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Book Review: Surviving Population X: The Early Days by Rich Tamm

Surviving Population X - The Early Days 2

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The first book of this series does have grammatical and structure issues, which normally red flag me and make me stop reading, but I was so caught up in the world that Rich produced and wondering what was in store for the characters of the story that I just had to finish.

I cannot wait for the next installment, and will happily offer proofreading for free 😉

Author Interview

LW: Do you have any secret talents?

RT: I enjoy photography

LW: What has been your thing to write so far?

RT: My zombie series, I love creating a scenario that asks… what?

LW: Do you read all the reviews that come in for your book? How do they make you feel?

RT: Yes, and the feeling is all dependent on how it made me feel.

LW: What is your favorite color?

RT: Blue

LW: Hey, mine too!


Surviving Population X is a easy to read series about survivors of a zombie apocalypse. The Early Days is the first book in the SPX Series and features the stories of two groups surviving the first few days of the zombie attacks in Indiana.

About the Author


Richard Tamm is an avid photographer and writer. Richard currently resides in his hometown of Taylor, Michigan and is a loving father to four wonderful and bright children.

When not writing or taking photographs Richard enjoys watching movies and spending quality time with his friends and family.




Lisa Arrington is a mother to two wonderful who has always had a passion for writing. Lisa attended a local technical college and received an associate degree in Computer Networking which she put right to use. Lisa currently lives in Southern Arizona with her two sons and when not writing she can be found curled up on her favorite chair with Kindle in hand, reviewing books for her blog, chauffeuring the boys around town for basketball games or playing Candy Crush Soda on her phone. She loves the color blue, can't get enough cherry cheesecake ice cream or Junior Mints and will forever be in a power-struggle over the big screen TV with her youngest child.

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