Giveaway: Whispers from the Abyss

WhispersAbyssOne year is almost over, and a new one is about to begin. What better way to celebrate this transition than with tentacles? Lest Old Gods be forgot… and all that. In the spirit of wishing you all a tentacular New Year, I’m giving away not one, but two copies of Whispers from the Abyss, an anthology full of Lovecraftian madness penned by the likes of Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Nick Mamatas, Tim Pratt & Greg Van Eekhout, Erika Satifka, and me! Drop a note in the comments by January 3rd, and the random number generator will pick a pair of winners. Good luck!

ETA: The random number generator has declared Bogi Takacs and Isabel the winners!

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18 Responses to Giveaway: Whispers from the Abyss

  1. …how on earth I missed hearing about this, I do not know, but thank you for correcting my oversight!

  2. Sarah Scharnweber

    I love books! I would love to get a copy!

  3. Margo-Lea Hurwicz

    I’ve been following many of the authors on Twitter. I’ve read Nick’s Starve Better, and several short stories by Silvia. Just got Signal to Noise. So, although I have my doubts about Lovecraft’s personal world view, I’m intrigued by this collection. Count me in.

  4. Ooh, sounds great. And evil. Yes.

  5. Need some good weird fiction for the new year :)

  6. Jennifer

    Whoa this book looks amazing; I want to win!

  7. I’d love to read this collection! Very intriguing.

    • The random number generator has declared you a winner! Drop me an email at a.c.wise (at) hotmail.com with the address where you’d like your copy sent.

  8. Sounds great; I likewise don’t know how I missed this earlier.

  9. Sounds like a fun (and creepy) collection!

  10. I’d be in!! Sounds interesting :)

    • The random number generator has declared you a winner! Drop me an email at a.c.wise (at) hotmail.com with the address where you’d like your copy sent.

  11. Looks like a fantastic collection! Want! :D

  12. Barry King

    Count me in!

  13. H Lynnea Johnson

    Oooh, this book looks awesome! Definitely a to-read!

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