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“I”ndie Authors

When I started writing in 2011, I had never read any books by Indie authors. In fact the only books I used to read were by Stephen King. (I’m a huge fan, but more on him when we get to “K”)  But since then I have read and enjoyed many new indie books in different genres.

So today I’d like to share a few of the authors and their books.

Richard C. Hale, was the first Indie author I encountered on twitter when I started writing and I have read and enjoyed two of his books so far. You can click on the covers to take you to Amazon and shhh don’t tell anyone, but “Frozen Past” is FREE! 🙂


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Paul Dorset is a wonderful writer and a great person and I have read four of his novels and his book on writing.

Find him on Amazon HERE!

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And another one is Robert Pruneda. Great guy. Great book.


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And last, but not least is, Gary Henry, author of  American Goddesses Gary also does book reviews. 🙂 (Just Click on his name)


Well, he’s not exactly the last. I have read many more, but my post is getting kinda long, so I will share the photos of the books I have read, in the slideshow below. I loved them all. Each one unique just like the authors!

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And I still don’t think I have them all in here. 🙂 And I still have many more to go!  If you get a chance, check them out. There’s something for everyone.

Wow! I finished this post early! Don’t forget to stop by tomorrow! And check out other blogs participating in the A to Z Challenge HERE!


  1. It was so lovely to see my cover. You’re doing such an awesome job with the blogging challenge. 🙂


    • I don’t know if it’s awesome, but thank you 🙂 Some days it is a struggle to come up with a topic to go with the days letter.


  2. A good book is a good book and it doesn`t matter how it gets published. 🙂

    Anna from Shout with Emaginette


  3. IT is so important for a writer to read… and to read different genres. I too have found so many good independent writers to read and I often wonder what agents are thinking. Great choices, Karen.


    • Thanks Dannie. I have over 400 books in my kindle, including yours, so I have a lot of reading to do. And I know I didn’t put all that I have read in the slideshow. 😦


      • I think your choices were top notch! You can put me in the next group, lol. It really is good to see some fine authors getting recognized,


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