Top Ten Tuesday: Most Recent Additions to My Book Collection

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An ereader, a cup of coffee, a pair of black glasses, and a watch sitting on a wooden table. I’m narrowing this week’s topic down to free ebooks that I’ve downloaded from Indie authors. I believe in supporting other authors, especially if they haven’t already established a large audience!

If you’re interested in learning about new free science fiction, fantasy, horror, paranormal, and other speculative fiction books, most of which are written by Indie authors, go follow me on Twitter. I share some of these books every Thursday, and everything in today’s post came from one of those past threads.

I have not read most of these books yet, so I won’t officially recommend them. This is simply a list of tales I thought sounded interesting.

The Baby on the Back Porch by Lucia N. Davis

Is There Anyone Here With Us by Mace Styx

The Ghosts of Holleford Lake by Nicholas R. Adams

Five Fantastic Short Stories by Patrick Canning

Terror at Deventhier Bay by Eloise Molano


Oli the Old Owl by Lee Keene review coming in 2022

Escape from the Haunted Planet by Dubya-Ay P the Third

Dare vs. The Doll by Si Clarke

Dead Souls: A Supernatural Short Story Collection by Andrew S. French

The Visitor by Mark Lawrence


Have any of you read these books? How often do you read Indie stories and Indie authors in general?

92 Responses to Top Ten Tuesday: Most Recent Additions to My Book Collection

  1. I’ll read indie SF on ocassion, if the premise sounds interesting. Most SF tends to be the space-opera stuff, and I’m more interested in near-future tales.

  2. It is always great to read Indie Authors. I have read some in the past and always look for ones that write books I enjoy. I hope these are good one.

  3. I thoroughly enjoyed Patrick Canning’s Five Fantastic Stories! Tumbleweed Apocalypse was my favorite story. I hope you enjoy your new acquisitions!

  4. I used to read more Indie books from authors than I do now. Of course I don’t really read much of anything just now. But hopefully someday that will change again. 🙂 Hope you enjoy ALL of these, Lydia! Happy reading and thanks for the visit to Finding Wonderland on this week.

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