Indie Book Review

Currently On My Radar: Indie To-Buy List

***This is by no means an exhaustive list. These are the books I could readily identify at this time. There are a buttload more, but they either haven’t been released in the format that I already have (books in a series/trilogy) or just haven’t been released yet (I’ve got my eye on you Ms. Starkey)

Thought it would be fun to share what books I have on my current To-Buy list for the next year 🙂

Indie To-Buy:

Paperback

The Shadow Fabric by Mark Cassell

Cloak of Shadows by CK Dawn

Renaria: Into the Adyton by J.L. Wilson, Jo Michaels

The Fall by Stephen Cost

The Labyrinth of Time by T. W. Fendley

The Sibyl by Cynthia D. Witherspoon

The Treemakers by Christina L. Rozelle

The Iron Jawed Boy (Books 1 & 2) by Nikolas Lee

The Keeper: The Maze Series Book 1 by Angel M.

The Keeper of the Wind by Mark Shaw

The Magpie King by M. J. Fahy

Dead Medium by Peter John

Fell Creatures by Barry Durham

The Sister by Max China

The Specimen by Pete Kahle

Witch in the Woods: Clearly’s Corruption by Taylor Ann Bunker

The Dead Lands by Dylan J. Morgan

Adorned by Georgeann Swiger

The Briton & The Dane by Mary Ann Bernal

A Fine Line: The Beginning by J. C. Brennan

The Shadow of What Was Lost by James Islington

Along Came a Wolf by Adam Dreece

The Gemstone by Sarena Nanua

Soul Journey by Miranda Shanklin

Unleashed by Rachel McClellan

Crystal Conquest by Doug J. Cooper

The Summer Solstice: Enchanted by K. K. Allen

E-Book

The Gifting by Anne Brooke

Reset: The Beginning is the End by Cara Davis

Skylights by Luther M. Siler

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