‘Breaking News: an Autozombiography’ now available on Amazon & Kindle

Whether you were plain lucky just simply plucky, you obviously survived the zombie apocalypse. If you were really cunning, you would have salvaged a generator or, like us here on Cissbury Ring found a crank-handled mobile recharger. If you were unbelievably fortunate, you may have found a computer that wasn’t covered in zombie pus, or in our case a battered iPhone.

So what’s the likelihood of a mobile phone tower or a nest of underground Internet servers still working? Well, pretty good, if you consider that we are now in contact with more than 200 other survivors around the world courtesy of the fragmented old Twitter network.

As of today – thanks to the powers-that-be – you too can obtain a copy of Baron Cissbury’s account of the zombie apocalypse that engulfed us all via the shattered infrastructure of that online bookstore Amazon. Remember that? Its available on a Kindle device here and in print here, although how the print version will get delivered is a mystery.

I do know of a few copies that have been smuggled over the zombie-infested fields and woodland of England and even overseas, so there may be hope for you yet…

About N.J. Hallard

N.J. Hallard was born in England in 1975. He lives with his wife and child on the West Sussex coast. He enjoys cooking and telling tall tales.
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3 Responses to ‘Breaking News: an Autozombiography’ now available on Amazon & Kindle

  1. Pingback: Tweets that mention ‘Breaking News: an Autozombiography’ now available on Amazon & Kindle « NJHallard – Baron Cissbury -- Topsy.com

  2. floridapossum says:

    Hey! Your book finally arrived in Canada today. I am so excited to read it. Haven’t been feeling well, oh dear, I guess I’ll have to stay in bed and read! 🙂

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