Happy INDIEgiving!

Yay! It’s INDIEgiving week!

I have so much to be THANKFUL for this year. My dad recently had a massive heart attack and a quadruple bypass – so scary, especially considering that we don’t have a history of heart attacks in our family and never expected it to happen.

He’s doing great now! He’s at a rehab facility and will get to come home in time for Thanksgiving. Like I told Nikki Jefford, it’s the stuff Lifetime Holiday Movies are made of. šŸ™‚

Despite what happened to my dad, this year has been pretty great. One of the best things about 2012 and being an indie author in general, is that I get to meet and become friends with so many awesome writers.

I was going toĀ compile a big list of writers who you should be reading, but I don’t want to leave anyone out accidentally. So, here’s the deal: In the comments tell me aboutĀ a writer that you are thankful for and why I should read them. I’ll randomly pick three winners from the comments when INDIEgivingĀ is over and gift them any indie e-book of their choice from Amazon, BN, or Smashwords.

Happy holidays!

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Author: Stacey Wallace

Stacey Wallace is the author of The Retroact Saga, Day of Sacrifice Omnibus, Open Door Love Story series, and multiple short stories. Her latest novel, Her Other Life, is a stand-alone novel of magical realism.

16 thoughts

  1. Daniel Arenson. His Song of Dragons series is absolutely amazing! They are well-written and the characters are absolutely enthralling. I absolutely could not put them down as I read them.

  2. So many great Indie author to choose from. I recently read Priscilla the Great by Sybil Nelson. The first book is free in the series. It’s middle grade but it’s a great series. I loved the writing and the character and the action. If you’re not about that market, this author has been successful.

    So glad your dad is doing better!

  3. You know, I’m friends with Daniel on Facebook, but haven’t read his books. I hear nothing but great things about them!

  4. I have for sure seen that book around and heard of Sybil. Always good to have more excellent MG books to recommend!

  5. I don’t want to be entered in any giveaways or anything, I just wanted to use this space to gush about Anya Allyn’s Dollhouse, which is one of the creepiest YA horror books I’ve read in a long time. Thank you, Anya, for making me read with the lights on!

  6. Thankful for Anne Eliot because she writes YA that isn’t easy and deals with painful subjects in the most beautiful way!

  7. Lorraine Zago Rosenthal. Other Words for Love is such a great book. I loved the characters and the story was really nice.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. Aside from yourself of course šŸ˜‰ I really enjoy reading SM Reine, she has two series Seasons of the Moon and the Descent Series, both are really good. One is a little lighter, although has darker moments (Seasons) and the other is very dark but I am soooooo hooked šŸ™‚ I am also very thankful to all of the book blogs, authors, and book friends that have given me so much joy this year. Thank you!
    dz59001[at]gmail[dot]com

  9. I am thankful Shelly Crane and Julia Crane! I love their books and yours! They are books that I can open up anytime and find my favorite parts and read them over again.

  10. You definitely should read his books. They are amazing. They are the type of books where you read through them and you want the story to finish because you want to know the end….but at the same time, you don’t want it to finish because you want to be lost in the world portrayed till the end of times.

  11. I’m sure this is beyond late, but I can’t help but gush a little over a book I just finished and am definitely grateful for. Starfire Angels by Melanie Nilles! I downloaded it as a Kindle freebie, and I was blown away by the beauty of it!

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