Books Gone Wide

It’s that time again! For all you fantasy lovers who read on Barnes & Noble, Apple, Kobo and Google, I’ve added three books to the mix: a short story collection, a novelette and a boxed set.

Wizards, Woods, and Gods. Swords, sorcery, love, gods, assassins, shapeshifters, wizards, wolves, war…and a badass cat or two. This collection includes twelve dark fantasy tales, including Raven of the West, a novelette that takes place in the world featured in the Chronicles of Ealiron.

“F.T. McKinstry writes in a way that involves all the senses. Highly recommended.”
196 pages

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The Sea Witch’s Bargain. A hedge witch falls afoul of an ancient order of sorcerers. They know her secrets. They know her weaknesses. And she has something they want.

So does the sea witch who lures and traps her into a nasty bargain in return for protection from the sorcerers’ reach.

“Grim, eerie, almost tangible world building.”
This novelette is based on an excerpt from The Wolf Lords, Book Two of The Fylking.
43 pages

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Chronicles of Ealiron Omnibus. An ancient hierarchy of wizards. Votaries of the old powers. Warlords, fiends and shadows. Where the otherworld is alive, nature is sovereign and balance is kept by the sword.

These tales are driven by an assassin named Lorth of Ostarin, a complex character with a bent towards bringing things to their darkest ends. Following his redoubtable exploits, each book stands alone, happening in the same world with Lorth and some of the other characters appearing throughout.

The Omnibus Edition includes Books 1-4, maps and glossaries.
“The main character Lorth is a masterpiece.”
1060 pages

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