Don't know if you're still interested, but I have written a zombie book with a strong female lead. It is called H.E.L.L. Nicole's Odyssey.
Here is a review that was posted yesterday from a reader:
Many kudos for presenting a solid, believable female protagonist in an equally believable story. My congratulations!! I rarely see solid female protagonists in this genre, almost always alpha males who are buff beyond belief, the "little woman" is rarely consulted as part of decision-making,always a conscience or support for the poor over-wrought, exhausted alpha. Boring!!! Superb use of humor. Timely recognition of PTSD as an anticipated response to such a terrifying and monstrous occurrence I am not a big grammarian but please note: "a lot" is 2 words. . "Puss" is a small feline. "Pus" is a nasty exudate or goo from abscesses, bad scrapes and infections. Kimohair
Here is the link.
A young woman struggles to reunite with her estranged father. The only problem? She has to get through the zombie apocalypse to do it. A Colonel in the U.S. Army, Steven Bennett represents the last best hope for his daughter, Nicole, but they don't speak to each other much, and when they do, feelings get hurt. When the dead startedrisingandeating the living,her father called from his secure military compound buried deep in a mountain in Colorado and urged her to come to him. Now Nicole Bennett must try to remember some of the things her father taught her if she is to make it. Though not her first choice, along the way she gathers a rag-tag group of survivors and together they battle across the Deadlands, formally known as the United States of America.
I hope you enjoy it.
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