The 50 Self-Published Books Worth Reading: 2013/14

Over 6 weeks in 2014, 50,000 votes were cast in a world-wide search for the very best self-published books. These are the top 50 books from that poll.

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The 50 Self-Published Books Worth Reading: 2013/14

Over 6 weeks in 2014, 50,000 votes were cast in a world-wide search for the very best self-published books. These are the top 50 books from that poll.

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We find the very best romance, paranormal, thriller, horror and sci-fi novels and bring them to you for FREE.

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We find the very best romance, paranormal, thriller, horror and sci-fi novels and bring them to you for FREE.

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Why you must read KP Kollenborn’s How the Water Falls

On the fringes of a civil war arise a kaleidoscope of stories of abuse, power, betrayal, sex, love, and absolution, all united by the failings of a dying government. Set in the backdrop during the last years of South Africa’s

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Why you must read KP Kollenborn’s How the Water Falls

On the fringes of a civil war arise a kaleidoscope of stories of abuse, power, betrayal, sex, love, and absolution, all united by the failings of a dying government. Set in the backdrop during the last years of South Africa’s

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Why you must read Belle Antoinette’s Remains

Remains is the story of a teenage witch, Victoria, who rejects her powers and heritage out of fear. When tragedy hits close to home and she loses everything she realizes how important they are to her. She goes on a

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Why you must read Belle Antoinette’s Remains

Remains is the story of a teenage witch, Victoria, who rejects her powers and heritage out of fear. When tragedy hits close to home and she loses everything she realizes how important they are to her. She goes on a

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Why you must read Sean Powell’s Just Jack

Just Jack is a coming of age story, written from the point of view of a teenager boy, Jack Thorne, who is suffering from anorexia, a disorder that he can’t define, yet it defines him. In the midst of all

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Why you must read Sean Powell’s Just Jack

Just Jack is a coming of age story, written from the point of view of a teenager boy, Jack Thorne, who is suffering from anorexia, a disorder that he can’t define, yet it defines him. In the midst of all

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Why you must read Douglas S Santo’s The Bullion Road

The Bullion Road is a compelling story of travel, adventure, and romance set on the California frontier of 1879. 

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Why you must read Douglas S Santo’s The Bullion Road

The Bullion Road is a compelling story of travel, adventure, and romance set on the California frontier of 1879. 

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Why you must read Allie Burke’s Violet Midnight

Violet Midnight introduces The Enchanters, a unique race of humans who can manipulate the elements. The first book centers around Elias and Jane, a destiny of a couple who are brought together by a string of unfortunate, and dark, events.

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Why you must read Allie Burke’s Violet Midnight

Violet Midnight introduces The Enchanters, a unique race of humans who can manipulate the elements. The first book centers around Elias and Jane, a destiny of a couple who are brought together by a string of unfortunate, and dark, events.

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Why you must read Elise Sax’s Switched

Debra’s wedding day ended when the groom jilted her three hours before the ceremony, leaving her with a stiff catering bill and a broken heart. Now, he’s off to Bora Bora on a one-man honeymoon, and she’s on the couch

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Why you must read Elise Sax’s Switched

Debra’s wedding day ended when the groom jilted her three hours before the ceremony, leaving her with a stiff catering bill and a broken heart. Now, he’s off to Bora Bora on a one-man honeymoon, and she’s on the couch

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Why you must read Alastair Savage’s The Adventures of Siskin and Valderan

The Adventures of Siskin and Valderan is the tale of two swords-for-hire and their talking monkey, Jackanapes. Scraping a living on a barren, distant world, they are at the beck and call of powerful masters who send them in search

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Why you must read Alastair Savage’s The Adventures of Siskin and Valderan

The Adventures of Siskin and Valderan is the tale of two swords-for-hire and their talking monkey, Jackanapes. Scraping a living on a barren, distant world, they are at the beck and call of powerful masters who send them in search

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Why you must read Lola Smirnova’s Twisted

Twisted is a true-life-shaped-into-fiction story of vulnerability, courage and the art of making a living in the sex trade.

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Why you must read Lola Smirnova’s Twisted

Twisted is a true-life-shaped-into-fiction story of vulnerability, courage and the art of making a living in the sex trade.

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Why you must read Josephine Harwood’s Empathy

Empathy is a story about a caregiver who becomes too emotionally involved with her client’s family.

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Why you must read Josephine Harwood’s Empathy

Empathy is a story about a caregiver who becomes too emotionally involved with her client’s family.

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Why you must read Michael D Dennis’ A Native’s Tongue

A Native’s Tongue is about a young man trying to find his way in the world. He struggles to keep the woman he loves while entangled in the sex, drugs, and tragedy of Los Angeles. It was inspired by real

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Why you must read Michael D Dennis’ A Native’s Tongue

A Native’s Tongue is about a young man trying to find his way in the world. He struggles to keep the woman he loves while entangled in the sex, drugs, and tragedy of Los Angeles. It was inspired by real

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