I told my boss on Friday that I had self published my middle grade fantasy novel a few years ago, and it turns out that he loves Indie books!!! Any recommendations that I can send his way? He loves sci-fi/ fantasy. #indieauthors #books
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The Bear Was Not There
by Joel SpriggsWhat began as a routine task of finding a treasured stuffed koala for his daughter, quickly turned into an adventure for one father. Along with a talking pet cat, he must follow the koala's trail to encounter werewolves, pixies, aliens, and more to achieve his original goal: getting his children to sleep. If you enjoy wild adventure, poorly drawn post-it notes, sci-fi, and fantasy all blended together, then you'll love this fantastical journey. Buy The Bear Was Not There to start the madcap wondrous adventure today!
by M. G. HaynesA U.S. Special Forces team, code-named Reaper, is hunting insurgent leaders in the mountains of Eastern Afghanistan when it discovers an ancient artifact. Revered by the local tribes in myth and legend, the relic disappeared from sight two thousand years ago. The Pashtuns call it "Persian Blood" and ownership bestows the mantle of legitimate and undisputable leadership upon its owner. A prize worth fighting for. A prize worth killing for. The harsh winter storm provides a rare opportunity and the local tribe risks everything to possess the relic, with Reaper caught in the middle, neither understanding why they are being attacked nor how they can escape the trap. Betrayed by one of their own, out of water, and running low on ammunition, the team is first hounded, then besieged, and only true understanding of what it is they carry will see them through this mission alive. The war in Afghanistan has always been complicated. It's just become even more so.