Self-Pub Fantasy Books You Have to Read. Now!

Hello people! How are you? And how are your reading going? Today I am finally here with a post I was planning since the beginning of the month! I am really proud to share with you all some good self-pub/indie books I discovered and loved, so let’s start (in no particular order, as per usual!

The Thief Who Pulled On Troubles’s Braids is the most recent addition to this list, since I have finished it recently. And now that I have finished it I cannot way to read the sequels. I need them, and I need them now. And ok, I wasn’t in need of a new series but… I am so so weak! The Demons We See (and its sequel The Nightmare We Know) is an amazing book, with amazing characters (I loved Allegra, I think she is one of my favorite characters ever!) and again, I need the third book. ASAP! Tavern is one of the best book I have read on 2020, and I cannot recommend it enough. And I am doing it, recommending it everywhere. At every turn. Because this book deserves some love!

The Great Hearts is one of the oldest self-pub books I have ever read, at least to my knowledge, and I loved it to peaces. Fortune’s Fool is one of the newest. I have just finished to read it, and even if I have to admit that I have mixed feelings toward it, and I am seriously thinking about them, and what didn’t sit so well with me, I have also to say that I enjoyed it quite a lot. It was really hard to put it down, and even if it is quite a chunky book I wasn’t bored at all. So that counts for something, right??? Sufficiently Advanced Magic was a book that I kept on my wishlist for a long time, but at last I have managed to read it this year, and you know what? I loved it!!!!

And last but not least, we have two mentions of honor. I discovered these books this year, and they were both amazing surprise. They are quite different from each other, but they have a thing in common: both of them are quite short books, but there is not a thing missing or lacking from them! Snowsepelled is quite unique, and a pleasant and fast reading, while The First of Shadows and its sequels are books full of adventures!

What about you? What books do you recommend? And have you read the books I have mentioned? Let me know!!

Happy reading!
S.

15 thoughts on “Self-Pub Fantasy Books You Have to Read. Now!

  1. Tammy says:

    Thank you for this list, Susy. I want to try to start reading more self published books, but every time I do read one I’m bombarded by authors wanting me to read their books and thats one reason I stopped. I know thats a weird thing to say, but i know I’m missing out on some fabulous books!

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