Some days, the only plan is survival…

Sarah Jamison and her twin sister, Dana, find themselves living a nightmare when the walking dead invade their hometown of Fort Worth, Texas. Together with a few friends and strangers they meet along the way, they fight to stay one step ahead of the dangers. Zombies are challenging enough, but with the breakdown of society, the baser nature of humanity becomes the greater foe. In a time where the smallest kindness can lead to fatal consequences, can Sarah and her friends survive this new world?


Books are listed in reading order.


Survival - Rhonda Hopkins

(Survival Series #1)

When Sarah escapes from her brutal abductors, she promises to return to rescue her twin sister, but with the dead walking the earth she is forced to rely on a coworker who made her work life hell for years. With her coworker weakened by cancer treatments, her sister still imprisoned, and the dead looking for an easy meal, Sarah’s only plan, if she can pull it off, is Survival.

SURVIVAL is a 14,000 word short story – the first in the Survival series.


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Survival (Survival Series #1)


SURVIVAL was written for and originally published in the  LET’S SCARE CANCER TO DEATH Anthology. All proceeds from the anthology go to The V Foundation for Cancer Research. So, I would encourage you to buy the anthology. It’s for a very worthy cause and has 15 other great stories by some of my favorite authors.  You can find out more about it on my Anthologies & Box Sets page.

When I wrote SURVIVAL, it was meant to be only a one-time short story. However, I enjoyed writing it so much that I decided to continue the saga of Sarah, her twin Dana, and their group of survivors. I hope you’ll come along for the adventure.





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(Survival Series #2)












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