Twenty Hours of Nail-Biting Horror for $9.99 from Collective Inkwell

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The first two seasons of critically acclaimed serial fiction title Yesterday's Gone are now available as a combined bundle for $9.99, a discount of over 15% on buying the two seasons separately.

Yesterday's Gone by Platt & Wright

Our readers are paying less than fifty cents an hour for the pleasure of reading one of the best rated ebook thrillers on Amazon.

The first two seasons of critically acclaimed serial fiction title Yesterday's Gone are now available as a combined bundle for $9.99, a discount of over 15% on buying the two seasons separately.

Totalling twelve episodes, the two seasons of nailbiting post-apocalytic horror have over 250 five-star reviews betweeh them.

Yesterday's Gone, by indie published duo Sean Platt and David Wright, first launched in July 2011 and recently concluded its third season. Season four due out summer 2013.

It tells the post-apocalyse story of a few people waking up one morning to discover empty homes, empty streets and empty cities. Everyone else has disappeared, and something - or someone - is out there, watching the ragamuffin team of survivors.

Bought separately, the novel-length seasons are priced $5.99, equivalent to $11.98 for the first two seasons. The new price represents a saving of $1.99.

"Our aim has always been to reach as many readers as possible by writing quality fiction at a price everyone can afford," Platt said. "That's why we offer a full season of six episodes for $5.99. Individually, the episodes cost $2.99 each, equivalent to almost 18 dollars per season.

"We hope our readers will agree with us that snapping up two seasons for $9.99 is an absolute steal."

David Wright, Platt's co-writer, added, "An average reader takes around 10 hours to get through a Yesterday's Gone season.

"That makes two seasons equivalent to 20 hours reading. Our readers are paying less than fifty cents an hour for the pleasure of reading one of the best rated ebook thrillers on Amazon.

"Where else can you get that much top-notch entertainment bang for your hard earned buck?"

Since Yesterday's Gone launched Platt and Wright, published by indie imprint Collective Inkwell, have built up a loyal following of readers who devour everything they write. The duo's gut-wrenching style and cliff-hanger finales keep readers hooked.

The new price for Yesterday's Gone comes just days after Platt and Wright launched their latest serial, Monstrous.

The psychological thriller, published by Amazon's ebook imprint, 47North, tells the story of embittered comedian Henry Black as he journeys through the underworld in a bid to see his family just one last time.

Other serial fiction written by Platt and Wright includes Z 2134, ForNevermore, and Available Darkness.

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