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‘Breaking News: an Autozombiography’ – book arrives

‘Breaking News: an Autozombiography’
by N.J. Halllard is on sale now at lulu.com 

First-time horror author N.J.Hallard’s debut novel is a story of survival set in the year after a devastating outbreak of zombie plague wipes out most of the human race.

Set in Worthing on the south coast of England, the three-hundred-page novel – which has been four years in the writing – tells the tale of two zombie film-fans who already know what to do in the event of such an outbreak. They know what to arm themselves with and how to survive, but everyone else seems a little preoccupied! They seek shelter atop an ancient Iron Age hill fort on the West Sussex Downs and are soon joined by friends and enemies alike.

Featuring stunning original pencil artwork and prints of antiquated maps, the 115,000-word self-published ‘Autozombiography’ is available to buy, priced £12 (US$17.29), at the web address at the bottom of this release, or by visiting www.lulu.com and searching for ‘N.J. Hallard’ or ‘Autozombiography’.  It is currently undergoing an enhanced distribution process and will be available to buy on Amazon in 6 – 8 weeks.

N.J. Hallard is currently promoting the book via his Twitter account @NJHallard and on his blog http://www.njhallard.wordpress.comwhere the author tweets and posts in character and encourages fellow ‘survivors’ of the zombie plague to interact with him. The blog also contains lots of instalments of original zombie fiction and illustrations to share, post and re-tweet, as well as giveaways, polls and more.

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