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As part of Self-Published Fantasy Month 2021, we at the Uncharted Library are hosting a series of spotlights to showcase the incredible talent of self-published fantasy authors! We’re back again with The Telverin Trilogy by A. R. K. Horton, a feminist fantasy with an ancient relic, exiled princess, secret cults and libraries, kingdoms at war. All this and more waits for you in the world of Telverin!

Self-Published Fantasy Month is a month-long celebration highlighting the best of what the self-published fantasy community has to offer. To find out more and get involved, visit their official website at, check them out on Twitter @SelfPubFanMonth, or join The Guild, their Discord Server.

From Book 1: The beginning of a fantasy trilogy with gods and goddesses, exiled royalty, kingdoms at war, and magic!
Eya is a sheltered princess in a small, forgettable country. She spends her days bungling embroidery lessons and wishing she could do more with her life than get married. When the discovery of an ancient relic causes a far more powerful kingdom to invade, her safe but boring life comes crashing down around her, forcing her to flee. Yet, the ship that should have saved her wrecks on her enemy’s shore.

This once spoiled royal changes her name and takes on a position as a maid as a disguise. Along the way, she makes true friends while discovering magical abilities she never knew she possessed.

A princess with a famous face can’t stay in hiding forever, though, and now it’s more than just her own life at stake. Eya must find the power to take on her enemies and find happiness in her new life, or she will continue struggling with the current.

The Telverin Trilogy is a completed trilogy. The final book, Racing with the Serpent, was released on 31st July 2021.

About the Author

A.R.K. Horton is a small woman made of round shapes and long sighs. Children and animals surround her in her Florida home. Her vice is hoarding responsibilities, and she has the tired eyes to prove it. They still have a sparkle, though, seeing the next project ahead.

She began writing as a child when she became obsessed with learning about the most obscure fairytales, folktales, and myths. Now, she blogs extensively about them and uses them as inspiration for her novels.

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