X is for…

Day 24 of your Essential Guide to Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse… The end’s in sight…

You will no doubt be absolutely thrilled that I plan on collating these guides, along with some extras, into my first self-published book! Watch this space. Well, not literally this one as I’m unlikely to come back and add comments specifically here, but, you know, here. 🙂 

Without further ado, it’s … Haiku of the Dead!

Persists – it’s in our nature –
But borders have shrunk

To survive, you need:
The brains of Professor X
And the X Factor

(Being candid here,
I welcome these zombie days
If it means an end

To bland TV shows
Full of so-samey singers
Each on a “journey”)

Have you ever tried
Thwacking Zed with xylophone?
Not recommended!



“You wrote this as part of a month-long challenge? What?!”

Throughout April, I will be joining the A to Z Challenge, posting six days a week to cover each letter of the alphabet… even that annoying “X”… For my theme, I have gone down the well-trodden, stereotypical, bit-of-a-cliché -really path of zombie survival tips… in haiku.

With tongue firmly in cheek, I hope you will join me for the month, and beyond 🙂

There are hundreds of blogs participating – over 1700. I will be doing my best to check out as many of these as possible. You can too via this link: http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/p/a-z-challenge-sign-up-list-2016.html

33 thoughts on “X is for…

  1. I think that’s a great idea to collate these guides into a book. I hope it causes enough fuss to wake the dead, though not literally of course. Teens and X Factor contestants are more than enough Undead then I can take.

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