Books

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Sharing the beliefs and perspectives in: THE EVANGELICAL EXPERIENCE

Rating: 5
A former Evangelical Christian gives his experiences with the movement, and explains the beliefs and perspectives of those within it.

6 Reasons 2018 Will Be The Best IndieReader Discovery Awards Ever

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The 2017 winners  of the IndieReader Discovery Awards (IRDAs)…

What is DRC and How to Make it Work for You

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So, you’ve been cranking on your book. You have a beautiful…
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How to Look for Feedback When You’re a Self-Published Author

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These are good times for self-published authors. The audience…
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The 15 Best Book Marketing Insights from Eight Years of IndieReader

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Everybody wants to be the next Hugh Howey, Marie Force and/or…
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Real World and Spiritual World Conflict Come Together in: GANESHA’S TEMPLE

Rating: 3.5
While Kashmir is threatened by political discord between its residents, the teenage son of a government official must aid the gods in their own battle to regain power and harmony in the Veiled Lands.
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Meager beginnings turn into great wealth for sisters in: OUTRAGEOUS

Rating: 5
The lives of two clairvoyant sisters make a drastic shift into the world of wealth when they befriend one of the richest men in the nation.
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Combing through the expansive standards of beauty in: CROWNING GLORY

Rating: 4
A spunky twenty-something New Yorker, transplanted from Chicago, has her curiosity piqued by the male attention she receives while wearing a red wig she bought on eBay on a whim.
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A handful of friends and strangers struggle in a dystopian world in: SCHISM

Rating: 4.5
Young survivors of a virus that destroyed the world’s adult population struggle to put the pieces of society back together.
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An amusement park featuring werewolves, vampires, and zombies is a facade for a diabolical plan: MONSTERLAND

Rating: 5
The owner of Monsterland invites teens to opening day with a dare: "Let's see if Monsterland can scare the daylights out of you."
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Angels, demons and supernatural warriors battle in: CROSSBACK

Rating: 4.5
Recovering from defeating an ancient demon, Doyle and Briar gather warriors to hunt down and stop a sinister entity targeting children.
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The dangers of being a doppleganger in: THE TRAINEE

Rating: 3
Rodney Pepper is a strange man. Painfully awkward, heartbreakingly naïve, and prone to archaic monologues, he is adrift in college until a series of coincidences bring him to New Orleans.
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Inspirational insights on spiritual progress lead to emotional and mental wellness in: MAYBE GOD HAS A BETTER IDEA

Rating: 5
A collection of life experiences and lessons learned turn into thought-provoking insights and life-changing activities.
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Color Us Intrigued!

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Coloring Books. Not Just for Kids Anymore!
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Thrills and chills are plentiful in: PORTRAIT OF RAGE

Rating: 5
When Thomas Shear buys an old house to use for his art gallery, he’s confronted by its secrets and sordid past and is drawn into a supernatural mystery that threatens to destroy everything and everyone he loves.
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A goofy and irreverent take on Armageddon in: THE ANTICHRIST OF KOKOMO COUNTY

Rating: 3.5
Worried that his son might be the spawn of Satan, a dad will do anything to keep his child from realizing his dark destiny, much to the concern and annoyance of everyone else.
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Soulful communication and guidance in: DIRT, TRUTH, MUSIC AND BUNGEE CORDS

Rating: 4
Healthcare CEO/author Bud Megargee talks with spirits, communes with an oracle, and shares these rare experiences in an absorbing collection of observations.
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Docu-drama realism puts the reader on the streets with the members of
THE RED DOT CLUB

Rating: 4
Gritty portraits of true courage under fire, THE RED DOT CLUB puts the reader on the street where cops and criminals shoot it out, where blood is red, and pain is excruciating.
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16 Indie Summer Reads

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Suntan lotion? Check. Hammock under shaded trees? Check. IR Approved Titles for your summer reading pleasure? From Horror and Historical Fiction to Romance and Fantasy. You can find them all here!
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Freddy Fumple and the Mindmonsters

Rating: 4
A 10-year-old boy moves to the country with his parents and older sister, only to realize that their new house is haunted and there are strange creatures popping up unexpectedly in his backyard.
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Heliocentric

Rating: 4
HELIOCENTRIC is the second volume in a science fiction series that follows a hidden struggle between a group of human guardians and the Ankira, a race of humanoid aliens with glowing eyes and strange powers.
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The Napa Affair

Rating: 3.5
A sommelier and wine buyer gets entangled in the murder of a wine critic in the breezy and fun page-turner THE NAPA AFFAIR. THE NAPA AFFAIR begins with sommelier Sebastian Carroll traveling through the cavernous wine cellar of a wealthy estate to show off his wine expertise by identifying wines as forgeries.

The Scholar's Tale

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THE SCHOLAR’S TALE is a recording of the exploits of a brilliant man as he satisfies his intellectual curiosities, along with his sexual desires.This novel follows Roy Musgrave, intellectual and scoundrel as he researches background information for a novel.