With winter comes books

How has your week been? We have a few inches of snow on the ground. I adore snow, and am absolutely loving it. I’m also embarrassed to admit that I’ve watched Christmas with the Kranks at least once a day.

Below is what I have mapped out for the rest of the winter. It’s a crazy schedule of releases with audiobooks on the right. I do not know when the audiobooks will be released. We don’t get that option, so whenever Amazon pushes them through, I’ll let you know. I got to listen to the beginning of Howl for the Damned’s third book, though, which is in production. Check it out.

D. Fischer's new young adult novels being published in 2020 and 2021.

I’ll be passing out sneak peeks soon. Snag them while you can!
Blood Sport (Charity Multi-author Boxed Set)
The Grim Fairytales Collection by D. Fischer
The Shape of Darkness (Heavy Lies the Crown: One) by D. Fischer
Enchanted Kingdoms (Charity Multi-Author Boxed Set)

Game of Thrones meets Terry Brooks in this high fantasy series by New York Times Bestselling Author Aaron Hodges.

Pursued by the inhuman Tangata, Lukys flees on foot through the wilderness. He and his companions make for the ocean, a stolen ship their only hope—but even that may prove fleeting. For should they reach the island of Perfugia, a war is brewing between the kingdoms of humanity. Lukys fears he will find only more death on the shores of their homeland. But they have nowhere else left to go.

Meanwhile, the Queen’s Archivist might hold the key to peace. Standing before the City of the Gods, Erika has dreamed of this moment her entire life—so why does she feel such dread? The City is nothing like she imagined, plain stone buildings in place of soaring towers. And the Gods have sworn against interference in the struggles of lesser beings. She must make them see the truth, convince them to abandon their ancient laws, or humanity will fall. And the Tangata will rule, ascendant.


Throne of Glass meets Minecraft in this exciting romantic YA fantasy.One prince wants her out. 
Another wants her as a pawn. 
Someone wants her dead. 
Zora wants to win the cup and tell them all to screw themselves.  

Yes, 17-year-old Zora cheated her way into the Royal Games, but it was for a very good reason. Her ex-boyfriend thought she couldn’t attain glory on her own. Just because she was a girl. And he was the real cheater. So she took his place. 
Now she’s competing for the legendary Blood Cup, representing the Dark Valley. It’s her chance to prove her worth and bring glory for her people. If she wins, of course. 
But winning is far from easy. The younger prince thinks she’s a fragile damsel who doesn’t belong in the competition. Determined to eliminate her at all costs, he’s stacking the challenges against her. Zora hates him, hates him, hates him, and will do anything to prove him wrong.  
The older prince is helping her, but the cost is getting Zora entangled in dangerous flirting games. Flirting, the last thing she wanted. 
And then there’s someone trying to kill her. 
The Cup and the Prince is a light and fun YA fantasy with romance, action, and intrigue, for readers 15 and older.  It’s book 1 in the series Kingdom of Curses and Shadows.


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DV Fischer

USA TODAY Bestselling & Award-Winning Author