Friday, February 24, 2012

Week of Giveaways - Day Four: All about Indie/Self Published Books!

Today's giveaway is for a couple of Indie/Self Pub authors I really enjoy! Now I know Amanda Hocking has gone and gotten herself a book deal, but the book in this giveaway is still one of her self published works and it's good!

One winner is going to get both books shown below. One is a paranormal and one is a contemp, so hopefully that works for everyone! The winner will receive ebooks of both titles, from either Barnes & Noble or Amazon.com. It's international, as long as you can read either of those ebook formats. Scroll to the bottom for the Rafflecopter and enter away :0)





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21 comments:

  1. I really like the book covers on these. Nice! I'm curious about Amanda Hocking, too. I've read about her self-publishing and earning gajillions, but I haven't read any of her books yet.

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  2. I'm growing more and more fond of my kindle. I'd certainly love to add these to my collection. :D Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  3. Blah, bad for commenting before seeing the question. Hmm... I particularly love The Scarlet Dagger by Krystle Jones. Destined by Jessie Harrell is amazing. Blue Sky Days by Marie Landry is one of the finest contemporary books I've ever read. The Key by Felicia Rogers is an incredibly sweet love story with a very interesting paranormal / mythology setup. And who doesn't love Michelle Madow's Transcending Time Saga (Remembrance / Vengeance)... So many books, so little time. :D

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  4. I don't read many indie-books as I just have too many "mainstream" books to get to, and somehow a book from a big-shot publishing company always appeals to me more But Leah's Wake by Terri Giuliano Long won my heart, though it's not even "indie" anymore since being picked up by Inspired Quill Press.

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  5. The Summoner by Layton Green. It's a little bloody and violent, but has lots of background info.

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  6. It's good to see so many authors are getting out there with their books rather than waiting to be picked up by a publisher. Times are changing.
    Ann

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  7. I read Amanda Hocking's Switched, Torn, & Ascend when she had them self published. They were great!

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  8. A LOT! Cheree Alsop's, Heather Hildenbrand, Red Tash to name a few.

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  9. I just received Abra Ebner's book Feather, which I THINK is self published. I haven't read it yet but I am looking forward to it soon! I haven't read any A. Hocking though she has been on my radar for a while so I would love to win and give both these books a try! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity:)

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  10. i got all of amanda hocking's books on my nook when she was self published and i loved every single one of them : )

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  11. I loved Beautiful Disaster! The Pearl Savage by Tamara Rose Blodgett was super good, too!

    Angie @ Pinkindle Reads & Reviews

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  12. I like BY THE PALE MOONLIGHT from Jennifer Hendren very much.

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  13. I really enjoyed The Vincent Boys by Abbi Glines and Significance by Shelly Crane! :))

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  14. I really liked Angelfall by Susan Ee. I think it's self-published.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  15. I LOVE Mercury Falls by Robert Kroese. It's hilarious. I've also enjoyed The Dragonslayer's Sword by Resa Nelson, Flame of Surrender by Rhiannon Paille, and Feyland by Anthea Sharp.

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  16. What are some independently published books that you have really enjoyed?

    I don't think I've ever read one :)

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  17. My Enchanted Life by Laura Eno, I believe was an indie novel. Forbidden by Megan Curd was the same, I believe. I'm not quite sure though.

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  18. The Vincent Boys by Abbi Glines, The Childe by CA Kunz and The Trouble with Spells by Lacey Jackson Weatherford.

    Thank you for this week of giveaways:)

    Best,

    Sarah Bibi Setar

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  19. When Copper Sun Falls by KaSonndra Leigh that book is really great!

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