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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Modern Dread – A Horror Anthology of Modern Anxieties

I’m always down for a good old anthology of spooky stories and there’s better time than now for one. Focusing on very real, very now sources of unease, Modern Dread wants to stir up a handful of things that currently fill our minds with fear. Don’t be afraid to head over to the Kickstarter to learn more, but be ready to get scared once you read it.

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: The 4th Monkey: An Anthology for Awareness

As fun as it is to have numerous books about superheroes, zombies and everything in between, there’s a time to bring up serious things as well. That’s exactly what our newest feature, The 4th Monkey: An Anthology for Awareness, is doing with stories that raise awareness about environmental and social issues. There’s plenty of opportunities to get back to your other stuff later, so check out the Kickstarter on this now to help bring this to everyone.

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Pixie Dust: An Epic Fantasy Hardcover Graphic Novel

Regardless of the timing, this week’s feature book would have caught my eye just based on how good it looks and sounds. With Pixie Dust funding at a time that I just started playing D&D again though, my interest level is even higher. Whether or not you’re a dungeon explorer, if you’re at least a reader of good books, then you’ll want to check out the Kickstarter for more.

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Sunmaker #1: A Frozen Apocalyptic Fantasy

The immediate reaction I always have whenever I see any kind of post apocalyptic fiction is ooohh. That being said, it was exactly my reaction when I came across Sunmaker, our spotlight project for this week. Whether a post apocalyptic fantasy appeals to you, the idea of a good looking book should be enough to send you over to the Kickstarter.

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Dized

Like with most fun things, you really just want to jump in to the actual fun part and would rather skip the rulebook. Well what if you could? This week’s spotlight is a new app that is going to help you do exactly that. Dized let’s you play right out of the box, with enjoyable tutorials that make learning the game actually fun. That sounds great to me and I’m sure many of you, so check out the Indiegogo to learn more.

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