Seasons of Sorcery

Back in the day, I used to look forward to a good anthology. I haven’t picked one up in a while, but I will be checking out Seasons of Sorcery when it comes out. Featuring stories from Jeffe Kennedy, Jennifer Estep, Grace Draven and Amanda Bouchet, it has a release date of November 13th.

41960984Synopsis…

WINTER’S WEB BY JENNIFER ESTEP
An assassin at a renaissance faire. What could possibly go wrong? Everything, if you’re Gin Blanco. This Spider is trapped in someone else’s icy web—and it seems like they don’t want her to leave the faire alive . . .

A CURSE FOR SPRING BY AMANDA BOUCHET

A malevolent spell strangles the kingdom of Leathen in catastrophic drought. Prince Daric must break the curse before his people starve. A once-mighty goddess trapped in a human body might be the key—but saving his kingdom could mean losing all that he loves.

THE DRAGONS OF SUMMER BY JEFFE KENNEDY

As unofficial consort to the High Queen, former mercenary Harlan Konyngrr faces a challenge worse than looming war and fearsome dragons. His long-held secrets threaten what he loves most—and he must make a choice between vows to two women.

A WILDERNESS OF GLASS BY GRACE DRAVEN

The stretch of sea known as The Gray rules the lives of those in the village of Ancilar, including widow Brida Gazi. In the aftermath of an autumn storm, Brida discovers one of the sea’s secrets cast onto the shore—a discovery that will change her world, mend her soul, and put her in the greatest danger she’s ever faced.

Are you a fan of a good anthology? The last one I picked up was Amid the Winter Snow, which was a winner, so hopefully this one will follow suit.

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2 thoughts on “Seasons of Sorcery

  1. library addict says:

    I am so excited to finally get a story from Harlan’s POV (in the Jeffe Kennedy novella). Ursula & Harlan are my favorite couple in her Thirteen Kingdoms/Uncharted Realms series.

    I used to read every novella when I bought print anthologies back in the day. I discovered many a new author that way.

    But now that I read mostly digitally, I tend to buy anthologies and only read the novella/author I purchased the anthology for. Part of that is that most novellas seem to be part of on-going series, so if I’m not already reading that author I skip their story as I am usually a strict read-in-order type of person. And partly because I already have a massive TBR and unless the blurb really catches my eye I just don’t bother to add the other novellas.

    • kaleigha says:

      I haven’t even seen a ton of anthologies lately, but I have picked up more individual novellas. The next one I am looking forward to is a BDB story from JR Ward. I think it is called Prisoner of Night, and it will be out in January. I really liked the last one, Dear Ivie, too.

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