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 Stephen Hazlett’s Finding Nina

Finding Nina is a mystery/crime novel, telling the story of the title character, Nina Kelly, and the two men who are in her life, whether she wants them there or not.

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Why you must read Stephen Hazlett’s Finding Nina

Finding Nina is a mystery/crime novel, telling the story of the title character, Nina Kelly, and the two men who are in her life, whether she wants them there or not.

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Why you must read AU Gonzales’ And Then Acid Fell

And Then Acid Fell is an anthology that narrates the stories of ordinary people caught in the middle of a freak, catastrophic acid rain.

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Why you must read AU Gonzales’ And Then Acid Fell

And Then Acid Fell is an anthology that narrates the stories of ordinary people caught in the middle of a freak, catastrophic acid rain.

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Why you must read Elle Boca’s Unelmoija: The Timeshifter

Amy’s past is catching up with her in a way that could only happen to a Weeia. She is drifting in her own timeline and must be careful not to change anything or she may never find her way to

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Why you must read Elle Boca’s Unelmoija: The Timeshifter

Amy’s past is catching up with her in a way that could only happen to a Weeia. She is drifting in her own timeline and must be careful not to change anything or she may never find her way to

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Why you must read Elizabeth Burgess and Marie Hewes’ The Waiting

On the banks of the Pontchartrain… Ambitious Dr. Andrew Douglas is always looking for ways to have more. More power. More money. More women. But when Slidell businessman, Dr. Bob O’Malley propositions him to bring River City Medical Center in

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Why you must read Elizabeth Burgess and Marie Hewes’ The Waiting

On the banks of the Pontchartrain… Ambitious Dr. Andrew Douglas is always looking for ways to have more. More power. More money. More women. But when Slidell businessman, Dr. Bob O’Malley propositions him to bring River City Medical Center in

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Why you must read Catherine Taylor’s Master

Master is set in Ukraine in 1995 and is the story of a man, driven by revenge. When he claims a young girl, Lena, as his trophy in a cage fight, she is certain that it can only be for

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Why you must read Catherine Taylor’s Master

Master is set in Ukraine in 1995 and is the story of a man, driven by revenge. When he claims a young girl, Lena, as his trophy in a cage fight, she is certain that it can only be for

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Why you must read Michael Gesellchen’s The Resurrectionist

William Stark is not the hero type, at least not in his eyes. Awkward and anxious, mental illness and a confused faith keep him from loving the girl of his dreams, and himself. A lack of self-esteem takes him to

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Why you must read Michael Gesellchen’s The Resurrectionist

William Stark is not the hero type, at least not in his eyes. Awkward and anxious, mental illness and a confused faith keep him from loving the girl of his dreams, and himself. A lack of self-esteem takes him to

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Why you must read Terri Nixon’s The Dust of Ancients

The Dust of Ancients is set on the Cornish moors, among the old, abandoned mines left over from the booming copper-mining period in the 1800s. It’s a merging of Cornish folklore with modern-day issues of betrayal, addiction and revenge, as

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Why you must read Terri Nixon’s The Dust of Ancients

The Dust of Ancients is set on the Cornish moors, among the old, abandoned mines left over from the booming copper-mining period in the 1800s. It’s a merging of Cornish folklore with modern-day issues of betrayal, addiction and revenge, as

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Why you must read Katherine McIntyre’s By the Sea

Most kids had imaginary friends, but most weren’t like Megan’s friend Niall. There were rules: only at night and only by the sea. She could’ve sworn he was real, but when someone vanishes without a trace, what else can you

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Why you must read Katherine McIntyre’s By the Sea

Most kids had imaginary friends, but most weren’t like Megan’s friend Niall. There were rules: only at night and only by the sea. She could’ve sworn he was real, but when someone vanishes without a trace, what else can you

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Why you must read AL Patterson’s Ascension

“What would you do if you had all the power in the world?”

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Why you must read AL Patterson’s Ascension

“What would you do if you had all the power in the world?”

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Why you must read Belinda G Buchanan’s Seasons of Darkness

Everett Harrington, a no- nonsense businessman, should have taken Natalia’s behavior that night as a sign of things to come, but hadn’t. When it came to her, he found himself unable to think clearly. It was on a scorching afternoon

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Why you must read Belinda G Buchanan’s Seasons of Darkness

Everett Harrington, a no- nonsense businessman, should have taken Natalia’s behavior that night as a sign of things to come, but hadn’t. When it came to her, he found himself unable to think clearly. It was on a scorching afternoon

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