Kickstarter Spotlight – The World Next Door

Hello there!

If you follow me on Goodreads, you’re probably aware that I’m also a huge fan of comic books. I even wrote a post about all my favourite YA graphic novels a few months back (you can check it out here if you’re interested). If any of that tickled your fancy, I’m pleased to announce that my friend’s Kickstarter may be for you!

The World Next Door is a young adult graphic novel written by Maegan Cook and illustrated by Jessica Howard. It’s set in 1947 in a world not too dissimilar to our own. Well, apart from the fact that that the end of the world is fast approaching. The finished product will by 120 pages long and is perfect for fans of science fiction.

Curious? Well, if you’d like to see more you can head on over to their Kickstarter page. It’s running until 3rd August and you can snag yourself a copy of the PDF for a mere $10 (or $15 plus postage if, like me, you prefer to have a copy you can hold in your hands). It really is a scream, and you get the good karma points for supporting two independent artists!

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE KICKSTARTER PAGE

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