There are many of us out there who are so incredibly talented, I feel absolutely overwhelmed they would share their work with me, yet another indie writer.
I never hear indie authors complain they have nothing to read as we have so many sources, often times free books are involved for a review (and no, it doesn't have to be favorable); I've had several okay reviews from other indie authors and believe me, it is about improving our craft so we can compete with the big 6, not giving each other high fives for a *mediocre* job well done. I would like to share some of the authors I have read and know. Will you appreciate all their work? No, but if you find one to like or love then that is worth this post in gold. Without further ado, here they are!
Libby Hellmann: She doesn't need an intro from me but she is amazingly talented and I have just started reading her work. I started off with Easy Innocence, a very gripping read, but I also have Toxicity and Set the Night on Fire to read as well. This woman knows her work and easily is one of the best female writers out there in the mystery/detective sleuths category. I would easily put her in the same category as J Carson Black.
L.M. Pruitt: Okay, this is a shout out to one of my girls. I have a few others I will be promoting but her first novel, Shades of Gray, was a ride I just wasn't expecting. She is an excellent paranormal/urban fantasy author and I believe she will blow everyone's socks off when she releases her next novel titled Frankie. Sign me up, I am waiting with bated breath!
Sebastian P. Breit: One of the first men on this list but he is talented and did I mention he's German? As in born and bred? Which makes Wolf Hunt, a novel set in both the future and past a gripping piece of work as it is written in English and not just "English to get by English" but actual, gripping and moving English which takes you right there in this bleak world of what could be and what might be if we continue on the world course we are now. I absolutely loved this novel from the first word. I can't wait until the next novel is released.