If you haven’t heard of Story Bundle, you’re missing out. They routinely offer bundles of books in various genres at unbeatable prices. There is a minimum, but otherwise, you pay what you think the books are worth. Plus, Story Bundle will give a percentage of your purchase price to charity. I’ve been a fan for some time and have found some amazing authors through their offerings.

Well, guess what? Tarbin’s True Heir is featured in the current “Truly Epic bundle of fantasy books” curated by Kevin J. Anderson. Remember how I harp on how important it is to make friends in the business? This is why.

“What do I get out of this?” you ask.

Well, you get 13 epic fantasy books for as low as $15. I know! It’s too good to be true. Well, we are talking about stories intricately wrapped up in magic. Anything’s possible. The charity receiving a portion of the proceeds is the Challenger Learning Centers for Space Science Education.

Click here to start your adventure: A Truly Epic bundle of fantasy books – Curated by Kevin J. Anderson.

It’s only available for three weeks. Don’t miss out! Your new favorite author might be within these pages.

A bit more curious about what is included in the offer?  Check out the summaries below:

Kevin J. Anderson included his just-released volume of Selected Stories: Fantasy, 26 stories in a wide range of fantasy about obsessed sea captains, shape shifters, enchanted loincloths, bumbling knights in shining armor, ghosts haunting Shakespeare’s Globe Theater, a homeless mother and a troll under a bridge, Captain Nemo and his Nautilus, H.G. Wells’s Martians, and a very strange Wisconsin small town.

Also from WordFire Press, Liz Colter’s The Halfblood War is a grand epic fantasy in the classic tradition. Jason Henderson’s The Iron Thane set in the world of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Scotland is besieged by a child-stealing demon called the Erl-King. Only Macduff, the slayer of Macbeth, can bring together an alliance of humans, witches, and elves to prevent the loss of humanity’s children to the invading Erl-King and his flying army. In John D. Payne’s The Crown and the Dragon, an incognito princess and a condemned outlaw try to unravel the secret of a magical artifact that could save their kingdom…while they are hunted by soldiers, demons, a sorcerer, and an implacable dragon.

You’ll also discover, if you haven’t already, other excellent indie writers. In Todd Fahnestock’s Wildmane, a brooding demigod and a young sorceress are in a race to restore magic to the lands. Lindsay Buroker’s The Warrior Mage: His mother was one of the most powerful wizards in the Nurian Empire until she abandoned her people to become a notorious pirate. That choice doomed the family she left behind to a life of disgrace.

This Crumbling Pageant by Patricia Pooks Burroughs is the first book of a dark fantasy series combining swashbuckling adventure, heart-pounding romance, and plot-twisting suspense. In Andrea Pearson’s The Forsaken Prince, a teenager learns he’s a prince on another world. He refuses to accept his new role. In Kelly Lynn Colby’s novel, Tarbin’s True Heir, the royal twins seek the Holy Gemstones in a world quest to determine who is the True Heir, a title that means more than either imagined. A.M Rycroft’s Into the Darkness is a dark sword and sorcery epic with rich characters and settings, perfect for fans of Robin Hobb and M.L. Spencer.

If you want a lighter, more humorous read, C.E. Murphy’s Magic and Manners is what happens when a fantasy author goes on a Pride and Prejudice binge, and begins to imagine that the Bennet sisters have too much magic, rather than too little money… In A Portion of Dragon & Chips by Simon Haynes, an elderly robot shows up in a medieval kingdom…and forgets to bring his charger. And finally, in The Crimson Claymore by Craig A. Price, Jr., Searon wanted revenge, but what he got was a snarky wizard and a quest he never expected.

StoryBundle was created to give a platform for independent authors to showcase their work, and a source of quality titles for thirsty readers. StoryBundle works with authors to create bundles of ebooks that can be purchased by readers at their desired price. Before starting StoryBundle, Founder Jason Chen covered technology and software as an editor for and

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