Reading List – July 2019

This year I’m reading more indie books!  Several of you enjoyed my Indie Book Month in January, and while April seemed a little less successful, 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.

Talamk an Eisc: Nordic Landing – K.D. Carter

51dqwgwwmtlOne of the few things I like about Twitter is that, every once in a while, they’ll have a pretty fantastic list of indie books go up on some poor fool’s post/wall/tweet/shitshow.  This is one of the books I saw that seems very interesting, and I bought it pretty much immediately.  I don’t know that much about ancient Nordic or Viking times, but they are interesting.  I hope the author does the history justice while, at the same time, weaving it through an entertaining tale.

Find the review here

The City of Saints – A. Rinum

41gchf80zulPraise be!  My constant request for new books has finally come to fruition!  A. Rinum suggested reading her book, The City of Saints.  And why not?  She’s getting a degree in biochemistry, which is related to my own degree, and the book is about cyborgs.  Everyone knows I like robots, and cyborgs are like half a step away from that.  So I’m rather excited that someone stumbled upon my little blog and advertised their story!  Hooray!

Find the review here

The Yak Guy Project – C.S. Boyack

51-i6o4afulI saw this book a while back, and it’s been in my Amazon cart since then.  Then, I saw when Robbie Cheadle read Voyage of the Lanternfish, also by Boyack, and it looked good.

Still, The Yak Guy Project seems EXACTLY like what I would want in an indie book: niche, weird, and probably good.  So that’s why I’m taking this opportunity to read a book about an amnesiac who is rescued by a talking yak.  I mean, that sounds weird, right?  It sounds weird.  But that’s exactly what I feel like right now.

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 my next indie 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!

See my old reviews here

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