In Search of Epic Fantasy Reads?

 


I'm excited to share with you that THE WATCHERS OF MONIAH is part of...

A bundle so packed full of fantasy,
you’ll need a bag of holding.


Over twenty authors have joined
the International Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors (IASFA)*
in a massive book bundle to enchant readers everywhere.


If you've been waiting to check out THE WATCHERS OF MONIAH, this is the perfect opportunity for you. It's included in this incredible deal and available for a short time, so don't get caught with your eyes closed.

What Epic Fantasy Worlds Will You Find?

I'm glad you asked. 

Of course there are Watchers and telepathic giraffes, but there's also fantastic worlds where princesses are assassins, elves cavort with dragons, and orphans aren’t always what they seem. From enchanted forests to perilous seas, there’s an adventure for everyone in these stories. Over twenty exciting titles  in a bundle for much less than a dollar each. Begin your epic fantasy adventure today.

 

Books included:



This deal is available from April 19-May 9!


Check them out and please share this with your friends!


NOTE: It's come to my attention that the link to last week's crossword puzzle didn't work for some people. I have corrected the link, so if you go back to that post, it should work. Please let me know when a link doesn't work for you. I check them after the posts go live, but I don't always have the same experience as my readers.

*The International Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors (IASFA) is a professional organization focused on aligning readers with authors. We are building the organization that currently numbers over 600 authors published within the SFF genres and growing. Stay tuned as each month we’ll offer full book samplers for free along with less frequent paid book bundle promotions. Help yourself to find your next favorite author by joining the IASFA newsletter.

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