Get Your Read On!
Are you ready to read some of the best dark fantasy books from UK author Rebecca Clare Smith? Then delve between these pages to find fantastic novels with werewolves, vampires, and zombies that you can really sink your teeth into. There are supernatural detective books and post-apocalyptic romances to whet your reading whistle.
Dystopian Series Or Supernatural Future?
Can’t decide which dark fantasy books to buy next? If you like women sleuths or you can’t get enough of wayward werewolves, then the Indigo Skies series is perfect for you. A series of four novels that just keep growing, these dark fantasy books are set in a supernatural future where crime capers and magical powers go hand in hand. Not to mention the occasional splash of romance!
But if you prefer some proper passion, grab copies of the Survival trilogy. Here, a sinister dystopian future lies ahead. But the zombies in these dark fantasy books are nothing compared to the fire between the two main characters. These books will simply sizzle in your hands!
Devoured All The Books?
If you’ve read everything by Rebecca that you can get your hands on, don’t worry. There’s always a wordcount meter so you can see what’s coming out next and she always has a blog post or two you can really devour. Sometimes, she even posts excerpts from novels that are sure to become your next favourite dark fantasy books!
Plus, you can grab supernatural merchandise and snag an author autograph for your ebooks!
Want to get in touch with the author? Don’t forget, you can keep up to date by following her on facebook, twitter, and instagram where you’ll get intriguing book news before anyone else. You can also sign up to her exclusive mailing list, which will let you know as soon as her latest book hits the shelf!
So, what are you waiting for? Get reading!
Written by Rebecca Clare Smith on Friday 6th July, 2018.
Today is a bit of a step away from my usual personal posts due to something disappointing that happened to me last week in regards to unscrupulous ebook sellers. Needless to say, I was not a happy bunny.