Print Books for April 2021

Mr. Pish's Print Book Party 2
April is Mr. Pish Month

Print books. Love ’em, right? Us, too. So, it only makes sense that you’d want to use some of your gift cards to get some great new reads! You can grab some at bargain prices right now during the Indies Unlimited Print Book Party.

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36 thoughts on “Print Books for April 2021”

  1. ITCHIWAN
    J.J. Cunis
    “This is a book to savor … Stories such as this are too infrequently encountered. Treasure it.” – GRADY HARP,  Hall of Fame Reviewer
    ON SALE $ 14.95

  2. Ghost Walk (A Lacey Fitzpatrick and Sam Firecloud Mystery) (Volume 1) $10.99
    by Melissa Bowersock
    The book that started it all: An ex-cop and a Navajo medium investigate murder cases–-by talking to the victims.

  3. The Nazi Spy: Nazi Spy Mystery Series Book 1 – $7.00 –
    by Alan Hardy
    If Fiona doesn’t discover the spy’s identity, she’s going to end up dead…

  4. The Case of the Tattooed Buttocks: Inspector Cullot Mystery Series Book 1 – $7.00 –
    by Alan Hardy
    Cullot is called in to investigate the brutal murder of two blondes at Bounderdales Mansion

  5. Fall of the Western Kings $14.95
    J Drew Brumbaugh
    An epic fantasy with demons, dragons, magic swords, wizards, a girl who can fly, a woodland nymph who will steal your heart and Gant, a reluctant hero.

  6. Prison Cube: The System is in Control ($7.95)
    by Rutger Galtiarii
    In 2034, in a psychological and dystopian tale for our time, an imprisoned man discovers the shocking truth behind the penal system.

  7. 2084: Dystopian Fiction ($11.95)
    by Rutger Galtiarii
    Take a journey into a dystopian future with this collection of 65 thought-provoking short stories.

  8. The Last Message and other Short Fiction ($9.99)
    by Rutger Galtiarii
    An entertaining collection of 45 short stories ranging from science fiction and fantasy, to every day life.

  9. A Cosmic Journey: in Poetry and Prose ($9.95)
    by Rutger Galtiarii
    A poetic and philosophical journey through space, time and the cosmos.

  10. “Gothick” ($8.57)
    Ian Lewis
    In 1812 Jane, 14, is sent from India to England. She is kidnapped for her fortune, escapes, and joins freedom-fighters from the Punjab.

  11. Star Touched $9.45
    A. L. Kaplan
    Eighteen-year-old Tatiana is running from her past and her star-touched powers eight years after a meteor devastates earth’s population.

  12. Elevated Madness and Other Stories – $7.99
    John D. Ottini
    This book consists of 11 short stories that will amuse, surprise and keep you reading until the very end.

  13. The Black & Blue Butterfly Tattoo – $7.99
    John D. Ottini
    An ill-advised sexual liaison with an unstable associate threatens to destroy Psychiatrist Braydon Ferrell’s marriage, practice and freedom.

  14. The Twisted Road Ahead – $7.99
    By John D. Ottini
    John D. Ottini leads us on an excursion through eight suspenseful tales, each filled with joy, heartache, mystery, intrigue and a pinch of humor.

  15. Right about the End: sci-fi
    By: K.D. Nelson
    The unimaginable has happened. Most of the population of the entire world has been taken captive. Is there someone who is powerful enough to fight for us?

  16. Amalgamate: 10 short stories and a bonus story (13.97)
    By: K.D. Nelson (along with 3 other authors)
    get a touch of horror along with a smidgen of fantasy with a bit of sci-fi; 10 short stories and the added bonus sc-fi

  17. The Manor: fantasy (9.47)
    By: K.D.Nelson
    Have you ever been home alone but still felt as if there was someone is there with you? There is—you just can’t see them.

  18. Paige the short life of Paige Connors: fantasy (7.67)
    By: K.D.Nelson
    Paige Connors had such a story to tell, but who would ever listen to an orphan girl?

  19. Poetic Pondering: Poetry For Free-Thinking Young People
    By Maximus Torison
    $7.99
    A rhyming poetry book that dismantles the dogma/lies of the public school system.

  20. Quarantined With My Coworkers – 145 bizarre, ridiculous, and funny things they did during COVID-19 ($7.99)
    by Mike Stoupa
    A humorous, but true, look at what happens when you quarantine with your cantankerous coworkers for months during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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