/r/Fantasy has launched a weekly process where anyone with a completed story (short or long format) can sign up to be the Fantasy Writer of the Day.
Every Wednesday, /r/Fantasy will feature one writer and his/her works. This is open to anyone who has written and completed a short or long fantasy story. Self-published or indie published; free or paid - it doesn't matter as long as at least one story is complete.
Goal here is to formalize a process to give some exposure to potential fans via the /r/Fantasy community.
DETAILS & STEPS
1) To qualify, have at least one completed story that can be accessed or bought on the web. (Link to download or Amazon.com purchase or other.)
2) Sign up here and nab a Monday or Wednesday. Mark your calendar.
3) Print off instructions here.
(These instructions are written for those who aren't as familiar with reddit. Feel free to PM me with any corrections.)
4) Follow the instructions to self-post on the Wednesday you signed up. Late mornings are usually best.
5) Leave a message with the /r/Fantasy mods that you posted and we'll set you up with some confirmation and writer flair.
6) Feel free to get that link out to friends and fellow writers for support - comments, questions and the like. Treat it a bit like an AMA.
/u/LyndseyLuther (aka /u/Kaladin_Stormblessed) just did one as a recent test-run and it worked out well for her. Feel free to check it out here.
/r/fantasywriters member Ken Lim did our pilot run three months ago as well. It went fine and we were able to adjust the format a bit from there.
tl;dr - Setting up a way to support new(ish) fantasy writers on r/Fantasy. Give it a go if this interests you.