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 Patricia D Eddy’s In His Silks

In His Silks is an erotic love story with a bit of danger and intrigue. Alexander Fairhaven, one of the richest men in Boston, sets his eyes on Elizabeth Bennett, an accountant with a string of bad luck. When Elizabeth

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Why you must read Patricia D Eddy’s In His Silks

In His Silks is an erotic love story with a bit of danger and intrigue. Alexander Fairhaven, one of the richest men in Boston, sets his eyes on Elizabeth Bennett, an accountant with a string of bad luck. When Elizabeth

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Why you must read Manheim Wagner’s Korea: How You Feel

Korea: How You Feel is a first person narrative told through Mike, who is a first time English teacher during the beginnings of the late 1990′s Asian financial crisis. He enters life in Korea as an English teacher with the

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Why you must read Manheim Wagner’s Korea: How You Feel

Korea: How You Feel is a first person narrative told through Mike, who is a first time English teacher during the beginnings of the late 1990′s Asian financial crisis. He enters life in Korea as an English teacher with the

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Why you must read Ashley Dotson’s The Porter

Layla Justus is put to the test again. Her own love and happiness hangs in the balance as she tries to determine the best way to help Heath- tell him the truth or let him live the lie. Vagabonds are

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Why you must read Ashley Dotson’s The Porter

Layla Justus is put to the test again. Her own love and happiness hangs in the balance as she tries to determine the best way to help Heath- tell him the truth or let him live the lie. Vagabonds are

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Why you must read Dorothy Cora Moore’s Writing Made Easy

In this book I reveal Michael Crichton’s technique for plotting out a story that he developed while attending Harvard Medical School. Michael Crichton? As some of you may remember, Michael Crichton was not just a successful author — selling over

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Why you must read Dorothy Cora Moore’s Writing Made Easy

In this book I reveal Michael Crichton’s technique for plotting out a story that he developed while attending Harvard Medical School. Michael Crichton? As some of you may remember, Michael Crichton was not just a successful author — selling over

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Why you must read KZ Morano’s 100 Nightmares

100 Nightmares is a collection of 100 horror stories, each written in exactly 100 words, and accompanied by over 50 illustrations. Inside, you’ll find monsters—both imagined and real. There are vengeful specters, characters with impaired psyches, dark fairy tales and

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Why you must read KZ Morano’s 100 Nightmares

100 Nightmares is a collection of 100 horror stories, each written in exactly 100 words, and accompanied by over 50 illustrations. Inside, you’ll find monsters—both imagined and real. There are vengeful specters, characters with impaired psyches, dark fairy tales and

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Why you must read Lyle Christie’s Soft Taco Island

Soft Taco Island… James Bond but with a little more humor and sex

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Why you must read Lyle Christie’s Soft Taco Island

Soft Taco Island… James Bond but with a little more humor and sex

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Why you must read S Usher Evans’ Double Life

Double Life is the first book in the Razia series, which follows Dr. Lyssa Peate, aka Razia the pirate bounty hunter, on her adventures. Tell us about it. Razia would love nothing more than to become the most wanted pirate

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Why you must read S Usher Evans’ Double Life

Double Life is the first book in the Razia series, which follows Dr. Lyssa Peate, aka Razia the pirate bounty hunter, on her adventures. Tell us about it. Razia would love nothing more than to become the most wanted pirate

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Why you must read Brad McDowell’s Arcane Savant

Arcane Savant: Black Sand Storm was my attempt at telling a story about a kid who is part of a world ending Prophecy but he just wants to live his own life. No one wants to be the bad guy

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Why you must read Brad McDowell’s Arcane Savant

Arcane Savant: Black Sand Storm was my attempt at telling a story about a kid who is part of a world ending Prophecy but he just wants to live his own life. No one wants to be the bad guy

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Why you must read Steven London’s The Inconceivable Adventures of Cabbage Boy

There goes summer vacation! The Inconceivable Adventures of Cabbage Boy is a classic superhero comic inspired chapter book series aimed at the seven to 11 crowd. The story follows the adventures of nine year old Ralph Spitzle after he gains

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Why you must read Steven London’s The Inconceivable Adventures of Cabbage Boy

There goes summer vacation! The Inconceivable Adventures of Cabbage Boy is a classic superhero comic inspired chapter book series aimed at the seven to 11 crowd. The story follows the adventures of nine year old Ralph Spitzle after he gains

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Why you must read Laura Montgomery’s Manx Prize

In the second half of the twenty-first century, when Charlotte Fisher was just thirteen, orbital debris took its first large-scale human casualties from an orbiting tourist habitat. Haunted by visions of destruction and her father’s anguish, as a young engineer

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Why you must read Laura Montgomery’s Manx Prize

In the second half of the twenty-first century, when Charlotte Fisher was just thirteen, orbital debris took its first large-scale human casualties from an orbiting tourist habitat. Haunted by visions of destruction and her father’s anguish, as a young engineer

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