotting and all you can think about are brains), but overall the following list is so simple even your putrid zombie brain can understand them. Not sure where to begin?
An excellent choice is So Now You’re a Zombie: a Handbook for the Newly Undead. This book features a simple quiz in the introduction to determine if you are a zombie, and if so, what your three living dead options are. Be sure to check out the chapters on attacking and feeding, too. The book also boasts simple-to-follow diagrams on hunting, and effective extraction techniques so you can get those pesky survivors in locked cars and farmhouses out of safety and into your gullet. Continue reading “October Takeover: Advice for when you become a Zombie”