We are all more than ready for springtime and fresh starts this year.
Though we are all fatigued, we must keep in mind COVID precautions for a little longer if we wish a return to safe social freedom. Thankfully we readers have a pastime we love, in which we have been able to indulge in spite of restrictions.
Spring seems a time for resolutions, a celebration of optimism and ambition. Those traits are essential for authors who take the leap and publish independently. Self-publishing today is a respected endeavor. Competition is fierce in the industry. Many highly talented authors strive to reach readers by bringing their work to light through their own efforts.
So many authors, so little reading time . . . to fit into days filled with additional commitments – but here is a short list of authors – some of whom are independent publishers – whose works I hope to explore at some point when I can fit them in with new works by my longtime favorite authors – and my two or three professional positions. . . whew!
Falling Into Magic has been hiding in the depths of my inbox for some time, so you’ll see my review of it first.
Since I received a real life review copy of Rapier Wit in the mail, I imagine it will be read before long. I must admit hard copies are my preference.
Working on the computer is an advantage – reading is much more rewarding when I can turn pages.
But don’t wait for my reviews. Follow the links to order these books and explore them on your own.
There are so many great titles . . . I feel so guilty not keeping up with reading requests. I’m simply unable to fulfill them all, but the least I can do is feature them so others can check them out and let us know their favorites. Comments are invited as long as they are respectful.
Joanna Carnes’ – Death at Whispering Lake
Duffy Brown’s – Wedding Day and Foul Play
Cam Lang’s – The Concrete Vineyard