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 Katie Epstein’s Lawless

Macey Jennings is an ex-demon hunter who now earns a living between running a demon nightclub, and a team who bounty hunts sought after non-humans. Between running a busy bar, hunting demon outlaws, and staying under the radar of the

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Why you must read Katie Epstein’s Lawless

Macey Jennings is an ex-demon hunter who now earns a living between running a demon nightclub, and a team who bounty hunts sought after non-humans. Between running a busy bar, hunting demon outlaws, and staying under the radar of the

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Why you must read Alysia Seymour’s The Raven Dreams

The Raven Dreams is set in a fantasy world, but depicts the real struggles and life decisions, both personal and shared, that we can all relate to. The characters have real emotions and face trials that test who they are

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Why you must read Alysia Seymour’s The Raven Dreams

The Raven Dreams is set in a fantasy world, but depicts the real struggles and life decisions, both personal and shared, that we can all relate to. The characters have real emotions and face trials that test who they are

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Why you must read K Lamb’s Dani and the Haunted House

Dani and the Haunted House is a children’s book aimed at kids, 7-11, or those young at heart! It is about a feisty almost-eight-year old Dani who loves mystery and mayhem and is quite adept at getting herself into mischief.

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Why you must read K Lamb’s Dani and the Haunted House

Dani and the Haunted House is a children’s book aimed at kids, 7-11, or those young at heart! It is about a feisty almost-eight-year old Dani who loves mystery and mayhem and is quite adept at getting herself into mischief.

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Why you must read Michael Karpovage’s Crown of Serpents

With the discovery of a campaign journal from an American Revolutionary War officer who fought against the Iroquois Indians, the U.S. Army calls in their top field historian to assess its contents. Jake Tununda, combat vet and half-Seneca Indian, is

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Why you must read Michael Karpovage’s Crown of Serpents

With the discovery of a campaign journal from an American Revolutionary War officer who fought against the Iroquois Indians, the U.S. Army calls in their top field historian to assess its contents. Jake Tununda, combat vet and half-Seneca Indian, is

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Why you must read Joy Penny’s A Love For The Pages

Kiss. Marry. Kill. Nineteen-year-old June Eyermann has always known exactly which of her favorite Byronic heroes goes where. She’d kiss moody and possessive Rochester from Jane Eyre and marry prideful but repentant Darcy from Pride and Prejudice, leaving obsessive and

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Why you must read Joy Penny’s A Love For The Pages

Kiss. Marry. Kill. Nineteen-year-old June Eyermann has always known exactly which of her favorite Byronic heroes goes where. She’d kiss moody and possessive Rochester from Jane Eyre and marry prideful but repentant Darcy from Pride and Prejudice, leaving obsessive and

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Why you must read Morgan Bell’s Sniggerless Boundulations

Sniggerless Bouldulations is my debut collection of short stories, a cross-section between dreams and reality. The collection is an examination of the horrors of life, in the form of vignettes, micro fiction, flash fiction, and short stories. Themes include fear,

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Why you must read Morgan Bell’s Sniggerless Boundulations

Sniggerless Bouldulations is my debut collection of short stories, a cross-section between dreams and reality. The collection is an examination of the horrors of life, in the form of vignettes, micro fiction, flash fiction, and short stories. Themes include fear,

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Why you must read William J Finnegan’s The Forgotten Ones

This is the story of what happens, when mankind becomes, so selfish, so greedy, and so evil, that God himself turns his back on us, leaving us to fend for ourselves. In this world, evil reigns unchecked and it is

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Why you must read William J Finnegan’s The Forgotten Ones

This is the story of what happens, when mankind becomes, so selfish, so greedy, and so evil, that God himself turns his back on us, leaving us to fend for ourselves. In this world, evil reigns unchecked and it is

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Why you must read Ognian Georgiev’s The White Prisoner

The story is about legendary Olympic weightlifting champ Galabin Boevski. He is caught with 9 kg of cocaine at Sao Paulo’s airport. The former star receives 9 years and 4 months sentence. Galabin Boevski. Why does that name sound so

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Why you must read Ognian Georgiev’s The White Prisoner

The story is about legendary Olympic weightlifting champ Galabin Boevski. He is caught with 9 kg of cocaine at Sao Paulo’s airport. The former star receives 9 years and 4 months sentence. Galabin Boevski. Why does that name sound so

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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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