Surviving the Evacuation, 8: Anglesey is out now in Audiobook narrated by Tim Bruce
(Please note, this story includes characters and events first introduced in the prequel stories Here We Stand: Infected & Here We Stand: Divided - both out now in audiobook)
Eight months after the outbreak, Bill Wright is trapped in Ireland. Surrounded by the undead, low on food and lower on water, he's been in this situation before. Unlike before, help is only a rifle-shot away. While waiting for the rescue he is sure will come, he records the turbulent events since his last entry.
The Welsh island of Anglesey has become a sanctuary for survivors from across the zombie-infested world. It has electricity, wheat, and not much else. Medicines and ammunition, seeds and fertilizer, books and batteries, and so much more are needed if this last bastion of civilization is to survive. Scavenging expeditions depart for Svalbard, Liverpool, and the southern Atlantic, but a discovery is made far nearer, one which will change the fate of all those who have come to call Anglesey home.
Set on Anglesey, in Bangor and Caernarfon, and in the Republic of Ireland, this is the next volume of Bill Wright's journals. Please note that there is a two-part prequel which chronicles Sholto's escape from an undead America: Infected (Here We Stand, book one) and Divided (book two) are available as audiobooks now.
Book 9: Ireland is currently being recorded, we hope to have it finished by 20th July.
Audible UK: http://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Sci-Fi-Fantasy/Anglesey-Audiobook/B073K2KVSQ/
Audible .com: https://www.audible.com/pd/Sci-Fi-Fantasy/Anglesey-Audiobook/B073KJLWWZ?qid=1499190395&sr=1-1
Amazon UK : http://amzn.to/2teastB
Amazon. com: http://amzn.to/2tdW18S
(It should be available on other Amazon sites in the next few days & on iTunes later tonight)
Book 11 is mostly finished, I'm adding depth and detail to the story now, and will have it published in late July, maybe August. (As per usual, I'm still undecided about the title. I was going to call it 'An Empty Country', though I'm now veering towards 'Dark Days'. If I can't settle on one soon, I'll use a geographical reference. As more of the story takes place in this city rather than anywhere else, I'd call it 'Birmingham'.)
Enjoy the audiobook, and happy Independence Day to Captain Devine and everyone else who celebrates it.