Crafting

Into the Hells (Axe Druid Book 3)

Hunting for allies. A rescue mission that goes against the natural order. Time to delve deep.

Zeke and his friends have a final few obstacles standing in their way before they can try and find a way into the Hells. Everything to this point has been an effort to rescue their buddy, Balmur. One obstacle happens to be a mythical beast that might sooner eat than help them, but no big deal… right? Beyond that, all the group needs to do is find the hidden city of the High Elves and convince them to join their cause.

Searching and survival: if only it were that easy. Now there is active opposition to their goals of saving not only this world from War’s influence but Earth as well.

Will a hungry beast be picking its teeth with their bones? Even if they survive long enough to search for Balmur, the best case scenario is the team diving Into the Hells.

The Crafter's Dungeon: A Dungeon Core Novel (Dungeon Crafting Book 1)

Sandra had been a merchant traveling through the human lands of Muriel, though that wouldn’t have been her chosen profession. What she would’ve loved to become was a crafter, producing wondrous creations with her own two hands; however, she didn’t want to become a master in just one craft – she was interested in them all.

Unfortunately, Sandra was born with a deformity in her hands that made them appear frozen in a claw-like pose; as a result, she couldn’t grip anything with any sort of strength or dexterity, meaning that she wasn’t able to craft anything but the most simple of things that required very little in the way of hand-based manipulation. To top it off, while most people could access and manipulate at least one or two of the basic elemental energies, she could see them all – but was unable to manipulate a single one.

Despite these setbacks, Sandra spent the majority of her twenty-six years of life visually learning the processes, techniques, and secret formulas for every aspect of crafting she could discover. And it was that pursuit of knowledge that ultimately led to her untimely death.

Reborn in the shape of a tiny Dungeon Core, Sandra learned about the purpose behind dungeons and Cores from an assigned dungeon helper; at the same time, she also discovered that she had much more freedom than most other Dungeon Cores. The repercussions of her mere existence could end up being far-reaching, but the most important thing she learned had nothing to do with the other Cores, the different races, or even the real purpose behind her being brought back to life as a strange glowing gem.

Sandra didn’t care about any of that, though – all she cared about was that she could finally do some crafting.

This Dungeon Core story contains LitRPG/GameLit elements such as statistics and leveling and a heavy crafting emphasis. No profanity and no harems.

Lord of Creation (The Universal Struggle Book 1)

When the thrilling lands of RPGs come to life for Donovan; monsters, dungeons, experience points and leveling up, he is amazed. Never in his life could he have imagined the mysterious and exciting world that awaited him. After conquering a dungeon to rule for himself though, things get real. Stronger and stronger enemies are arising, and a messenger from the underworld brings a horrifying notice. He and his dungeon are to be brought to the underworld, where even his astonishing level is on the bottom of the totem pole.

Then, just as soon as he thinks everything is going well (or at least as well as can be for somebody living in the underworld), he loses it all. But, from the ashes, a new power burns through him. A power only the most powerful titans have even dreamed of wielding. The power of Creation. But alas, nothing is as it seems anymore. All alone in the darkest place imaginable, can he survive?

Steel Orc: Player Reborn (A LitRPG Adventure)

When Tripp Keaton wakes up, he discovers that he is an orc. An orc in a strange world, with the skeletons of humongous beasts scattered around him.

This isn’t a normal morning.

Deep in the world of an online game, Tripp finds himself alone, weaponless, and with nobody to call a friend. Worse, the game’s god-like controller has taken an interest in him, and that interest manifests itself in cruel ways.

If he is to survive, he has to learn how to craft legendary weapons and find allies to fight with him. He must battle his way through a labyrinth of monsters and traps, while surviving wave upon wave of creatures unleashed into the land of Godden’s Reach.

It isn’t enough to make a sword. When the metal cools, he must learn how to weave magic into it.

Macrocosm Book 1: Sanctum

When Joshua downloaded Macrocosm, he had expected it to be a brand new game like any other. It was new, it was shiny, and that meant he would be able to make a killing by playing it. Joshua's a professional gamer, someone who makes a living by selling items and accounts in the 23rd century, and Macrocosm promises to be better than every game before it. When he discovers that starting as a zombie provides amazing bonuses, Joshua felt like he didn't have a choice but to pick it.

Macrocosm has its own gods, and they treat the players like pawns in their own little games. Joshua quickly draws the attention of the Plague God Filth, and his peaceful plans quickly take a turn for the worse as he finds himself the subject of one such game.

Behind the scenes, the mysterious company behind Macrocosm has its own plans. What are they recruiting high level players for, and why are these players never seen again?

The Mountain Valley War - 2nd Dive Concludes (World Tree Online)

Thrown into a conflict beyond the scope of anything Bye-bye ever imagined, he will be tested in ways he never imagined. Whether that means stopping a war or just taking the girl he likes on a date, he certainly has his work cut out for him.

Tensions are rising and if Bye-bye and his friends can’t put a stop to a brewing war, Anvilton and Hammerton might just destroy each other. That is, if the other adventurers don’t destroy them first. With the odds stacked against them, will Bye-bye and his friends survive the Mountain Valley War? Or will the flames of war consume them, leaving nothing but ash in their wake?

Harem Trash: A litRPG Satire

Obi Imsi enjoyed his life as an overpowered paladin tryhard filled to the brim with beautiful women who loved him unconditionally for all the wrong reasons.

Everything was going great until he tried to woo the wrong one and was polymorphed into a literal trash can.

Starting back at level 1, he must find someway to regain his power and hopefully return to his real body.

He soon finds that his new life won't be easy, and he embarks a fantastic fantasy adventure that's so bad, it's good (terrible).

Into the Dragon's Den (Axe Druid Book 2)

Zeke and his comrades have only been in their new world - Brindolla - for a short time, but every minute has been amazing. Kicking butt and not bothering to take names, the group has been moving forward in their quest to push back the galactic tyrant, War.

Then the unthinkable happens; their friend is banished to the darkest Hells. Poof. Gone, just like that. Now, not only are they on a quest to stop the vanguard of War, but they are going to need to get stronger, faster, and better than ever if they want to have any hope of busting into the Hells and getting their friend back. The Brindollan Gods plan to help as much as they can, but will it be enough to allow them to complete a task that even Orpheus couldn’t in Earth’s mythology?

With the odds looking bleak, and the world they’re trying to defend turning on them, they’re going to need to seek help from unlikely spaces, travel to new places, and break some faces.

Greyblood: Adventurer Academy: A LitRPG Series

Born a Monster. Destined to be a Hero.

Half-Orc. Half-Human. All Hero.

Lugor is a Half-Orc, and in his world, that's a very dangerous thing to be.


He dreams of becoming an Adventurer, slaying monsters and delving into dungeons. Unfortunately for him, one cut to his skin could reveal his secret. He's forced to spend his days in his small village, working at the Smithy and keeping his head down.

But when his world is turned upside down in a monster attack on his village, Lugor seeks training at the Adventurer Academy, where he can learn to become the Champion that he was born to be. It won't be easy, especially whilst contending against an arrogant mage who is determined to see him fail.

With a steadfast Dwarven Elementalist and a sarcastic Dark-Elf Necromancer by his side, Lugor sets out to prove that just because he's Half-Orc, doesn't mean he can't be a hero.

Lydia: Awakening

When Arcturus opens his eyes in the strange and beautiful world of Lydia, his first quest is to recover his memories, and learn how he ended up inside of an RPG.

But the others don’t think of it as a game, and they warn him that when players die they must wait for many decades before it’s their turn to be reborn again.

This is a story that starts with an answer and works its way back to life’s most important question. He will encounter steamy vampire love, flower-picking goblins, rare magic, and cute, cuddly dogs.

But none of these things can distract him from what he has never truly forgotten, which is how much he is willing to do for the sake of love.

Vindication (The Alchemic Weaponeer - Book 1)

The end of the world is not such a bad thing for Russian weapons engineer Vlad Nardoir.

Really his world ended six months ago when his wife died, and ever since then, things have been downhill. Soul-crushing medical debt. Favors to the Russian mafia. Now, asteroid. For Vlad, this is life in a nutshell.

But, in a wild twist of fate, he has found a way out. A chance to start fresh in a brand-new ultra-immersive MMORPG called Viridian Gate Online. Making the leap might kill him, but again, death is not such a bad thing for a man with nothing to live for. Even in the virtual world, however, old grudges burn true, and the past is not as far gone as it seems. He must use his quick wits, rugged persistence, and peculiar set of skills as a weapons engineer to make a place for himself in this new world, or be forcibly dragged back into the very life he fought so hard to escape.

The Crafting of Chess: A LitRPG adventure

Nate wants more to life than moving from town to town, hustling chess with his con-man grandfather or wagering pick-up games online. A new immersive game opens up the chance to bring in a steady paycheck. Maybe enough to convince his grandfather to stay straight. Little does he know how his actions will change his life.

A GameLit coming of age story.

Star Exile: Singularity (a Scifi LitRPG Adventure)

The isolated Eternity System is alone, overpopulated, starved of resources, and dying…

A 500-year-old peace treaty between the Dalthaxian Alliance and Salgon Empire is expiring and the war to end all wars looms.

The Eternity System will not survive another war.

A GRIM STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL

When the Eternity Treaty expires, an uninhabited and coveted no-man’s-land with enough resources to sustain one faction indefinitely is up for grabs—the Eternity Planet. It is the key to survival.

DIGITAL WAR IGNITES

The next generation of warfare ignites—a digital, bloodless war set in the new game universe of Eternity Online: the brainchild of the combined AI neural nets and technological prowess of both Dalthaxia and Salgon. Everything is changing. The war in this game universe will decide which faction will take the Eternity Planet and which will have to forge a grim exodus through the unknown to find a new home.

ON THE FRINGES OF GALACTIC CIVILIZATION AND ON THE RUN

Kyle Gennan, a drone operator working for a mining company on the wild fringes of civilization, finds himself on the run from the ghosts of his past and the two most powerful governments in the Eternity System. He will have to carve his own path through the stars to forge his new life if he wants any chance of experiencing Eternity.

IMMERSIVE SCI-FI LITRPG/GAMELIT

Delve into a gritty, immersive Scifi Gamelit/LitRPG adventure from Amazon Bestselling Author Drew Cordell featuring alien magic, engaging characters, massive starship battles, and a dangerous treasure hunt.

Battle Spire: A Crafting LitRPG Book (Hundred Kingdoms 1)

Jack Kross only wanted to play the game. Now he's fighting for his life.

When a mysterious hacker takes control of Hundred Kingdoms, Jack is trapped inside the fantasy VR world along with millions of other players. But Jack is in a worse predicament. He's cornered in the very tower the terrorists have taken as their base; the only free player left within its walls. Even worse, in the real world, his body lies in a sweltering room with no hope of relief.

Playing the profession-based Scavenger class, and at a low level, Jack's prospects of fighting his way out are next to impossible. Crafting gear, traps and weapons, allying with a deadly dungeon master and an AI he can't fully trust, Jack is in a race against time to save not just himself but the millions of players held hostage.

Battle Spire is a meeting of World of Warcraft and Die Hard, using crunchy LitRPG mechanics with a heavy focus on crafting. Readers can expect to find in depth item and spell descriptions, along with stat tables and profession recipes.

A Mage Rising: (The Chronicles of Herst 2: A LitRPG Saga)

Vol has brought the people of Efftin to a new place they can build upon and protect. A new place they can call home. It’s a place others can join them in their freedom of oppression. With this new place to live, Vol understands the responsibility he has to protect those that reside there. But in Herst, if you wish to keep anything you must be willing to fight to hold onto it. What challenges will he face, and will he be strong enough to resist the unknown threats that he will encounter.

Blackthorne: A Beautiful Nightmare

A young man with a dark past has come to be filled with self-loathing. Scott Logan spends his days pretending to be a joyful person to mask his soul-crushing loneliness. Intimate human relations seem an impossibility to him, until one day the inexplicable happens. The entire world fell asleep at the same time. The Earth was set to be upgraded by those who supposedly ruled over it, and from that moment on The Dream was born.

Join Scott Logan on his journey into another world linked with his own, one where onions walk on two feet and force people to cry for them... and into a reality where the truth of his very soul is revealed.

This story is one of the more important tales in the Project Scott multi-verse. It is here that people eventually come to understand just why 'Scott' in any iteration seems to constantly be involved in weird shenanigans and draws in the attention of lonely people in need of cuddles and the occasional baked goods.

Cultivating Chaos (VeilVerse: Cultivating Chaos Book 1)

Ash led a very normal life by his own standards. It had its ups and downs, much like anyone else’s.

Being a talented martial artist had definitely been an up, while high-school as a whole was a down. His own father not being a great role model, and his uncle being everything he wanted to be.

To Ash it felt like a very normal life.

Right up until he was literally pulled into a portal that spat him out into another world.

One that was full of martial arts. Martial arts that the practitioners of such used magic to employ. To set the very air on fire with a punch, or to turn their skin hard as diamonds.

To fly through the air, if they had enough power.

A world where the strong ruled, and the weak died.

Three years of living his life as one of the citizens, those without power, and Ash has figured out how to survive. With his adoptive family and a lot of persistence.

His goals in life have become to give back to those who gave to him. And he’d do whatever he had to, to do that

Except Ash is about to get his life turned around again. Turned around and altered completely. He’s about to discover a treasure from a time long lost. Forgotten.

A treasure that is going to change his destiny and give him another direction to go. If he wants it.

A Cultivator.

This is a VeilVerse novel.

Warning and minor spoiler: This novel contains graphic violence, undefined relationships/a full harem, unconventional opinions/beliefs, and a hero who is tactful as a dog at a cat show. Read at your own risk.


Civil War: A litRPG Adventure (The Rogue Dungeon Book 2)

Build. Evolve. Conquer. Welcome to the Civil War ...

Roark von Graf—former noble and hedge-mage, current mid-level mob in a MMORPG—has his sights set on taking down the tyrannical Dungeon Lord. But the reigning Troll despot is nearly as devious as Roark, and his followers are much higher level.

With forever-death on the line, civil war breaks out in the Citadel, pitting Roark’s new regime against Azibek’s horde of loyalists. To survive, Roark will have to outfox the Dungeon Lord, forge new, dirtier weapons and shady alliances, and above all, Evolve …

But while the Trolls are entrenched in their civil war, an outside threat is growing. Eyes from the IRL world are beginning to turn toward the Citadel. There’s something strange about this Roark, and they intend to find out what.

The Third Realm (Ten Realms Book 3)

With the third realm new challenges arise.

Erik searches for Old Hei while Rugrat deals with his broken mana system. For both, their path takes them towards the alchemist association's trial.

They didn't mean to get into trouble, they swear, but in the ten realms trouble is not far behind the duo. They'll have to fight across the third realm to complete the alchemist association's trial.

All isn't peaceful in the first realm as Alva and Vermire will face one of their greatest challenges yet.

Chaos or creation, there's no knowing what might happen in the ten realms.

Arcane Kingdom Online: The Chosen (A LitRPG Adventure, Book 1)

Log-in or die.

Those are the only choices left for Clay Hopewell. Infected with the ZERO virus, he has less than twenty-four hours before he bites the dust. With no cure available, there’s only one option left: digitally reincarnate himself in the most advanced virtual reality game ever, the mysterious and newly released Arcane Kingdom Online.

But cheating death and gaining immortality isn’t that easy. If Clay survives the risky cognitive upload process, he’ll still have to contend with a fantasy world teetering on the brink of crisis. Worse, a quarter of the in-game population hates his starting race, he can’t unlock the mage class he wants, and a malevolent glitch threatens to upend the very existence of his new reality.

If Clay doesn’t learn the rules of his new surroundings quickly, his second chance at life will be a lot worse than his first.