Indie-Fever Reading Challenge 2013

Debdatta of b00kr3vi3ws is hosting Indie-Fever Reading Challenge 2013 with the aim to get us to read and review more indie books. 

During this year I have noticed that I’ve been a lot more open to reading book by indie authors, I think one of the main things that has helped me to keep going back to new authors and feeling good with  this choice is due to the fact those who I’ve read this year have been super pleasant talking to me! I would like to venture out a little more into the indie world and no doubt it’ll help with my other challenges too, for this challenge I’m going to enter aim for the Lover Level where I am to read and review between 9 and 16 indie books throughout the year.
Want to sign up and know more? Click here.

Indie-Fever Reading Challenge Progress:

1. The Unwords by Unauthor [review]
2. Snow White Blood Red by Cameron Jace [review]
4. Beauty Never Dies by Cameron Jace [review]
5. Ladle Rat Rotten Hut by Cameron Jace [review]
6. Mary Mary Quite Contrary by Cameron Jace [review]
7. Blood Apples by Cameron Jace [review]
8. Once Beauty Twice Beast by Cameron Jace
9. Moon and Madly by Cameron Jace
10. Princess by Courtney Cole
11. Word and Breath by Susannah Noel
12. Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire [review]
13. Dahlia by Christina Channelle [review]
14. Fallen Tears by Christina Channelle [review]
15. Demon Possession by Kiersten Fay
16. Imaginable by J. Meyers [review]
17. Rowan by Christina Channelle [review]
18. A Unique Rabbit by Red Tash
19. Before the Moon Rises by Catherine Bybee*
Total: 19 / 16
*Please note: I’m unsure whether to count this book because she has been published before but this particular book was self-published so?

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