The publishing world is changing at a pace that can only be compared to the world of technology. Because, as technology changes, so does the world of publishing. E-Readers and iPhones have changed the face of how we read and how we write. These days, if you're rejected by a publisher, you can just as easily self-publish online, and turn your novel into an e-book. The only tricky part about self-publishing, is that it's hard to gain visibility. But trust me, there are definitely self-published books you won't find at a book store, but deserve your attention ASAP.
The amazing range that self-published books provide can be hard to navigate, but thanks to sites like Indie Reader and Goodreads, the world of books becomes slightly less daunting. Whether you're into a general genre like historical fiction, or you've got more singular tastes, like wild folklore based fantasy set in modern times... there's a self-published book out there for you! So kick back, grab your e-reader, or your laptop, and get ready to click through on a buying frenzy. Richly detailed and phenomenally written, the following novels are here to usher you through the last of winter hibernation, one chapter at a time.
1'Old Blood' by K Jo
An ancient folklore based plot in a modern day setting, where a banshee and a mortal are in love? Sounds amazing. Old Blood takes readers on an unforgettable adventure that'll keep them scrolling.
4'The Last Hanging In Scots Bend' by Jack Hammond Jr.
In the aftermath of the Civil War,two families are intertwined in rivalry and vengeance. Told through recollections and memories, The Last Hanging In Scots Bend takes a look at what it means to be human in the time after the war that nearly tore our nation apart.
Anna's Bearis a story of moral conflict, family, defiance, and love, in Nazy Germany. When Max's 2-year-old sister, Anna, contracts meningitis and her life is put at stake. Bringing three unlikely characters together, this tale is one you won't forget.
Walt Honerman is nearly 40, and lonely. He takes an adventurous road trip with an elderly gentleman with a big personality, Izzy, and a young woman hoping to bring him out of his shell, Moira. Finding Flipper Frank is a heartwarming tale that takes readers on an adventure worthy of anyone who ever found themselves in need of a friend.
A dynamic portrait of a multi-talented American in the thick of the Harlem Renaissance, Leonard Harper battled the daunting odds of making it in America, and reveals a slightly different take on the era in Rhythm For Sale.