Are you looking for a good read in December?

I haven’t yet decided if I am going to go the traditional or indie publishing route, but I am leaning heavily on self publishing (indie). It’s tough enough just to write a book and then spend countless hours editing and re-editing, proofreading, sending to beta readers, editing again and questioning your sanity all along the way. Indie authors are responsible for their own marketing and advertising as well.

To support Indie Authors in December, here is a list of some books that I thought looked perfect for December reads. I hope you will join me in supporting some of these amazing authors. Also don’t forget that books make awesome Christmas presents for the readers in your life!

Thief by Stephanie Spicer 51aP1hXJtbL

 

Secret Admirer’s Christmas Wish #2 by Dariel Raye  51d32nLAiyL

 

Tasting her Christmas Cookies by Alina Jacobs  51UnM9R7KyL

 

An Heirloom Christmas by Megan Squires  515HA+k+bUL

 

One Complicated Christmas by Mika Jolie  516TayO+XzL

 

Enjoy!

 

 

Published by DJill

Author, Blogger, Animal Lover, Camping Enthusiast, Pinterest Addict

One thought on “Are you looking for a good read in December?

  1. Thanks for the book list, D.
    And I recommend self-publishing all the way. I’ve done it 10 times and help others do it too. But you have to decide what works best for you.
    It’s a long haul going traditional (finding an agent, agent finding a publisher, editing (again), publishing… I’m talking years. (And you have market yourself, even if you go the traditional route.)
    Best of luck!
    Christine Keleny

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