Win ‘Breaking News: an Autozombiography’ in time for Christmas

Christmas isn’t what it used to be, let’s face it. Do you remember when supermarkets unsubtly put Christmas crackers up for sale at the end of August? What about photocopying your arse at all those office parties? Or watching Christmas TV through a fug of egg-nog and turkey-sweats?

Happy times indeed, but whatever Christmas means to you today in the post-apocalyptic zombie-pus-encrusted winter landscape, you can enter the Baron’s competition to win a signed copy of ‘Breaking News: an Autozombiography’ for Christmas, and it couldn’t be easier!

Simply leave a comment at the end of this post, and the winner will be drawn and announced on Christmas Eve, at 1800 GMT. Delivery will be attempted in the New Year! Good luck!

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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11 Responses to Win ‘Breaking News: an Autozombiography’ in time for Christmas

  1. Jarza_Quinntes says:

    Now here is a great way to ring in a new year with a great zombie apocalypse story. What is the best post zombie apocalypse gift? Maybe a leaded bat or some other useful hand weapon.

  2. Is there a better way to spend Christmas than winning a copy of “Breaking News: an Autozombiography” ?
    No I don’t think so! It’ll keep you good company in those long, cold winter nights.

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  4. Megan says:

    Oh Christmas time. I tell you, I’m so effing sick of Christmas. When the plague hit here, it was early November, like it is now. All the stores had already decked their halls up past the ceiling, trying desperately to extend the Q1 sales boost. Then the plague hit and now, nothing but shabby Christmas decorations for the rest of time. If I eat one more stale Christmas cookie, I think I’ll probably kill something just for the hell of it. Worst of all, I once saw a mall Santa zombie. Talk about perverting one’s childhood. That guy was scary enough when he was just an out of work alcoholic/borderline pedophile. Now he’d probably try to eat you.

    So, yeah. Eff Christmas.

  5. Adrian says:

    Winning a signed copy of ’Breaking News: an Autozombiography’ would be a great way to end 2010.

  6. Swands says:

    Count me in on this awesome contest! Will it be signed in blood?

    • NJHallard says:

      Ha! No, but luckily for the winner I salvaged a black Sharpie which I’ll be using to sign the book. I nearly had to take someone’s hand off yesterday because they looked like they might be thinking about asking to borrow it.

  7. Davey Hatesmith says:

    Ammo makes a good Christmas gift. As do edible animals (preferably cute ones).

  8. Steven Adams says:

    I’m definitely up for a signed copy of your book. I was hoping it would be signed in blood or at least that there’d be a splatter of zombie pus on the cover.

  9. grizzly1uk says:

    Hey bro, glad to see y ou back in action, we are coping in the shires, I have plenty of weapons and ammo if you need it, may you and yours be safe and well this christmas.

  10. heikemargot says:

    I so would love a copy of your book – but how will it be delivered? Too many hordes of the walking dead out here, how will I know it is a living delivery boy/girl? And how will they get through? They can’t go through the old city centre, too much danger. Maybe I shouldn’t win, there is life at stake. Is your book worth that? Anyway, should I get one than just tell them to be careful and watch out for zombies in the ditches, they’ve gotten quite clever here. Wishing you a very peaceful Christmas, hopefully alive and without nasty visitors. Remember how Christmas used to be? Without guns? With lots of food? Oh well, lets make the best of what we have!

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