Book Giveaway | Indie Books

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Hello, readers. Welcome to Finding Wonderland. Our blogoversary month of giveaways continue today with another "winner's choice" giveaway option. Inspired by my review today, this one will feature a variety of Indie published novels. So, let's not waste time discovering what those are.
Today we are spotlighting some of the Indie authors who I'm familiar with. Though one of the books listed below has not made it onto my "read" list, I adore this authors traditionally published novels, and the others have. There's five books from which you can chose and it's a nice variety of genres. Or I hope it is. There's contemporary, historical and YA in the mix.
 Let's take a look at the specifics of today's featured books.
The Lady and the Lionheart by Joanne Bischof  Amazon | Goodreads
Forever Safe by Jody Hedlund  Amazon | Goodreads
Told You Twice* by Kristen Heitzmann Amazon | Goodreads
I'll Be Yours by Jenny B. Jones Amazon | Goodreads
The End of the World* by Amy Matayo  Amazon | Goodreads

*these novels, while still "inspirational," would earn a PG13 rating for some mature content.
And now let's get the rule details out of the way. (If you're a pro in giveaway's around here, just skip to the good bit: the widget!)
The giveaway(s) is open to all readers. The prize will be a Kindle copy, unless otherwise noted (US readers might have a paperback option). I do ask that anyone who leaves a comment under "anonymous," please leave the same name you enter into the widget in your comment - it's not easy to try and match comments when there is no name and in fairness to everyone else, I want to be able to be sure everyone who used the Rafflecopter correctly has a fair chance at winning against those who abuse it - there have been a few people I could not verify. So please, I don't mean to overwhelm, but just keep this in mind when entering future giveaways. I'd sure appreciate it! Winner(s) will have 48 hours to respond to the email notification (you'll be contacted at the email address in the Rafflecopter form) before another winner is randomly chosen.
To be entered in the giveaway, just enter as much or as little as you like into the Rafflecopter widget, which you'll find down below. The Giveaway ends August 24th. Happy Rafflecopter-ing.
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  1. Great list!!! I enjoyed Forever Safe and I'll Be Yours, and the others are on my to-read list. I'll be reviewing Told You Twice and The End of the World is waiting on my Kindle, so I'm wishing for The Lady and the Lionheart :) A great series I can recommend is The Moses Chronicles by H. B. Moore. I'm starting the third book, Exodus, tonight! I'm not a particular fan of Biblical fiction but I love pretty much everything she writes.

    1. I've yet to read Forever Safe but given its author I've zero doubt it's a lovely read. YAY for 'Lionheart.' It's a keeper and one I'm thrilled to own: I *had* to buy a copy on Amazon nearly the second it became available in paperback. ;)

      Thanks for the recommendation. That's a new-to-me series and as a reader, those are always welcome. :)

  2. I have not read the books you've listed, but I have been wanting to try more indie books. I just have so many traditional ones that I own and have yet to read! But some of my favorite indies that I've read are the "Ellie Sweet" books by Stephanie Morrill, "Bleeding Heart" and "While You're Awake" by Amber Stokes, and some of the "Ilyon Chronicles" by Jaye L. Knight (haven't read all of them). Hm, now I have the urge to find and read some indies...

    1. Right? I have too, Grace. It's been so enjoyable to discover these high-quality, five-star kind of reads from new and established authors. Even more joyous? Helping in some small way to promote their novels.

      Aw, yes! Those Ellie Sweet stories do seem, well, sweet. :) I read part of or all of the first and remember there was a permanent smile in place. :) Amber's are wonderful!

      YAY for Indie searches. Hope you found some good ones, Grace. And hope you're doing well. It's been a while since I've chatted with you around the blogosphere, friend. :)

  3. I've read the bottom three on your list and all wonderful!

    1. I agree, Megan. They're amazing. The only one I haven't read on my list is Jody's, but knowing her, I've zero doubt it's beautiful. :)

  4. I have heard SO many good things about The Lady and the Lionheart--would love to read that one!

    1. 'Lionheart' is worthy of every rave review it receives, Becca. It's beautiful - especially if you like fairytale-esque stories. Joanne writes a beautifully authentic fairytale and it's lovely. :)


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