November 24, 2011

Indie Spotlight (2)

Indie Spotlight posts are an opportunity for me to feature indie press or self-published books that might not normally get much attention in the blogging world. I hope you'll find a title below that piques your interest.

Legend of a Ninja: Beneath the Shadows by Jarius Raphel
In the Iofrehn clan, relationships are forbidden. Seen as a weakness, love itself is a curse to the clear mind and focus of a true ninja. But when one ninja seeks permission to love, his struggle for survival will shake The Order of ninjas to its core.

Can you still trust your heart when the secrets beneath the shadows are revealed?
Find it on Kindle, Smashwords, & B&N.

Anomaly by K.C. King
22-year-old Bree Spencer hates prejudice of all kinds – especially the blatant elitism she is subjected to as a resident staffer at her aunt’s exclusive estate, Blackall Manor. So when Bree nearly winds up as road-kill on account of the wealthy Sebastian Templeton, she struggles to reconcile her inexplicable attraction to him. On the surface Sebastian epitomises all that Bree usually despises, yet her draw to him is irrefutable. Despite her reservations, Bree finds Sebastian intriguing; but his insistence to get to know her triggers a raft of niggling suspicions – heightened by a series of strange dreams and phenomena – until eventually, she learns the truth. 
Find it on Amazon & Smashwords.

Castigate My Sins by Elicia Clegg
In Elicia Clegg's newest novel five teenagers: Michael, Suzy, Christopher, Beth, and Leigh will have to answer that very question. Their souls will be thrown into a pit of malevolent despair where they will come face to face with their archetypal selves. their characters will be tested, they will be deceived, given half-truths, and face punishment for crimes they did not commit. Will any surrender to the ever growing lies, or will they escape the void of light and breathe life once again?
Find it on B&N and Smashwords.

Spirits of Glory by Emily Devenport
One morning the people of the North woke up and the people of the South were gone. That's the first thing every child learns on the colony world of Jigsaw. But for one girl, knowing about The Disappearance is not enough. Hawkeye wants to know why.

That's why she spent half her life researching The Disappearance. And that's also why eight Neighbors show up on her doorstep, demanding that she accompany them into the Forbidden Cities ruled by the Southern gods to speak with the Spirits of Glory.
Find it on Smashwords & Amazon.

Kevin's Point of View by Del Shannon
Kevin Tobin is a relatively ordinary 12-year-old dealing with the aftermath of his father's death in a mountain biking accident near their home in Boulder, Colorado. While he antagonizes his sister through his superhero antics on an average Wednesday morning, his ability to escape inside a character's head becomes critical to his survival after his life is once-again turned upside down a year after his father's death. 
Find it on Amazon & B&N.


  1. I love the sound of these, like Spirits of Glory looks like something I would love! thanks for shinning a spot light on these titles!

  2. These sounds great! I'm especially interested in Spirits of Glory. It sounds great! Thanks for featuring these. :)

  3. This is a really diverse and interesting group of books..Kevin's Point of View sounds like it might be useful for teens dealing with death close to home..

  4. I like the indie spotlight idea! There are so many out there, it's hard to find the good ones.


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