Friday, August 5, 2011
YA Indie Carnival: Whatchya Readin?
*looks sheepish* I don't have three. :(
Okay, before you slay me completely, let me explain. I only started reading regularly about two years ago. Then I decided to write a book and my reading took a back seat. Now I read about as often as I write, so there's a better balance. But because I went so many years watching movies instead of reading books, there are a gajillion awesome books out there that I haven't read. I have a TBR pile that touches the ceiling, so I don't really have to *search* for something to read.
So the only indie books I've read have been because of a connection to the author, or upon recommendation from someone I know. And when I say "indie" I am talking small-press as well (since one I know in particular uses Createspace to publish).
I've read Elizabeth Isaac's Light of Asteria, Jessica Degarmo's How to Meet a Guy at the Supermarket, and Molly Ringle's What Scotland Taught Me.
But in the spirit of the carnival, I have downloaded Warriors of the Cross by our very own T.R. Graves.
So, just because I haven't read much indie doesn't mean I don't want to or that I won't!
Check out the other participants in the YA Indie Carnival!
Danny Snell's Refracted Light Reviews
Nichole A. Williams
Amy Maurer Jones
Rachel Coles. Geek Mom. Book Reviewer
T. R. Graves