Reading List – April 2019

This year I’m reading more indie books!  Several of you enjoyed my Indie Book Month in January, and I wanted to continue reading exciting installations that I’ve seen around on WP and Twitter.

Also, these are not jokes.  I think pranks are mean.

The Navigators – David Hawkins

41ojp9qewflI think I got this book on an Amazon free weekend sometime when the author advertised it.  I really don’t like having unread books on my shelf (even if digital!), and what better time to examine what promises to be an exciting book full of scientific intrigue and space pirates?  We’ll see how this one goes!

Find the Review Here

The Fall of Lilith – Vashti Quiroz-Vega

51iceoksupl._sy346_After January came and went, I realized that I’d have to look for new indie books to read.  Lucky for me, Vashti Quiroz-Vega has really great reach on her blog, and I remembered off the top of my head that she had published stuff!  So I went to her site, clicked up some Amazon links (I have one in the header above), and got her book.

Also, not going to lie, part of the decision was the great cover… I don’t think many indie books have such a great cover.  It’s very impressive.  Call me judgy if you want.

Find the Review Here

The Melding of Aeris – Diane Wallace Peach

51om2i6e0klOne day, D. Wallace Peach talked about how she had a TON of books going on a sale and I was like, “OMG SHE HAS THINGS TO READ.”  I’ve really enjoyed everything I’ve seen come out of this woman’s brain, so I hope that this novel will contain similar levels of excellent writing.

I also think the mere idea behind this novel seems fascinating and creative.  That’s why I chose this book out of the several books that Diane has written.

Find the Review Here

The Leftovers: Something from 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!

(In case you’re a regular follower, you may notice that I’m currently not taking books for beta reading.  Stay tuned in a couple months when I’ll open the opportunity back up!)

See my old reviews here

5 thoughts on “Reading List – April 2019

  1. Alexander Elliott says:

    Well, indie books are no different than traditional – some good, some bad, some you like, some you don’t. I appreciate the exposure and the implied encouragement to at least give some indie authors a chance. Without an audience, writing can be very lonely and discouraging!

  2. robertawrites235681907 says:

    I have recently finished VAshti’s book Memoir of a Mad Woman and just need to write my review. I have a book of Diana’s on my TBR too. Both great authors. The other is new to me so I will check it out.

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