Independent Book April

In the last few months that I have been blogging and book reviewing I have been approached by quite a lot of lesser known, independent and self-published authors to check out their books when I get the time. The writers featured here have all gone out of their way to post or send me some awesome looking, intriguing examples of their work. It is a great feeling getting a heavy parcel through the door and being excited about which book it is, taking in that new book smell, reading the back cover and the dedications – that is a feeling that will never get old, whatever happens to me in the world of blogging. A number of these authors have had to spend £15-£20 in postage, amongst other costs, for me to have them in my library. One of my favourite shelves in my library is where these books sit. These are the books I will be reviewing. If it takes slightly longer than the whole of April, so be it. I am keeping the details about the books here limited but by all means, check out the relevant pages and my reviews will follow shortly.

#1 – Drake Green – Point of Control
Goodreads page
Amazon US
Amazon UK

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#2 – Susan Laffoon – Can’t Buy Forever
Goodreads page
Amazon US
Amazon UK

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#3 – Adrian G. Hilder – The General’s Legacy – Part Two: Whiteland King
Goodreads
Amazon US
Amazon UK
Twitter – @AdrianGHilder
Bloghttps://adrianhilder.com/

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#4 – P J Lazos – Oil & Water
Goodreads page
Amazon US
Amazon UK
Twitter – @pjlazos
Bloghttps://greenlifebluewater.wordpress.com/

Lazos

#5 – David DeLee – Fatal Destiny
Goodreads page
Amazon US
Amazon UK
Twitter – @daviddelee

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#6 – Michael J. Miller – The Reborn King
Goodreads page
Amazon US
Amazon UK

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#7 – Kyle Robert Shultz – The Beast of Talesend
Goodreads page
Amazon US
Amazon UK
Twitter – @KyleRbrtShultz

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#8 – Timothy C Ward – Revolt
Goodreads page
Amazon US
Amazon UK
Twitter – @timothycward

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