What Indie Books Are You Reading This Month?

IU reading challenge ksbWelcome to the first-ever “What are you reading this month” in conjunction with the Indies Unlimited 2016 Reading Challenge. You don’t have to be a part of the challenge to participate in this feature, but… I mean, come on, the Challenge is pretty cool!

Here’s how “What Are You Reading…” works:

Just put the following information in the comment section:

  1. Book title
  2. ONE link to download the book (only secure retail sites – Amazon, Smashwords, B&N, Kobo, or Apple/iStore)
  3. Whether the book is part of the Reading Challenge & if so, which category

(We will convert your Amazon link to a clickable book cover. Do not attempt to insert an image in comments on your own.)

Remember, INDIE books only.

So go ahead, tell everyone – What Indie Book Are you Reading This Month?

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11 thoughts on “What Indie Books Are You Reading This Month?”

  1. Here’s what I’m reading this month:
    The Reveal: A Detectives Seagate and Miner Mystery (#6)
    Mike Markel

    Challenge categories: Indie, part of a series, reviewed on B&P.

  2. I’m going to read this one for February:

    in the Category: A humorous book

    January’s pick was:

    in the Category: A book written by an author *from* a country other than your own

  3. Ravenswynd Legends (Ravenswynd Series) Book 1 by Sharon Ricklin Jones

    Challenge category 2. An author you’ve seen commenting on IU posts.

  4. I’m reading a Novel Obsession by Jeff Joseph at the moment, though will probably read another book by the end of the month.

  5. I’m doing the challenge in order, one book per month.

    This month, I’m reading By Darkness Revealed by Kevin O. McLaughlin, who I’ve seen commenting at IU.

    Last month, I read a book by an IU minion — Yvonne Hertzberger’s Labyrinth Quest.

  6. Last month I read The Earthquake Doll by Candace Williams, set in a different culture from my own.Very impressive. I reviewed on GR and had friends add it to their lists.

    This month it’s Bone Girl by Annette Drake. The cover caught my eye when advertised on IU.

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