Another new #audiobook YAY! The Staff and the Blade is now available.

So these things happen when schedules get messy, and I didn’t intend to have two new audiobooks release in the same month, but The Staff and the Blade: Irin Chronicles Book Four the book that has been in audio production for over six months… IS FINALLY HERE! Amazon: http://amzn.to/2sjewdx Audible: http://adbl.co/2nWdjDx iTunes: https://apple.co/2EpB55n It was a long book and a long process, but I’m really pleased with the result and I think you will be too. New characters. New narrator. Jay Britton is highly talented and I think you’re going to love it. This book was a huge project, so I hope audiobook fans are pleased.

NEW AUDIOBOOK! YAY! #MidnightLabyrinth is now available.

It’s here, it’s here, it’s here! The audio edition of Midnight Labyrinth is now available! Audible: http://adbl.co/2E53y06 Amazon: http://amzn.to/2Fyrt4V “This marvelous story is part caper, part mystery and part political skullduggery as an attempt to do a good deed backfires spectacularly.” Now nominated for an RT Magazine “Best Indie Press/Self-Published Urban Fantasy” award. Remember, if you’re an Audible member, you can get Midnight Labyrinth for one credit (nearly half off the list price) and if you’re not an Audible member, sign up today and get Midnight Labyrinth as your free book for trying out an Audible subscription.

Character Inspiration: INK

Helloooooooo, everyone. So, it’s a funny thing, this writing thing. Sometimes, my imaginary friends (those would be my book characters) are really vivid to me. Sometimes I can see them in mah brain. Sometimes, I can hear their voice. Sometimes I just have a really vivid impression of their character and personality, but the physical description is fuzzy. But if there’s one thing I’ve learned from years of writing and publishing, it is this: most readers like visuals! SO! I try to make visuals. This also makes it easier for my marketing assistant to do cool graphics and fun ads and stuff. So to celebrate the launch of INK and the fictional town of Metlin, California, I created this fun “casting” for the book. Now, is everyone here exactly how I see them in my head? No, because we’re limited by stock photography and stuff. But these are pretty close! […]

Ink by Elizabeth Hunter

#TeaserTuesday: A look at INK

I shared this with my newsletter subscribers last week, but I wanted to share it with you today. This is a quick peek of INK, my new contemporary romance that will be coming out on March 13th! It’s now available for preorder at all major retailers.   ➜Amazon http://amzn.to/2G9peX3 ➜Nook http://bit.ly/2mGN1W1 ➜iBooks https://apple.co/2FBpNbQ ➜Kobo http://bit.ly/2FEIo6J ➜Smashwords http://bit.ly/2EIZY8s ➜Add to Goodreads: http://bit.ly/2mdgerk ➜Pinterest Board: http://bit.ly/2maCvWj     From INK… Ox kept looking in her eyes, and Emmie was starting to feel scrutinized. “I’m fine.” “You sure that’s all it is?” he asked. “You just need a breather?” “I told you I’m fine.” “I’m sorry about Ginger. I should have just ignored her.” He was examining her face like he was searching for something. “I fucked up. Did she ruin it?” Emmie shook her head. “Of course not. Everyone’s out there having a great time. Daisy’s food rocks. We haven’t run out of […]

Ink by Elizabeth Hunter

New #contemporaryromance INK: A Love Story on 7th and Main

Happy New Year! I decided to start 2018 with a brand new pre-order releasing March 13. INK is a story I outlined a few years ago that got put on the back burner because other responsibilities intruded. But I pulled it out last year, finally wrote it, and now I have my first new contemporary romance in six years! “But Elizabeth, you write fantasy, not contemporary.” Common misconception, my friends! Though I’ll always consider myself a fantasy writer first, I actually got started writing contemporary romance. (And I do have one stand-alone CR already published, The Genius and the Muse.) The idea for this book, which will probably be a series of stand-alones, is for me to have a bit of a break from the heavy world-building of the Irin Chronicles and Elemental Legacy. INK is an entertaining romp of small town, opposites-attract romance combined with a heaping helping of […]

The ups and downs of audiobooks.

As many of you know, I’ve been working for the last year on completing self-publishing on the some of my books for audio. This has been while also writing and publishing six other pieces of fiction. Confession time: I hate producing my own audiobooks. I don’t hate audiobooks! Though they’re not my favorite format for reading fiction, I absolutely love listening to non-fiction, especially for memoir and comedy, and I’ve slowly crept into appreciating short fiction in audio format. My son adores audiobooks and has a ton of them on his iPod in lots of genres, but mostly sci-fi and fantasy. And he’s the one that really got me started on appreciating the format. In fact, I have some audiobook recs here. But producing my own books? Nope. Hate it. Absolutely hate it. ALL of this has to do with me being the author of the thing being produced. Several things […]

Bloggity, blog, blog, blog.

How’s it going? Yes, it’s been a while. The good news is, I have lots of fun news to share! New anthology is almost here! Amid the Winter Snow, my holiday anthology with Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, and Jeffe Kennedy is releasing in just a few days, but you can preorder at all these links! It’s a great collection of novellas that all take place in different worlds. Mine is called THE STORM and it’s Max and Renata’s story in the Irin Chronicles. Here’s the synopsis and an excerpt from THE STORM. ➜Amazon: http://amzn.to/2k7MZIn ➜iBbooks: http://apple.co/2i3E9qL ➜Nook: http://bit.ly/2kd4OG1 ➜Kobo: http://bit.ly/2BmFlx6 ➜Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2j184Rs ➜Google Play: http://bit.ly/2zyYWcX As the snows fall and hearths burn, four stories of Midwinter beginnings prove that love can fight its way through the chillest night… THE DARKEST MIDNIGHT, by Grace Draven The mark Jahna Ulfrida was born with has made her a target of the cruel and […]

Midnight Labyrinth by Elizabeth Hunter

Midnight Labyrinth is Live!

Purchase Links Amazon iBooks Nook Smashwords Kobo   It’s here! You guys, I’m so excited to share this book with you. I’ve had the bones of this series sketched out for FIVE YEARS. Seriously, I’m really excited. I love this book. I love these characters. They’re weird and wonderful in the best way. (I think.) I’m glad I have readers who appreciate them. I want to thank every one of you who thought these two crazy characters needed their own series, because I loved writing this book and I’m already working on the next one. Thanks for your enthusiasm AND your patience. Ben and Tenzin have taken a very long and winding path to their first novel. I hope you all think it was worth it. I hope you enjoy MIDNIGHT LABYRINTH. Giveaway Open to US residents only a Rafflecopter giveaway

Books, what books? We’re talking coffee.

Okay, okay, yes. So I’m horrible about blogging and haven’t done it in a while. But good news! I have a bunch of stuff coming out soon. The biggest is MIDNIGHT LABYRINTH, which is out in just a couple days! And then we have Amid the Winter Snow next month. Some new audiobooks in the Elemental Legacy series coming soon, and more. But today I want to talk coffee. As many of you know, my fiancé is Ethiopian (we met on my research trip for A Stone-Kissed Sea) and I love coffee very much. I mean him. I love HIM very much. And also coffee. I used to think I made good coffee, and I kind of do. I made good American coffee. But once you’ve been to the birthplace of coffee, you realize a couple things. American coffee (even strong coffee) is coffee-flavored-water. Milk is not necessary in coffee, […]