Happy #IndiePrideDay!

Today is Indie Pride Day, a day all about indie authors and indie books! Follow the #IndieBooksBeSeen hashtag all day today and find your new favorite author. We’ll be posting pictures of ourselves holding our books all day today, including this one.

#IndieBooksBeSeen
#IndieBooksBeSeen

There are lots of fun things happening today, so keep an eye on that hashtag, don’t miss out on any of the fun! Make sure to check out this IBBS Rafflecopter giveaway – you could win lots of great books from some amazing indie authors, including copies of “Stumbling Backasswards Into the Light” and “Walking Between Worlds; Book I: Demons & Angels“!

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5 Indie Books You Need to Read Now!

Today is Day 9 of the #IndieRoar 10 Day Challenge! The challenge  – “You scream. I scream. We all scream for…your 5 all-time favorite Indie books! #IndieRoar”.  So today I give you 5 indie books that you need to read this summer. I loved these books, and I’m pretty sure you will too!

1) Going Green by Christina McMullen – a hilarious take on everyone’s favorite topic, zombies. If you loved the movie “Zombieland”, then this book is right up your alley.

2) The Summer Solstice: Enchanted by K. K. Allen – the first book of a YA series, but so well written that even a 40ish-year-old guy can enjoy it. This book gets bonus points for incorporating Greek mythology into the story.

3) Red Written by P. T. Mayes – What happens when all of your sins are written on your body for everyone to see? This book has a great concept, and is a thrilling read.

4) The Wastelanders by Tim Hemlin – Okay, I haven’t had a chance to start this one yet (it’s next on my TBR list), but the premise is intriguing. And Tim is a pretty nice guy to boot.

5) Walking Between Worlds; Book I: Demons & Angels – Why is my latest book on this list? Because I think it’s a pretty good book. Because Book II: Rise of the Walker King is coming out very, very soon, and you’re going to need to know what’s what. And because, well, it is my blog post after all. 😉

For more lists of indie book favorites, check out the #IndieRoar hashtag on Twitter, or follow my friends over at IndieBooksBeSeen. Pick up a new book and get reading!