My Favorite Indie Books of 2014

Last year was an amazing year for Indie writers as far as I’m concerned. In addition to launching my first book in October I checked out the works of other Indie writers. These are the first three on my list and all are available on Amazon. 1. “Random Lucidity” by Dave Adair http://www.amazon.com/Random-Lucidity-A-Literary-Thriller-ebook/dp/B00LLR3WA6 A fascinating read. “4.5 Stars Portland Book Review Random Lucidity by Dave … Continue reading My Favorite Indie Books of 2014

The Threshold – Anita Kovacevic

The Threshold by Anita Kovacevic My rating: 5 of 5 stars Anita Kovacevic has packed a lot of punch in a little story. Some people are writers; a select few are “wordsmiths”. Kovacevic falls into the latter group. “The Threshold” is not a long book with thousands of overwhelming pages. It’s a compact and frightening tale of greed taken to its pinnacle. From the subtle … Continue reading The Threshold – Anita Kovacevic

Wolf Born – Natalie Gosney

Wolf Born by N. Gosney My rating: 5 of 5 stars With her novel, “Wolf Born”, Natalie Gosney has put a new spin on werewolves. Instead of the lone werewolf of the past, Gosney has wolves forming packs and working together. When a local werewolf, Seth, decides to form his own pack Carly is unexpectedly caught up in the ensuing adventures. It is Seth’s brother … Continue reading Wolf Born – Natalie Gosney

The Devil’s Lieutenant by Suzi Albracht

The Devil’s Lieutenant by Suzi Albracht My rating: 5 of 5 stars In “The Devil’s Lieutenant” Suzi Albracht weaves a tale of evil horror that made my skin crawl. With characters that jump off the page I was drawn into the story, following Jake Holyfield as he battles the malevolent forces that seek to destroy those he loves. In a story where good looks bad … Continue reading The Devil’s Lieutenant by Suzi Albracht

Revival by Stephen King

Revival Stephen King has hit another home run with “Revival”. The story follows Jamie Morton’s relationship with Charles Jacobs. But the story is about much more than their friendship; the story is about other relationships as well. The families and friends of these characters are woven throughout the tale, each playing a role and setting down a stepping stone to the finale. Even when you … Continue reading Revival by Stephen King

Slasher by WD Jackson

A serial killer in Los Angeles is targeting a very specific group of victims- actresses who have survived in “slasher” films. As the killings escalate in damage and more women die detectives scramble to catch the madman and protect potential victims. Meanwhile “slasher” film production company Hitlist where all the women filmed continues work on its biggest production ever. Using the publicity garnered from the … Continue reading Slasher by WD Jackson

“Heart-Shaped Box” by Joe Hill

Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill My rating: 5 of 5 stars Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill is not just another ghost story. While weaving a supernatural tale Hill manages to invest the story with some of the real life horrors in the world. Through the eyes of Jude Coyne the reader explores the experiences of an aged rock musician and the people in his life … Continue reading “Heart-Shaped Box” by Joe Hill