Inkitt is a publisher that champions writers by providing them with a platform to showcase their writing to the thousands of readers on Inkitt, who are free to read as-yet-unpublished gems in a range of genres: fantasy, science fiction, horror, romance, humour, thriller, or mystery.
Today I’m posting a bit about the fantasy ebooks Inkitt loves, and those ebooks that harbour fantasy worlds you really want to lose yourself in. Click on the banners and take a quick read of the variety of fantasy. If one takes your fancy you can take a closer look at the book page’s description and an extract, or even the whole story. Some ebooks are entered in contests and you are encouraged to reserve a copy if you want to read the whole ebook, which is exciting.
Inkitt is a team of friendly professionals who are committed to helping soon-to-be authors connect with their readers. Inkitt doesn’t discriminate based on subjective taste, preferring to differentiate itself from the traditional way of selecting which books should become bestsellers. What’s great about this is that it encourages diversity in writing in niche genres, as well as mainstream ones, and can give those authors hope that they can reach more readers and have the potential to become bestsellers, especially with the online tools on their account dashboard. Here is a bit about Inkitt, in its own words:
“For those of you who are not familiar with Inkitt, they are the first readers-driven book publisher and a fast growing community for emerging authors and book lovers.