Monsters Unleashed!

We’ve got enough of what scares you. I put together a monstrous collection of books for, a dozen tales of werewolves, zombies, dinosaurs, bloodthirsty serial killers, vampires, and more. Who wants candy for Halloween?—this is a better treat.

Monsters Unleashed! A dozen monster books, and you name your own price.

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I’ve done quite a few bundles before, so you probably already know how it works. Pay whatever you feel the books are worth, and you decide how much of the money goes to the authors, to a charity (the Challenger Center for Space Science Education, in this case), or to administration costs to keep running. Pay a minimum of $5 and get the basic six books—that’s half a dozen monsters. For $15 or more, you get all twelve books. They are delivered immediately, in whichever eBook format you prefer. DRM free.

You want werewolves? Check out Julie Frost’s Pack Dynamics and Douglas Smith’s The Wolf at the End of the World.

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Prehistoric monsters? Try Jurassic Dead by David A. Sakmyster and Rick Chesler and Mammoth Dawn by Kevin J. Anderson and Gregory Benford.

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You want occult forces and investigations? We have The Love-Haight Casefiles by Jean Rabe and Donald J. Bingle, Working Stiff: The Cases of Dan Shamble, Zombie, P.I. by Kevin J. Anderson, and For This Is Hell by Aaron Rosenburg and Steven Savile.

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Horrific killers that make Hannibal Lecter look like a lightweight? There’s Empty Rooms by Jeffrey J. Mariotte and Helmet Head by Michael A. Baron.

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Or just plain scary weirdness? Matt Forbeck’s Monster Academy, Josh Vogt’s Enter the Janitor, and Keith R.A. DeCandido’s Cayo Hueso.

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The Monsters Unleashed Storybundle runs for only 3 weeks, from October 15-November 6. You can keep them under your bed, until you take them out to read. Help indie authors, help the Challenger Center, and have a good read while you're at it.


Source: Kevin's Blog

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