There’s a Fungus Among Us
Hi all, we have a wonderful week planned for you, and your kindles! Not only do we have a fun new book coming out from the team of James A. Hunter and Aaron Michael Ritchey, but we’re inviting you to our expo this weekend.
On Saturday at 3pm EST, Shadow Alley Press is hosting our first expo to show off and share the excitement in the projects that are coming out this year! You can tune in on Facebook to watch the livestream with authors James Hunter, J.D. Astra, Aaron Michael Ritchey, D.J. Bodden, Nathan Ameye, Kenneth Arant, and more. You’re not going to want to miss this fun sneak peek into the new year.
Between now and Saturday, you can fill the long hours by reading the brand new Shadowcroft Academy for Dungeons: Year One. Our dungeon master-in-training may just be a large mushroom creature but he’s ready to prove he’s got what it takes. Part litRPG, part dungeon core, part magical academy, it’s sure to be a good time leaving you begging for morel.
Want a chance to win it for free? Just click HERE to enter our giveaway. Good luck and happy reading.
Build a Dungeon. Slay Heroes. Survive Finals
Wounded Army vet Logan Murray thought mimics were the stuff of board games and dungeon manuals… right up until one ate him.
In a flash of snapping teeth, Logan suddenly finds himself on the doorstep to another world. He’s been unwittingly recruited into the Shadowcroft Academy for Dungeons—the most prestigious interdimensional school dedicated to training the monstrous guardians who protect the Tree of Souls from so-called heroes. Heroes who would destroy the universe if it meant a shot at advancement.
Unfortunately, as a bottom-tier cultivator with a laughably weak core, Logan’s dungeon options aren’t exactly stellar, and he finds himself reincarnated as a lowly fungaloid, a three-foot-tall mass of spongy mushroom with fewer skills than a typical sewer rat. If he’s going to survive the grueling challenges the academy has in store, he’ll need to ace the odd assortment of classes—Fiendish Fabrication, Dungeon Feng Shui, the Ethics of Murder 101—and learn how to turn his unusual guardian form into an asset instead of a liability.
And that’s only if the gargoyle professor doesn’t demote him to a doomed wandering monster first…
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