I’ve teamed up with eight other authors to give away a collection of nine fantasy e-books.
These are actually some of my top favorite indie authors, so I’m going to give them each a shout out because if you haven’t met them, you definitely need them in your reading lives now! The giveaway is simple: to win, you need to follow one or more authors on BookBub. Why BookBub? It’s a simple way of getting new release alerts when we publish something new… and nothing else. No newsletters, no spam, just a heads up when there’s something new to read. Scroll down to enter!
And if you’re not a BookBub user… scroll down anyway to meet these authors and discover some amazing new reads.
Rabia Gale breaks fairy tales and fuses fantasy and science fiction. She writes about flawed heroes who never give up, transformation and redemption. Her novel GHOSTLIGHT is Georgette Heyer meets gaslamp meets … demon slayers? (Read: pure awesomeness.) I also read her novella MOURNING CLOAK years ago and still think of it sometimes while lying in bed. Follow Rabia on Bookbub here.
Eli Hinze – I’ve been watching Hinze’s writing for a long time now, and I love what she’s been coming out with. THE STOLEN SUN is a Mesopotamian fantasy novella about a world where the sun has been captured and held aloft above a dying city, and the boy who hears the voice of a goddess. Follow Eli on Bookbub here.
W. R. Gingell – If you haven’t heard me rave about Gingell, we clearly haven’t been in touch enough. I love pretty much everything she’s written, from mind-bending time travel (A TIME TRAVELER’S BEST FRIEND) to epic fantasy (SHARDS OF A BROKEN SWORD) to her Two Monarchies sequence that has fairytale elements (and retellings) galore. Not to mention her new urban fantasy City Between series. Follow Gingell here.
Tara Grayce – I’ve only just discovered Tara’s writing, but I’ve enjoyed what I’ve read. She writes sweet fantasy romance (with elves! – FIERCE HEARTS) which you should definitely check out. Follow Tara here.
Suzannah Rowntree – I fell in love with Suzannah’s fairytale novellas, set in diverse worlds with fascinating characters. Her latest project (A WIND FROM THE WILDERNESS) is an epic historical fantasy set in the time of the Crusades with characters from across the religious and cultural landscape. A must read! Follow Suzannah here.
Jordan Rivet writes swashbuckling YA fantasy and post-apocalyptic science fiction. I haven’t picked up THE WATERMIGHT THIEF yet, but it’s on my TBR and I’ve definitely enjoyed other works by her. Follow Jordan here.
A.G. Marshall – If you love fairytales, you should definitely check out Marshall’s stories, from her Fairytale Adventures series to the bite-sized delights found in Once Upon A Short Story. Follow Marshall here.
Stella Dorthwany’s SAND AND STORM is also high on my TBR. I’ve heard it described as “Indiana Jones meets Harry Potter: Mages! Archaeology! Spies! Battles!” plus a big dose of Romance. She also has another series out called LEGENDARY MAGIC. Augh! So many books, so little time! Follow Stella here.
Intisar Khanani – yeah, that’s me. In case you ended up here from somewhere else, I write mighty girls and diverse worlds. The Sunbolt Chronicles follow the adventures of a street thief with a dangerous sense of honor as she sets off to save others and has to learn how to save herself. Follow me on Bookbub here.
I really hope you’ve discovered some new authors and stories to love here! Don’t forget to enter to win what promises to be a truly fantastic bundle of books.