Authors and Books You Should Know and Read
These are some of my favorite indie authors. Please support them and indie publishing
"A great lead-in for a series, I will be one of the first, if not the first, to buy the second in the Rachel Cain series to find out more what Morgan and his breathtaking wife Rachel are up to now.Highly recommend for any reader.
It's my list; why not?
I've always liked this book of Randy's the most because it was composed of letters he wrote home while he was in Vietnam.
Dave's first novel. He's a great story teller.
A Baby-boomer must read!
Cherries weds a matchless sense of dramatics with the ability to tell a marvelous story.
Alex Keto is a Bethesda, MD based author whose research about the Mau Mau Rebellion began in the Library of Congress where he read out-of-print histories, memoirs and diaries from that era, and then culminated in two trips to Kenya (2007 and 2009) to see where the rebellion by the Kikuyu people against Kenya's colonial government took place. This is a fantastic novel and story. Highly recommend!
This is a brilliant memoir of the 1960s.
Michael C. Keith is the author of over 20 books on electronic media, among them Talking Radio, Voices in the Purple Haze, Radio Cultures, Signals in the Air, and the classic textbook The Radio Station. He's one of the most prolific writers I know!
Time travel and the American Civil War. It's a great combo in this exciting novella.
Mark Heathco, now retired, is a military veteran who spent ten years on the demilitarized zone (DMZ) of South Korea. He and his wife live in Ohio; they have three children. This is his debut book.
He has walked the walk.
With a compelling plot, vivid characters, realistic action, and gripping narrative, THE NATIONS is not just a thrilling saga of the American West--it is a triumph!--DWIGHT JON ZIMMERMAN, New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling co-author of LINCOLN'S LAST DAYS For fans of ZANE GREY, LOUIS L'AMOUR, ELMER KELTON AND LARRY McMURTRY, the western still lives.
Nate has a new one coming out soon, but this one is a gripping story which showcases his amazing talent.
Gritty and riveting!
"Wonderful! Lars Hedbor has magnificently captured the zeitgeist of Colonial Vermont! He seamlessly blends his tale with the events of the American Revolution in the Champlain Valley!" - Daniel O'Neil, Executive Director, Ethan Allen Homestead Museum
William G. Jones is a University of Kentucky alumnus and has worked in media and graphic design for over a decade. His short stories have appeared in InFuze Magazine, and his story "Choices" was selected for InFuze Magazine's Best-of 2005 anthology. He currently resides in Western Kentucky.
Another fine story teller
Robin Stratton has been a writing coach in the Boston area for almost 20 years. She is the author of The Revision Process, A Guide for Those Months or Years Between Your First Draft and Your Last, On Air (a National Indie Excellence Book Award finalist,) Of Zen and Men, and two chapbooks, Dealing with Men and Interference from an Unwitting Species.
Author of several action packed novels and short stories, Basil was born in rural interior Alaska and raised among the Ohio cornfields. As a young man he tried a career in the Marines but injuries sent him home after only six months.