You’re right. It should be free.

And so, for a limited time, it shall be FREE.

Fauxpocalypse is currently being featured on Story Cartel, and you can download a copy of the book… for…  FREE!  That’s zip, zero, nadda, nothing.  Did I mention FREE?

All those stories.  All the drama.  The love.  The action.  The mystery.

FreeFreeFreeFreeFree.

Your money is no good.  (“Nobody drink the beer, the beer has gone bad.” – Can’t Hardly Wait.  Anybody?  Anybody?  Okay, moving on.)  We don’t want your money.  Though, we wouldn’t mind a review or two or twenty, anywhere and everywhere you can post a quick word about it.

Oh, and before I forget, have I already said it is FREE!?

So, pop on over to Story Cartel (http://storycartel.com/books/fauxpocalypse) and pick up your FREE copy of the book.

What are you waiting for?

Do you need a reminder of what Fauxpocalypse is all about?

Here you go:

“Life on Earth is predicted to end on 15 July 2015. But the oncoming megatons of rock and ice break up shortly before impact. Now humanity must live in a world most believed would not exist. Across the planet, people are haunted by the future they did not fear, and even those who did not embrace death must face the consequences of others’ decisions.

A collection of twelve stories about rebuilding hope.”

So…  FREE.  And Awesome.  And FREE!  Why haven’t you already popped over and gotten your FREE copy?

Did I take it too far?

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27 thoughts on “You’re right. It should be free.

    • What? I don’t know that? (Aughghghghhhhhhh – Sorry, couldn’t help the Monty Python moment.)
      I’m not sure it matters. There may be a review section on Story Cartel (I’m not sure), or you could probably just write a review on Goodreads or Amazon or… anywhere really. I think the point is they want you to just spread the word about the book somewhere.

      • That’s what I gathered – I’ve never used Story Cartel before, so I was kind of overwhelmed when I went to check it out. Most reviews from previous books there are on Amazon, though, of course, it’s difficult to know which were directly influenced by Cartel. I don’t think the site has any check, either.

    • Story Cartel usually asks for reviews on Amazon, though a Goodreads or blog review would be greatly appreciated, as well. 🙂 Really the point of Story Cartel is to spread the word about the book, so as long as you’re talking about it, we’re happy!

  1. I highly recommend this collection of amazing short stories.This project could not have been achieved prior to the internet. The writers met on line with a common purpose to write stories about the apocalypse which wasn’t. The stories range from several genres, tones and content. Read It It’s good for you

  2. lol thanks for the compliment – but I’m not in the caliber of the authors in the collection. It’s just a great ending to the book. Anyway I would never flaunt my own work 😀

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