ABC Indie Reading Challenge Begins!

ABC Indie Fiction Challenge 2011 Happy New Year, everyone!

January 1 2011: a day of hangovers, laziness, eating of leftovers, and of course the first day of the reading challenge. Have any of you made any plans yet?

For this challenge, we’ll need to read 24 indie novels in a year, each authored by someone whose surname begins with a different letter of the alphabet. The simplest way to do this is to read two per month.

For the month of January, I’m going to tackle the first two letters of the alphabet. I haven’t yet decided which two novels I’ll read — do you know any indie authors whose surnames begin with A or B that you’d like to recommend?

Right now I’m considering these two free titles:

If you’re having difficulty thinking of titles, check out the reading suggestion list, and feel free to add any recommendations you may have.

Want to take part? It’s never too late to sign up for the indie reading challenge!

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About A.M. Harte

A.M. Harte writes twisted speculative fiction, such as the post-apocalyptic Above Ground and the zombie love anthology Hungry For You. She is excellent at missing deadlines, has long forgotten what ‘free time’ means, and is utterly addicted to chocolate.
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6 Responses to ABC Indie Reading Challenge Begins!

  1. J.C says:

    I didn’t, but I read Alive and Kev today in one sitting. So that’s one down for me! lol thanks :-) good start the year ;-) I’ll do some hunting over the next week and find a few more.

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  3. lilimist says:

    Hey, A, thanks for adding Narcissism to the list back there. ;) I’m not doing the challenge, but for my review blog I’ve got the titles
    Abreu, Karly Noelle – Porcelain: Stories from Clocktown
    Argylle, Michelle Davidson – Cinders
    Bezancon, Alain – The Tear Thief

    The first two (As) I purchased inexpensively for the Kindle store, so a search there will bring them up, and the last is available on feedbooks. HTH!

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