One of my favorite things is supporting indie authors and their efforts. And as everyone knows, if you want to be a good writer, you have to read, read, read. Here’s a run-down of what is on my list.
Jill Williamson’s epic Kinsman Chronicles Series. So far, I’m really enjoying it. Will review when I’m through with all six.
The traditionally published Tim Keller’s “Walking with God through Pain and Suffering.” Of course, nobody can say it quite like this modern-day CS Lewis. I started this awhile ago (read: months ago) and as it sits on my nightstand, I savor it, like a hot cup of coffee I’m afraid will end.
Hugh Howey’s Wool. This needs no explanation.
James Maxwell’s “Hidden Relic”, the second part of his Evermen Saga. So far so good…will also review when I’m through with the series.
On the docket:
Looking forward to diving into some not so Indie titles: Ender’s Game, Pillar to the Sky, and perhaps a thriller, to branch out a bit. Any suggestions?
One of the coolest things, in my humble opinion, about the indie author community is the ability to support each other as we all work hard at improving our craft. I’m biased towards fantasy and sci-fi, since my own work in progress(s) are in the fantasy genre, but I’m pretty sure the same thing goes for ANY genres within this community. What are some of your favorite things about it? Comment below!