I would like to submit a review request for the Myths and Magic Box Set (Captive Quills Press, November 21, 2017); I am specifically seeking reviews of my 30K word novella within the set, "Irene and the Witch (Afterlife #3.5)" to be posted to Amazon (we need 25 reviews in order to book certain paid ads), though reviews of the entire collection are very welcome.
I've pasted the blurb below and attached a media sheet and press release with details; I am happy to provide an e-book copy of the box set (available in Kindle/.mobi format only).
MYTHS AND MAGIC BOX SET DESCRIPTIONThere is adventure out there … if you’re brave enough to risk it.
Explore worlds of darkness, danger, and magic in sixteen exclusive fantasy and science fiction novels and novellas, available for a limited time. There are tough choices to be made and dastardly villains to outwit in this breath-taking collection that will have you on the edge of your seat.Plucky heroes and devastating anti-heroes face off against demons, spirits, shifters, witches, and more in this limited-edition arrangement that features a satisfying combination of epic fantasy, science fiction, romance, urban fantasy, sword and sorcery, and more!
The Myths and Magic Box Set features 16 Science Fiction and Fantasy Novels by New York Times, USA Today, and Award-winning and Break Out Authors
IRENE AND THE WITCH DESCRIPTION
Party girl Irene Dunphy thought being dead was bad and being stuck in purgatory even worse, but when her attempts to return to the land of the living as a guardian angel are derailed by a soul-stealing witch, she quickly learns there are things even more terrible than death. [this is a stand-alone excerpt of the forthcoming fourth book in my Afterlife series, titled Whenafter]
The MYTHS AND MAGIC Box Set is just $0.99 during release week (until 11/29) and then increases to $2.99.
Terri Bruce is the author of the paranormal/contemporary fantasy “Afterlife” series, which includes Hereafter (Afterlife #1) and Thereafter (Afterlife #2), as well as numerous short stories in various anthologies. She has been making up adventure stories for as long as she can remember. Like Anne Shirley, she prefers to make people cry rather than laugh, but is happy if she can do either. She produces strange, hard to classify fantasy and science fiction stories from beautiful Downeast ME, where she lives with her husband and various cats. Visit her on the web at www.terribruce.net.