The SPFBO StoryBundle!

If you haven’t heard of StoryBundle before, then think of it like the Humble Bundle: pay what you want for a set of books. Pay a little bit more for access to more books. It’s a great deal, and a portion of what you pay can go to charity.

And now StoryBundle is getting on board with the Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off to bring you all 10 of the finalists from last year’s challenge!

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The Self-Published Fantasy Blog-off Bundle is a unique bundle, chosen by reviewers who took part in the first Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off organized by Mark Lawrence. Each reviewer received over twenty-five books and a mission: Choose one. This bundle contains the books those reviewers put at the very top of their list.

“Ten fine bloggers and blog-sites spent a year considering almost three hundred self-published fantasy books to bring you their ten favorites. It’s hard to imagine you won’t find some gems among them.” — Mark Lawrence

So if you haven’t checked out these books yet, now’s your chance to get all 10 of them for only $15, to support the authors, and to see what we were all making such a fuss over!

But wait, it gets even better! If you’re anything like me, you’re on a limited budget, and might not be able to afford the $15 by the time the promotion ends. I feel your pain, friend, and that’s exactly why I’m fortunate enough to have a code for one of the Bundles, to give away to one lucky reader!

Just leave a comment on this post telling me which one of the SPFBO finalists caught your attention the most, and that’s all you have to do to enter!

Contest closes at 11:59 PM PST on Sunday April 24, 2016. Get those comments in while you can!

3 comments on “The SPFBO StoryBundle!

  1. The one cover that stood out to me, “The weight of a crown”. for personal reasons. The man on the cover has a look that I saw on my expired father’s face. One that I saw many times back over 50 years ago, when I was growing up. The look was one that said a lot without words and always worked to motivate me.

  2. The Thief Who Pulled On Trouble’s Braids by Michael McClung is the finalist that caught my attention. Not only did I go on to buy that book, but I have purchased the sequels as well and am going to be with this series for the long haul! Still I would love to read the other finalists.

  3. Pingback: The SPFBO StoryBundle! | Nathalie M.L. Römer - Author of The Wolf Riders of Keldarra

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