Humorous Fantasy StoryBundle—only available for a limited time.

“You’ll laugh so hard, dragons will come out of your nose”

Humorous Fantasy StoryBundle is a wonderful bunch of fantasy novels that show the lighter side of epic quests. Sometimes spells go wrong, magic swords have a bad attitude, and dragons just don’t behave as they should.

And the best thing is, it’s StoryBundle—so not only is it possible to support non-profits as well as the authors, it’s a pay what you want model.

Discover more about the bundle at or read the reviews below. And you can sample each of the books before you buy—here!

StoryBundle Humorous Fantasy

Covers of Mis Spelled, The Night Sheriff, Fools' Day, Mishap's Heroes, Quest, Mythology 101, Simple Delivery, Hatched, Og-Grim-Dog, His Angelic Keeper, The Thing from HR, Kradak the Champion, The Dragon Business

Set the price. Get the bundle. Snort-worthy fiction from award-winning authors.

Selected Reviews

The Dragon Business by Kevin J. Anderson

“Love this story. Bulldozed through it the first time so taking it slowly second time around to appreciate it more.”– Persis Gretna

Mythology 101 by Jody Lynn Nye

“A great sense of humor.”– Piers Anthony

Mis Spelled by TH Leatherman

This was an extremely enjoyable book. The hero and the supporting cast were all likable, and I especially appreciated that the hero was able to succeed without violence most of the time. The humor and the world-building were both first rate, and the story ended in a satisfying manner while still leaving room for a sequel.”– Amazon Review

Kradak the Champion by Shawn Inmon

“Well, here I go again down one of Shawn Inmon’s rabbit holes. No one digs them better. Steve, Rista, and Grint are something else. This quest is just the right mix of adventure, drama, darkness, and humor.”– Michelle Gwynn, author

The Thing from HR by Roy M. Griffis

“I laughed far too much as this crossover of office politics and eldritch horrors.”– Reader review

The Night Sheriff by Phil Foglio

“The Night Sheriff is Phil’s first solo-authored prose work, and he brings every bit of genius to it that he normally devotes to the comic-book and graphic novel medium. Know that with The Night Sheriff you’re in for an adventure at the hands of a master storyteller.”– Marion G Harmon, Bestselling author of the Wear The Cape Series

Fools’ Day by Patrick Thomas

“Slick… Entertaining.”– Paul Di Filippo, Asimov’s

His Angelic Keeper by Melinda Kucsera

“…it didn’t take long for things to get interesting and exciting. This book leaves you with wanting to read more. I love these books, they have the fantasy, action, adventure and world building that I enjoy, but they also are “nice” in a way where they are[n’t] as dark or steamy as some books are. I do recommend these, they are a nice change.”– Roberta, Amazon

Magic and Misrule by KM Merritt

“The setting was just immersive enough to complement the fun and brisk plot such that I happily started and finished this story in one sitting! I genuinely laughed out loud multiple times. Lastly, I can’t stress enough how skillfully the author represented some very underrepresented people/characters while completely succeeding in making that representation a nonissue to the plot. I can’t wait to read the next installment of this saga!”– Goodreads Review

Og-Grim-Dog by Jamie Edmundson

“a marathon of craziness that will tickle your sense of humor. Loved all the gritty characters and enjoyed the fast-paced action plot.”– Reader review

Hatched – Dragon Farmer Book One by Caren Hahn

“The writing is eloquent. The story feels new and different from others I’ve read. Dragon farmers! Genius!”– Reader review

The Simple Delivery by Andrew Claydon

The story has wit and style, is full of great characters, heroes and villians, conspiracies and alliances and a great ending. Loved it and look forward to more of these.– Amazon Review

Quest by A.J. Ponder

“The writing is magnificent. This book is made for reading aloud, it fair rollicks along, a huge vocabulary with marvellous character drawings, funny dialogue and conversations. The best parts though, to encourage fully engaged adult interaction with child, are the footnotes the author has made which are really for adult eyes only. Funny, wicked and sometimes a bit naughty. There is no happy living after in this story either! No handsome prince, no evil witch. So the traditional fairy tale is turned on its head, and I hope to see more of Syvalla’s adventures, because she is well set up to take on more baddies.”– Felicity Murray, The Read

I hope you have fun reading—and watch out for those dragons. Go on and get your copy now from


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