#Free Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Books #whychoose

Free books for everyone šŸ˜ Some of these books are perma-free and some are only free for a short period, so hurry up and grab them when you can. šŸ’ø

Love Blooms: A Fantasy Reverse Harem (with a twist) by Mia Harlan, Hanleigh Bradley, Eva Delaney, Elena Gray, Jewels Arthur and C.C. Pine

Indebted to the Vampires (House of Durand Book 1) by Erin Bedford

Fate’s Fools by Ophelia Bell

Called: A Reverse Harem Shifter Romance (Hell Baited Wolves Book 1) by Cali Mann

Meow (Catnip Assassins Book 1) by Skye MacKinnon

Godhunter (The Godhunter Series Book 1) by Amy Sumida

Studying her Vikings (Norsemen Academy Book 1) by Skye MacKinnon

All the Teacher’s Pet Beasts: Shifter Days, Twin Afternoons, Vampire Nights Paranormal Romance Duet (All the Teacher’s Pets Book 1) by N.J. Adel

The Four Horsemen: Legacy: A Reverse Harem Urban Fantasy Romance (The Four Horsemen Series Book 1) by L.J. Swallow

Her Demons: A Reverse Harem Romance Prequel by Crystal Ash

Winter’s Guardian (Her Guardian’s Series Book 1) by G. Bailey

Unicorn Mates (Valentine Pride Book 1) by Laura Greenwood

Earth and Embers (Briarwood Witches Book 1) by Steffanie Holmes

Their Tygress by Joely Sue Burkhart

Forked Tongues Are Fun (A Touch of Dragon Fire Book 1) by Holly Ryan

The Dragon Heiress: The Dragon Realms, Book 1: A Dragon Fantasy Romance by Eve Newton

The Vicious: Undead in New Orleans by Joely Sue Burkhart

Avarice: House of Mustelid: A Dark Paranormal Reverse Harem by Emma Cole

Fairy-Struck (The Twilight Court Book 1) by Amy Sumida

Her Alien Lovers: Otherworldly Mates SciFi Serial Romance (An Iceilus Reverse Harem Book 1) by Lacey Carter Andersen

Free Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Books

Author Hanleigh Bradley #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

A bit about myselfā€¦ Well, I’m a British author and every day I get closer to hitting thirty. (My birthday is in March). I love writing and in some ways I think it might have saved my life at least once or twice.

Have you always wanted to become an author?

I’m not completely sure when I first realised that I wanted to be an author. Perhaps it wasn’t until I started writing Broken Rules, the first book I published. It probably would have been better if I’d realised sooner, then I might have even more books written by now. I’m currently at 26, I believe.

What was your inspiration for your current book/series?

Inspirationā€¦ At the moment, I’m working on the third book in the Kumari’s Kitsune series. It’s a fantasy/ PNR reverse harem series and it takes a lot of inspiration from Asian folklore and languages. I absolutely love Asian culture so really enjoyed researching for the series.

What are you working on now?

Lost to the Throne is the third book in a seven book series, Kumari’s Kitsune about a young girl, just eighteen who has to take her place as Kumari (Queen) of the realm, claim her seven mates and save the realm. In book three, Lost to the Throne, Bae has already claimed four out of her seven mates and is on her way to the Island of Seom to claim the fifth.

Do you have any quirks while writing?

quirksā€¦ I have a lot of bad habits like eating constantly while writing but not so many quirks. I write best when I’m hiding away in my bed, preferably at night when the house is silent.

What are your hopes for the future?

In the future, I’d like to just keep doing what I’m doing. I love writing and can’t imagine anything better than living my life doing what I love. I mean sure it would be great if I got on the Times Bestseller list or the USA today but really, I don’t care so long as my readers enjoy my books.

Do you have any advice for new authors about the publishing world?

Adviceā€¦ It’s nothing exciting and it’s pretty obvious but the most important thing you can do is establish a routine. Be organised and stay on top of your writing. Write every day and set goals. The other advice I’d give is to ask for help. If you don’t know something there are hundreds of people who have been where you are willing to help.

Do you have anything to say to your readers?

Something to say to my readersā€¦. Thank you for making my dream come true. It’s cheesy but it’s true. If you didn’t read my books I wouldn’t be writing them.

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