The Best-of-2015 Collection from ImmerseOrDie

imageCountless best-of-the-year book reviews will tell you what titles they liked in 2015, but at ImmerseOrDie, our year-end roundup goes all the way to eleven. We’re not just going to tell you about them—we’ve actually put together a deal that will let you own them. And at a crazy price, too. No, really. We’re just going to let you decide how much to pay, and everybody knows you’re crazy.

So now, with a single cackle of dementia, you can support four great institutions: the rare minority of authors who are stomping the suck out of indie publishing; two very deserving literacy charities; and the good folks here at ImmerseOrDie. And you pick up some great indie books for your reading collection in the bargain.

Now how much bang is that for your buck?

Of more than 200 titles that crossed my treadmill last year, only 20 survived the full 40 minute trial. And of those few, only 7 went on to survive the full read to qualify for this collection.

So how would I characterize these 7 glittering champions? Well, from where I’m standing, 2015 was a year of darkness. Delicious, quivering darkness. We seem to have hit a mother lode of dark groaning underbellies here. Whether your bag is horror, paranormal, fantasy, or science fiction, we have something grim from every department. And in the spirit of letting you judge the judge, I’m throwing in the first two books of my Finding Tayna series as well.

So if you’re itching to get in on this, or even if you just want to see who those glittering champions were, head on over to StoryBundle.

And remember, it all comes with the simple ImmerseOrDie promise: Guaranteed not to suck.

Three Tales for Christmas, by Steph Bennion (40:00)
The Vampire of Northanger, by Bryce Anderson (40:00)

About the author

Jefferson Smith is a Canadian fantasy author, as well as the founder, chief editor and resident proctologist of ImmerseOrDie. With a PhD in Computer Science and Creativity Systems compounded by a life spent exploring most art forms for fun and profit, he is underqualified in just about everything. That’s why he writes.