Thursday, 9 December 2010

Horrorology- first look at the cover

Here's the first look at the cover for the upcoming release of Horrorology from the Library of Horror Press. This was open to any type of horror story so there should be a great variety of styles lurking inside.

My story is called Ruby and tells of how a father fights to save his daughter from an evil curse which killed her mother many years before.

The Scroll of Annubis is now released!

The 'mummy' anthology from the Library of Horror is now available through Amazon and all good retailers.

My story is The Rise of Terefini and is a very traditional story set in the 1920s and is sort of a hommage to the great Hammer House of Horror films.

I'm so looking forward to reading this and seeing what everyone else has come up with, I hear very few are traditional.

Friday, 12 November 2010

I've got some reviews lined up.

Now that my novel is out I've been looking for some sites to do some reviews and I have to say the response has been fantastic! All the sites replied quickly and all have been so nice and helpful. It shows just how great the zombie/horror community are.

In no particular order the sites are-

Bitten by books
Buy Zombie
ZombieZoneNews (a maybe)

As they come out I'll let you know.

Sunday, 7 November 2010

The Church is available on Amazon!

Wow! My debut novel is now up on both the the US and Uk Amazon sites, the pages are not quite ready- they still need the descriptions etc added but at least they're there :-)It's been a long road but I'm so happy that we are finally here.

So if your looking for a cool Christmas present then look no further.

I must take the time to thank the publisher- the one and only Doctor Pus, the cover artist Deedee Davies and the formatter Scott A Johnston.

I just need to get this silly grin off my face.

Thursday, 28 October 2010

Great review for Eye Witness:Zombie

Below is a great review on Amazon for the book including a run down on every story. Its probably the most detailed review for an anthology I've seen, and thankfully she seems to like my story:-)

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly Good Stories, October 16, 2010
Ursula K. Raphael "Eclectic Homeschool Mom" (USA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Eye Witness: Zombie (Paperback)
First of all, I am always wary of anthologies; for example, I am concerned with the number of great stories vs. lame stories. I've also been such a big fan of Permuted Press that I have ridiculously high standards for my zombie horror, and May December Publications is one of those newbies, only recently gaining some recognition as a literary contender in the horror genre. Despite my reservations, this anthology rocked! Out of fifteen short stories, only one was not-so-good, but even the one I disliked was worth reading once.

Here's a brief run-down of each story:

Doomsday Ramblings by Tonia Brown
A redneck's wife crawls out of the grave, and does something much worse than bite him; not much action or gore, until the ending.

A Soldier's Lament by Patrick D'Orazio
Some National Guardsmen on a rescue mission into a hot zone full of DICs (Disease Infected Civilian or Deteriorating Infected Corpse); packed with bloody action, complete with wicked ending.

Childish Things by William Wood
Hilarious story about a guy stuck in an orca costume during a zombie outbreak.

Dead of Old by Lyle Perez-Tinics
Takes place one year after outbreak; leftover zombies escape research facility. In just a few pages, Lyle has managed to expand zombie lore with some new tidbits.

Mere Symptoms of Living by Kris Ashton
A guy is trapped in his bathroom, writes his story on the walls; surprising amount of survival struggle in such a confined space.

Hunt Thru the Night by Brad Zipprich
Radio show host takes calls about reports of walking dead after space anomaly takes place; not unlike World War Z, with numerous callers sharing different perspectives.

All in Your Head by Stephanie Kincaid
A patient who hallucinates is instructed by her therapist/doctor to keep a journal, so she writes about seeing a zombie. Her doctor has her convinced the encounter was just another hallucination. Loved the ending!

The Nightmare by William Lederman
Very brief, very sad. It was like reading about a mere moment in an outbreak.

Run Through the Jungle by Tony Monchinski
A small group of survivors trying to flee city limits; just one more fantastic story for Tony to add to his list.

Dredge by Nikki Sedlock
A guy hiding out in a Wal-Mart basement reminisces on his time there; one of my favorites in the anthology.

One Nation Undead by Brian Harrison
Soldiers attack a man's family; with help from another survivor, he tries to rescue his wife & daughter. It was a good story about revenge, and I'm not one to focus on typos, but there appeared to be a deliberate use of italics which actually disrupted the flow of the story for me.

Eye in the Sky by John McCuaig
Takes place six years after initial outbreak; a zombie-traffic reporter (his reports help survivors know when it's safe to scavenge) gets stranded in the middle of a huge horde after his helicopter crashes. One of the best of the anthology! It also takes place in the UK.

Embedded by Andrew Black
A journalist trapped in a flipped over armored transport writes about his experience with the religious zealots at the "Rapture Centers."

Dead Man's Hand or Reviva Las Vegas by Sean Hoade
A man travelling throughout the post-apocalypse, plays poker for his survival and the entertainment of others; too much dialogue (just kidding - private joke). This was a refreshing change of pace for the zombie genre, instead of the usual survival trek to safety. It is definitely one of the top stories in the anthology.

Baby Killer by Ron Harris
A guy specializes in killing baby and child zombies. It is one of the most tragic stories that I've ever read in any genre.

Another nice touch in the anthology was the fragmented news ticker that runs across the first page of each short story.

If May December Publications can keep producing quality books like this one, they should be able to make a name for themselves as one of the big horror publishers.

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

First look at the cover for The Church

Here is the first peek at the cover for my debut novel- The Church. I may be a bit biased here but I think it looks fantastic! It still needs the blurbs ect putting on but I'm really happy with how its turned out. Almost there now!

Monday, 4 October 2010

The Pyramid of the Dead to be published!

I've just got the wonderful news that the Library of the Living Dead have accepted this novel for publication. It's been sent off to the editor who hopefully will be contacting me very soon. This is just fantastic and I'll keep you all posted of how things are progressing. I also need to start thinking about cover design and again this will be done by Deedee Davies.

Thursday, 23 September 2010

Eye Witness: Zombie- NOW OUT!

Eye Witness Zombie is now available on Amazon
This looks like being a cracking book with tales all about people reporting on the zombie outbreak. My story is Eye in the Sky which follows a helicopter team that instead of doing traffic reports they tell their listeners about any zombie hot spots so scavengers can be at least a little bit safer. But then things start to go wrong.

Wednesday, 1 September 2010

The Last Train to Dover- Update #2

Got to the 40,000 mark tonight and still going strong I think or at the very least hope. Going a bit back and forth doing a few edits as I go along and I have introduced a couple of new characters towards the end. I'm also thinking a lot about a follow up to this book which got me thinking that I haven't done a short story for about five months! That was my first love so once this is completed that will be two novels in a row so I'll be giving them a break until next year. So short stories only for the next few months, I think the rest will do me good.

Saturday, 21 August 2010

The Last Train to Dover- Update #1

Just hit the 30,000 mark this evening, very pleased with how things are turning out. So far we've had the outbreak hit the hospital, our 4 heroes racing through London keeping away from both the army and the undead, boarding the train and meeting a mysterious professor before getting onto the deserted boat. All of the chapters have been started to some extent with a couple completed apart from final edits. I'm hopeful of getting it finished by the middle of next month. I'll do another update in a week or so.

Monday, 2 August 2010

New project- The Last Train to Dover

I've just started another novel!
This is called The Last Train to Dover, its a zombie tale about the start of the outbreak. When it all kicks off in London one final train is set off to Dover to meet up with a ship to take them over the sea to France. This train is full of VIPs but the main characters of the story manage to smuggle themselves on board.
Its basically a real time story of the first day of the outbreak and the race to get away before its too late. Its the first time that I've tried to do a novel around one day, it'll sure be interesting to see how it goes :-)
The outline and character backgrounds are done and the first few words are down on paper.
I'll keep you updated on how things are going.

Monday, 12 July 2010

Pyramid of the Dead- 50,000 mark

After a good few days break from writing doing some D.I.Y I've at last managed to reach the 50,000 point in my second novel- Pyramid of the Dead. The story itself is now basically complete but there's still a fair bit of fleshing out to be done. The only problem is that its going to be a fairly short book, I suspect that it will barely reach the 60,000 mark by the time its finished. I'm a bit disappointed in that figure but feel its the natural size for the story.

Overall I'm happy with the story, it feels like the characters are good and interact with each other well. However I may be slightly biased in my views! I'm really looking forward to hearing what some other people think of it.

Still not decided on the final title yet but I'm sure that will come.

Thursday, 8 July 2010

Poor little kitty

I work on the railway and got a call that someone could hear a cat on the train! We found it stuck tight under a seat, we had to dismantle the stuff around it to get it out. It wasn't chipped so one of our guys has adopted it and it's new name is diesel.

Sunday, 4 July 2010

Haunted- Pill Hill Press now released!

The Pill Hill Press anthology, Haunted has now been released on Amazon. My story is called "The Newlyweds" and tells of a couple separated by death but still able to keep in touch. This looks like a great collection for any ghost story fans.

Monday, 21 June 2010

Pyramid of the Dead- Yet another update

Hit the 40,000 mark this morning. A little bit behind on my target but I'm still very happy at the way things are going. I went back and done a lot of edits of early chapters as when I was trying to write some new stuff it was playing on my mind. This is not the text book way of doing things but I suppose whatever works best for the individual should be the right thing to do.

So the story so far- first quarter of the book seems about right apart from a full edit by someone else, second quarter still needs a little work but is pretty close and the last half has some chapters done in first draft and a couple that are only a paragraph long.

I'm still hoping to get it finished by mid July but it's probably going to be closer to the end of the month.

I'll update again when I hit the 50,000 and who knows I may even have decided on a title by then.

Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Eye Witness: Zombie

Just got news that I've had a story accepted for Eye Witness: Zombie for May December Publications. This is a quite new publisher and they seem to have a huge hunger and desire to succeed so best wishes to them. All of these story are first person from people reporting on the Apocalypse for TV or radio etc. My story is called "Eye in the Sky" and follows a helicopter reporter who instead of doing traffic jams he tells people of any hot spots full of zombies.

Here is the TOC-

1 Tonia Brown Doomsday Ramblings
2 Patrick D’Orazio A Soldiers Lament
3 William Wood Childish Things
4 Lyle Perez Dead of Old
5 Kris Ashton Mere Symptoms of Living
6 Brad Zipprich Hunt Through the Night
7 Stephanie Kincaid All In Your Head
8 Billy Lederman The Nightmare
9 Tony Monchinski Run Through the Jungle
10 Nikki Sedlock Dredge
11 Mike Harrison One Nation Undead
12 John McCuaig Eye in the Sky
13 Michael A. Shaffer Embedded
14 Sean Hoade Dead Man’s Hand; Or, Reviva Las Vegas!
15 Ron Harris Baby Killer

The publisher has a few "surprises" lined up and I'll update you as they happen.

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Scrolls of Anubis- Cover

Here's a first look at the completed cover for the upcoming Library of Horror release- The Scrolls of Anubis.
This anthology is packed with Mummy tales and sounds like a lot of fun.
My story is called The Rise Of Terefini and is a traditional tale set in Victorian times about an archeological dig which finds a secret chamber with a nasty surprise inside.
I'll update when we get the release information.

Monday, 31 May 2010

Pyramid of the Dead- Another update

Just hit the 30,000 mark tonight. It should really be a bit more by now but I've been going back over some of the previous chapters as I've been moving along.

It also looks like the final total as it stands may be as low as 45-50,000 which I believe is a little too short. As I go over the story board/plan I don't want to just pad out what I've wrote so far so I'm looking at adding another story arc to the proceedings. This will add another chapter or two plus give me some more meat to add to the already written or planned work. I would like it to be about 60-70,000 when complete.

I just need to be careful that it doesn't come across as just tacked on to build up the count and that it does something for the story. I'll keep on updating as I go along and let you know how this works out.

p.s I still haven't decided on a title!

Saturday, 29 May 2010

Through the Eyes of the Undead- now available

I'm really looking forward to getting this beauty in my hands as I must say this has one of the best covers I've ever seen. It was done by the wonderfully talented Deedee Davies. This anthology has been compiled by Robert Essig for the Library of the Living Dead Press and features all stories told from the zombies own perspective.

My story is called "The Hunt" and is about a siege on a small town as the zombies try to find a way inside.

Here is the link to Amazon-

Sunday, 23 May 2010

Letters From The Dead now available on Amazon

Letters from the Dead is now up at Amazon

Here's the page if you fancy buying a copy

Thursday, 13 May 2010

Pyramid of the Dead- Update

Managed to hit the 20,000 word mark. Should be a little further on but I've changed a couple of things. This is the first time I've used a full outline chapter by chapter and I must admit I've found it a little restricting. Its better now that I've realised that its not a problem to change it as I go along. I'm still hoping to have it finished by mid July.

I've posted the first chapter/prologue on my website if you want to have a look. Please be aware its only the first draft and is very rough but hopefully you'll get a good idea what it'll be like.

Thursday, 6 May 2010

Letters From The Dead Cover

Here's the fantastic cover for the forthcoming anthology from Library of the Living Dead Press- Letters from the Dead. Have a good look at all the detail on the cover- Dan has outdone himself this time. This book contains a collection of the last letters written by people trapped during the zombie uprising. My story is called "The Last Tin" which tells a mans tale of how he and his companions fought over the last tin of food.

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Starting on my second novel

Now that The Church is pretty much completed apart from the covers I've started on my second novel.

Set in the 16th century Inca Empire its another view of how only a couple of hundred Conquistadors could defeat the most powerful empire on the planet.

It's a tale of greed, witchcraft, fear, and armies risen from hell.

The outline has been done and I'm up to about 7,000 words so far. I'll post some updates as this number rises.

The working title at the moment is Pyramid of the Dead but this will definitely change by the time its finished.

Friday, 9 April 2010

The Church- some blurbs for the cover

"The Church is a dark and chilling take on the zombie apocalypse that will surely leave you both disturbed and deeply moved!" - Eric S Brown, author of How the West Went to Hell and Bigfoot War.

John McCuaig's 'The Church' is more than just another zombie novel. It's tells us in lurid detail that come the apocalypse there's no such thing as sanctuary - that come the apocalypse the power-crazed go crazy. Paul A. Freeman - author of 'Rumours of Ophir' and 'Robin Hood and Friar Tuck - Zombie Killers'

The Church- cover synopsis

Just a little update- here's the synopsis for The Church that'll be on the cover-

They thought it was a sanctuary, a safe haven free from the clutches of the walking dead. Little did they know it was ruled with an iron fist by a crazed reverend and his disciples. Disobedience to his word meant banishment from its walls. And only death waited outside.

Sam Miller finds himself in the middle of its troubles. But he’s no hero, he’s just an ordinary man struggling to stay alive. As events both inside and outside the Church spiral out of control he fights to keep his promises, not only to himself but also to his friend.

The Church is a story of the undead, faith and mans need for power and control.

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

I've started a website

With my novel soon to be released I've took the plunge and started a website

I couldn't think of a cool title for it so just called it by my name. Please go over and have a look. I'm still building it up but please feel free to comment on how its looking.

I bought the domain name for $21 for 2 years and the site itself is done by Yola which is free. It seems not a bad deal :-)

On this site I hope to push my book, all my other anthologies that are now available or when they finally do. I also have a page for links so if anyone wants me to put something on there for them please just let me know.

As I said please comment on how it looks so far and how I can improve it.

Tuesday, 30 March 2010

The Church is finished

Phew! Just finished the last of the edits for my debut novel and its winging its way over to Doctor Pus at Library of the Living Dead Press.

I need to offer my huge thanks to Louise for all the hard work she has done with the edits- she deserves a bloody medal!

Really looking forward now to seeing what the cover will look like and to eventually hold the finished product in my hands. It's been really hard work but I believe it's been worth it and hopefully I'll even sell a copy or two. I still can't take the silly grin of my face :-)

I'll give some more updates as things move along.

Sunday, 21 March 2010

Some submissions

I've recently sent out three short stories so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that at least one of them will get picked!

The Comet Chasers- Zero Gravity- Adventures in Deep Space- Pill Hill Press

Eye in the Sky- Eye Witness:Zombie- Maydecember Publications

Ellie- Issue 7- Black Ink Horror

Saturday, 20 March 2010

The Zombist cover

Here's the cracking cover for The Zombist which is soon to be released by LotLD Press. This is done by the very talented Dan Galli. My story is called "Singer of Spirits"

Thursday, 18 March 2010

Letters From The Dead Banner

Defying all logic and reason, the dead returned from death. All over the world, dead human bodies rose and walked the Earth in search of living human flesh to consume. Despite the valiant efforts of the living’s vast armies and superior weapons, the dead won the Zombie War.

Defeated, the surviving governments of the world fled to the safety of their underground bases, leaving the last living survivors to their fate. All alone, trapped, for them there was no last second rescue, no escape. The Dead surrounded them, pounding on their barricaded doors, smashing in their boarded windows. It was their last chance to say goodbye, their last chance to shout out in defiance. It was time to write their final words.

For decades, the dead ruled the Earth unchallenged, but their reign was finite. In time, they returned to the dust from which they came.

When the living survivors emerged from their underground shelters, they would discover hundreds of thousands of tattered decaying messages, the letters left behind by the last to perish in the Zombie Apocalypse.

Defying all logic and reason, the dead returned from death. All over the world, dead human bodies rose and walked the Earth in search of living human flesh to consume. Despite the valiant efforts of the living’s vast armies and superior weapons, the dead won the Zombie War.

Defeated, the surviving governments of the world fled to the safety of their underground bases, leaving the last living survivors to their fate. All alone, trapped, for them there was no last second rescue, no escape. The Dead surrounded them, pounding on their barricaded doors, smashing in their boarded windows. It was their last chance to say goodbye, their last chance to shout out in defiance. It was time to write their final words.

For decades, the dead ruled the Earth unchallenged, but their reign was finite. In time, they returned to the dust from which they came.

When the living survivors emerged from their underground shelters, they would discover hundreds of thousands of tattered decaying messages, the letters left behind by the last to perish in the Zombie Apocalypse.

Above is the cool banner and blurb from the forthcoming Letters from the Dead which I've been lucky enough to get in. I'm really looking forward to getting my mitts on this.

Thursday, 4 March 2010

More wedding pics

Here's some more photos from the wedding. By the way I'm the weird looking 6 foot 7 bloke in the kilt.

Sunday, 28 February 2010

Interactive Zombie Movie

If you have never had a go at this before please do so now- its great fun. Each scene last a couple of minutes then you get a choice of what to do next e.g. run or hide.

First pics from the wedding

Here's some photo's from my beautiful step daughters wedding. I will post more later, these are just some that I took. Everything went really well and a fantastic day was had by all. I just need to recover now!

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Another good review for Wolves of War

Please have a look at the review below for Wolves of War- another goodie!

Every review that I've seen so far has been great- go buy yourselves a copy.

The wedding is getting closer

Just over a week now to my step daughters wedding. Everything seems to be working out fine at the moment but still plenty of time for a few disasters! My speech is just about done- I keep tweaking it but its probably time to leave it now and get myself down to memorizing it.
Pam, my better half, has finally got a hat she is happy with and her dress is being adjusted a bit.
I pick up my kilt on Wednesday, we go to the hotel on Thursday to check everything is fine and then the wedding itself on Friday.
We're really looking forward to it, we can't wait.
I'll post a few pictures of the day when I can.

Saturday, 30 January 2010

New "Open for submissions" from Lotld + Loh Press

The Library of the Living Dead,Library of Horror Press, Library of Sci-Fi/Fantasy have three new anthologies that are open for submissions.
They look great fun- will try and do something for at least two of them.

Zombology: A Queer Bent On The Undead

Fearology- A Phobia Anthology

Probing Uranus- A Sci-Fi Comedy Anthology

Saturday, 23 January 2010

Wolves of War review

Here's a link to a nice little review from LycanthorpeLibrary blog

This is coming from werewolf fans so high praise indeed

Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Triple Tree closed down- Dead on Demand III cancelled

I just got an e-mail that Triple Tree Publishing has closed down. Their sad letter blames the current economic climate as the reason.
One of my favorite stories- Ellie- was submitted to the Dead on Demand III anthology but has now been sent back to me.
It's such a shame to see any company go bust.

Sunday, 3 January 2010

I've got to do a speech!!

My stepdaughter has asked me to do a speech at her wedding on the 26th of February. It's a great honour to be asked but to be honest I'm more than a bit nervous! I am not good at any sort of public speaking.
I've had a quick look at some examples on-line and just ordered a book to help but it hasn't really made me any more confident.
It seems practice makes perfect (and some alcohol!)
I'll update how I get on and of course post some pics of the wedding. Apologies in advance for my knees- I'll be wearing a kilt on the day.

Saturday, 2 January 2010

Review of The Bitter End by Sonar4

Book Reviews

Edited By Jessy Marie Roberts
Pill Hill Press
ISBN: 978-0984261024
Review Posted: 01/02/2010
Review done by Rob Walter

The Bitter End: Tales of Nautical Terror is the newest anthology from Pill Hill Press edited by Jessy Marie Roberts and the cover design is by Alva J. Roberts. The collection contains 27 short stories by the following authors: Patrick Rutigliano, Jameson T. Caine, Lucas Pederson, Laura Eno, Sam Battrick, Stephen D. Rogers, John McCuaig, Jessica A. Weiss, Jacob Henry Orloff, Christopher Jacobsmeyer, Kelly M. Hudson, Michelle Bredeson, Miles Boothe, Allen Wise, Alva J. Roberts, Anthony Giangregorio, Anne Maclachlan, C.A. Verstraete, Joel Arnold, Mike Chinn, Kassi Shimek, D. Nathan Hilliard, Scott Harper, Bill Ward, Rachelle Reese and Flora Winters.

It is a very unique and intriguing idea bringing the sea together with horror for a series of short stories. I have always loved the sea so this collection really caught my attention. The first story of the collection, The Revel, gets this great read underway with a monster race and what they are doing with abducted sailors. Other ideas that really pop out at you involve people, sharks, people-sharks, alien invasion and cruise ships of horror. One of my favorite stories of the collection is a very short story about a German Airman shot down in the English Channel during WWII called Wellenkrieg. He is tortured by the waves.

I really enjoyed this collection. I strongly recommend you go out and buy a copy today. It is horror at its best mixed with the sea.

Available Now

TOC for Letters From The Dead

This book will contain letters written by people during the zombie uprising and just before they are killed or maybe even kill themselves. My story is called "The Last Tin." It's about a man fighting two fellow survivors over a last tin of food.

United Earth Federation Historical Society contributing members

Introductory Letter

Document #000001 Eric S. Brown

Order of appearance #1
Document #026752 Mark M. Johnson

Order of appearance #2
Document #076943 Dan Nickerson

Order of appearance #3
Document #548972 Sims

Order of appearance #4
Document #679321 Robert R Best

Order of appearance #5
Document #327904 Brian M. Sammons

Order of appearance #6
Document #037582 David Bernstein

Order of appearance #7
Document #078362 Crysa Leflar

Order of appearance #8
Document #021846 Sarah Paige Berling

Order of appearance #9
Document #289375 William Wood

Order of appearance #10
Document #095375 Jameson T. Caine

Order of appearance #11
Document #365109 Benjamin Kotz

Order of appearance #12
Document #008654 Mark Wolf

Order of appearance #13
Document #000591 Ruth Imeson

Order of appearance #14
Document #008364 Patrick D’Orazio

Order of appearance #15
Document #427109 J.R. Rodriguez

Order of appearance #16
Document #009725 Jason Colavito

Order of appearance #17
Document #009361 Matt Nord

Order of appearance #18
Document #030455 Thomas Aiello

Order of appearance #19
Document #007621 Amy LaZerte

Order of appearance #20
Document #004504 Bill Ward

Order of appearance #21
Document #424123 Sheri Gambino

Order of appearance #22
Document #207309 David Perlmutter

Order of appearance #23
Document #141650 Sharon M. White

Order of appearance #24
Document #961948 Shane McKenzie

Order of appearance #25
Document #294014 Stephanie Kincaid

Order of appearance #26
Document #211011 Bill Tucker

Order of appearance #27
Document #606126 Mike West

Order of appearance #28
Documents #073014 & #073015
David Dumas

Order of appearance #29
Document #341863
Christopher J. Jacobsmeyer

Order of appearance #30
Document #167550 Jamie Eyberg

Order of appearance #31
Document #134059 Kent Alyn

Order of appearance #32
Document #091256 John McCuaig

Order of appearance #33
Document #100630 Wayne Goodchild

Order of appearance #34
Document #103088 Violet Hilton

Order of appearance #35
Document #106426 William Todd Rose

Order of appearance #36
Document #254501 Ann Marie McDowell

Order of appearance #37
Document #953628 Chris Deal

Order of appearance #38
Document #167116 Jessica Brown

Order of appearance #39
Document #388655 Kristin Aune

Order of appearance #40
Document #230275 Lane Adamson

Order of appearance #41
Document #516750 Pamela Jessica Wilcox

Order of appearance #42
Document #140553 Derek Goodman

Order of appearance #43
Document #350736 Kamsika

Order of appearance #44
Document #312617 Jay Franklin

Order of appearance #45
Document #140453 Keith Gouveia

Order of appearance #46
Document #972656 Kevin M. White

Order of appearance #47
Document #501023 Lee Pletzers

Order of appearance #48
Document #461514 Shawn Cook

Order of appearance #49
Document #009712 Paul A. Freeman

Order of appearance #50
Document #112118 Timothy W. Long

Order of appearance #51
Document #102881 Carey Burns

Document #114545
Order of appearance #52 David Nordahl

Order of appearance #53
Document #922901 Lee Hartnup

Order of appearance #54
Document #037037 Kim Andre Sandum

Order of appearance #55
Document #848268 Cynthia J. Johnson

Order of appearance #56
Document #907121 Pascal van den Beemd

Order of appearance #57
Document #200113 Mike Mitchell

Order of appearance #58
Document #021355 Deborah Walker

Order of appearance #59
Document #123372 Joe Filippone

Order of appearance #60
Document #107167 Brad Zipprich

Order of appearance #61
Document #564443 Shannon D Jones

Order of appearance #62
Document #130928 Tonia Brown

Order of appearance #63
Document #250125 Zombie Zak