One of my favorite ways to discover new SFF authors has definitely got to be the multi-author book bundles that you can get for your Kindle. One of the first ones that I bought helped me to discover Lindsay Buroker, who is one of my favorite indie fantasy authors right now. Of course, the problem with these bundles is that you never really know what you’re going to get – all the books could be great, or terrible, or only have one or two that you like. The good news is that most of the time you can score one of these for just $0.99 and end up with seven or more new books to give a try.
I was recently looking for new bundles to add to my Kindle and these are some of the current ones that caught my attention. Maybe you want to give them a read too?
1. FIERCE: Sixteen Authors Of Fantasy
Right now, this one is the #1 best seller in the Sword & Sorcery category. Plus, it’s made the USA Today bestseller list. Of course, when you have a household name like Mercedes Lackey leading the pack, then that comes as no surprise.
This collection probably has a few names that you’ve heard of. If you’re interested in picking it up, here’s what you can expect from it:
- Mercedes Lackey – Moving Targets
- Michael G. Manning – The Blacksmith’s Son
- K.F. Breene – Chosen
- Morgan Rice – A Quest of Heroes
- Michael James Ploof – Whill of Agora
- Daniel Arenson – Requiem’s Song
- Kate Sparkes – Bound
- David Adams – The Pariahs
- Amy Raby – The Fire Seer
- C. Greenwood – Magic of Thieves
- David Dalglish – The Weight of Blood
- K.J. Colt – Bear Heart
- Shae Ford – Poison
- Endi Webb – The Maskmaker’s Apprentice
- Michael Wallace – The Dark Citadel
- Terah Edun – Blades of Magic
Looks like a pretty sweet deal, huh? Well, you’d better hurry cause it’s only $0.99 through March 31, 2015 and then the price increases!
2. Heroes & Witches Urban Fantasy Multi-Author Boxed Set
This collection is great if you like to read a lot of different types of fantasy books – there’s even a little sci-fi that snuck into this one. However, the titles do lean more towards the Urban Fantasy category, so keep that in mind before you buy.
This set was released in September 2014, but it is still on the bestsellers list and you definitely get a lot of books in this one for your money.
Here are the included authors and novels:
- Alone (Girl in the Box #1) by Robert J. Crane (urban fantasy)
- About Last Night by T. Paulin (paranormal mystery)
- Sterling (Mageri Series Book 1) by Dannika Dark (urban fantasy, romance)
- Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper (Book 1) by J. L. Bryan (paranormal mystery)
- Accession (Sarath Web) by Terah Edun (YA fantasy)
- Code Breakers: Alpha by Colin F. Barnes (cyberpunk)
- Maggie for Hire (Maggie MacKay: Magical Tracker) by Kate Danley (urban fantasy)
- Flaming Dove by Daniel Arenson (dark fantasy, post-apocalyptic)
- Crystal Magic (Clearwater Witches) by Madeline Freeman (YA urban fantasy)
- Feyland: The First Adventure by Anthea Sharp (YA fantasy)
3. Magic Touch: 12 Urban/Paranormal Fantasy Novels
Are you a big fan of urban and paranormal fantasy books? Then this collection of books would make a great addition to your Kindle.
You get 12 books in total all for the money. And you just might find some new-to-you authors in this genre.
Here is what you get with this set:
- Lash by L.G. Castillo
- Beyond The Veil by Pippa DaCosta
- Nolander by Becca Mills
- City Of The Fallen by Diana Bocco
- Dark Angel by Christine Pope
- Fate’s Fables by T. Rae Mitchell
- Mary Hades by Sarah Dalton
- Rock ‘N Roll Heaven by Shawn Inmon
- Sanguinary by Margo Bond Collins
- See You In Hell by Demelza Carlton
- Ice Massacre by Tiana Warner
- Twisted by Holly Hook
I have no idea how long this urban fantasy book collection will be this cheap, so if you’re interested, then definitely buy your copy now from Amazon.