Since no one has mentioned:
Raymond E. Feist
I stumbled upon this author while I was in the same shoes as you, I was waiting for the next book in Wheel Of Time and needed something to fill the void, I bought Robin Hobb, Brandon Sanderson, Terry Goodkind etc and nothing could give me the same satisfaction of the storytelling that Robert Jordan could.
Raymond E. Feist delivered what I needed.
The world is so big, the characters are multifaceted and rich, the development of the world and characters are progressing and interesting, politics and family in the world transgress generations. In his books you will follow several different characters within the same world and sometimes the same characters in different timelines, something that brought me joy in reading the books by Raymond E. Feist was that I could learn about the “ending” of a true hero, how his/hers life went AFTER the hero tale ended. The stories interwine with eachothers so beautifully that every time you touch upon a familiar character you will feel… something.
Myself- i´m reading 3 different fantasy series right now with different vibes that can satisfy whatever mood i´m in for:
Dark Tower by Stephen King
Dresden Files by Jim Butcher
Witcher books by Andrzej Sapkowski
I´ve also heard good things about Joe Abercombie. You should also look into The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rotfuss.