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Indie Books for Summer Reading

I’m not working on a major writing project this summer (although I am paying attention to what’s going on in my brain, and making notes). So I expect to get a lot of reading done.

Here are 8 books queued up on my two e-readers (not in any order):

  • The Journey / Suzanne Miller
  • Hope (Operation Galton Book 1) / Terry Tyler
  • Alchemy / Mark Ryan
  • Sunwielder / D. Wallace Peach
  • Sailing to Redoubt / C. Litka
  • Best Friends and Other Lovers / J.F. Kaufmann
  • The Two-Blood Legacy / J.F. Kaufmann
  • The Daemoniac / Kat Ross

These are all indie-published books!

The list may be added to, especially if I join another Goodreads Reading Round, in which case I’ll have to rev up my reading efforts.

I almost always review the books I read. I post reviews on Goodreads, and on Amazon or Smashwords, depending on where I acquired the book. So look out for reviews!

Does anyone else have a “Books to Read This Summer” list to share?


  1. HI Audrey, I really enjoyed Sunwielder. It is my favourite of Diana’s books that I have read to date. It is winter in South Africa, but my reading list is The Midnight Library by Matt Haig (I finished it yesterday), Great Expectations by Charles Dickens and one undecided other. I am also currently doing a Beta read and then I have a few books lined up from fellow Indie or small press authors.

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  2. Looking forward to your reviews! I enjoyed “Sailing to Redoubt” very much.

    I’m sure I’ll be reading a bunch of indie books this summer too, but haven’t settled on which ones yet.

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  3. I am still trying to keep up with the book club I joined not long ago. On my Kindle I have Indie Authors I am looking forward to and at the moment I have just started reading She Who Returns and enjoying getting back into the mysterious world of France’s family.

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  4. Glad to read that you are thinking about a new story. After working on She Who Returns for two years, it is good to take a break – but it is also good to have ideas percolating for another story.

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  5. I’m not writing this summer either, Audrey. It’s so nice not to have that pressure (self-imposed, yes, but…). It looks like you have some entertaining reads lined up, and I’m thrilled to see Sunwielder on your list. Doing a happy dance over here. I hope you enjoy it.

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