HEROES WANTED Anthology Author Sale
In the Heroes Wanted Anthology, twenty fantasy authors banded together to explore what it means to be a hero. Be they half-demons with a choice to make, Dwarven metalsmiths, or even ratmen necromancers questioning their life choices, heroes come in all shapes, sizes, and species. And after winning a Stabby over on r/fantasy and remaining in the top FREE fantasy anthology downloads for almost two months straight, we’d like to say thank you with a sale.
So for the next two weeks, 13 novels by Heroes Wanted authors will be on sale on Amazon for $.99 or £.99. Our sale kicks off this January 22nd with the following books:
Jeramy Goble (The Dwarven Dragon)
Acorilan’s monarchs are bred to die, and Jularra’s turn draws near. Fueled by wine and rage, she lives in the shadow of a malignant entity’s death-pact. While burdened with the expectation of an early death, she is also tested by a starving populace, and by political vultures on her borders. Having little control over her fate, Jularra prepares to succumb to the cruel covenant. Can the discovery of a long-lost power allow her to finally break the bonds of dark magic that have tormented her family for centuries?
Savage witchcraft and brutal warfare drive this gripping tale of how one woman’s magical roots can flourish despite centuries of an ancient evil’s bloody oppression.
Jeffery Hall (Small Teachers)
In the forest there is no darker magic than nature.
Ati “Wish” Bibango, greatest ranger in all of Fangmora, has a knack for getting things done. By blade and blood he’s developed a reputation as the man to see when there is dangerous work that needs completing in the shadowy, magic-infested jungle that is slowly tearing the kingdom to pieces. Shunned by society because of his mystical connection to the forest and his tendency to find trouble in the world’s most hard-to-reach places, only the most desperate of clients seek his services.
So when a dark mage hires him to find some of the greatest artifacts in the world, his reputation won’t be the only thing put to the test.
M. D. Presley (Is Dumb)
The blade you can’t see always cuts the deepest. Born blessed with the ability to create mystic blades out of thin air, then trained to be the ultimate spy, Marta Childress discovered this the hard way. Captured during the civil war that tore her nation in two, branded by the enemy, and then forced to crush her homeland, she now craves nothing more than to be reunited with her estranged family. Years later, her duplicitous brother arrives with a mission to bring her home again: escort the daughter of an inventor deep into the heart of enemy territory and assassinate him. Do this and the clan will welcome her with open arms again.
But Marta has plans of her own for the child. And for her hateful brother, whom she holds responsible for her wretched state.
J. C. Kang (False Heirs)
Only the lost magic of Dragon Songs can save the world. Only an awkward girl with the perfect voice can rediscover it.
The Dragon Singers of old summoned typhoons and routed armies, liberating mankind from the orcs before fading into legend. Now, with the world again facing a new cataclysm, the power of music stirs in Kaiya, an a naïve misfit with the perfect voice.
Without a master to guide her, she must rely on Hardeep, a foreign paladin, to help awaken her latent magic. His motives might not be entirely noble. When he leads her to the fabled Dragon Scale Lute, which only a Dragon Singer can wield, it is up to Black Lotus Clan to intervene.
David Benem (What Needs to Be Done)
Lannick deVeers used to be somebody. A hero, even. Then, he ran afoul of the kingdom’s most powerful general and the cost he paid was nearly too much to bear. In the years that followed, his grief turned him into a shadow of his former self, and he spent his days drowning his regrets in tankards of ale.
But now an unexpected encounter casts Lannick upon an unlikely path to revenge. If he can just find the strength to overcome the many mistakes of his past, he can seize the chance to become a hero once more.
And with an ancient enemy lurking at the kingdom’s doorstep, he’d better…
Phil Tucker (Hardgrave)
I sacrificed everything for my family. It wasn’t enough. I lost my mother, and now I’m about to lose my brother.
I’ve got only one thing left to gamble: my life. Which is why I’m willing to play Euphoria Online in Death March mode.
If I survive six months in-game against a lethal array of wyverns, ogres, necromancers, and more, I’ll earn my brother a pardon.
If I lose?
Well. I’m done with losing.
Matt Moss (The Custodian)
“I know the Order has its secrets, and those secrets are kept from the eyes and ears of the world…”
Eighteen years have passed since the rebellion within the Order. The once peaceful kingdom is now in turmoil, and its citizens seek a savior.
Emerging from the shadows, a dangerous man sets his master plan in motion – one that will elevate him to the highest political position in the realm and give him power over the masses. Only the Prophet and the rest of the Order stand in his way.
Thrown into the middle of an age-old war, Arkin discovers the secrets of his past and finds himself tied to the Order. There, he will learn the Way of the Warrior and train under the tireless Master of Arms. And through the lies that he’d been told his entire life, he will find his true path and soon realize that it is not only the hopes of the Order that rest upon his shoulders.
It’s possibly all of mankind’s.
And tune in next week for the next six authors taking part in the $.99/ 99p sale!