Way back in April 2019, I posted a Tweet that offered to read and review books for Indie Authors. I did this because getting reviews for an Indie Author is crucial for their success and I’m a huge supporter.
Well, I had no clue what would happen. When I woke up the next day I had almost 100 comments asking for a review! To say I had a mild panic attack would not be exaggerating. So I created a list on my website and then asked for help from the Twitter writing community in reviewing the books.
Since then, I’ve asked for submissions three times and finally moved my list to its very own server. Cool, huh?
Why is my list so special? How am I different from other websites that have done the same thing?
Basically, my only requirement is that you have to be an Indie Author, and that means either self-published or published by a small publishing house. I have no restrictions on content or amount of submissions, and most of all; I charge nothing (yet) to submit a request or maintain your book or page on my list.
I’ve separated books based on price.
Example: If a book is free on Kindle Unlimited, even if it costs on Kindle or paperback, we will list it on the page made specifically for books that are offered for free on Kindle Unlimited regardless of its other costs.
I also only listed each book on a single page. For instance, if a book is 0.99$ on Kindle and free on Kindle Unlimited we will only list it on the page listing free Kindle Unlimited books. If a book is 0.99$ on Kindle and 2.99$ in Paperback, we will only list it on the page for books 0.99$-1.99$ on Kindle, etc.
This saves both of us time and allows for an individual experience on each page. Basically, it prevents duplicate pages.
This is a lot of work for one person and I do it because I want to support authors like me. Do I take donations? Yup. All-day, every day, and twice on Sunday. Just click on the “Donate” link at the top of this page for options.
This list is nothing without YOU, the reader. Grab a coffee, curl up with a blanket, power up that laptop or tablet, and choose your next favorite story from these pages. Just don’t forget to review whatever you read.