Author Jo Lee Auburne’s New Book, 'Amanda Carter in the L.A.Z., Life After Zombies,' Is a Stunning Tale of Self-Preservation and What One Woman Finds in Herself to Live

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Recent release “Amanda Carter in the L.A.Z., life after zombies” from Page Publishing author Jo Lee Auburne is the story of a young woman who leaves to find herself and ends up in a post-apocalyptic world, learning to survive.

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Jo Lee Auburne, an avid outdoor adventurer and born storyteller, has completed her new book “Amanda Carter in the L.A.Z., life after zombies”: a striking and original take on the zombie threat, and the lengths one woman must go to in order to survive and to keep her loved ones safe.

Jo Lee says her family and friends have nicknamed her The Storyteller because of her ability to spin an imaginative and entertaining tale. She shares that she is, “...dedicated to satisfying the reader with a great story.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Jo Lee Auburne’s engaging tale focuses on Amanda Carter. Amanda had come to the city of Blythe, California, to pursue her passion of photography. She settled down on the remote outskirts of the small desert city where she had easy access to many isolated historical sites, caves, and mysteries to be uncovered that made for excellent material. At that time, she could not have imagined the event that would change the world and test her instinctual survival abilities. When the media had first begun announcing reports of an infection that was turning people into zombies, Amanda was incredulous that such a thing was possible.

The infection quickly spread. Cities were barricaded in an attempt to isolate the infection. But the measures put into place to protect the people were too late in coming. Societies, worldwide, collapsed and rapidly slid into chaos. Amanda Carter becomes one of the few survivors of this apocalyptic event. She must learn how to keep herself, and the others that she has teamed up with, safe.

Readers who wish to experience this thrilling work can purchase “Amanda Carter in the L.A.Z., life after zombies” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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