From the 8th of March until the 19th of April (yeah, yeah, that’s more than a month, but ‘5 1/2 Weeks of Indie’ sounded less catchy [okay, and it looked shitty on the image]), I will be focussing solely (with the exception of Graphic Fridays) on Indepent- and/or Self-Published- and/or relatively unknown authors.
It will be a journey through a variety of genres and, hopefully, a discovery of some great books/authors!
I’ll be kicking off with The Munich Girl by Phyllis Edgerly Ring on the 8th of March.
Followed by Trigger Point by Andy Maslen on the 14th of March.
After that, the other featured books will be (in European date notifications):
15/3 Deny Friendship (Frank Friendship #3) by R.G. Manse
21/3 Dreamwalking by C.J. Burry
22/3 A Rose in the Desert by Louis Piechota
28/3 After Life by Daniel Ionson
29/3 A Sudden Crush by Camilla Isley
4/4 Iron Inheritance by G.R. Fillinger
5/4 Benjamin Franklin and the Wendigo Plague by Robert A. Van Buskirk
11/4 Mordraud Book One by Fabio Scalini
12/4 Blood Work: The New Rugged Cross by Henry Joseph
18/4 Give it Back by Danielle Esplin
19/4 Missing Mona: A Tommy Cuda Mystery by Joe Klingler
If there are other book bloggers out there who are interested in reading and reviewing any of these books, feel free to contact me at email@example.com, and we, with the author’s approval, of course, might be able to set up some sort of mini blog tour/mini buddy read equivalent. I’m pretty sure most of these authors will be more than happy with an extra review/extra publicity, and, well, it would be fun!
You can also just let me know in the comments if you’re interested and/or have a better idea to turn this into some wholesome book blogging fun.
Happy reading and pre-spring kick-off to everyone!