The world is a wasteland.Well, it’s mostly a wasteland. New Orleans is a swamp. Dallas is a jungle. Mount Rushmore is still there, but all the Presidents have been turned into muppets. No one’s really checked on Canada. But, no, for the most part, the world is a wasteland. Danger is everywhere.Savage raiders, mindless mutants, super intelligent animals, cannibals, dangerous vegetation and people just generally being jerks to one another. The post-apocalyptic world is full of terrors and generally terrible people.New Hope is a town struggling to survive. Actually, they’re doing pretty good considering the world blew up around them. They’ve got a functioning government, a decent amount of food and a couple of kickball teams with a healthy rivalry. But, now, an army of ruthless raiders is heading their way to destroy their little piece of the apocalypse.Their only hope is a man called the Librarian.Okay, not really. There’s another guy named Logan that’s much less awkward, tougher looking and probably much better at protecting people than the Librarian. Even his dog looks mean. But, either Logan or the Librarian will have to face the horrors of the apocalypse to save the people of New Hope from a fate worse than the end of the world.The Duck & Cover series is filled with all of the action, adventure and sweet, sweet violence you’d expect after the apocalypse. But there’s more to Armageddon than fast cars, hot women and wearing old tires as shoulder pads. (Though there are certainly those things.) Read the first book in the series now. It’s the end of the world as you’ve never known it. Vicious raiders and super smart bears. Overgrown cities and reluctant road warriors. It’s the end of the world as you’ve never known it.For the people of New Hope, post-apocalyptic life has been pretty good. It’s quiet and there’s significantly less traffic. But, now an army of savage raiders is threatening their peaceful existence with a giant death truck and they’re going to need a post-apocalyptic warrior to help. As luck would have it, two warriors have come looking for work. Logan is hired to protect the town while Jerry and his mastiff are turned away to face the perils of the wasteland. Did they choose the right man for the job? How smart are these bears? What the hell is a death truck? Find out in Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors, a laugh-out-loud look at the apocalypse that’s been called “Mad Max meets Monty Python.” Read it today.