Since we've been talking about ebooks all week I thought it would be fun to share a few ebooks that I have my eye on. Specifically I'm going to be looking at ebooks recently put out by indie authors.
Megg Jenson epublished her first young adult book, Anathema, just a couple of weeks ago. The book is already doing well and she even broke into the top 100 most popular ebooks on bn.com this week. She's got an engaging cover and a great price at $2.99 a book.
Karly Kirkpatrick began epublishing four months ago with her first young adult book, Into the Shadows. Her book is also nicely priced at $2.99. She blogs all about the epub experience in detail and it's fascinating to follow. Karly will be guest posting for us on a Fun Friday later this month.
Tera Lynn Childs is known for her traditionally publisher young adult books but has recently begun self-publishing adult books. Her first two are Eye Candy and Straight Talk. I love the covers, which is a HUGE thing in epub. Gotta have a great cover. And of course, her price is awesome at $.99 a book.
I've always liked reading Lauren Barnholdt's traditionally published young adult books from the Devon Delaney series to Reality Chick. Lauren has recently started self-publishing a number of series novellas on bn.com, all priced between $.99 and $2.99. Sweet! The covers are all gorgeous! Here's a long list of her books.
What about you? Any ebooks by indie authors that you have your eye on?
Kristina, Miss Author in Action