Welcome to Oblivion – OFFICIAL TRAILER



Hello to the Writing Community! Do we have any bestselling horror authors and experts of the genre here? I’m looking to garner editorial reviews for Welcome to Oblivion, due for publication on September 29th. Editorial Reviewers will get an advance copy of the novel and be asked to read and send back a review that would then appear in the “Editorial Reviews” section of the book’s main Amazon page.

I am also looking to recruit ARC readers (basically anyone who loves a good, scary story) who will also read the novel prior to publication. But these readers will be asked to leave a review on Amazon as soon as the book is published.

If you are interested in being an editorial or ARC reader, please email me at, and I will send along more details!



Have you previously purchased a copy of one of my published books? Want a chance to win a FREE copy of my upcoming novel, Welcome to Oblivion?


1. Grab your copy of my novel and take a selfie (paperback or e-book)
2. Post the selfie to Facebook, Instagram, and/or Twitter (ONE entry per social media platform posted)
3. Do you have more than one of my books? Post a separate selfie with a different book! (up to SIX more entries)
4. Be sure to TAG the author in EACH post:
5. Don’t have a copy yet? BUY yours (link below) and follow the above instructions!
So, you have a chance at up to NINE entries into this contest (three books, three social media platforms), which will continue through September 30th.
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Click HERE to buy your copies! 

Eric Woods resides in Springfield, Illinois and has been writing since grade school. The author of 10 full length stage plays, his first novel PUMMELED was published in June of 2018. He is in the process of finishing his second novel, the horror story DRAGON’S BLOOD which is scheduled for release in October 2019. Eric has been a local freelance writer since 2005, writing for such outlets as Springfield Business Journal Illinois and SO Magazine. He serves as a tour guide for the Lincoln Ghost Walk in Springfield and was a collegiate speech and debate coach for seven years. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English and a Master’s Degree in Communication from the University of Illinois Springfield.

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