February 10, 2012

Indie Spotlight (3)

Welcome to the "Writers Exchange" Edition of...

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.

The Tenth Ghost by Jennifer St. Clair
When ten-year old Jacob Lane's parents mysteriously vanish, she is sent to Darkbrook, the only school of magic in the United States. While there, she stumbles upon a series of mysterious deaths. Nine students have died in the past one hundred years. Nine ghosts haunt the halls of Darkbrook. Will Jacob be the tenth ghost, or will she be able to stop a witch's reign of terror with the help of her friends?
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Sunsinger by Michelle Levigne
Bain Kern wanted to crew a starship and explore the galaxies. But an orphan on a colony world in the path of an alien invasion had no real hope of his dreams ever coming true. Then he met Captain Lin Fieran of "Sunsinger". The other orphans stepped aboard to flee to safety, but Bain started on the adventure for the rest of his life.
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The Triskelion by JennaKay Francis
When the balance of power is threatened in the land of Glede, the powerful Triskelion calls for its master. The only problem is - the master is a 14 year old elf, who knows nothing of either the Triskelion or the power that he will ultimately command. He is joined in a dangerous quest to secure the Triskelion by the young, newly orphaned King of Odora Dava, the other half of the magic needed to free the magic that will restore peace in Glede.
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Dawn Memories by Michelle Levigne
Dawn has been alone for six years, growing up in an orphanage, waiting for her family to show up. Waiting for Stayn, her betrothed, her best friend. But a crime boss who thinks Dawn has information stolen from him might just stop her quest before it has a chance to start.
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The Mystery of the Third Seal by Margaret Pearce
James Tadworthy lives in a post holocaust society. It is an ideal society. Everyone lives in perfect harmony with their tamed environment, with all knowledge controlled by the Shepherds, a group selflessly dedicated to humanity's welfare and best interests. Tadworthy discovers the Shepherds' horrific and closely guarded secret and uncovers a world of violence and intrigue. He desperately launches on a quest through the dark and dangerous underground to discover what really waits beyond the third seal.
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  1. I'm not usually one for indies (sorry!) but The Hunt sounds interesting. I like the element of a crime boss!

  2. Great post! Thanks for sharing. I love finding out about new reads that haven't previously been on my radar.


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