Win The Zombie Code

Win The Zombie Code


It is contest time again on Zombie Popcorn and this time we have teamed up with Marion Street Press to bring you The Zombie Code: Keys to Unlocking Your Undead Destiny!

This is not your typical Zombie book – this book is the will help you be the best zombie you can be – but not like the Army (For the young ones reading this, that was a reference to an Army ad).

In this book you will learn things never before written about in any other zombie book such as;  [singlepic id=1526 w=320 h=240 float=right]

  • The Zombie Code of Conduct
  • Tips for blending in with humans
  • Zombie poetry appreciation
  • Zombiedar development
  • Romance cues among the undead
  • The art of preparing zombie cuisine (My personal favorite)

Yes, I said Zombie Poetry.

If you want to know more about this book and Mark Raby – don’t forget to tune in to Zombie Popcorn Radio on Sat. Feb. 26, 2011 at 7pm Eastern because we will have Mark on the show.  (We will read Zombie Poetry on the show)

In the meantime, you can read this about him.  Mark Raby is an editor for the online technology magazine TG Daily. A prolific freelance writer, he has published thousands of articles in leading print and Internet publications including GamesRadar, IGN, and Tom’s Hardware. His articles range from video game reviews to complex analyses of computer processors. He lives in New York City, the likely spot of the first zombie invasion.

So, now on with the contest!

Three (3) people will win a copy of Mark Raby’s book, The Zombie Code: Keys to Unlocking Your Undead Destiny

YOU could be one of the winners and here is how to enter!

Just follow these easy three steps;

How to enter:

  • Like’ this post
  • Tweet this message: “I just entered to win The Zombie Code at @ZombieCode @ZombiePopcorn #contest #free #zombies”
  • Leave a comment below letting us know your best Zombie poetry. (You can just leave a post saying you want to win -but Zombie poetry will give you more points)
    (Make sure you enter a valid email when you leave a comment so we can contact you if you win – Your email addy will not be public. – if you leave a comment in the Facebook comment section – your email will be visible so if you want to keep your email private use the Zombie Popcorn comment section.)
  • **If you don’t have Facebook and/or Twitter you can  subscribe to our feed instead by clicking here –> Zombie Popcorn’s Feed

**Deadline is Sat. March 5th**

That is is!

All steps must be followed. If any information is missing you will not be eligible to win.
This contest is only open to people who are 18 years or older and who live in the United States. If you are under 18 and wish to enter please get permission from your parent or guardian. By entering this giveaway you agree to the rules and confirm that you are over the age of 18 or are under 18 and received parental permission to enter. Winners will be emailed and will have 24 hrs to respond to claim prize.



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Jason Bayless

Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends, working with Center for Farmworker Families and spending his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and playing VR games.

  • charles421

    June 1, 2011

    This is not your typical Zombie book

  • Tony2

    March 4, 2011

    Quarantine the infected
    Screw it kill them all

  • Luis3

    March 2, 2011

    Zombies are good
    Zombies are great
    I would be the last one to take one on a date.
    I choose a sword over a gun
    because if i have to reload I know I better run.

  • Jennifer4

    February 28, 2011

    Now that I’m a zombie
    All I eat is brains
    I miss being vegetarian
    and eating lots of grains

    (poetry is not my forte)

  • Stephanie5

    February 26, 2011

    I’m following you on Twitter, and I tweeted!/l123455/status/41390227268435968

    I also subbed to the feed. Here’s my poem!

    I’m on an airplane
    All I can think about is brains
    I can see an athlete’s veins
    First I will greet
    Then I will eat

    Not good at poems, heh 🙂

  • sobrguy6

    February 25, 2011

    Not (Quite) The End

    Dead dry fingers scraping down my back.
    Trying to survive a zombie attack.
    Oh God don’t let this be the end.
    I wish you had an axe to lend.
    I’d chop the legs, the arms, the heads.
    Until I make them all re-dead.
    But no hope, their hands upon me.
    Their rigor mortis strength astounds me.
    Teeth penetrate my screaming flesh.
    My blood runs out, warm and fresh.
    My mind in fright starts to regress.
    They’re turning me a bloody mess.
    Now I come to, I’m all alone.
    Still have most my flesh and bone.
    I realize what I must do.
    It’s time for me to come for you!

    Did this on the spot for this contest. Hope you like it.

  • George7

    February 25, 2011

    BrIns at Starbucks. Brains at Hole in Wall. I best love eating brains, down at the mall.

  • Ramon Flores III8

    February 25, 2011

    Brains NOM
    Brains brains brains NOM NOM NOM
    the end.

  • Amanda9

    February 25, 2011



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