Timy reviews Haggis MacBrawn’s Dishy Secret, the first book in Karen McCompostine’s The Edible Highlander Comedic Fantasy Romance trilogy.
25 Underrated Self-Published Fantasy Books
As we are celebrating Wyrd & Wonder Month, so if you are currently on the hunt, can we interest you with these 25 underrated self-published fantasy books? We promise they are totally worth your time!
Windcatcher by A.J. Norfield
Jen reviews Windcatcher, the first book in A.J. Norfield’s epic fantasy series, the Stone War Chronicles.
Salt in the Wound by Benjamin Aeveryn
Timy reviews Salt in the Wound, the first book in Benjamin Aeveryn’s Grimdark Fantasy series, Rainfallen.
Dragon Your Bones by Tatiana Obey
Jen reviews Dragon Your Bones, the second book in Tatiana Obey’s duology, A Forging Age.
The King of Faerie by A.J. Lancaster
Timy reviews The King of Faerie, the 4th book in A.J. Lancaster’s Romantic Fantasy series, Stariel as part of Wyrd & Wonder Month.
Seeds of War by Joao F. Silva
Jen reviews Seeds of War, the first book in Joao F. Silva’s Fantasy series, The Smokesmiths.
The Book That Wouldn’t Burn by Mark Lawrence
Timy reviews The Book That Wouldn’t Burn, the first book in Mark Lawrence’s new The Library Trilogy, published on May 11, 2023, by HarperVoyager.
The Captain by Casey Hollingshead
Paul reviews The Captain, book two in Casey Hollingshead’s Battle Brothers series.
A Quiet Vengeance by Tim Hardie
Jen reviews A Quiet Vengeance, the first book in Tim Hardie’s new fantasy series, Samarak Tales.