It being the Season of Witch and all that, you'll be after your free copy of local horror comic, Tales of the Oak, how else will you accurately terrify the hordes of wee Galoshans turning up at your door with your knowledge of authentic local folklore? And what of you even more unfortunate souls, who do not live in Greenock with easy access to the terrifying Dutch Gable House?
Well, for a short period of time, you should be able to find copies in Quarriers Village at The Three Sisters Bake, in Port Glasgow at 7 /12 John Wood Street, from this weekend at Glasgow's Steampunk Cafe and there will also be copies available at Greenock Waterfront Cinema All Night Horror Marathon.
If you are interested in having a few copies of Tales of the Oak to distribute at a Halloween Event, let us know... email@example.com
After that, well. the final free physical copies will be given out at The Dutch Gable House during November at Book Week Scotland Events...then...it will be too late...all too late...
And if you just can't get enough of scary Inverclyde stories, you may enjoy our fundraising ebook A Nip in The Air, available for kindle.