Title Reveal! The name of our scary anthology will be…

I think the working title that garnered the most interest was

The Box Under The Bed

and I’m not sure who came up with it. Might’ve been me but I think I riffed off somebody else or somebody else came up with it entirely. If we figure it out, we’ll let you know. It’s in the comments somewhere, if anyone has a lot of free time on their hands…


that’s only PART of the deal.


if you wanna see what it’s gonna look like,

tune in tomorrow for


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2 thoughts on “Title Reveal! The name of our scary anthology will be…

    1. I agree. I wish I knew who thought of it, but I think it works.

      When you see the images, you understand the context, and if you don’t see the images it’s still intriguing enough to make you curious.

      Lets hope readers agree!

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