If you like "White Trash Zombie" by Diana Rowland, then you might enjoy...

Angel Crawford lives with her alcoholic redneck father in the swamps of southern Louisiana. She's a high school dropout without any ambitions, has a mile long police record and she is addicted to drugs and alcohol. All this changes when she is turned into a zombie. She is now only addicted to brains and she gets a job at the local morgue that she has to do her best to keep if she wants to stay "alive".


Book cover: Warm Bodies

Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

A zombie starts to have feelings and he falls in love. He fight his hunger for brains. He capture the girl an gradually starts to be more like a regular human. She also gradually starts to like him.

Is it good:
Stockholm syndrome and necrophilia.

The main person(s) are zombie(s) in both of the books. Warm bodies are more on the lovey dovey side of paranormal romance books. A girl falls in love with a zombie, and the zombie with here, that are fighting its way back to humanity.

Book cover: Unholy Ghosts

Unholy Ghosts (Downside Ghosts #1) by Stacia Kane

The world is not the way it was. The dead have risen, and the living are under attack. The powerful Church of Real Truth, in charge since the government fell, has sworn to reimburse citizens being harassed by the deceased. Enter Chess Putnam, a fully tattooed witch and freewheeling ghost hunter. She’s got a real talent for banishing the wicked dead. But Chess is keeping a dark secret: She owes a lot of money to a murderous drug lord named Bump, who wants immediate payback in the form of a dangerous job that involves black magic, human sacrifice, a nefarious demonic creature, and enough wicked energy to wipe out a city of souls. Toss in lust for a rival gang leader and a dangerous attraction to Bump’s ruthless enforcer, and Chess begins to wonder if the rush is really worth it. Hell, yeah. - Amazon

Both main characters are female and they both /have/had a drug addiction.

Book cover: Moon Dance

Moon Dance (Vampire for Hire #1) by J.R. Rain

Samantha Moon, is a female vampire with a husband and children, and she works a s a private investigator. She's trying to balance her family life and her private eye business with her somewhat inconvenient condition. Sadly her husband has an increasing problem with her body temperature. Luckily for her she finds a new romantic interest while she is on a job for a new client. Sadly as the case unfolds, Samantha discovers that her client, Kingsley, isn't exactly what he appears to be.

Is it good:
I am not sure if it is good or bad that the books are so short. The good thing is that I can finish it without taking any kind of break, but the sad part is that it is over to son. This is a book you should try out. If you are among the few that dos not like it, then it is only good that the book is so short.

Book cover: Mark of the Demon

Mark of the Demon (Kara Gillian #1) by Diana Rowland

Kara Gillian is a detective and a summoner of daemons. During a routine summoning where she wanted to use her skill to track down a serial killer she accidentally summoned Rhyzkahl, and angelic human looking creature. What is this powerful undaemon looking creature and can she stop the serial killer?

Is it good:
Mark of the Demon is the first book in the Kara Gillian series. It is a really great book, just as the rest of them.


Tv Show cover: iZombie


Liv Moore, a promising medical student, takes a break from her workaholic life to attend a party. This one choice leads to her becoming a zombie and her life goes trough some drastic changes. Liv takes a job at the Coroner's Office to get access to all the brain she need, and in the process she ends up helping Clive Babineaux, a police officer, solving crime. She tells him that she is a psychic, but the truth is that she gets some of the memories and habits from the people she eats.

Is it good:
I like this show. The main character is witty and cool. Much better than your average CSI type of show.

iZombie is a perfect show for every one that loves the White Trash Zombie books. There are some differences, like the iZombie main character was a A+ student befor the turn. But there are also many similarities, the both work at the morgue and they are both fully functional people with some strange eating habits.

Tv Show cover: In the Flesh

In the Flesh

After an event known as "The Rising," where everybody who died in the year 2015 has risen from the dead, an inevitable Zombie war breaks out as the human race battles to rid the planet of brain eating Zombies. The remaining zombies are groped together in a facility where they have discovered a treatment. They can remove their craving for brain and make them concious again. Keiren Walker is a young teenager that just have been released from this facility and returned back to his parents in a small town in England.

Is it good:
This is a really interesting show. I have only watched season one, but I plan to start on the next any day now.

The main person is a zombie in both of these. However The zombies in "In the Flesh" have gained there humanity back with medical drugs while the zombies in "My Life as a White Trash Zombie" humanity all the time, unless they get too hungry.

Tv Show cover: Six Feet Under

Six Feet Under

Six Feet Under follows the Fisher family, a dysfunctional family from L.A., and their family owned funeral home. This show has serious drama and dark humour melted into one substance of pure awesomeness.

Is it good:
Six Feet Under is a superb TV-Show. It has serious drama, but it is also halleriouse at times. This is one of those TV-Shows that should be a must watch.

Both stories centres around death. Six Feet Under is about a funeral home while the zombie trash are working in a morgue.

Tv Show cover: The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead

Police officer Rick Grime awaken from coma in an abandoned hospital only to find out that the world has been overrun by zombies. He manages to reunite with his family and join a group of survivors as they try to stay alive.

Is it good:
The Walking Dead is an excellent series. It is strange how they can keep a zombie survival scenario going so strong for so many seasons.

Zombies, action, drama.

Tv Show cover: Lost Girl

Lost Girl

Bo is a sexy succubus, and to feed she sucks the life force out of people. For years she did not know what she was and had no control of her feeding. She fled one corpse after another until she accidentally crossed paths with Kenzi, a drifter and a thief. Bo rescued Kenzi from a date rape scum bag by killing him, which this time finally made the fae catch up with her. The fae are split in two sides, light and dark. Each Fae must choose one of the sides, and stick to it. Bo, who until now has lived outside the fae community, vows to live on her own terms even if it means existing alone between the dark and the light. She manages this with the help of her mischievous, but loyal friend, Kenzi, the handsome shapeshifter Dyson, and the beautiful human scientist Lauren. While Bo tries to unravel the riddle of her mysterious past she and her friends also tackle other problems that arise.

Is it good:
This is a really cool series, if you are in to this kind of stuff. Absolute worth watching.


Movie cover: Warm Bodies

Warm Bodies

A zombie starts to have feelings and he falls in love. He fight his hunger for brains. He capture the girl an gradually starts to be more like a regular human. She also gradually starts to like him.

Same reason as the book