Epic Sale of Beloved SFF 2023

Epic Sale of Beloved SFF Books 2023

The epic sale of beloved SFF books is back in 2023! What is this, you ask? Well, I’m glad you asked. Between August 18th and 22nd, you can get over 50 indie SFF titles for a mere $0.99! That sounds like a good deal to me. You’d be crazy to miss out!

The most important thing you need to know is that the list of books currently on sale for $0.99 can be found HERE!

Timy's Picks

There are a lot of awesome-looking books on that list, and I encourage you to check them all out, but I also would like to spotlight 10 of them which I heartily recommend – because they are great (duh).

The Crew by Sadir S. Samir

The Crew by Sadir S. Samir

Kings of the Wyld meets Deadpool in this action-packed fantasy adventure set in an Arab-inspired landscape.

Varcade fled to the deserts of Harrah to escape his past as an Educator, a member of an order of zealot warrior-monks that aims to shape the world according to their sacred Teachings by force. Varcade makes his living as a reckless sword-for-hire, caring only about himself, until his self-centered lifestyle is turned on its head when he is contracted to recruit a misfit team of unruly assassins and take out the mighty Bone Lord of Akrab.

But the Bone Lord is aware of the plot and sends her band of Dusters to stop them; individuals who have gained bizarre and lethal magical powers by snorting the pulverised bones of dead gods. Hunted by Educators and Dusters in a city-state where an escalating conflict between the human and demon population threatens to boil over in a civil war, will Varcade and his ragtag crew save Akrab from the cruel Bone Lord, or will they make things even worse?


The Thirteenth Hour by Trudie Skies

The Thirteenth Hour by Trudie Skies

When the saints fail, the sinners step up.

Cruel gods rule the steam-powered city of Chime, demanding worship and tribute from their mortal subjects. Kayl lost her faith in them long ago, and now seeks to protect vulnerable and downtrodden mortals from their gods’ whims. But when Kayl discovers powers that she didn’t know she had—and destroys a mortal’s soul by accident—she becomes Chime’s most wanted.

Quen’s job was to pursue sinners, until the visions started. Haunted by foreboding images of his beloved city’s destruction, Quen hunts soul-sucking creatures made of aether who prey on its citizens—and Kayl is his number one target.

To ensure Chime’s future, Kayl and Quen must discover the truth of Kayl’s divine abilities before the gods take matters into their own hands.

For a city that bows to cruel gods, it’ll take godless heathens to save it.

The Thirteenth Hour is the first book in The Cruel Gods series—a gaslamp fantasy featuring magical portals, gothic cosmic deities, quaint Britishisms, and steampunk vibes. This is an adult book containing strong language and mature themes that some readers may find disturbing. For a full list of content warnings, visit Trudie Skies’s website.


The Raincarcher’s Ballad Trilogy by Steven McKinnon

The Raincatcher's Ballad Trilogy by Steven McKinnon

With a sinister threat corrupting the heart of their kingdom, can unlikely heroes survive the coming storm?

Complete trilogy: 1,600+ pages of action-packed, magical adventures and monster-riddled peril, wrapped in a thrilling steampunk saga.

Sixteen-year-old Serena yearns for independence as captain of her own airship. But when a blade meant for her strikes down a friend, the resilient orphan shoves aside her dreams to hunt down those who want her dead. And after another attempt on her life awakens a devastating mind power, she forms a dangerous alliance with a broken bounty hunter and a world-class assassin.

Damien Fieri struggles to contain his all-consuming bloodlust. But the charming killer fights a losing inner battle as his grieving comrade and their young companion are caught in a plot to destroy his beloved nation. And when his restraint slips and he mercilessly slaughters their enemies, he fears he will soon doom everyone… including his friends.

As Serena’s mysterious abilities grow, she and her allies strive to persevere through terrorist attacks, ambushes by sky pirates, and being kidnapped to a hostile realm. And with Damien isolating himself to protect the others, he might not conquer his demons in time to help her confront a looming evil.

Can they crush the encroaching forces before they’re annihilated forever?

The Raincatcher’s Ballad Complete Trilogy contains the entire enthralling epic fantasy series. If you like hard-bitten protagonists, brutal conflicts, and dark quests for revenge, then you’ll love Steven McKinnon’s double-edged special edition.

Buy The Raincatcher’s Ballad Complete Trilogy to brandish righteous fury today!


Children by Bjørn Larssen

Children by Bjørn Larssen

Gods make lousy parents.

All Magni wants is peace and quiet, but when your father is the God of thunder, you don’t get to live the life you want. When Thor destroys all his son knows and loves, Magni vows to bring prosperity and end the violence… forever. But can you escape cruelty in a universe built on it, or the shadow of your father when everyone calls you by his name?

Maya, her rage more powerful than she knows, wants freedom to pursue her own destiny. Neither torture nor blackmail can make her obedient or pretty enough for Freya, her foster-mother and Goddess of love. Fighting for independence and revenge, can a mere human win a game where Gods dictate the rules?


Why Odin Drink by Bjørn Larssen

Why Odrin Drinks by Bjorn Larssen

An action-adventure fantasy romp featuring sword lesbians, sea battles, and a grumpy wolf spirit.

Torako has done many things to protect the valley that she calls home, but she’s never looted a corpse before. So when the katana she steals off the still-cooling body of a bandit turns out to be possessed by a grumpy wolf kami, she can only assume it’s because she’s somehow angered the spirits. An impression that’s only reinforced when she returns home to find her wife abducted and her daughter in hiding. But angry spirits or no, Torako isn’t about to let bandits run off with the love of her life, even if it means taking their 3 year old on a rescue mission.

In all Kaiyo’s years as Captain of the Wind Serpent she has never once questioned her admiral’s orders. So when she receives the command to abduct a civilian scribe with the help of fifteen felons, she registers her objections, but does as she is bid. Yet, as the mission unfolds, Kaiyo finds herself questioning everything from her loyalties to her convictions. 

As Torako and Kaiyo’s fates cross like dueling blades, their persistence is matched only by their fury, until they uncover a series of truths they may never be ready to accept.


Under Ordshaw by Phil Williams

Under Ordshaw by Phil Williams

Welcome to Ordshaw. Don’t look down.

Pax is one rent cheque away from the unforgiving streets of Ordshaw. After her stash is stolen, her hunt for the thief unearths a book of nightmares and a string of killers, and she stands to lose much more than her home.

There’s something lurking under her city.

Knowing it’s there could get you killed.


Dyer Street Punk Witches by Phil Williams

Dyer Street Punk Witches by Phil Williams

Kit hung up her brass knuckles, but the shadows of her past always lingered. Now they’re back to claim her.

Kit “Fadulous” Hamley, magazine editor, activist and former punk rocker, is a well-known loudmouth in St Alphege’s. She works tirelessly to hold local authorities to account. Some say she’s making up for her criminal youth. Others spread rumours of witchcraft. Only a handful of people know how dark her secrets really are.

When an old friend warns Kit that a former rival has resurfaced, those secrets start to resurface. People have gone missing, with body parts and strange symbols left behind, and someone is stalking Kit. The gang she abandoned are scared stiff and her magic-wielding bandmates are long gone. Kit herself is a target, and if she can’t unravel exactly how this new feud connects with her past mistakes, it could kill her.

Decades older, a little wiser, and contrary as ever, Kit’s going to remind them all what a punk witch can do.

Get ready for a riotous ride into the seedy underbelly of St Alphege’s, where gang warfare and occult conspiracies tear ordinary lives apart. Dyer Street Punk Witches is a standalone urban fantasy thriller, packed with tough, subversive characters and tense twists – you won’t be able to put down.


Empress & Soldier by Marian L Thorpe

Empress & Soldier by Marian L. Thorpe

A boy of the night-time streets. A girl of libraries and learning.

Druisius, the son of a merchant, is sixteen when an order from his father that he can neither forgive nor forget drives him from home and into the danger and intrigue of the military.

Eudekia, a scholar’s daughter, educated and dutiful, is not meant to be a prince’s bride. In an empire at war, and in a city beset by famine and unrest, she must prove herself worthy of its throne.

A decade after a first, brief meeting, their lives intersect again. When a delegation arrives from the lost West, asking Eudekia for sanctuary for a princess and support for a desperate war, Druisius is assigned to guard them. In the span of a few weeks, a young captain will capture the hearts of both Empress and soldier in very different ways, offering a future neither could have foreseen.

A stand-alone novel that can also serve as a second entry point into the Empire’s Legacy series.


Empire’s Daughter by Marian L Thorpe

Empire's Daughter by Marian L. Thorpe

Lena’s world is about to change forever. Harried from north and south by two different enemies, both wanting this last remnant of a greater Empire’s land, and with invasion imminent, the military leaders see no choice but to ask the unthinkable: that women learn to fight.
In accepting the challenge, Lena is separated from her lover, who chooses banishment rather than break with generations of tradition. Promoted to leadership, drawn into the intrigues of power, Lena must make difficult choices, for herself, for her village, and for her country: a young woman at the heart of the violence and diplomacy that will begin her epic journey to save her land. Evoking Europe after the decline of Rome, the imagined world of Empire’s Daughter and its sequels is brought to vivid, believable life by the precise and powerful writing of Marian L Thorpe.


A Quiet Vengeance by Tim Hardie

A Quiet Vengeance by Tim Hardie

Nimsah is an abandoned child living on the streets of Bengarath, surviving on her wits as part of a criminal gang in the City of Tents, home to the dispossessed. Dojan is the Crown Prince of the Emirate of Fujareen, enjoying a life of luxury in Bengarath Palace. Their lives are brought together as the threat of war looms in the neighbouring city state of Kandarah. However, Dojan and Nimsah share a secret, one that will set in motion a chain of events leading to vengeance.


Hopefully, you’ve found some that picked your interest. There is Grimdark, Gaslamp Fantasy, Sword & Sorcery, Urban Fantasy, Historical Fantasy, Epic Fantasy, and more on this list, so whatever you are looking for, I’m sure you’ll find it.

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