“Where were you when you turned?”

The Wormwood Prion infected millions with an irresistible need to chew, demonstrating a distinct preference for human flesh. Allison Rose is lucky. She’s one of the fortunate few to wake up in a Recovery Center; cured, but with a head full of monstrous memories intact. Adopting an abandoned child, she teams up with the enigmatic Will Turner, and together they discover the cure isn’t the end of their nightmare, it’s just the beginning.

 Chew is available as an ongoing serial fiction or traditional books

Readers can read Chew as an ongoing serial fiction, currently in its third season, with updates posted twice a week on Sundays & Wednesdays.  Serial fiction readers in the U.S. can access Chew via Kindle Vella while readers outside the U.S. can access Chew via Laterpress.  

Alternatively, readers can now purchase Chew as a series of traditional books.

  • Chew: Season One will be available on May 7th, 2022.
  • Chew: Season Two will be available on August 1, 2022
  • Chew: Season Three will be available November 1, 2022

What is Kindle Vella?

Kindle Vella is Amazon’s newest reading platform designed to deliver a serial reading experience. Vella is currently only available to readers in the United States, but will be available soon to international readers. You can get notified by subscribing to my newsletter below.

Season Three is Here

Welcome to LAZARUS

It’s been two years since Luke and Allison said hasty goodbye’s in Aunt Cece’s living room. 

Allison and Will have been busy turning their little slice of Biter heaven into a home. Lazarus has just about everything one could need, and that includes a speakeasy. 

You can join in the fun and enter the virtual speakeasy by finding the passwords in my free newsletter. Once inside the Rose & Taylor you’ll find exclusive merchandise, free downloads, and the entrance to Lazarus – the Discord Community. 


1 star

A review? They killed me and stuffed me in the trunk of my own car. I mean, at least I don’t owe Tommy Fingers no more but geez. Hey, any idea what the number was last night?

– Jeremiah Robinson


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I do NOT have a rat-face.

– Fred 


I'd give it zero stars if I could

Clive Craig seems like a nice guy, and Eileen really should have given him a chance. This author is probably one of those feminists you hear about on the news.

– Anonymous Reviewer Who is NOT CLive Craig

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