Category: Indie Spotlight

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Indie Spotlight: The Travelers Series by Claudia L..

Indie Spotlight: The Travelers Series by Claudia Lefeve

Today’s Indie Spotlight features Claudia Lefeve.  Claudia is an author from Texas.  Her series (which she calls young adult speculative fiction), The Travelers Series, follows a young girl who has special abilities (including crossing through parallel/alernate universes.  The best part –book one (Parallel) is now FREE on Amazon! The Books Parallel (1) Destiny has a […]

Posted June 30, 2013 by heartjess in Indie Spotlight / 5 Comments
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Indie Spotlight: J.A. Templeton

Indie Spotlight: J.A. Templeton

Today’s Indie Spotlight features J.A. Templeton.  Julia Templeton is an adult romance author who has written two series for young adults and new adults under the pen name J.A. Templeton.  While I haven’t gotten to read Thin White Line (it’s in my TBR folder on the Kindle now!), I absolutely LOVED her MacKinnon Curse series. […]

Posted June 23, 2013 by heartjess in Indie Spotlight / 3 Comments
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Indie Spotlight: Tracy Rozzlynn

Indie Spotlight: Tracy Rozzlynn

Today’s post spotlights two series by YA author Tracy Rozzlynn.  The first is a science fiction series (Verita) and the other a dystopian series (Fast-Tracked).  Both of these series are two of my favorites and I’m anxiously awaiting the finales to both!  Click on the book covers to learn more about each book. The Verita […]

Posted June 16, 2013 by heartjess in Indie Spotlight / 0 Comments
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Indie Spotlight: P.T. Michelle’s Brightest K..

Indie Spotlight: P.T. Michelle’s Brightest Kind of Darkness (Now Free!)

Today’s Indie spotlight focuses on P.T. Michelle’s Brightest Kind of Darkness series.  BKOD is a young adult paranormal series, with three full size books and one novella.   Brightest Kind of Darkness (1) Nara Collins is an average sixteen-year-old, with one exception: every night she dreams the events of the following day. Due to an […]

Posted June 9, 2013 by heartjess in Indie Spotlight / 0 Comments
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