Glass Rhapsody opens old wounds, but woven throughout is the healing desperately needed for the shattered souls of those left behind. It brings the story told in Of Honey and Wildfires full circle
Dark Sea’s End (Beyond Ash and Sand Book one) by Richard Nell
A wild and dangerous new world awaits…Beyond Ash and Sand.
Pawn’s Gambit: A Mortal Techniques Novel by Rob J. Hayes
Yuu’s story is a redemption arc that provides an opportunity for a lot of great character growth. Hayes delivers in spades with Yuu.
To Dream and Die as a Taniwha Girl ( Yarnsword #5) by Benedict Patrick
After a side step into another dimension with The Flight of the Darkstar Dragon, Benedict Patrick has once again graced us with another installment in his amazing Yarnsworld tales. Kaimana has defied the gods and won the freedom to spend the rest of her days travelling the collection of tropical islands she calls home. But …
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The Lessons Never Learned (The War Eternal #2) By Rob J. Hayes
This seamless epic trilogy, and rapid release publication schedule, is a dream come true for readers and reviewers alike.
Legends of the Exiles by Jesse Teller: A Cover Reveal
We are proud to reveal the cover for Jesse Teller's newest upcoming release Legends of Exiles. He has a good story to tell us about how this beautiful art came to be and without further ado, here it is in his own words: The Revealing Cover I needed to go to a place I had …
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Grim Solace: The Chasing Graves Trilogy #2 by Ben Galley
Once again, Ben Galley has hammered out a stunning book which nearly eclipses its predecessor. It’s a story which only gets better with the telling.
The Lore of Prometheus By Graham Austin-King
The Lore of Prometheus by is going to have a lot of happy readers who love their dark fantasy with an explosive edge. @grayaustin
Ghosts of Tomorrow
The children are the future. And someone is turning them into highly trained killing machines. The cover of this book had me hook, line, and sinker from the first glance. Meet Archaeidae, the deadliest assassin alive, in a state of the art military grade chassis housing the scanned mind of a fourteen year old. Nearly …
The Cover Competition for SPFBO4: Tough Choices Ahead
Are you a Cover Lover? You will find a group of 30 beautiful books put forward for the cover competition of Mark Lawrence's Self Published Fantasy Blog Off. Every year sees more and more head-turning covers gracing the books entered into the SPFBO as savvy authors are going for the gold. Watch this space for an …
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