This list is the twelfth I’ve published. That means I’ve been doing this thing for a whole year. The good news is I intend to keep going so I’ll continue to keep you all up to date on the latest self published fantasy releases… or at least the ones that I hear about. 😀

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As always, this is not a comprehensive list, but only includes all the books I have heard about so far.

If you have a fantasy novel you are self publishing in November, let me know either in the comments, or by emailing me, and I shall add it to the page. There are but 3 requirements:

1) It must be a self published fantasy novel.

2) It must have a Goodreads page.

3) It must have a cover.

29th October – Steel and Valor (The Silent Champions #3) by Andy Peloquin

A hunt for a traitor. A desperate search for salvation. An uncovered secret that could destroy everything they hold dear.

Victory over an unstoppable barbarian horde and the salvation of an allied clan are distant memories for Aravon and his Grim Reavers. Now, they have a single objective: unmask the turncoat selling vital information to the enemy, and bring to justice the one guilty of murdering Aravon’s mentor and surrogate father.
The noble quest throws the specially-trained champions directly in the path of a rampaging force of ruthless enemies. Scrambling to defend a precarious position, Aravon and his companions must rely on the courage and skill of mysterious masked warriors guarding a secret treasure.
But even with their forces bolstered, the soldiers have little hope of survival…much less victory.
Can Aravon defeat overwhelming odds to protect his people, or is his mission doomed to end in failure and death?

Check it out on Goodreads.

1st November – Truth Must Prevail (Mage Saga #3) by D. Art McKinney & Kay McKinney

In the nearly twenty years since Empleheim’s return to time, the residents of Castle Hona have settled into a reasonably normal and contented existence, despite their unusual situation. But rumors stir in the surrounding nations, rumors of strange people and strange powers rising from the “cursed” land. As Empleheim’s fame grows, Achron must grapple with increasing danger and unpleasant surprises from both sides of the world, as he strives to keep his family and friends safe.
Even within the Windslo household, struggles abound as the children, some now in young adulthood, try to comprehend their extraordinary natures. What are the majestic gems truly capable of? How can they avert accidental disaster?

Difficulties without and within press down, blow after blow, and their hopes and dreams may not withstand the strain.

Check it out on Goodreads.

3rd November – Chains of Blood (The Chaos Cycle #1) by M.L. Spencer

He thought he was born Rylan Marshall… until he found out he wasn’t.

Instead, he was born the son of a demon. Would that mean he was destined to follow in his father’s footsteps?

Rylan was attacked, his young son murdered, his baby daughter taken. But his assailant left him with two gifts: the gift of magic…and an oath to darkness. Rylan blamed himself, even though he knew it wasn’t his fault.

The life he knew was over. And war is coming. A new enemy, stronger and more fearsome than any other, appears out of the night.

Will Rylan use his newfound power to make a stand? Will he learn its use in time to make a difference? Or will his oath to darkness guide him to the enemy? And when he finds out they’ve taken his daughter…how far will he go to get her back?

Check it out on Goodreads.

5th November – The Violent Fae by Phil Willaims

They hid among us, until she exposed them.

They’ll destroy everything to be hidden again.

Pax is discovering that the smallest mistakes can have the deadliest impact. To protect her city, she’s uncovered monstrous truths and involved terrible people. The consequences are coming for her.

The Sunken City is unstable. The Fae are armed for war.

Can Pax stop the coming disaster?

Check it out on Goodreads.

12th November – The Once King (FFO #3) by Rachel Aaron & Travis Bach

Leylia’s secret could unite them all or lead them to an eternity of undeath.

After the loss of Bastion, everyone who’s not a zombie has holed up in FFO’s sole remaining safe haven: the lowbie town of Windy Lake. But the undead armies never rest, and it’s only a matter of time before the Once King’s forces come to crush what’s left of life in this world.
Leylia’s secret could unite them all or lead them to an eternity of undeath.

After the loss of Bastion, everyone who’s not a zombie has holed up in FFO’s sole remaining safe haven: the lowbie town of Windy Lake. But the undead armies never rest, and it’s only a matter of time before the Once King’s forces come to crush what’s left of life in this world.

But Tina, James, and the rest of the players are facing a crisis of their own. After so long in this world, their human bodies are dying on the other side. If they don’t find a way home soon, they may have nothing to go back to.

With time running out in two worlds, Tina and James face a horrible choice: do they spend their final days looking for a way to get back to their old bodies, or join the NPCs to fight for their new ones. But just when things look impossible, James learns a secret that might change everything. Only one catch: to pull it off, they’re going to have to fight one raid boss no one, not even Tina, has ever beaten.

Check it out on Goodreads.

14th November – Queens of Mana by Matt Larkin

Queens clash … Worlds bleed.

The octopus god has seized control of the mer kingdom of Mu, and Namaka will do anything to destroy him.

But how can she fight a creature of such power?

In desperation, she seeks aid from the other god-queens of Sawaiki. Yet they are embroiled in an all-out war for control of the world above the waves, and can spare no effort for the benthic realm.

A final battle is coming.

Who will rule paradise?

Check it out on Goodreads.

14th November – Wizardoms: Balance of Magic (Fate of Wizardoms #2) by Jeffrey L. Kohanek

Ruthless, ambitious wizards vie for a vacant throne, unaware that their actions could alter the balance of magic and the fate of the Eight Wizardoms. 

Lord Taladain is dead, the result of an exotic scheme made possible by the Eye of Obscurance, an amulet so dangerous, simply knowing it exists can bring grave danger.
What if the amulet fall into the wrong hands?

With a neighboring wizardom in chaos, Wizard Lord Malvorian seeks to expand his power, capturing prayers meant for another wizard lord and strengthening his magic beyond anything ever recorded. 
The world will tremble should Malvorian’s power rise to that of two gods. 

Check it out on Goodreads.

15th November – The Giants’ Spear by Jamie Edmundson

The quest for the seven weapons of Madria comes to its thrilling conclusion.

Few remain to resist the implacable advance of the dark forces unleashed by Diis. In the ice wastes of distant Halvia, Rabigar must locate the spear of the legendary Giants. In the vast expanse of the Lantinen Sea, Soren must search for the lost race of the Asrai.

In Kalinth, Belwynn must hold back the armies of the vengeful Lord of Ishari. As time runs out, she knows she must face her greatest test. Can she confront a god, and win?

Check it out on Goodreads.

16th November – Graves Robbed, Heirlooms Returned by Ashley Capes

Meet Reed Lavender, mostly-human nephew to Death herself, a man with the ability to hear the final words of the recently deceased.

Using those words and his own investigative skills, Reed does his best to solve crimes or bring peace, joined by his Reaper relatives and demi-gods – some of whom are actually helpful and others who only think they are.

On Reed’s latest case, this time trying to solve the murder of a teen runaway, he uncovers something far bigger and darker beneath his city, something vast, something that is ripening to rot…

Check it out on Goodreads.

19th November – Spit and Song (Ustlian Tales #2) by Travis M. Riddle

Kali is a merchant who yearns to leave the harsh deserts of Herrilock and travel across the sea, trading goods and soaking in the sights and cultures. With a new potion on the market undercutting her profits, though, her seabound dreams are put on hold indefinitely.

Failed musician Puk hits rock bottom after yet another catastrophic performance. Wandering the city streets in search of any sip of booze or whiff of fire-spit he can get his hands on, he resigns to the fact that he’s stuck in the desert with no way back home to Atlua.

Until one day, their paths cross with an illicit job opportunity. With its hefty payday, Kali and Puk could afford to finally escape the desert heat and set sail across the gulf.

The black market job would see them travel endless dunes on a road made from a massive dead beast’s ribs and out to a mythical city in the sea, scuffling with monsters and thugs in search of a long-lost book that might be the most dangerous object in the world.

How hard could it really be?

Check it out on Goodreads.

21st November – The Long Lost War by Jeff Walker

Far from Earth, in a distant solar system, clone soldiers are stuck in an on-going battle against colonial separatists. John 999801 must battle against an enemy that refuses to give up, and dreams of a woman he feels he’s seen before. The life of this low ranking clone soldier is about to take a turn for the worst. Or is it going to open his eyes to the truth? Can one clone soldier make a difference? And who is the woman in his dream? Answers and horrors await him as he joins his fellow replicas to the surface of a planet called… Hell.

Check it out on Goodreads.

24th November – Plea Bargin (Ace Grant, Demon Slayer #2) by Russ Linton

Ace has a plan: Surrender himself to a soul-eating demon so he can get close enough to strike.

He didn’t say it was a good plan. But when you’ve got terrible luck, sometimes the best course of action is to get ahead of it. Do the time. Accept the sentence. But never, ever accept the deal.

Ace’s plea bargain is a deal with the devil — an actual demon by the name of Mordecai Sunday. Mordecai and his corrupt forces plan to bring about the end of the world, one imprisoned soul at a time. Ace? He just wants his world to stop spinning out of control so he can go back home.

He’ll surrender himself to be judged for a crime he didn’t commit. With death already around the corner, he’s got nothing to lose. But when he’s transferred to Mordecai’s prisoner reform program, he sees just how near the end really is.

Now he’ll have to choose sides in a losing battle of magic and blood. Whoever he picks, whether it be his ghostly mentor’s tribe of tortured spirits, or his own ancestral power struggling to reemerge, he’s bound to make new enemies.

End of the world? It’s whatever. Ace was born in the trenches. He’ll put them all back in the grave if that’s what it takes to see his son again. And if the gods themselves intervene? He’ll dig a grave for them, too…

Check it out on Goodreads.

26th November – Courage to Sacrifice (The Silent Champtions #3) by Andy Peloquin

A suicidal mission. An impossible hunt for the enemy. A company of elite soldiers willing to risk it all.

Captain Aravon has accepted one final challenge: cross an entire continent to kill Tyr Farbjodr, the commander of the Eirdkilrs.

His mission leads through enemy territory, across the towering Sawtooth Mountains, and into the harsh tundra of the icy Wasteland in search of his target.

Hunted by savage foes, with only his small band of soldiers for support, it’s a race against time to put an end to the Eirdkilrs’ leader before he unleashes a devastating new attack that would destroy everything he’s fought and bled to protect.

With everything on the line, can Aravon and his Silent Champions withstand the full might of their cunning enemy to save their kingdom one last time..even if they have to sacrifice their lives to succeed?

Check it out on Goodreads.

27th November – Gilded Rose: A Beauty and the Beast Retelling (Celestials #1) by Emma Hamm

A monster is holding me hostage inside a chateau.

The world is plagued by creatures called the Dread. And he’s their king. I’ve tried to run. I’ve tried to hide. But there’s no escaping him. He wants to turn me into one of the creatures.

Unless… I find a way to break the curse. A curse that has turned him into the monster that he is.

He wasn’t supposed to destroy cities. He’s one of the Celestials meant to save humanity. As I uncover the truth and break his curse, I wonder if I’ve lost myself in the process. Can I still escape him?

Or has he taken my heart forever?

Check it out on Goodreads.

30th November – Legacy of Ghosts (The Coraidic Saga #2) by Alicia Wanstall-Burke

Four years have passed since Lidan’s world was ripped apart, and time is running out to change her father’s mind about the succession before the bargain with her mother expires. Torn between what she wants and what she knows is right, she is faced with an impossible choice; will her brother live, or will he die?

Within the walls of the Hidden Keep, Ranoth holds his secrets close as he tries to harness his wild magic. But when life in the Keep descends into chaos, he is cast once more into the outside world, forced upon a southward path toward unknown lands and untold danger.

With Ran set on seeking justice and revenge, and Lidan fighting to find her feet and follow her heart, journeys will converge, and the ghosts of a past thought long dead will rise.

Check it out on Goodreads.

30th November – The Last King of the Mountain (The True Queen of the Lathai #1) by Camryn Daytona

Ever since her mother Queen Aramaris was killed by the Malda, Ariawyn has been raised to be the next Queen Of Lathai. But she feels unprepared for her role, and instead flees from the elven lands, joining a group of wandering dwarves and returning to their homeland in Fighgarum.

As Ariawyn finds herself embroiled in the politics of the dwarves, those she left behind grapple with a kingdom that has lost its heir, an over ambitious regent, and unwelcome tidings from the Northern Isles. 

Check it out on Goodreads.

30th November – The Last Bloom of the Jade Lotus (Scions of the Black Lotus #6)

The ringleader of a rebellion has holed up with his allies in an unassailable castle, and it is up to Jie, Tian, and other members of the Black Lotus clan’s Floating World cell to assassinate him.

Check it out on Goodreads.

November – Queens of the Wyrd by Timandra Whitecastle

Raise your shield. Defend your sisters. Prepare for battle.

Check it out on Goodreads.

Space for more.