Video Trailer: Ennara and the Fallen Druid

ennara and the fallen druidEleven year-old Ennara Gaern’s quiet life changes when one night she is attacked by a shadowy demon.

Tork, an old friend and wizard, informs Ennara’s parents that she is her world’s only hope of finding the legendary Sword of Gisilfrid, which is needed to destroy the curse that is creating the demons.

Ennara begins a perilous journey to the Sunken City, battling dangerous oceans and pirates intent on claiming her magic. With only her friends at her side, including the intelligent, aquatic cat Smoos, Ennara must defeat monsters guarding the sword and servants of the Fallen Druid.

Ennara and the Fallen Druid, the middle-grade fantasy adventure by Angela Myron, is available from, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, and other online booksellers.

Don’t forget, you can cast your vote for trailer of the month on November 29, 2014 at 1 p.m. Pacific time.

Print Book Cozy Time

Mr. Pish ReadingSometimes, it’s just cozier to read a book in print. You never hear anyone say “I’m going to curl up on the couch with a good eReader.” Right? So let’s celebrate the printed word here at the Indies Unlimited Print Book Party.

Let’s help readers discover some fine indie writing at reasonable prices.

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Indie Reads – October 2014

Indies Unlimited does not review books, but we do have a couple of renowned reviewers on staff. We thought a great way to celebrate indie writing would be to ask those reviewers for their top indie picks of the month. Here are this month’s top picks from our experts:

Don't Tell Anyone 120x177Don’t Tell Anyone by Laurie Boris

“…impeccable character portrayal and beautifully conceived story…poignant, sad, shocking even…”

Read the rest of the review by Cathy Speight.

Don’t Tell Anyone is available through

The Genuine, Imitation, Plastic Kidnapping 120x177The Genuine, Imitation, Plastic Kidnapping by Les Edgerton

“Edgerton has produced a rip-roaring story of back stabbing and screw ups laced with plenty of black humour…”

Read the rest of the review by Keith Nixon.

The Genuine, Imitation, Plastic Kidnapping is available on

No Perfect Secret 120x177No Perfect Secret by Jackie Weger

“The mystery that surrounds her husband’s demise is revealed slowly, like multiple layers of skin being stripped from an onion.”

Read the rest of the review by Pete Barber.

No Perfect Secret is available at

Dark Witness 120x177Dark Witness by Rebecca Forster

“Hannah and Billy flee from one dangerous situation, only to fall into another. What that is and how it resolves is quite a ride.”

Read the rest of the review by BigAl.

Dark Witness is available through

The Road to Nowhere 120x177The Road to Nowhere by Shana Hammaker

“There are lessons to be learned here in this clever skillfully told and at times frightening story.”

Read the rest of the review by ?wazithinkin.

The Road to Nowhere is available through