If you haven’t, you’re in for a treat. There’s a curated mythic fiction page up on http://www.mythographystudios.com/promo/. Make sure you sign up at the list and get the limited-time mythic fiction offers exclusive to that promo. That promotion runs separately from the Mythographers, you need to sign up once more at the page.
There are delicious pantheons to choose from, and selected series to binge on, full Netflix style. So like, Mythology and Chill.
Here are the best picks to binge on from that page:
As awesome as the prizes are, the authors are donating them because they want to connect with possible new readers via email. THIS MEANS THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE EMAILS FROM ALL 22 AUTHORS IN THIS GIVEAWAY. These emails will hit your inbox in the weeks following the end of the giveaway. They are NOT SPAM. Please do not enter unless you are willing to accept these introductory emails.
Even if you don’t win the main prize, each author will be sending you a FREE ebook or short story via email. By entering, you agree to accept the emails that accompany these books. After that, if the authors don’t interest you, you are free to unsubscribe.
If you mark the emails from these authors as SPAM, you will be disqualified from this and all future #SFling giveaways.
If these rules are unacceptable, you can either:
Only sign up for authors you are genuinely interested in hearing from. Only these authors will contact you after the giveaway. This will lower your chance of winning the main prize.
Pass up on this giveaway as what we are offering is not for you.
We have began a new partnership with StoryCartel. You can get Crying Over Spilt Light over there for free for a few more days. After that, an honest review is appreciated.
Why such a big deal on reviews?
Reviews make sure people see what other readers have thought of the book. Those little stars have a big impact on readers searching for something new. Sure, you know what a Stephen King novel might read like, or you have some expectations for the new Harry Potter novels, but when a writer is not well known he needs all the help he can get.
Reviews can be short, don’t think of them as critic’s bylines. Just write down what you thought of the story, if it moved you, if you wanna read more. Click the star rating. And submit. Simple as that.
Where should I review books?
Anywhere you like. To be honest, the ones that make the biggest difference to us are the Amazon reviews and the Goodreads ones.