105 Lovecraftian tales: “Lovecraft eZine” 2012 AND 2011 Kindle/Nook megapacks now available!

Cover by Jethro Lentle, logos by Leslie Herzfeld

Cover by Jethro Lentle, logos by Leslie Herzfeld

For those who aren’t aware, the Lovecraft eZine 2011 AND 2012 megapacks are now available for your Kindle or Nook!  Purchasing these two megapacks is an easy way to catch up on past issues.

The 2012 megapack alone contains 65 stories.  Think about that — sixty-five quality Lovecraftian tales for you, for only $4.99.  And the 2011 megapack contains 40 stories, for a grand total of 105 stories for less than 10 dollars.

Stories from authors like Stephen Mark Rainey, W.H. Pugmire, Molly Tanzer, William Meikle, Edward Morris, Brett J. Talley, Peter Rawlik, Joseph S. Pulver Sr., and dozens more!

If you’re here, then more than likely you know that the stories published in The Lovecraft eZine are incredible — but don’t take my word for it.  Check out the reviews on Amazon!

Each megapack is only $4.99, and you’ll be able to carry 105 Lovecraftian stories around with you everywhere you go!

To purchase the megapacks, click on your country or region below.  And… thank you.  Purchasing the megapacks goes a long way towards supporting The Lovecraft eZine.

Issues #10 through #20 – The 2012 issues
Kindle edition available at Amazon: USUKDEFRESITJPINCABR
Nook/epub edition: click here

Issues #1 through #9 – The 2011 issues
Kindle edition available at Amazon: USUKDEFRESITJPINCABR
Nook/epub edition: click here

Enjoy.  And remember: The 2012 megapack contains the October 2012 issue, which was a tribute to Roger Zelazny’s A Night In the Lonesome October.  If you’re a fan of that book, you’ll love those stories.

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