What Indie Books Are You Reading This Month?

IU reading challenge ksbWelcome to this month’s “What are you reading this month” in conjunction with the Indies Unlimited 2016 Reading Challenge. You don’t have to be a part of the challenge to participate in this feature, but… I mean, come on, the Challenge is pretty cool!

Here’s how “What Are You Reading…” works:

Just put the following information in the comment section:

  1. Book title
  2. ONE link to download the book (only secure retail sites – Amazon, Smashwords, B&N, Kobo, or Apple/iStore)
  3. Whether the book is part of the Reading Challenge & if so, which category

(We will convert your Amazon link to a clickable book cover. Do not attempt to insert an image in comments on your own.)

Remember, INDIE books only.

So go ahead, tell everyone – What Indie Book Are you Reading This Month?

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17 thoughts on “What Indie Books Are You Reading This Month?”

    1. Definitely worth putting on your reading list this month! It’s really good reading and a beguiling story that will captivate your soul. 🙂

        1. It’s a brilliant book. It deserves recognition – and reading, by as many people as possible. Such story telling doesn’t come much better. 🙂

  1. A Billion Gods and Goddesses
    By Lynne Cantwell
    My non-fiction read for the IU Challenge

  2. I started reading one of Mike Markel’s novels in January. The challenge I chose then was to read something from a series. Now I’m starting over from the first book. Right now I’m reading the second in the Detectives Seagate and Miner series.

  3. Currently reading FAR AWAY IN THE SKY, an account by a Peace Corps volunteer about what became known as the Biafran airlift during the vicious civil war in Nigeria in the late 1960s. The book particularly attracted me because the author was on the ground unloading planes and distributing the aid, whilst I was one of the pilots flying into the jungle strips he served and trying to dodge the MiG fighters of the Nigerian Air Force. He had the more difficult and less romantic job.
    This is good reading, well written.

  4. I often read several books at the same time. For my second one
    Dementia seems an unlikely topic to fuel a dynamic novel, but in the hands of a master storyteller it makes compelling reading. revealing hidden aspects of this terrible condition that so many of us will have to face, either as sufferers or as carers. SONNETS FOR HEIDI by Melissa Bowersock opens the door with sensitivity and a superbly told story,revealing hidden aspects of this terrible condition which so many of us will have to face, either as sufferers or as carers..

    It’s a brilliant book, do read it. http://amzn.com/B01AS0SEXG

  5. I’m way behind on my reading (work getting in the way). But this was a great kids book read. Since I listed nothing for January, I’ll put it there. (At least February was taken care of on time…)
    No Rain Today by Kirsten Iten

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