Competition: Win A Copy Of The Haynes Zombie Survival Manual!
If this crazy year has taught us anything, it’s that the likelihood of a zombie apocalypse is probably not as far fetched as we think. Hey, if a reality tv star can become president, all bets are off!
In the event of your friends inviting you round for brrrainnnsss rather than a quick cup of tea, it might be useful to have some sort of guide to help you navigate this precarious social situation. Luckily the nice folk at Haynes have produced the ‘Zombie Survival Owners Apocalypse Manual‘. A handy guide on what to do if confronted by the undead, and how to flourish in a post-apocalyptic world. Accompanied by illustrations, maps, diagrams and step-by-step instructions, the manual is essential reading for those interested in protecting themselves, their families and society at large from the living dead.
For iPhone users, there’s also an app version of the book which you can download for FREE from the iTunes store. For more info, visit www.zombiesurvivalapp.com.
How To Win A Copy Of The Haynes Zombie Survival Guide Book
For those of you who are a bit more old school, we have 3 copies of the book version of the Haynes Zombie Survival Guide to give away! All you have to do is 1 (or all 3!) of the following:
1. Leave a comment on the post below saying why you should win.
You can just say you want to win, or… be a bit more creative with your answer, and tell me why I should pick you to win! ?
2. Go to our Facebook Page. Like the page, and leave a comment on the post saying why you want to win.
3. Hop onto Twitter and retweet the following:
Retweet to win a copy of the Haynes Zombie Survival Guide Book! @geektown http://wp.me/p10pHL-6U4
The competition closes on 18th December 2016 and is open to UK residents aged 16 or over.
There will be 3 winners picked from entries on geektown.co.uk, Facebook or Twitter.
By entering you are agreeing to the rules of this competition. Full rules can be read here.
Dave has over 20 years experience in the digital industry, and is founder and editor of Geektown. Obviously a huge geek himself, he can often be found in front of the latest tv show or movie, on various video games, or with his head in a comic book.