"The line must be drawn HERE. This far, no further!"

Okay Happy Day... I had plans to do something else, but may of you have noticed the changes I wanted to address them. I am dropping the "ZOMBIES"  from this point on, cause no matter how I spin it everyone still calls it a strictly "Zombie Site", now I will cover things of a zombie nature like "The Walking Dead", etc... I just tired of being known for a limited audience... many of my friends know I do design/art and that will not change I love to make new things.

Some things I am hoping to offer is more of the meet some other blogger friends, art/design, bringing you stuff I have in my house [toys, magazines, collectibles, etc.] and try to sell/trade/giveaway. What does that mean? This means if you see something you like and you have only have to comment or email your interest. I was suppose to have a different life and for awhile it was my path...

I had a stupid health scare in the start of the new year, that seem to make all material things worthless to me and made my love for my sites become a black hole. It made me look at me and see my life with different eyes, it made me afraid of the things I leave behind. I am just finishing up on "FOUR" Books that are a journey of my art/designs over the last "FOUR" years... my wake up call.

As they come available, maybe you who have sold books can give me some advice, these books are so much of a story telling of my life. I need to move forward... get back on track and find that purpose again.
-Jeremy [Retro-Z]


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  1. I know you went through the grinder earlier this year. That can change one' perspective.
    You know I'll help you any way I can with promoting your books.
    And I've never been about material things. Unless we're talking about my Gibson Les Paul now...

  2. Change is always a good thing eventually. I've never been much on material things unless I had to have them like a computer to write with. In fact, I too have expanded my house, but am down sizing at the same time. The expansion was more of a need of modernizing my 50 year old house. But it also tested the abilities of family members also for me to see strong points and weak ones in case of a zombie apocalypse.

    There's always ebay for selling your books, or donate them to a library, assisted living facility, or hospital. That's what I do. If it does sell-donate it.

  3. I hope health problems are better now, J-man.... the two of us have had our share of health trouble this and last year....

  4. Hey Jeremy, your books sound very cool and I hope your health scare is behind you now.

    An event like that can really change a person, for sure.

  5. A health scare stays with you, even when you have supposedly passed through it. You never take simple things for granted anymore. Each breath is precious, and you tend to walk through life with your eye over a shoulder, never feeling quite as secure as once you did.

    If you have a question about book publishing and marketing just email me. I'm there for you, Roland

  6. Jeremy, it often takes a wake up call to put things into perspective. So excited for you about your books, we can find 100 excuses to put things off, and I know that there are many homes around the world waiting to get their hands on a copy! Blessings for the weekend
    Amanda - Realityarts-Creativity
    Art Blog

  7. Very excited to see those in print ;-) Glad the health stuff is behind and that you're looking forward. Nothing quite like that to give us perspective, eh?
    You know I'm always here, and ready to market the heck out of your art.
    Tina @ Life is Good

  8. I'm so glad the beginning of the year was a health scare and not worse. I'm a big fan of your work on the soundtrack site Jeremy, so I'm looking forward to the changes!

  9. When Picard speaks his word is final. "Time is a companion that goes with us on a journey. It reminds us to cherish each moment, because it will never come again. What we leave behind is not as important as how we have lived."

  10. I'm really really glad to know the health problem is behind. I always kept you in my prayers and my thoughts. Moving forward is an excellent choice and the change fits well. I'll help you promote your books when the time comes, just let me know, I'll be there for you.

  11. Since I am not a zombie fan, I'm glad to see there will be other things here now, too. I loved the dance lesson. I learned to do all the ballroom dances as a child. My folks had parties a lot and everyone would dance with the kids. (smile)


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