These are in no particular order, and this certainly does not cover nearly all of the wonderful new indie titles out there (we’ve had a few authors here in the Salon too, so check out our Guest page for more).
Ghouls Night Out (Larue Donavan Series) by Rose Pressey
Death’s Hand by S.M. Reine
Dragon Blues by Edie Ramer
Touch by Jus Accardo
No Hero by Jonathan Wood
A Modern Witch by Debora Geary
Trinity: A Brethren Novel by Deena Remiel
Airborne by Constance Sharper
Under the Moon by Natalie J. Damschroder
Coexist: Keegan’s Chronicles by Julia Crane
Piper’s Fury by Rachel Firasek
Moon Dance by J.R. Rain
If you have a small press title out this year (of any genre), or if you have more recommendations, please give a shout in the comments. Happy Holidays Indies!
Ella, thank you so much. Piper's Fury is my "precious baby" I seriously love that book. Thank you, thank you, thank you for loving it!
If I can do a shout out of my fave book this year, it would be "Poughkeepsie" from Debra Anastasia published by Omnific. Seriously---I will keep saying it---best book I've ever read.
what a great list and I look forward to reading each and every one of these books, including Rachel's recommendation.
thanks for the chance to add a shout for my Carry on the Flame series - Carry on the Flame: Destiny's Call has won four awards, including finalist in USA Books 'Best Books 2011" new age fiction. Carry on the Flame: Ultimate Magic just released. They're YA/adult urban fantasy, magic/visionary fiction novels.
Great list!!! :)
My first novel was released this year too! Night Walker... Hope you'll check it out...
Thanks for sharing!
Wow, Ella, thank you so much! I'm humbled to be in such great company.
I see several of my favorite authors on the list. Congratulations everybody. Such an exciting achievement.
Thanks for the recommendations everyone, and congratulations on so many great stories out this year!
We're pretty thrilled with Jennifer L. Armentrout's HALF-BLOOD, which came out in October. Greek gods, daimons, forbidden love--it's a great book!
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