Gwendolyn Evenshine thought being a fairy godmother would be cut and dried—take on a charge, solve a royal problem, and return to the Academy for her next assignment. But she got too close.
When the beloved Princess Francesca is brutally murdered on her watch, Gwen refuses to resume her fairy godmother duties. Instead, she laces her docs and hits the streets of Boston in search of the bastard who took Frankie from her, a serial killer who operates in lunar cycles. But Gwen’s magic is on the fritz, and bodies are piling up.
Gwen enlists the talents of Chessa Moon, an upbeat pixie crime blogger who will do anything for a scoop. Together, they open new leads as they race against the hunter’s moon. As the killer hits closer and closer to home, Gwen is forced to confront her past and nail the killer, or she’ll lose more than just her shot at vengeance—she’ll lose the only person in her life worth a damn.
“FAIRY GODMURDER comes along and knocks you on your ass with a world that lures you in and keeps you there. Sarah Sover puts the fae in fatal!” James R. Tuck- The Deacon Chalk series
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"A skillful blend of traditional heist, absurdist fantasy, and satirical takes on modern society." -Dan Stout, author of Titanshade
“Sover’s ability to gross out readers is nothing short of gleeful…Comedy-fantasy fans with strong stomachs will enjoy this book.” – Kirkus Reviews
Rent in New Metta is through the cavern ceiling. When Granu barely survives her first gig teaching students who attempt to fillet her for lunch, the baby-eating troll ends up unemployed and facing eviction. Granu's only prospect for income is grueling work in the tar pits. That is, until her playboy best friend devises a perfect, if suicidal, scheme—a heist!
The Covered Bridge, the largest source of income for the city, has New Metta well under hoof. In a week, TCB Corporation pulls in enough cash to buy a small country. It's the ideal target, but security is top-notch. Granu needs three things to survive this heist: a crew of specialists, impenetrable sun protection, and gallons of grog.
There’s just one thing Granu doesn’t plan for—those damn meddling billy goats.
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The JordanCon 2022 Anthology: Neither Beginnings Nor Endings, has evolved and now features not only great short stories but also artwork from our talented group of JordanCon members and guests. All proceeds of this Anthology will go towards supporting JordanCon's 2021 charity, and copies ordered here can be picked up at the Charity Events room anytime during the convention.
Become Legend: The JordanCon 2020 Anthology is now available for pre-sale. This collection contains 20 short stories all in some way addressing the theme of “Legends”, with stories from both guests and attendees of JordanCon. All proceeds of this Anthology will go towards supporting JordanCon’s 2020 charity, and copies ordered here can be picked up at the Charity Events room anytime during the convention.
Included short story The Legendary Lord Redfield The Reaper, by Sarah J. Sover, is the MontyPython-esque tale of Dougal, a neer-do-well who bumbles his way to infamy.
For over a decade, JordanCon has been a place where writers of all calibers, interests, and walks of life have come together to share their love of the craft. To honor that, we have collected stories that span science fiction and fantasy from past guests of honor, notable guests, and attendees and put them together in this limited edition anthology, available for sale exclusively at JordanCon. Proceeds of the sales will go towards the JordanCon Charity.
Included short story A Faerie Tale, by Sarah J. Sover, is a dark spin on classic lore that reminds us that the fae aren't to be taken lightly.
Sarah is a contributor to: Putting the Fact in Fantasy, a collection of essays from historians, linguists, martial artists, and other experts to help you write more compelling fantasy by getting the facts right
Whether it’s correctly naming the parts of a horse, knowing how lords and ladies address one another, or building a realistic fantasy army, getting the details right takes fantasy writing to the next level. Featuring some of the most popular articles from Dan Koboldt’s Fact in Fantasy blog as well as several never-before-seen essays, this book gives aspiring and established fantasy writers alike an essential foundation to the fascinating history and cultures of our own world, which serve as a jumping-off point for more inspired and convincing fantasy.