Firbolg Publishing announces launch of Generous platform

Firbolg Publishing proudly announces the launch of the Generous e-commerce platform for our online store Generous is a Portland, Oregon-based company leading the future of the online business sales...

Firbolg Publishing

proudly announces the launch of the

Generous e-commerce platform

for our online store

Generous is a Portland, Oregon-based company leading the future of the online business sales model. Sure, you can buy books (and any other thing) from a lot of online retail locations. Some offer great deals on shipping. Others offer quantity. What makes Generous so different is that it offers hope.

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Every time you make a purchase through the Generous platform (and boy is it easy), you automatically make a donation to charity. Firbolg Publishing supports animal charities, and a percentage of every sale is donated to organizations dedicated to helping animals, such as the World Wildlife Fund. We help musicians in need, environmental causes, and the protection of civil liberties. The best part? You pick your price! We have package deals or single books, and there’s always the charitable donation behind every sale.

Buy directly from Firbolg Publishing and give back. Horror books that help end the real horrors… there’s nothing better.

 

 

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Alex Scully is a historian of Irish Identity and the Victorian Era. Her research into the dusty tomes often intersects with the Gothic literature of the 1800s. There are dark secrets in the stories, poems, and novels of centuries past; secrets that have yet to be revealed to modern audiences. Yet the haunting charm and sinister fears that transcend time, so masterfully captured by the Gothic masters, live on in a new generation of writers. Our nightmares are not as far removed from the terrible undercurrents of Victorian society as we might want them to be. The past and present, side by side, are mirror images of the same ghastly face. All historians know one cannot forget the past. Nor can one ignore the present. Look them both in the eye and be afraid. Be very afraid.
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