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An inn is a place to rest, a place to talk and share stories, or a place to find adventures, a starting ground for quests and legends.

In this world, at least. To Erin Solstice, an inn seems like a medieval relic from the past. But here she is, running from Goblins and trying to survive in a world full of monsters and magic. She’d be more excited about all of this if everything wasn’t trying to kill her.

But an inn is what she found, and so that’s what she becomes. An innkeeper who serves drinks to heroes and monsters–

Actually, mostly monsters. But it’s a living, right?

This is the story of the Wandering Inn.

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  1. Just wanted to let you know, there have been problems purchasing the wandering inn books on audible the last couple of weeks. All other books on audible seems to be working but not the wandering inn series, Audbible techs guys needed to escalate the issue and add the book manually when i contacted the support. (Book 3 last week, and book 4 this week).
    So it the sales are suddenly down, this is probably why!!

    Love the books, can’t wait for more!

    • Volumes 1 and 2 of the Wandering Inn correspond to Books 1 and 2 respectively. However, the volumes themselves are so long (and getting longer) that a decision was made with Volume 3 to split it into two books, Book 3 and Book 4.

      • Doing my first re-read after so long is a trip; “Whew! Remind me never to write a SEVEN-THOUSAND-WORD update again!” Now I hit PgDn and the slider barely even moves, or spend an hour reading and am not even half done… .

        Not that that is a bad thing, but the retrospective contrast is amusing.

  2. The Kickstarter for The Last Tide is live now! Ebook and hardcopy versions are available, as well as some other awesome physical chookies!

  3. I love the books have read a lot on your site also brought the books and listened to them on audible. I took a break from reading the wandering inn but downloaded book four on audible even though I have read the book. As soon as I started to listen it felt like I was visiting old friends. Can’t wait for the rest of the books to come out on audible.

  4. Have you ever considered turning the wandering inn into touchable books? I listen and re-listen to the audiobooks regularly, and know there are ebook. but I would LOVE to have something tangible, something to add to my bookcases. Please please please give it some thought!!

  5. I understand that print format has difficulties, colored text, length of books, etc… but I would gladly pay a couple hundred for a print copy. (And I’m generally very cheap)

  6. I just bought volumes 3 and 4 on Kindle (I’m not very far yet, just started reading about two months ago) but looking through the website I can see that some of the chapters (like Wistram Days never made it in my version of the book. I know that certain books were split in two because of the word count, but are there any other side stories or passages that I might miss if I only read the Kindle version? Thanks.

  7. I have problem entering the Patreon every single time I try to enter google chrome give me the ( this site can’t be reached ) is there solution to this problem

    • I am only on volume 4, but the story seems to follow two main characters and then you sometimes get narration from secondary characters and a couple extra in&out short stories. Characters get introduced over time though so you get to know them pretty well and it is not overwhelming.

  8. As someone who only follows the audible edition and wants this series to go on forever the title ‘epilogue’ gave me a scare.
    To my relief we seem to have only reach a end, not The End

  9. Would it be possible to put the ebook versions of TWI on the Kobo store? Kobo partners with lots of local bookstores and it’s my preferred storefront for ebooks.

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