There are so many books out there.
I barely graze the traditionally published books I’d like to read let alone the indie/small press ones.
But I do my best, because there are a lot of gems out there, including in genres I never thought I’d be reading.
For example, my latest (in no particular order):
There are so many more indies I’ve read (and so many more waiting on my Kindle), but I can’t list them all. I’d crash your device, and you’d throw my blog to a pack of wolves (who’d promptly toss it back out). These just happen to be the most recent. But you can visit my Indie Reads pages to see them all. You might spot something you like.
Big 5 Publisher Favorite
My favorite Big 5 published book I “read” this year is a nonfiction title: Trevor Noah’s Born a Crime about growing up biracial in South Africa during apartheid.
I listened to it as an audiobook, and that’s the way to do it. Noah is a superb narrator. He nails every accent, and between his humor and his incredible life story, this is a book not to be missed. I could not turn it off. Seriously.
Exciting New Release
Foreword Reviews calls it “a surefire genre hit, fast-paced and full of elements of mystery and adventure.”
James Rollins, #1 New York Times bestselling author says it “will leave you stunned.”
I devoured it on a plane ride. Great science and great suspense!
So that’s what I wanted to say. Books, books, books, books. Jeez Louise, how I love me some books.
What book have you enjoyed lately, traditionally published or otherwise? If you want to mention your own book, feel free. It might be just what someone is looking for. But only one link per comment please. Otherwise you’ll end up in spam.
And ain’t nobody got time for that.
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