In 2011, the Centers for Disease Control published a wildly popular (and successful) blog post about preparing for a Zombie Apocalypse. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has put out a Zombie Novella (Comic Book) about the characters: Todd, Julie, and their dog Max.
Fortunately, Todd was having a bad dream.  He wakes up to a storm warning and realizes the importance of being prepared for any emergency. I liked the fact that Lisa Bedford provided baby steps, checklists, preparedness quotes, and tips along the way.  I think this breaks the book up and makes Survival Mom more fun to read.
About the Author: Lisa Bedford, aka The Survival Mom, started her blog when she realized that all the literature on survival and preparedness was written by men, for men.


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Subscribe to the FREE Survival Cache Newsletter and we'll send you a monthly email with new gear reviews, site news, survival tips, and more. It's a comic style graphic novel that chronicles the beginning of a Zombie Apocalypse, and what steps could be taken to prepare, and what items to prepare with. It was so popular, their servers were overwhelmed with the traffic.  CDC blog posts typically get traffic between 1,000 and 3,000 hits per WEEK. Daigle said that the number of the followers of the CDC's zombie apocalypse tweets was comparable to the number of followers of the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton: "We were trending yesterday!


On the evening of May 18, 2011, a few days after it was published, the post received more than 30,000 hits.  (See sidebar at bottom of this story)  See that original blog post here.



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