Hello My Lovelies,
You know that I follow loads of book blogs right? Well, I found this fantastic deal and had to share it with you fellow book-a-holics.
Have you heard about StoryBundle? Am I the last to know?
StoryBundle is a way for people who love to read to discover quality indie books written by indie authors. You know how it’s always hard to find something good to read? StoryBundle hopes to solve that.We take a handful of books—anywhere from six to nine—and group them together to offer as a bundle. Then you, the reader, can take a look at the titles we’ve chosen and decide how much you’d like to pay. Think of us like a friend that scours independent books for undiscovered gems, then bundles these titles together for one low price that you decide. Yeah, we mean it; you get to set the price that you want to pay!
I was bouncing with excitement. I’ve downloaded their current Urban Fantasy bundle myself because I’ve already read the prequel novella in the Relic Guardians series by Victoria DeLuis and Meg Cowley and really enjoyed it (read my review here).
I love finding new-to-me authors, supporting independent authors and, of course saving my hard earned money to be able to buy MORE BOOKS!! Lol! 😉
I’ve copied the details directly from the page and all the links will open a new tab.
Curated by Joseph R. Lallo
“StoryBundle has been kind enough to ask me back many times to perform the near-impossible task of selecting just a handful of titles from the endless library of quality stories within the genre du jour. Despite having titles from newcomers like me all the way to New York Times Bestsellers like Gail Carriger, this latest bundle still represents a tiny, tantalizing sample of the Urban Fantasy world. If you’re new to the genre, name your price and take your first walk on the wild side! If you’re already a fan, grab this heap of additions to your to-be-read pile before time runs out!” – Joseph R. Lallo
Urban Fantasy is a set of flavours and textures that form a foundation from which thrilling tales of every sort can spring. How to Marry a Werewolf will introduce you to the finer points of supernatural courtship in an alternate Victorian London. Interested in some action? We’ve got Relic Guardians and Cast into Darkness to feed your need for danger and excitement. If you’re in the mood for a mystery, crack open A Furnace Sealed and see how murders are investigated when magic is the modus operandi. If you’d like to see the super heroic side of Urban Fantasy, Scales will teach you what sort of mischief a gargoyle can get up to, and never underestimate the Trials (and Trifles) of a Werevulture. Shadowblood Heir will make you wonder just how much of fiction is really fictional, while Arcana will make you question what depths a society will sink to if it feels threatened by mystic powers. Perhaps you’ll find yourself in the city of brotherly love, peering into a darkness that just so happens to be peering back at you in A Traitor in the Shadows, or exploring Boston with a technowitch in Ghost Garages.
The initial titles in The Cities of Magic bundle (minimum $5 to purchase) are:
- Teenage Werevulture Book 1: Trials of a Teenage Werevulture by Emily Martha Sorensen
- Ghost Garages – A Boston Technowitch Novel: Book 1 by Erin M. Hartshorn
- Cast into Darkness by Janet Tait
- Arcana by Paul Kane
If you pay at least the bonus price of just $15, you get all four of the regular books, plus SEVEN more!
- Teenager Werevulture Book 2: Trifles of a Teenage Werevulture by Emily Martha Sorensen
- A Traitor in the Shadows by Joseph R. Lallo
- How to Marry a Werewolf by Gail Carriger
- Shadowblood Heir by J.S. Morin
- A Furnace Sealed by Keith R.A. DeCandido
- Scales by Amity Green
- Relic Guardians Collection (Books 1-3) by Meg Cowley and Victoria DeLuis
This bundle is available only for a limited time via http://www.storybundle.com.
It allows easy reading on computers, smartphones, and tablets as well as Kindle and other ereaders via file transfer, email, and other methods. You get multiple DRM-free formats (.epub and .mobi) for all books!