A bundle so packed full of fantasy,
we needed the elves to assemble it.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) joins with 12 different Authors in a massive storybundle to twist time and space with magic, blade, and wit. Featuring Annie Bellet, Lindsay Buroker, Jeffe Kennedy, Ursula Vernon, and more.
This bundle includes one of my books, Al-Kabar, and I’m excited to offer this great deal to you: https://storybundle.com/fantasy
StoryBundle is a way for people to discover quality books written by indie authors. You know how it’s always hard to find something good to read? StoryBundle can solve that. We take a handful of books and group them together to offer as a bundle. Then you, the reader, take a look at the titles we’ve chosen and decide how much you’d like to pay. We mean it; you set the price that you pay for the primary titles or kick in a little extra and reap the bonanza with all the books!
These books come with the basic bundle:
Blade & Rose by Miranda Honfleur:
Miranda Honfleur’s Blade & Rose’s begins with a mismatch romance and blossoms into an adventure that is nothing short of epic. Rielle earns the title of kickass Heroine over and over again despite her flaws.
Amaskan’s Blood by Raven Oak:
A fantasy adventure with a sharp edge. I hope you find Adelei and Ida as compelling lead characters as I did. There’s so much going on, don’t try to skim this book. Read it and savor it like a well-aged single malt Scotch.
Genrenauts, Complete Season One by Michael R. Underwood:
Genrenauts is a tough book to classify. Its heroes don’t simply exist within a story, they travel into stories! Trouble is they have to edit them from the inside while dodging bullets figurative (romance world) or real (hello scifi world). Strap in for a meta adventure to save the Tropes!
The Twenty-Sided Sorceress, Books 1-3 by Annie Bellet:
A fantastic deal, the first three books in Annie Bellet’s wildly popular, bestselling Twenty-Sided Sorceress urban fantasy series, this omnibus includes Justice Calling, Murder of Crows, and Pack of Lies. With a deft and original interweaving of role-playing games and magic, this series has delighted and captivated readers.
Ashwin by Kit Rocha:
Kicking off a new phase in the epic and much-loved post-apocalyptic urban fantasy cycle by Kit Rocha, Ashwin introduces the people of Sector One, and the ragtag collection of misfits seeking shelter there—and absolution following terrible deeds. With a brotherhood of guardian warriors, priestesses and healers, this story takes readers on a blood-stirring ride for redemption.
Bonus Books included with an additional contribution:
The Arrows of the Heart by Jeffe Kennedy:
This is a beautifully crafted tale of love and sacrifice. The poignant duet between magic and mundane echoes from the first page to the last. I’m not a fan of shifter romance, but this lush fantasy goes so far beyond werewolves that I’ll be watching for the sequel.
The Dragon Blood Chronicles by Lindsay Buroker:
A delightfully entertaining tale drawing together the worlds of magic and steampunk into a romantic adventure. The characters pull you into their story and help you lose yourself, as you imagine watching them triumph over adversity, finding love along the way.
Radiance by Grace Draven:
Grace Draven’s brilliant, bestselling opening to the Wraith Kings fantasy romance series has dazzled readers with its tale of a human woman married to a Kai warrior. She learns to find a way past his razor sharp teeth and fearsome claws and together they forge an alliance that provides a guiding light for both their peoples.
The Raven and the Reindeer by Ursula Vernon:
Ursula Vernon’s writing under her adult penname T. Kingfisher continues to prove why she is among my favorite authors with the Raven and the Reindeer. This retelling of the classic Snow Queen fairy tale is equal parts humor and pathos with character that are sheer delight.
Catching Echoes by Meghan Ciana Doidge:
Meghan Ciana Doidge deftly manages to create a world with depth and color that clearly shows the stories going on just out of sight, just like the real world. This book is easily one of the most captivating urban fantasy novels I’ve read in years.
Al-Kabar by Lee French:
Lee French’s Al-Kabar is a rollicking adventure fantasy set in a richly imagined world inspired by medieval Arabia. Fakhira must like the phoenix rise from the ashes of her village and learn to harness the powers bequeathed to her by the mysterious Waters. Action and romance in a unique desert setting!
The Glass Gargoyle by Marie Andreas:
Marie Andreas writes a raucous and exciting world that grabs you by the shirt and drags you into the bar brawl the protagonist’s life has become. This book and the characters in it don’t let up, so hang on.