As part of my 2019 goals, I’m reading 3 indie books! Some of these authors you might recognize from blogs out and about on WordPress, so I hope you have some fun!
Odyssey – Alexander Elliott
I read the first book in the Galactic Neighborhood trilogy, Expedition, back in October of 2018, and I enjoyed it. While I had already lined up which books I was reading through to the end of 2018, I went ahead and bought the other two because I thought there was a lot of promise for each. We’ll see where this ship takes us in the second book of the series, which explores a brand new alien!
Songs of Heartstrings – Miriam Hurdle
I have never, not even once, read a book of poetry before. I don’t know if I’ll be good at judging this, but I have decided to give it my best try. Miriam has been featured on Colleen Cheseboro’s Tanka Tuesdays, and she’s just about one of the sweetest people I’ve ever met online. When she told me about her book Songs of Heartstrings, I leapt at the chance to be even minimally helpful to her stats.
Yes, people, if you contact me and ask me to read your book, your chances will be good!
Exploration – Alexander Elliott
One of my secret goals this year is to read and finish more series. Last year I read a whole bunch of one-offs or the first book in a series, but that left a whole bunch of stuff incomplete. I want to at least fix one of the series I left hanging by reading this last installation in the Galactic Neighborhood. Hold onto your pants – there looks to be lazors and panthers based on the cover!
The Leftovers: Something from YOU?
I love beta reading. If you have something you’d like me to beta read, shoot me a line. I’ll almost definitely purchase a copy of your book when it comes out (caveat is if it’s too sketchy a download or payment method), and I’ll definitely put a plug on this wee little blog for you.
Do you have a published book and a method of purchasing it that isn’t sketch as hell? Post a link in the comments! If I think it looks cool, I’ll put it on my list of books to consider reviewing for next month.
One of my primary goals is to support indie authors who are serious about their craft. I hope to hear from you published and self-published writers soon!
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