I’d like to take a moment to say thank you to everyone who is a part of this incredible reading community. Throughout this past year, we made it our mission and purpose to highlight the incredible world of indie books. Because of you, reader, we have built a dedicated and ever growing community that celebrates and supports independent authors.
Our Book of the Day is the perfect story to share with children before going back to school. The book is called Sparky’s Bully Workshop, and it is a great resource to prevent bullying. I cannot stress how important it is to teach children at an early age how harmful bullying is, and how important it is to stand up to it.
If you’re a fantasy fiction reader, you must check out Elizabeth McCoy’s novel, Black and Gold. As the first book of the Calenor Trilogy, it sets the stage for an absolutely breathtaking series of events that unfold in an imaginative fantasy universe.
If you are looking for a new romance novel, this is the place to start. Check out these four books where enemies become lovers, and hesitance leads to passion. Summer reading season is still here, so keep enjoying the hot weather with these even hotter indie romance recommendations.
Author Brian Herman follows up his groundbreaking novel, One Rainy Season in Yunnan, with another instant classic. University Gossip is a fascinating work of fiction that serves as a response to the changing American ethos.
Moving is a motivational book that will help you connect the dots in your life. Author Ike Lee has been moving for much of his life. By laying out a tangible blueprint for success and growth, he successfully creates a universally appealing companion for all professionals.
The Disease is a fascinating autobiography that tells a story of fortitude, determination, resilience, and courage. When he was just 24 years old, Johnny P. Harmon contracted leprosy and was sent to the National Leprosarium, a prison-like facility in Carville, Louisiana. For some, this would have been catastrophic. But for Johnny, it was an opportunity to build a unique and fascinating new life.
Raul Ramos is the author of the best-selling autobiography, Ese to Master Jefe. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Raul grew up in harsh poverty. Lacking structure, guidance, and searching for purpose, he fell victim to street gang life at an early age. After years as a hardcore gang member, he set out to make a lasting change and turn his life around. He joined the United States Navy and has served for 24 years. Despite his humble beginnings and past, he has earned the highest of the enlisted ranks, E9 Master Chief.
This valuable story introduces early readers to Ellie, a little girl who wants to protect the environment by recycling metal cans. She embarks on an adventure with her friends that teaches them that all metal can be recycled, and teamwork and collaboration can help them achieve their goals.