When that decision was made, I obtained the rights to Deadmonton.com and moved the project to that domain. This was back in early 2014. And while you don't see much change in the site since that time, plenty has been going on in the background... hidden in the depth of testing folders. To make this site work, I needed two-years worth of writing ready to go, and figure out a navigation system and site design that would make it all come together.
Another note regarding the Deadmonton domains: Deadmonton.net has previous history in the horror genre dating back to 2008, where it began as the home for the Deadmonton Horror Film Festival. See details here.
Of course, in reality, my name is unpronounceable except to the French. I'm a middle-aged, balding guy with a wife that is way too beautiful, and way too smart, for my league (hopefully she doesn't read this, agrees, and acts on that). She tolerates this "silly" zombie venture, even as she travels around the world, helping to stop disease from consuming third-world villages, cities, and countries.
Yup; I'm a pretty lucky guy.
Anyway, I believe I saw a trace of relief in my wife's eyes when I said I would use a pen name. Perhaps she didn't want to have to explain all of this to her peers, as they work to eradicate the latest Ebola threat.
I guess, when I think on it, I do feel a tad guilty doing this, while my wife is out risking her life helping those who aren't even aware she's doing it. But my mind works differently than hers; it doesn't have the capacity to be crammed full of medical knowledge, but it can put word to paper, and perhaps those words help a few escape whatever pains they are currently living through, as they read the tale on the page... or, in this case, the screen.