This Friday, on the most foolish of April days, more than forty authors (One of those is myself) from the Support Indie Authors Goodreads group present the Spring Into Indie Free and Bargain Book Event. Over 65 (One of those is mine) books in a variety of genres (including Elfrotica) will be available to download for free (Mine is free) or on sale for just 99¢. Best of all, we’ve gathered all of the links on one conveniently located website. events.supportindieauthors.com and get ready to load up your kindle with these great deals (including Vambrace: Keaton Clarke’s Tale).
(Just look at that snazzy banner that the talented myself made for this fun event!)
Until then, you can learn more about these talented authors and the books they are offering by clicking on the links below:
http://www.annliviandrews.com/ramblin… (My interview is here! And a different fun banner I also made! What fun.)
Here is some fan art for Call of Kythshire by Missy Sheldrake.
Azaeli is being left behind by the Knights of His Majesty’s Elite during the exciting blurb as Flit the Fairy looks on, unimpressed with humans thus far.
Here is a logo concept for Tango Gourmet: Waltz of Salsa, the latest short story in development over at the game industry giant Tornado Tech.
It is currently with beta testers, but you can read the blurb here, and check back soon for the cover and release date!
It has been awhile, but I finished reading a book and fan art happened. This time the fan art was for someone that I had already made some for, but what the flaming pit, why not! Green glowing death dogs don’t happen every day!
Here is fan art for Christina McMullen‘s book, Going Green.
And for those that have none!
The Going Green Fan Art has started the thread back up, so a new request happened. Here is fan art for Red Shadow – a book by Zoltán Pósfai .
And fan art for Robots Like Blue by Anthony J. Deeney!
The Cover for Fallin: Rankin’s Tale has been finished. Check it out.