It’s come to my attention that this week is ‘read an ebook week’, and seeing as to how I’ve been wanting to compose a blog post about a handful of ebooks written by some folks I know, this is the perfect opportunity to do just that. I’d like to make it known that I haven’t read all of the books that are on this list, so I can’t vouch for whether or not they’re up your alley. Do yourself a favor and download the sample before clicking the ‘buy’ button (personally, I never buy anything without sampling first). This is simply me doing my part to spread the word about a few authors you may have otherwise not heard of.
That being said, here’s the list, and here’s to hoping that you find something below that you’ll enjoy:
Arson by Estevan Vega
Arson Gable feels like a freak. He can create fire. He never asked for it. He never wanted it. But he can’t shut it off. Before now, three things were true: he both loved and despised his grandmother; his life was going nowhere; and he was alone. But when a strange girl–who feels more normal behind a mask than inside her own skin–moves in next door, Arson hopes to find something he’s never had: purpose. Using what he fears most about himself, Arson must face his consuming past and confront the nightmare that is his present as he walks the fine line between boy and monster. Read More…
Veronasongs (The Matadors) by Simbarashe
Donica Pine views herself as a normal, average, teenage girl. She loves to write, she’s attending public school for the first time in her life, and she’s developed an innocent crush on a boy in her class. The only problem is, everyone around her sees her as anything but normal. In this, her first year of high school, she’s been advanced to the junior class. Her older brother is infamous for keeping a universally loathed bunch of friends. Her mother might be a lunatic. Read More…
Exiled (The Protector Book 1) by M.R. Merrick
Chase Williams is a demon hunter in the Circle, or at least he was supposed to be. On his fifteenth birthday, Chase stepped up to the altar to claim his elemental power, but it never came. Elemental magic is passed down to a hunter through the bloodline, but on Chase’s birthday, the bloodline stopped.
Exiled without the Circle’s protection, Chase has spent two years trying to survive a world riddled with half-demons and magic. Read more…
The Dying of the Light: End by Jason Kristopher
“I didn’t see Rebecca die the second time.”
The United States military hides a secret: the completely real existence of eat-your-brains, one-bite-and-you’re-dead zombies. The Army has known they exist for over a hundred years, and has been quietly and expertly keeping the secret.
His hometown destroyed, with everyone he has ever known dead and gone… Read more…
High Moor by Graeme Reynolds
When John Simpson hears of a bizarre animal attack in his old home town of High Moor, it stirs memories of a long forgotten horror. John knows the truth. A werewolf stalks the town once more, and on the night of the next full moon, the killing will begin again. He should know. He survived a werewolf attack in 1986, during the worst year of his life.
It’s 1986 and the town is gripped in terror after the mutilated corpse of a young boy is found in the woods… Read More…
Desert Places by Blake Crouch
The first installment in the Andrew Z. Thomas Series and a prequel to Crouch’s and Konrath’s thriller STIRRED…
Greetings. There is a body buried on your property, covered in your blood. The unfortunate young lady’s name is Rita Jones. In her jeans pocket you’ll find a slip of paper with a phone number on it. Call that number. If I have not heard from you by 8:00 P.M., the police will receive an anonymous call. I’ll tell them where Rita Jones is buried on your property, how you killed her, and where the murder weapon Read More…
And to round it off to a lucky seven, there’s always my little gem which, if you haven’t read yet… shame on you. 😉
Seed by Ania Ahlborn
In the vine-twisted swamps of Louisiana, the shadows have teeth.
Jack Winter has spent his entire life running from something no one else can see. His childhood is his darkest secret, but after a near fatal accident along a deserted road, the darkness he was sure he’d escaped rears its ugly head… and smiles. But this time, he isn’t the only one who sees the soulless eyes of his past. This time, his six-year-old daughter Charlie leans into his ear and whispers: “Daddy, I saw it too.” And then she begins to change. Read More…
4 thoughts on “Read An Ebook Week: 03.04 – 03.11”
Aw, how sweet of you to include mine! Thanks, darlin! I’ll make sure to do the same for you if/when I ever have a similar post. Much love!
I had no idea there was such a thing as Read an eBook Week…and seeing as how half of what’s here is on my read/to be read list, I’m going to have to try all the others, too. It’s like book kismet. Nice post – way to push the word candy!
Now, remember, I haven’t read all of this stuff… so, you know… don’t hold it over my head if you don’t like it! 😉
Thanks for including my book, Ania. Really appreciate it 🙂