The free to read horror ezine is doing well. We’ve received positive feedback from plenty of readers, and as much as we love it, we wonder if there’s more we could do.
What if we made the free to read ezine into a paperback? Who doesn’t like free books? Imagine Amazon Unlimited but with physical books. Logistics and shipping prevent it from being free, but what if it’s as cheap as possible?
We’re talking cheaper than a value meal at McDonald’s cheap, cheaper than buy 2 get 2 Monster Energy Drink deal. We wish we could make it 99 cents, but shipping makes that an impossible deal. What if we made it $5?
Does that sound like a good deal?
Right now we have a limited number of copies of the September issue on hand. This issue features three gruesome short stories, two articles, and fan mail.
Do you like to read horror and dark fiction? Do you hate spending money? Well guess what? Deadman’s Tome is offering Deadman’s Tome Best of the Demonic and Deadman’s Tome very first issue for free.
Deadman’s Tome very first issue was under the name Demonic Tome. As a first issue, readers should expect a certain amount of roughness. With that said, the issue contains supernatural horror, werewolves, ghost hunting, and chilling dark fiction. If you like Stranger Things and Stephen King elements, then you ought to consider giving this issue a read. Why not? It’s free!
We’re also giving away Deadman’s Tome Best of the Demonic – a collection of horror tales and dark fiction picked by readers and editors. This issue contains an assortment of speculative horror and supernatural horror.
No matter who you are, no matter where you were, 9/11 was a devastating and soul shocking moment. The fact that the destruction was allowed to take place revealed just how vulnerable the West really is. The twin towers shattered and collapsed like our confidence and sense of security. Battered, bruised and with angered hearts, just about everyone demanded revenge. We sent our brave men and women into a warzone that was created through broken promises, failed deals, and resentment.
Honestly reflecting on 9/11 is a sobering experience. In recognition to the dreadful terror attack that reshaped the world into what it is today, Deadman’s Tome is giving away free ebooks of March to the Grave – the horrors of war themed issue all week (from 9/11 – to 9/17).
July 2008, a sinister collection of gruesome tales is released under the banner Demonic Tome. These stories were originally offered for free directly from a site that no longer exists. This issue was lost and forgotten, until it was discovered by a historian that wishes to be anonymous. This brave sole found the July 2008 edition of Demonic Tome, and with his help, we’ve revamped the issue.
Deadman’s Tome July 2008 edition is reformatted and improved so that it will read better on Kindle devices and smartphones (obviously with the kindle app).
Buy a copy today for .99c or tweet at MrDeadmanDT to get a free digital copy. It’s not about the money. It’s about sharing the content. And this issue has some very potent stories. One in particular is so brutal even I had to walk away for a bit.
Enjoy Deadman’s Tome Krampus Christmas for FREE on Christmas Eve. Whether you enjoy or loath the holidays, Krampus Christmas has something for you. Dark and demented tales that twist the meaning of the season. This anthology has quickly become something of a favorite to many and has received glorious 5-star reviews. And while Deadman’s Tome Krampus Christmas retails for $2.99, you can enjoy it for free.
It’s the month of Halloween, and the second installment of the Book of Horror series has finally arrived. This anticipated horror anthology features ten terrifying tales of absolute horror. Blackmouth by Alessandro Martinez opens with a gruesome short of body deformation with H.P. Lovecraft undertones, while The Valley of Sex by Joseph Rubas delves even deeper into the lovecraftian influence. The Woman in Red by B Thomas explores the dark mystery of Jack the Ripper, while The Adler Street Boarding House by Kelly Evans offers a unique perspective on the infamous lady killer.
Book of Horrors II is available on Amazon and can be read on Amazon Kindle or any device that supports the Kindle Reader app. For those interested in a print copy, Book of Horrors II will be the first Deadman’s Tome anthology available in print later this year. The digital copy is cheaper and delivers a dose of horror at the click of a button.
Want a free copy? Well, tweet me (@MrDeadmanDT) with #BookofHorrors and you might win a free copy of the Book of Horrors II