Promotions and giveaways – Fellowship of Fantasy & SFF Book Bonanza!

A quick update to say hello peoples and share a few promotions I’m involved in this week with some of my indie author friends at two different locations!

First up, the Fellowship of Fantasy is doing a giveaway to celebrate their newly released anthology of fantasy short stories (I don’t have a piece in the anthology, but am giving away a copy of Anchihiiroo – Origin of an Antihero as a part of their Hero-themed event!). Details from FoF:

“Calling All Heroes!

Unwilling or epic, tragic or super, heroes are key to any story. Join in our Hall of Heroes giveaway for a chance to add both ebooks and paperbacks by eighteen Fellowship of Fantasy authors to your library.

At the center of our giveaway is the Hall of Heroes short story anthology, jam packed with thrilling tales. And best of all, if you can’t want to see if you win the paperback, you can get the ebook now for FREE!

We’ve also got a little something extra in the form of a custom journal set. So what are you waiting for? Enter now and join the adventures!”

Here is the link to participate in the giveaway:

a Rafflecopter giveaway


In addition, both of my currently published Toonopolis titles are involved in a few promotional events over with my friends at SFF Book Bonanza.

Anchihiiroo – Origin of an Antihero is listed in a wonderful curated list by the SFF Book Bonanza folks of 99c titles. Check it out for a great listing of other great SciFi & Fantasy books you can get for less than a buck! Some of these titles are always 99c (like Anchihiiroo) but others are on sale for this promotion only. Be sure to go grab them while you can for cheap! Click here to check them out:

The other promotion over at SFF Book Bonanza centers around Kindle Unlimited. There you will find another curated list of great SciFi & Fantasy books to read FOR FREE through the KU program. They’ve put together a great list of free-to-read with KU books that includes Toonopolis: Gemini (sidenote: Anchihiiroo is also available to read through KU if you don’t wanna spend 99c on it). Either way, click here to check out the offerings and get to reading some awesome indie SciFi/Fantasy for free!



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