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

  1. I gave two indie books 5☆ reviews on Amazon this month:
    * The Cerulean’s Secret by Dennis Meredith
    * Breaking Gravity by Mitty Walters
    I enjoyed the imaginative worlds, plausible science, descriptive writing, as well as the cautionary concepts beneath the flowing action.

  2. As someone who has a transplanted kidney, I was inspired to read R.J.Clayton’s LIFE FIRST. The thought that any society could force its citizens to give their organs for transplant made me very uncomfortable, but I couldn’t put the book down. It’s a beautifully written, well crafted story, told with skill and impact that really makes one think.

  3. Seeing a picture of Melissa Bowersock with a display of her books at a convention prompted me to re-read THE MAN WITH THE BLACK HAT. This is a multi-dimensional book that really holds the attention, mixing time travel with a beautiful love story. Her insights into how far society has come in a hundred, and how much it has lost are very thought provoking and well worth reading.

  4. Only One Love, a collection of 24 poems in Spanish and English, by Paloma. I am not a big fan of poetry, but this little book about “that noble sentiment that moves the world” may just change my mind. It is available from Amazon, not part of the reading challenge.

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