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‘Behind Zombie Lines’ set to display at 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

The annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is set to take place on April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, and self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet is gearing up for its third appearance at the event. This year, the company will be showcasing Collette Jackson-Fink’s thrilling sci-fi horror book, “Behind Zombie Lines.”

The festival is one of the biggest literary events in the country, attracting more than 150,000 visitors annually. ReadersMagnet is preparing to entertain attendees with a larger booth that features various fun activities and displays more book titles.

“Behind Zombie Lines” tells the story of a family’s struggle to survive a virus outbreak that is claiming the lives of millions of people worldwide. The book is centered around a grandmother, her daughter, and two grandchildren who are trying to navigate their way through a post-apocalyptic world.

The virus, which was once locked away in a secure section of a military hospital, is discovered by two medical students who were trying to find a cure for death or to prolong life. However, their experimentation backfires, and the virus ends up spreading into the atmosphere, causing a pandemic.

The book is an action-packed and fast-paced read that will have readers on the edge of their seats. With its gripping storyline, “Behind Zombie Lines” is sure to be a hit at this year’s festival.

ReadersMagnet’s CEO, Rudolph Torres, expressed his excitement about showcasing the book at the event, saying, “We are thrilled to showcase ‘Behind Zombie Lines’ at the L.A. Times Festival of Books. It’s an excellent opportunity for us to introduce Collette Jackson-Fink’s work to a wider audience and for readers to discover a gripping new book.”

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