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I’ve currently set up the Dark and Daring Fantasy Giveaway for the entire month of May. Submissions are open for titles. I approve most entries as long as they are complete stories and fit the theme in some way.

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Paid memberships enable integration with your email list service. You can make collection of emails from readers optional or mandatory. My titles currently have an optional status, and I still gain new email list subscribers every week.

If you think you want to try out this marketing service, use this link to initiate a paid membership. Email marketing is one of the most effective forms of book marketing, and free ebooks attract new subscribers.

The giveaway will go live for readers on May 1st. ProlificWorks makes it easy for readers to open ebooks on their devices. It’s a popular site. I gain hundreds of downloads a month and dozens of new email subscribers without really doing much. I’m sure I’d get better results if I could pay more attention to book marketing.

Free Fantasy Ebooks by Tracy Falbe

I also provide free ebooks to email newsletter subscribers right here at my website. Check out my free fantasy ebooks.

Union of Renegades

The epic begins as Dreibrand Veta and the conquering Horde of the Atrophane Empire reach a mythic Wilderness that beckons with a magical call to glory. But Onja, Queen of the rys, a race far more powerful than the greatest human state, guards this land. She has the power to imprison souls and her genocidal rage is legendary. Everything is at risk for her desperate enemies, the union of renegades.

Rys Rising

A young warrior ruined and near death is saved by Onja a mysterious rys female. Forsaking all that he was, he will take the name Amar and serve his new magical mistress. A lord among outlaws he will become, feared by kings and called the dro-shalum or curse demon by the common folk

Werelord Thal: A Renaissance Werewolf Tale

Thal embodies the ancient magic of the pagan past. He challenges a world conquered by a spiritual system that denies the flesh and forgets the Earth. Although wanted for Devil worship and shape shifting, he still boldly walks the streets of 16th century Prague. Jesuits hunt him. Mercenaries fear him. Musicians sing his praise, and women are captivated by his alpha swagger.

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What is an empath and how this identity motivates my writing

Empathy is a state of perception that allows you to actually feel the emotions of others (people, animals, plants, the Earth). An empath describes an individual who has a natural ability to detect and absorb the emotional energies of others. Neurologists have identified mirror neurons within the brain that give us the ability to feel or “mirror” the feelings of others. Mirror neurons could be the biological mechanism of empathy.

The perceptions and abilities of empaths range through a spectrum of sensitivities from highly sensitive to fully empathic. I believe that I fall somewhere in the middle of this spectrum.

My research about empaths has informed me that I can cultivate and control my empathic sense. I’m trying to learn how to consciously evaluate the energies of others instead of just letting the external emotions bury me. Ultimately, I hope to improve my ability to insulate myself and recognize the difference between my feelings and outside energies.

I realized early in life that I had natural empathy for my surroundings. When I learned the word empathy as a child, I thought, “Oh yeah, I feel that all of the time.”

When empaths receive the emotions of others into their inner beings, that outside emotional weight bears down on them. It can feel like being an emotional landfill. For this reason, empaths must make a conscious effort to clear away or segregate external feelings to protect their physical and mental health.

Before empaths realize their situation, they typically suffer from overwhelming stress as they strive to please everyone around them. If they can make everyone happy, then they can feel happy.

How My Empath Identity Made Me a Novelist

I struggled in this state of stressful overload all of my life. Writing was my way of coping with the constant barrage of emotional energy. By creating characters and stories, I was processing all of the feelings overlapping with my own. When people ask me where I get my ideas from, I’m almost at a loss for an explanation because I’m buried in ideas and experiences every waking minute.

Writing stories gives me a space where I can process many emotions and attribute them to various characters. This activity is very therapeutic for me. I always emerge from a fiction writing session feeling cleansed.

Writing also grants me entry into what is known as a flow state. In a flow state, a person achieves pristine focus and the rest of the world drops away. When writing fiction, I transcend myself and find relief and even pleasure.

It took years to grasp that most other people did not possess empathic sensitivity in the same way as me. Most people experience empathy to a much lesser extent, and some not at all. People can cultivate a sense of empathy, which is an admirable goal, but it’s not the same as natural ability. Empathy for me is like the five senses. It just happens.

Expanding My Empath Skills

Now that I am actively researching the empath concept, I’ve learned techniques for processing the emotional overload. I’m currently developing my ability to sort my feelings into two piles so that I can identify which are my feelings and which are external feelings. I’ve found this practice to be very rewarding. It’s such a relief sometimes to recognize something as external because it helps me stay grounded in myself.

Identifying the sources of feeling also gives me an opportunity to process energy strategically. I can either deflect emotions or let myself digest them.

An Example of Deflecting Emotion

As someone who works from home, I have unfortunately been privy to an ongoing domestic dispute at the home next to mine. The owner of the home had moved in with his fiance and was fixing up his house to list it for sale. While he was doing this, his young adult son broke into the home and started squatting. (I witnessed the break in.)

Every week the father would come by the day before trash collection and fill up the bins and get into a huge fight with his son because he did not want him there. This went on for weeks. I overhead profanity-filled arguments that were very vile and heartbreaking. The final fight culminated in violence. During the final episode, the emotional tornado was so extreme that I went outside so that I could stand barefoot on the ground. (This grounds a person to the Earth.) I said aloud, “Not my feelings!” and felt a liberating clarity as I rejected the overflowing sewer of emotions. It was a glorious and empowering moment to push away the anger and despair of two dysfunctional people.

The son is still squatting there, and the father has not been back for a few months. Everyone in the neighborhood is hoping that the home will be listed and sold eventually, but that remains a long shot with a loser squatting in the house.

An Example of Processing Emotion

The devastating wildfire that destroyed Paradise, California, affected me deeply. Having lived in the neighboring town of Chico for 12 years, I was very familiar with this town. At one time, I even looked at houses in Paradise but rejected the location because it was obvious that the entire place was doomed to burn. I of course followed the news about the deaths and survivors very closely and eventually took some time to invite in the collective agony of that disaster. I consciously let it overwhelm me and gave myself time to cry. Then, I consciously shifted the feelings away from me. I chose not to deflect the devastation because I wanted to honor the suffering.

Hurricane Katrina was another disaster that burdened me significantly. It occurred before I learned some skills for sorting and processing energy. When Katrina happened, I simply slogged along in misery for a long time even though I was thousands of miles away from the disaster.

The truth is that there is misery all around us. I notice it, but I have to keep myself somewhat aloof. Part of me is processing the daily tragedies and joys that unfold around me, but for the sake of my health I have to maintain some distance.

Fiction writing remains a place where I can let myself feel everything in a psychologically safe way for me.

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Werelord Thal: A Renaissance Werewolf Tale

Thal embodies the ancient magic of the pagan past. He challenges a world conquered by a spiritual system that denies the flesh and forgets the Earth. Although wanted for Devil worship and shape shifting, he still boldly walks the streets of 16th century Prague. Jesuits hunt him. Mercenaries fear him. Musicians sing his praise, and women are captivated by his alpha swagger.

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Rys Rising: Book I

A young warrior ruined and near death is saved by Onja a mysterious rys female. Forsaking all that he was, he will take the name Amar and serve his new magical mistress. A lord among outlaws he will become, feared by kings and called the dro-shalum or curse demon by the common folk. Indulge yourself and read this sumptuous epic told from many angles.

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Union of Renegades: The Rys Chronicles Book I

The epic begins as Dreibrand Veta and the conquering Horde of the Atrophane Empire reach a mythic Wilderness that beckons with a magical call to glory. But Onja, Queen of the rys, a race far more powerful than the greatest human state, guards this land. She has the power to imprison souls and her genocidal rage is legendary. Everything is at risk for her desperate enemies, the union of renegades.

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Nerves Before Battle – An Excerpt from Free Fantasy Ebook Union of Renegades

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 12 years since I published my first novel, Union of Renegades: The Rys Chronicles Book I.

It’s an ambitious epic fantasy that launches a four-book series that creates a seven-year saga.

The excerpt that I present here depicts the moments before one of the early battles in the rebellion against Onja…

Taischek shifted in the saddle, his bones creaking with the leather, yet his blood pumped youthfully as he thought about his hated enemy. Sacking Dursalene was going to upset the Sabuto so much that Taischek almost wished he could stay behind to witness their prolonged distress.

General Xander and Dreibrand flanked the King as the war party waited on the edge of the woods near the town. They had only to gallop across a few pastures to reach Dursalene, which appeared to still be ignorant of their presence.

The night grew old and the dawn approached, and Dreibrand watched his warding crystal, waiting for the signal. Xander fidgeted on the other side of the King.

“This had better work,” the General growled impatiently.

“It will,” Taischek soothed his surly friend. “Shan would not lead me to ruin, especially while raiding the Sabuto. I am rather looking forward to seeing what he will do.”

“If he can really do anything,” Xander complained. “Has anyone ever seen him do anything like this?”

Dreibrand’s Atrophaney heritage surfaced. He had an aversion to this negative talk before a battle and retorted, “Yes! I have seen Shan’s magic. He kept Miranda from freezing to death on the glacier from many hasas away. Shan challenges Onja, and you would doubt that he can break a wooden Sabuto fence?”

Sighing, Taischek calmed the warriors. “Settle down, young Dreibrand. No one doubts Shan. Xander just lacks patience and is quick to grumble.”

Xander snorted.

Day broke quickly once the sun passed the Rysamand but Shan had yet to signal. With the day brightening, the Temu knew they would soon be spotted so close to the settlement. Shan had to hurry.

Every bird chirp seemed like a squawk of alarm from Sabuto spies and the horses stomped, reflecting their riders’ nerves. Taischek monitored the crystal in Dreibrand’s hand and continually glanced at the foreign warrior for an explanation.

“Oh, this is ridiculous,” Xander hissed. “Sire, we must leave.”

Taischek’s heart sank. He really wanted to raid Dursalene, and he had really believed in Shan. He did not understand how the rys could have failed, but he could not waste his warriors on a raid that could not succeed.

“The time seems longer than it is,” Dreibrand offered. He had played a part in many great battles and victoriously stormed many eastern cities, so his nerve was slow to dissolve. He had battled on fields turned muddy with blood and the Sabuto town distressed him little.

Dreibrand’s confidence encouraged Taischek, who decided to wait longer and was soon rewarded with the desired signal. Dreibrand held the glowing orb aloft so some of the Temu could see the bright blue light and know the time had arrived. Excitement rippled through the warriors and raised weapons clattered in the morning air. Dreibrand tucked away the warding crystal, tightened his grip on Starfield’s reins, and drew his sword.

Smiling to Taischek, he said, “Shall we?”

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Coupon code Dec2018 saves you 30% on fantasy ebooks

Through the end of the year, use coupon code Dec2018 and save 30 percent off your ebook or audiobook order at Brave Luck Books.

While I keep working on my next novel, continue one of my series or send ebooks as gifts.

Digital downloads are an elegant solution for last minute gifts when you don’t have time to ship a physical gift.

How to Send Ebooks as Gifts

Checkout at my website provides the option of sending digital downloads to a gift recipient. At the top of the form where you enter payment details, the form asks you if the purchase is a gift. If it is, select “yes” and then enter the recipient’s email.

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New Release! Refugee Trail novella blends fantasy with dystopia

After a four-year drought, I’m thrilled to announce the publication of a new story.

It’s a novella set in a world thrown into disarray after the impact of a comet.

About the Story

Myles Rulong leads a band of survivors into unknown lands. They were driven from their ancestral home by the brutal Lashers waging a campaign to capture resources. A comet had hit their fair world of Deos, and the planetary disruption had brought cruel drought to a once bountiful continent.

Myles and his people are now bereft of their ancient Kadolia magic. Their Elders say that the magic came from their homeland and that it is gone forever. They are scrambling desperately through badlands to stay ahead of Lasher slave hunters when a faction of survivors wants to turn back and surrender. Myles struggles to keep his people united, but annihilation looms until he senses the return of his power.

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Read an Excerpt

Myles came down from his tired horse and strode the rest of the way. Into the heart of the camp he stalked with a swelling line of people behind him. Tristine had Wangen and his cohort encircled by her followers. In the center, she confronted Wangen herself. She was tall for a woman, and her eyes blazed with righteousness. A green head scarf held her blonde hair back so that it framed her unforgettable face like the mane of hill lion.

Her followers let Myles barge into their ring. Wangen’s expression soured at his arrival, and Myles reflected an equal measure of dislike.

“You’ll not stop me,” Wangen boasted loudly. “You can’t make us follow you to certain doom in cold mountains.”

A group outside the circle shouted in agreement. Their cries of support restarted the arguments that they were having with other members of the tribe.

Amid the rumble of dissent, Tristine said, “Certain doom lies behind us.”

“We must find a way to live among the Lashers,” Wangen insisted. He stabbed a finger toward the Mundol Bane where snowy peaks intruded upon the slate sky to the north. “You place our hope and that rocky unknown? We will perish in the snow,” he complained. A chorus of fearful agreement echoed him.

“We will find shelter in valleys and passes to new lands,” Tristine declared, certain that she would be the one to find the way forward.

“Wishing won’t make it so. We must turn back,” Wangen said.

“There will be no going back,” Myles announced sternly. His first words quieted the crowd. He had not yelled, but his tenacious will came through in every measured syllable. His father had taught him how to speak. Myles missed the sound of his rich voice that was now only a memory.

More softly, Wangen said, “You can’t keep me with you.”“We must stay united,” Myles insisted.

“Then come with us,” Wangen said, speaking loudly again. “Show us your wisdom as Chief and admit you made a mistake. We’ll forgive your youthful transgression.”

Myles’s fingers flexed with the urge to attack. Many foreign men had died by his hand. Only the fact that Wangen was Kadak restrained him from violence now.

“The transgressions have been done by the Lashers. My duty now is to find a new home for us even when the known routes are blocked,” Myles said, knowing he peddled dreams to those who lived nightmares.

“Bah!” Wangen said and flapped his big hands disrespectfully at the young Chief. “We can go home if we bow to the Lashers,” he said.

“Our homes are gone,” Tristine reminded harshly. The memory of flames lit her blue eyes.

“We can rebuild,” Wangen argued and turned to address more people. “There is no shame in going back. We were the last to fall to the Lashers. They will respect that. Peace can be made,” he shouted, seeking more allies. Those already convinced by Wangen entreated others to listen.

Myles grabbed Wangen’s arm and spun him around. The barrel-chested man flared with barely caged aggression.

“The Lashers deal out only death at best and slavery at worst. They have no need for peace. We must leave this place forever,” he said and believed utterly in that truth.

“Even a slave’s life is better than the bitter death awaiting you in the mountains,” Wangen said.

“Enough of this!” Myles cried. “No one is turning back.”

“Then make me stay with you,” Wangen challenged. He knocked Myles’s hands away and pushed his chest against Myles. The grim need to fight one of his own people sickened Myles, but the stark necessity of it could be delayed no longer. He would not let this coward split what remained of his people and weaken them further.

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Refugee Trail – my new novella that I rescued from oblivion

On November 15th, my new release Refugee Trail will be available worldwide.

It’s a fantasy novella of survival and magic.

It almost didn’t survive to reach publication.

I began writing it in 2014. I conceived of it as a new fantasy world set on a planet experiencing upheaval after the impact of a comet. After writing epic novels for many years, I wanted this project to focus on the shorter novella form. If I made it into a series, I wanted to build the series with tight, episodic adventures.

After writing six chapters in 2014, I became too ill to write and stopped working on it.

I stopped just about everything and lived off my savings for several months. I had collapsed from adrenal gland fatigue. My body was as trashed as my mind, and I could do very little.

I stopped writing and struggled to rebuild my health.

During the initial months of my recovery from adrenal gland fatigue, I questioned whether I would write fiction again. At some point, I deleted the files for Refugee Trail from my computer.

About a year later, I felt somewhat better and decided that I wanted to keep writing fiction. I began the novel Werewolf Castle (which I’m currently editing) and gave little thought to my abandoned novella.

Although the computer files for Refugee Trail were gone, I had printed my partial manuscript. Four years later, I started reading it, and I discovered that I liked it.

To revive the draft back into digital format, I first tried to scan my printed pages, but I had already put handwritten edits over most of the pages, and the scans would not translate to a word processor program in a usable manner.

I was forced finally to read the draft aloud and use voice-to-text software to return the manuscript to a workable state.

I then finished writing Refugee Trail and am pleased to announce the publication of my first new work of fiction in four years.

You can preorder it now at your preferred retail outlet for the November 15th release.

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About the Novella:

Myles Rulong leads a band of survivors into unknown lands. They were driven from their ancestral home by the brutal Lashers waging a campaign to capture resources. A comet had hit their fair world of Deos, and the planetary disruption had brought cruel drought to a once bountiful continent.

Myles and his people are now bereft of their ancient Kadolia magic. Their Elders say that the magic came from their homeland and that it is gone forever. They are scrambling desperately through badlands to stay ahead of Lasher slave hunters when a faction of survivors wants to turn back and surrender. Myles struggles to keep his people united, but annihilation looms until he senses the return of his power.

Read this fantasy novella of survival and magic today.

You can preorder it now at your preferred retail outlet for the November 15th release.

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Expanded audiobook distribution for Union of Renegades epic fantasy

Earlier this summer, I announced that the Union of Renegades audiobook was available at Google Play and Scribd.

Now I’m happy to share that more listeners have access to this 19-hour epic at many more audiobook outlets. For people who like to download audio from their local libraries, be sure and search for Union of Renegades by Tracy Falbe at your library’s digital collection. It might be there too.

Where can I listen to audiobooks online?

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About the Fantasy Audiobook

The epic begins as Dreibrand Veta and the conquering Horde of the Atrophane Empire reach a mythic Wilderness that beckons with a magical call to glory. But Onja, Queen of the rys, a race far more powerful than the greatest human state, guards this land. She has the power to imprison souls and her genocidal rage is legendary. Everything is at risk for her desperate enemies, the union of renegades.

I also sell Union of Renegades as an mp3 audiobook worldwide right here.

Download the audiobook for only $8.95 today.

Union of Renegades: The Rys Chronicles Book I AUDIOBOOK
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The Goddess Queen fantasy novel now at many more Audiobook outlets

Why do people like audiobooks?

The audio format taps into the age-old experience of listening to stories. Storytelling began in the depths of prehistory as a spoken experience. People still naturally have the ability to process the spoken word and imagine new adventures alongside heroes and heroines.

The pervasive presence of smartphones and tablets makes audiobooks easy for people to download, store, and listen to anywhere. Headphones and earbuds grant privacy in public places so that people can reside safely in cocoons of audio content.

Busy lifestyles are increasingly motivating fiction lovers to choose audiobooks. If you don’t have the time to read the big novels that you used to enjoy, audiobooks are the answer.

Over the years, I’ve managed to produce two of my epic fantasies in audio. I’m hoping to release more audiobooks in the future.

Narrator Andrew Wetmore’s rich voice did a lovely job on The Goddess Queen: The Rys Chronicles Book II.

About the novel:

The Kezanada agents of Queen Onja stalk Shan with enchanted weapons. Dreibrand Veta’s growing list of victories has increased his influence, but the rebellion proceeds slowly for Miranda whose children remain captive in Jingten. Shan’s armies will soon confront Onja, but she will tenaciously defend her throne, and Shan will discover that he does not know the powerful secrets of the Goddess Queen.

Now Available in Audio at Many Outlets!

Audiobooks.com: https://www.audiobooks.com/audiobook/goddess-queen/348626

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Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/audiobooks/details/Tracy_Falbe_The_Goddess_Queen?id=AQAAAECMQQoBlM

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Special Sale on Journey of the Hunted till 9/21

The Werewolves in the Renaissance series continues in Journey of the Hunted. Enjoy a special exclusive discount at my website and get the ebook for only $1.99.

This ebook is available in Mobi (Kindle), Epub, and PDF ebook formats.

All formats will be made available to you for immediate download after purchase. Ebooks sold worldwide.

Ebook only $1.99 through September 21st.

About the novel:

Facing uncertain destinies, Thal and Altea must escape Bohemia. The Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand himself has signed the warrant for Thal’s capture on charges of shape shifting and the killing of Jesuits.

A hefty reward attracts countless bounty hunters into the heart of this 16th century Christian empire. Thal emerges from hiding with his young wife Altea who is barely recovered from torture at the hands of witch hunters. With his werewolf powers, he battles the bounty hunters and begins a daring journey across the Holy Roman Empire.

But more than men stalk him. Servants of Tekax, sorcerer to the Turks, have been unleashed upon his trail.

The werewolf Rotfeng covets the enchanted fur that lets Thal change form at will, regardless of the phase of the moon.

Worse yet comes Janfelter, an undying fext created in the dark fortress of Tekax.

These heartless killers are tasked with stopping Thal from reaching his father Sarputeen, the arch nemesis of Tekax. Thal’s only refuge awaits him in what is left of the Kingdom of Hungary after a Turkish conquest. In the remote castle Vlkbohveza the ancient sorcerer Sarputeen lives untouched despite widespread persecution of magic users and pagans.

Although Thal longs to be with his own kind, he worries about the reunion with his father. It was Sarputeen’s magic that made Thal a werelord, a master of wolves. But what shall the sorcerer require of his creation now that Tekax aims to settle an old score?

Ebook only $1.99 through September 21st.

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Keep reading the fantasy series – Save 30% on Savage Storm till 9/21

Enjoy an exclusive 30 percent discount at my website on the sequel to Rys Rising, Savage Storm: Rys Rising Book II.

This ebook is available in Mobi (Kindle), Epub, and PDF ebook formats.

All formats will be made available to you for immediate download after purchase. Ebooks sold worldwide.

Only $3.49 through September 21st!

About the novel:

When Onja enthralls the savage Chatapaka people of the remote north and unleashes their brutal hordes upon vulnerable Nufalese settlements, the militia is overwhelmed. Cruce Chenomet and his comrades struggle to save the fleeing settlers. Cruce quickly loses hope but keeps his courage as he confronts the savage storm.

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