Stuck in a Good Book Blog Hop ~ My Favorite Indie Authors

Welcome to the Stuck in a Good Book Blog Hop, hosted by Stuck in Books and I am a Reader, Not a Writer!

For my post today, I’m sharing some of my favorite indie authors’ books, and you can enter to win an ebook copy of my forthcoming book, Sanguinary.

So be sure to check out the books below, tell me about your favorite indie author or book (it’s an entry in the Rafflecopter), enter to win, and HOP to the rest of the participating blogs!


“The world, it seemed, had gone silent. It was something we knew but did not talk about. We were alone.”

While Layla Petrovich returns home to rural Hamletville after a desperate call from her psychic grandmother, she never could have anticipated the horror of what Grandma Petrovich has foreseen. The residents of Hamletville will need Layla’s cool head, fast blade and itchy trigger finger to survive the undead apocalypse that’s upon them. But even that may not be enough. With mankind silenced, it soon becomes apparent that we were never alone. As the beings living on the fringe seek power, Layla must find a way to protect the ones she loves or all humanity may be lost.

It’s all fun and games until someone ends up undead!


I grew up in a world of magic. By the time I was ten I understood nature, talked to the trees, and listened to the wind. When the kingdom of men conquered my town, I was murdered by one of my own—the betrayer of my kind. But I didn’t stay dead.

I woke to find myself in a strange new world called Los Angeles. The only keys to the life I remembered were my father’s ring, my unique abilities, and the onslaught of demons that seemed hell-bent on finding me. Now I must learn who I really am, protect my friends, get the girl, and find my way back to my beloved hometown of Orenda.


Eighteen-year-old Sage Hannigan wants to get back to her own time, preferably one that hasn’t been destroyed by an underworld plot brewing in Edwardian-era South Carolina. How hard can it be?

All she has to do is:

1. Learn to use newly acquired warping skills to bend time to her will.
2. Take out a few rogue vampires.
3. Join an ancient secret society.
4. Figure out who is putting the time stream in jeopardy.
5. Find and maim whoever invented the corset.

Sage never asked to be chosen by the Druid Priestess, Amerach, to become a Warper and she never asked to have the future hanging on her shoulders or to warp a hundred years into the past. She certainly never asked to meet Dr. Aldwin Blake, who would make her question her desire to get back to her own time. But if she fails her mission, people will die, history will change, and the present she wishes to return to will be no more.

Chira Kelly thought she didn’t need anyone…until she met Ben.

Because of one ugly rumor, Chira lives as an outcast at her school. Which is fine with her, because she works better alone. Always has, always will. And at least she has her one and only true friend, Tasha. When Tasha insists that they join a group to visit a possibly haunted abandoned old schoolhouse, she’s wary, but joins her friend. Because of that decision, their lives are in jeopardy as a malevolent spirit targets the group. Tragedies and accidents pick them off one by one, and Chira finds herself drawn to the one person who can see the truth. But can he protect her?


Only fifty years left before vampires rule the world.

When Dallas police detective Cami Davis joined the city’s vampire unit, she planned to use the job as a stepping-stone to a better position in the department.

But she didn’t know then what she knows now: there’s a silent war raging between humans and vampires, and the vampires are winning.

So with the help of a disaffected vampire and an ex-cop addict, Cami is going undercover, determined to solve a series of recent murders, discover a way to overthrow the local Sanguinary government, and, in the process, help win the war for the human race.

But can she maintain her own humanity in the process? Or will Cami find herself, along with the rest of the world, pulled under a darkness she cannot oppose?


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14 comments on “Stuck in a Good Book Blog Hop ~ My Favorite Indie Authors

  1. BookLady says:

    Some good books I’ve read recently are The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness, The Witch With No Name by Kim Harrison, and Styxx by Sherrilyn Kenyon. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  2. Mary Preston says:

    FALLEN ANGELS by Bernard Cornwell was fantastic.

  3. Most of the books I read I LOVE! There are very few that I don’t. I make sure to take my time and research my books. Don’t want to fry my brain on bad books. I like a lot of the zombie genre indies…Ian Woodhead for one. THere are so many and honestly I really don’t know which ones are considered indie.

  4. bn100 says:

    Rush too far by Abbi Glines

  5. Tequila Rose says:

    The Finding Anna series by Sherri Hayes

  6. Becky Schoelich says:

    The Consequences Series by Aleatha Romig is at the top of my list for best books ever. I could not put them down – I’ve never read anything with a plotline like this, and I’ve read literally thousands of books since I started reading at the age of 3.

  7. isisthe12th says:

    Some good books that I have read are All Our Yesterdays by Christin Terrill, Don’t Breath a Word by Jennifer McMahon, The Maze Runner by James Dashner and Stones Data by Jacob Whaler which I am currently reading.

  8. Maridel Alemios says:

    My most recent read that I loved is Revenge of Seven by Pittacus Lore :))

  9. I read this book called The Girl Who Came Back to Life: A Fairytale on Friday all in one sitting. It was really good.

  10. Pam says:

    I just finished The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay and loved it!

  11. Catherine G. says:

    Right now I’m reading The Italians At Cleat’s Corner Store by Jo Riccioni. It’s pretty good. 🙂

  12. Denise Z says:

    Not trying to suck up here, but I really loved Waking Up Dead and thought it was a hoot of a read. Another author that some to mind is SM Reine, she has a a wonderful UF series that crosses over blends another of her series and now has a new off shoot in the same world. Thank you for participating in this fun hop.

  13. my favorite indie author is Jeanna Ellsworth. She writes Jane Austen fan fiction.

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