FREE BOOKS!

If you’ve been hanging around our blog for more than five minutes, you know that we’ve been working on our spooky genre mashup for a few months now. Well, it’s here!!

Tuesday was release day, and to celebrate, we’re running a SWEET giveaway of two (2) paperback copies and one (1) ebook copy!

Blurb:
Boxes—rigid rectangular containers usually made of wood, metal, or cardboard. But what happens when boxes become more than the boring definition they’re given? When the contents become more important than their exteriors and entire journeys center around them… What happens when a box becomes your entire world?

Eight different authors deliver a genre-mashup anthology that includes dark fantasy, post-apocalyptic, game-lit, and horror short stories all centered around the same topic—a mystery box. The collection will rocket you into a space-themed video game, throw you into a fantasy world filled with undead, have you gritting your teeth in a barren, near-future wasteland, and spin you headfirst on a psychedelic trip through time. Discover a diverse cast of characters who are guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.


Although they won’t be signed due to us being authors from all different corners of the world, you can guarantee they’ll be only the best quality.

Click the image below to be forwarded to the raffle website! Good luck! You can also subscribe to this blog to have updates throughout the week!

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Want to just buy the anthology? You can do that riiiiiight here. Thanks for all of your love and support! We couldn’t do what we love without all of you.

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