I had the pleasure of reading the first book in a cozy paranormal mystery series by Jacques Von Kat titled On the Other Side of Alive. Here’s my review of their work.
I love reading poetry books. They’re quick reads that pack such an emotional punch. Much of the poetry that I’ve been introduced to comes from indie authors wanting to share their experiences with the world and they’re generally relatable. As such was my latest read (for a second time.) Check out my review for Tyler Wittkofsky’s Coffee, Alcohol, and Heartbreak: A Poetry Collection.
Looking for a short thriller novel with twists and turns? Check out The Vanished Boy by Harmony Kent. If you’re a Law & Order: SVU fan, then this book may be right up your alley! Check out my book review below to get a feel.
As a fellow dark fantasy writer, I had a blast reviewing this book called The Vampire Within by Laura Daleo.
I had the wonderful opportunity of acquiring a complimentary audiobook from Dr. Mansur Hasib for his book, Bring Inner Greatness Out. I listened to his story about personal branding on my way to and from work and his words were inspirational.
This week’s indie book feature goes to author Cynthia Cisneros and her book titled Chaotic Silence: Poems. It’s the kind of read you want to dive into when the world is quiet and all that surrounds you is the comforting blanket of darkness.
I’m not one to usually read epic fantasy, but author Kim Appelgryn just released her debut novel The Silent Witness. So, naturally, I needed to see what else she did with this book after she released the first few chapters on her Inkitt account over a year ago.
Who doesn’t like a steamy romance with a little crime? Mr. Black by author Nancy Brown is a great start to this book series. Just take a look at the review I left for it on Amazon!
The book itself is a collection of short stories which makes up an anthology. It features a plethora of various authors – some more well-known and others who are just starting to take a dive into getting published.
Most anything goes! I don’t think any indie author should be barred based on the genre they write in. However, there are a few things that might not pass inspection. Here’s what they are: