Gregory E. Zschomler
Gregory E. Zschomler is an author and not, according to rumor, a zombie. He resides on the Pacific Northwest coast with his wife and three of his eight children. He is a co-founding director of Harbor House Writing Center, a part-time freelance journalist, an award-winning playwright (About Right), and a theater professional. His play Bisbee Ore Bust ran four years at the historic Old Bisbee Rep. He formerly wrote play reviews for www.swwastar.blogspot.com and has written widely for the web, magazines and newspapers.

His first book Lights, Camera, Worship! (2005) is now in a second edition printing. His second book Voodoo Virus, the first in the Bayou Boys Adventure series, came out in June of 2012. His third book (also a Bayou Boys Adventure), Marsh Monster, was released in June of 2013. The third Bayou Boys Adventure, Playhouse Phantom, was released in October of 2013 and Alien Ambush (the fourth BBA) is scheduled for a 2017 release. His YA novel, titled The Amish vs. The Zombies, was released in June of 2014. He's also the author of Big Papa Zee's Cajun and Caribbean Cookbook.

"I'm, Samson," said Sydney a children's picture book, illustrated by April Bullard, was released in November of 2014. Louie, the Lonely Lighthouse, illustrated by Rozanne Bowman, and Plays & Sketches for Schools and Churches was release in 2015. In 2016 he released  the novel Hell, Heaven and Back, the anthology Rocketman: From the Trailer Park to Insomnia and Beyond, and contributed to and edited the anthology Chicken Poop on my Sole. More recently he's released an omnibus of the first three Bayou Boys Adventure.

He's currently working on Alien Ambush; the sequel to Rocketman, titled Beyond Insanity; and will soon edit Another Load of Chicken Poop (on my Sole).

Greg is a follower of Jesus Christ and his works generally reflect his faith. He’s also an avid reader of YA books, a certifiable Disney Freak and enjoys travel and great food. You can find him on Twitter and Facebook.

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