#IndieAuthorWeekUK Showcasing Books by Indie Authors 06

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UK Indie Lit Fest Authors

Happy Tuesday and Happy #IndieAuthorWeekUK Are you enjoying seeing all the wonderful talent of #IndieAuthors spread over social media? We are, but oh my TBR (to be read) list is growing rapidly. Hopefully have that overtime in my July pay packet so I can get myself some brand new printed luscious paperbacks. Oh I can almost smell them now [Sorry I digress LOL]

Saturday 28/07/2018 is the FREE Book Event that is the #UKIndieLitFest to be held at Kala Sangam in Bradford. Click the logo below for more info. We are all very excited and soon we will have programs printed of the events of the day with lots of readings, workshops live video feed from across the globe and much more. ALL Family Friendly and FREE.

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Today’s Indie Books

The Music of the Cosmos by Carole Bulewski

“We must discover the Music of the Cosmos”. With these words, visionary, depraved and intensely artistic Gaius piques the curiosity of Sam and his friends, young lads from Kent who have come to Swinging Sixties London in search of musical success.

To further their quest for the otherworldly Music of the Cosmos, the boys leave London for Paris, and experiment with the help of psychotropic drugs designed by a mysterious patron whom only Gaius has ever met. While travelling through rural France to escape the madness of the May 1968 revolution, events take a turn for the tragic – and the supernatural.

Dead Normal by DM Singh


“My name is Amanda and at the ripe age of 23 I’m dead. I got the biggest shock of my after-life, when I discovered that what I thought was a near-death experience was just…death. What could be weirder than that you say? I just met death and his name is Derek.” Amanda discovers that in order to move on, she must experience the things she never did while alive, Accompanied by her very own Grim Reaper

James: Witch-Hunter by K.S. Marsden

~Prequel to the Witch-Hunter trilogy~

James Bennett is a Yorkshire lad, making the big move to Oxford to start university.
His ambitions involve getting a good education; impressing the Rugby Club; and not throttling his roommate. All perfectly normal drama, until Hallowe’en.

A girl’s murder throws James into the dangerous world of witches, and those that hunt them.



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8 thoughts on “#IndieAuthorWeekUK Showcasing Books by Indie Authors 06

  1. The author of ‘The Music of the Cosmos’ is one I am looking forward to meeting at the Lit Fest. I already love the books of DM Singh and I’m a MASSIVE fan of ‘The Witch-Hunter Series’ James being my favourite by K.S. Marsden Very Highly Recommended

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