Go Indie Challenge February/March/April

The Go Indie Challenge is hosted by Bookish Ardour. The purpose of this challenge is to read books by self-published authors or small indie publishing companies. Since I’m a big supporter of indie authors, I decided this challenge was right up my alley.

I chose level three, Getting Into It, which requires me to read 30 books by Indie Authors.

Books read by indie authors in February/March/April:

  1. Betrayal’s Shadow by KH LeMoyne
  2. A Vampire’s Deadly Delight by Liv Rancourt
  3. The God King by James West
  4. No Exit by Julie Harris
  5. Fezariu’s Epiphany by David M. Brown
  6. Hellbound by Su Halfwerk

I read 7 books in January, totaling 13 books.

Go Indie Challenge January

The Go Indie Challenge is hosted by Bookish Ardour. The purpose of this challenge is to read books by self-published authors or small indie publishing companies. Since I’m a big supporter of indie authors, I decided this challenge was right up my alley.

I chose level three, Getting Into It, which requires me to read 30 books by Indie Authors.

Books read by indie authors in January:

  1. Ghost Island by Bonnie Hearn Hill
  2. In My Dreams by Cameo Renae
  3. The Secret of Lucianne Dove by Roberta L. Smith
  4. Chapel Playhouse by Roberta L. Smith
  5. The Hunting of The Bubblenuff by Joshua Goldfond
  • Entanglements by P.R. Mason
  • Pride’s Run by Cat Kalen
  • Go Indie Challenge 2012

    The Go Indie Challenge is hosted by Bookish Ardour. The purpose of this challenge is to read books by self-published authors or small indie publishing companies. Since I’m a big supporter of indie authors, I decided this challenge was right up my alley.

    I chose level three, Getting Into It, which requires me to read 30 books by Indie Authors.

    On the readlist so far are:

    1. The Secret of Lucianne Dove by Roberta L. Smith
    2. Chapel Playhouse by Roberta L. Smith
    3. The Digging Crew by Nathalie Mallet
    4. Lying Season (Experiment in Terror #4) by Karina Halle
    5. The Greek Maiden and The English Lord by Patty Apostolides