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In-Scribe Literary Consultancy is proud to announce that client RR Haywood’s zombie series ‘The Undead’ has reached the Top Ten in an Amazon Kindle chart.

The UK based writer only started writing last year but his books are selling worldwide and now have a cult following. RR Haywood’s books in this series feature a likable modern-day hero who attempts to save the world from a rogue zombie strain that is decimating all those who come into contact with it.

Talks are under way from major book publishers and a film version is even being spoken of.


"This is a whip-cracking, adrenaline fuelled doozy of a book!"
"As close to a UK novel version competitor for "The Walking Dead" novels as you're likely to find"
“I would love to see a movie made out of it”
“The whole group is just one big zombie killing machine, with almost no break in the action.”
“Definitely a series worth picking up.”
“The author has written a set of characters with personalities that just kind of sneak up on you, until you fall in love with them and you don't want to stop reading.”

This is not the first success of the In-Scribe Literary Consultancy (Cambridge) that copy-edits and structures books from new authors – client Rose Mannering achieved worldwide literary success at the age of 18 after her first novel was edited by In-Scribe.

In-Scribe’s Founder:

“Our authors’ successes have been phenomenal – from first-time writers looking to make their mark to clients well-established in other fields - we help all of those who show talent. We are so happy for RR Haywood and Rose Mannering – may their successes be just the start of the new UK and International Golden Era of books.”

For Further Information/Book Samples Contact:

Tania Cheslaw.
Mob: 0751 057 6509

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