Author Archives: indie e-books

About indie e-books

http://indieebooks.co.uk is aimed at providing a common platform for indie writers and publishers to show-case their work. The content is kept limited to one (free) short story per author to give the reader an idea of the writing style and talent involved and to help forward them on to more substantial work.

Interview with an indie author (Deanna Lynn Sletten)

In the last of this series…  Deanna Lynn Sletten, author of Memories; Widow, Virgin, Whore; and Outlaw Heroes If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would … Continue reading

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Dragon Gem, by Brian Beam

“Korin has a problem.  He’s foolishly signed himself into a magical contract to find a stolen gem and just when he has it in his clutches its carted off by a mysterious stranger. So, he has just under 2 weeks … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (David Berger)

David Berger, author of Task Force: Gaea If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? Lord of the Rings (assuming a trilogy could be … Continue reading

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A True Friend

There’s a new (free) short story available from Karen Aminadra: A True Friend. If you get a chance to read it, please take the time to leave a review and perhaps pick up the larger collection of stories – Life … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of…?

I’ve talked before about the effect that both positive and negative bias can have on reviews and given a certain indie book has received a lot of attention  of late (in the UK press at least) I’ve decided to return … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Sarka-Jonae Miller)

Sarka-Jonae Miller, author of Between Boyfriends If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? Well first I’d ask the stork to bring me a … Continue reading

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Broken City, by D.D. Chant

Deeta has been sheltered all her life… In a world destroyed by a financial crisis gone too far, tribal factions struggle to survive.  For Deeta’s tribe, those ‘unbroken’ tribe members like her are kept within the confines of their tower … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Elizabeth Baxter)

Elizabeth Baxter, author of Circle Spinner and Other Tales If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? The Lord of The Rings (omnibus edition … Continue reading

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Close the Door, by James Fant

“Mark Morris was a monster bent on revenge.  Armed with hatred, brass knuckles, and a glock pistol, he traveled to his hometown to harm those who harmed him so long ago. But every act of revenge only moved Mark closer … Continue reading

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Interview with an indie author (Larissa Hinton)

Larissa Hinton, author of Everblossom: A Short Story and Poetry Anthology If you were trapped on a desert island, and a magical talking stork could bring you one book (not yours) which would it be? Gosh, only one!? I guess … Continue reading

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