WOMM helps land apocalyptic novel on New York Times best-seller list

12/31/2012 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

When little-known writer Hugh Howey self-published a short story in e-book form in 2011, it garnered rave reviews and readers hungry for more. So Howey wrote further installments to "Wool," a futuristic tale about a small band of humans who survived a chemical plague by living in an underground silo. The word-of-mouth that helped make "Wool" famous online also helped vault it onto the New York Times best-seller list after its publication as a cohesive volume.

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