I ♥ Indie books, especially if the tales they tell show Witchy bits!


  1. Witch Hunter by David R. Addleman
  2. Witches by David Addleman 
  3. Payback’s a Witch by Rachel Astor
  4. Witch Grannies: The Case of the Evil Schoomaster by Gary J. Byrnes
  5. The Soulkeepers by G. P. Ghing
  6. Bittersweet by Marcia Colette
  7. The Spider Inside Her by Marcia Colette
  8. Deadlier by the Dozen by Marcia Colette
  9. Witchmoor Edge by Mike Crowson 
  10. Wytchmoor Peak by Mike Crowson
  11. The Rings of Poseidon by Mike Crowson 
  12. Only the Darkness by Mike Crowson
  13. Heat Stroke by Mike Crowson
  14. Sealed Entrance by Mike Crowson
  15. Scent of Danger by Autumn Dawn
  16. “The Demon of Walker’s Woods” by Dan Dillard
  17. “My Mind’s Eye” by Dan Dillard
  18. “Out, Damned Spot” by Dan Dillard
  19. “Pig Man” by Dan Dillard
  20. “Unlucky in Death” by Dan Dillard 
  21. The Grimoire Chronicles: Veil Between Worlds by Sally Dubats
  22. A Modern Witch by Debora Geary
  23. A Hidden Witch by Debora Geary
  24. Witches on Parole by Debora Geary
  25. To Love a Witch by Debora Geary 
  26. Pink Snowbunnies in Hell edited by Debora Geary
  27. Predators of Darkness by Leonard D. Hilley II 
  28. Beyond the Darkness by Leonard D. Hilley II 
  29. The Game of Pawns by Leonard D. Hilley II 
  30. Be Careful What You Witch For by Thomas Hoobler 
  31. A Modern Day Witch Hunt by Kiki Howell 
  32. A Strange Freedom: Blood & Fireworks by Kiki Howell
  33. The Healing Spell by Kiki Howell
  34. The Sorcerer’s Songs by Kiki Howell 
  35. Rituals by Kiki Howell 
  36. “DEAD(ish) by Naomi Kramer 
  37. The Unfinished Song: Initiate by Tara Maya
  38. The Unfinished Song: Taboo by Tara Maya
  39. The Unfinished Song: Sacrifice by Tara Maya
  40. Tomorrow We Dance by Tara Maya
  41. Ruthless: An Extreme Shock Horror Collection Ed. by Shane McKenzie 
  42. The Witch Awakening by Karen Nilsen 
  43. Tapestry Lion by Karen Nilsen 
  44. Phoenix Ashes by Karen Nilsen 
  45. Glory by Devin O’Branagan
  46. Show Dog Sings the Blues by Devin O’Branagan
  47. Witch Hunt by Devin O’Branagan 
  48. Beltane by Erin O’Riordan 
  49. Midsummer Night by Erin O’Riordan
  50. Dead People by Edie Ramer 
  51. Dragon Blues by Edie Ramer 
  52. Galaxy Girls by Edie Ramer 
  53. The First Tale by Icy Sedgwick
  54. Amaretto Flame by Sammie Spencer 
  55. The Abraxas Series: Books 1-3 by Cincearae Santiago
  56. Seeing Green by Cincearae Santiago
  57. Abraxas: The Haywire Halloween by Cincearae Santiago
  58. Bloodroot by Angela Sullivan
  59. Dark Magick by Stacey Thomson-Geer and Stevie Trinity 
  60. The Gatekeeper Series by Stacey Thompson-Geer and Stevie Trinity 
  61. Magician of Oz by James C. Wallace II 
  62. Shadow Demon of Oz by James C. Wallace II 
  63. Family of Oz by James C. Wallace II 
  64. The Trouble with Spells by Lacey Weatherford 
  65. Myka the Goddess Witch: Zeus Secret by Vianka Van Bokkem
  66. Save my Soul by Zoe Winters 
  67. Kept by Zoe Winters 
  68. Claimed by Zoe Winters
  69. Mated by Zoe Winters
The Marcia who started it all...
I admire people who are brave enough to follow their own way, regardless of what the majority is doing. That is one of the reasons why I have so much respect for Independent Artists, and the fact that I’m a writer gives Indie Authors and Small Indie Presses a special place in my heart.  

Recently, my dear friend Marcia Colette ventured into the world of self-publishing. Bittersweet, a young adult paranormal novel, is her first indie baby. Marcia is traditionally published too, as some of you might remember from my Reviews of Half Breed and its prequel, Stripped. Marcia is a mother and a writer with a fulltime day job; knowing she is juggling all these things makes me feel SOOO proud of her!

I started reading more indie authors because of Marcia. I’m grateful, for I’ve found magnificent tales and talents. I was looking for ways to show her just how much I celebrate her efforts, and the other day her interview at Indie Paranormal Book Reviews nudged me toward this idea: I want to celebrate your dedication, my dear Marcia, by recognizing authors who have the spirit to birth and sell their words the same way you do.

Yes,  Indie books, especially if the tales they tell show Witchy bits! These are the indie works I’ve read since January 2011. If you have self-published work—especially stories with witchy characters in it—read my post on How to Request a Book Review and I’ll be wicked glad to read you, review you, and list you.


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7 comments:

  1. Aw, hon. I'm sitting in my cube with a HUGE smile on my face and blurriness in my eyes. Don't you dare make me cry at work. I already had to shove a lump from my throat. :-)

    One of these days, we're going to meet in person and when we do, my stocked up hugs are going to pour out all at once on you. Just wear a suit of armor to be on the safe side. ;-)

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  2. With our zillion watts smiles and those bone-crushing hugs... oh gods, I hope you don't have an explosive laugh too. If you do, we might cause an unnatural disaster!

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  3. Magaly this is excellent!!! Thank-you for the person you are!! Big Hugs!

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  4. You make me feel all fuzzy inside, Magic Love Crow ;-)

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  5. Barnes and Noble needs some reviews...from a writer...

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  6. Judy - I'm thinking about copying (or summarizing) my reviews and loading them to B&N, Borders, Goodreads... but that's after the party, for it will take some time.

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  7. Judy - I'm thinking about copying (or summarizing) my reviews and loading them to B&N, Borders, Goodreads... but that's after the party, for it will take some time.

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