5 Indie Authors you should be reading

5 Indie Authors you should be reading

Ernie Howard's Night Portals

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So it is day something the fortyteenth of quarantine. Have you read any good books yet?

If you have or if you haven’t, it might be time to get into one. Find a new favorite author. I got five more for your reading pleasure.

These authors are not in order of badassery. I simply numbered them because my post is always 5 and I’m keeping with tradition. I hope you find one you like. Here’s five more indie authors you should be reading.

Happy Reading My Friend!

5) Benjamin Smith

My book pick: Atlas

4) Ron Starke

My Book Pick: Slab Steele and the Venusian Exchange

3) Anna Rose

My Book Pick: Luci: Rhoades to Hell

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5 Indie Authors you should be reading

5 more indie author’s you should be reading.

Ernie Howard's Night Portals

**DISCLAIMER** Some of the links in this post are affiliate links and I do earn a small commission from them.

I hope this post finds you as well as you can be at this time.

One of the things that helped me through hard times was reading. Reading provided a cheap way to escape when things were not going great in my reality. I would say that you feel the same way.

So, I asked some of my friends if they had any free or lower-priced books that they could let me put up on my blog. And guess what? It was an overwhelming response that left me speechless and humbled.

So in the next few days, maybe even weeks, I’ll be sharing five authors and their books.

Here’s my first five. Stay safe and healthy my friend. Happy Reading!

5) DaKiara

My book pick: Falling in love with Poetry

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Night Portals Boxed set is Free

Night portals Boxed Set is free right now.

Ernie Howard's Night Portals

**DISCLAIMER** Some of the links in this post are affiliate links and I do earn a small commission from them.

I know a few things right now.

I know a lot of people are scared, I know that a lot of people are at home and climbing the walls, and I know that a lot of people are strapped or going to be strapped for cash.

When bad things in my life happened to me I always turned to reading. It took me away for a little while. Books can be your salvation.

So I decided I would put up my Night Portals Boxed Set up for free. Please enjoy the stories. I hope they give you a little bit of adventure and peace in these weird times.

Love you guys,

Ernie

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5 Indie Authors you should be reading

5 authors, you should be reading

Ernie Howard's Night Portals

**DISCLAIMER** Some of the links in this post are affiliate links and I do earn a small commission from them.

It’s Tuesday, and you know… What? What’s that you say? I missed a week? Yes, I did, but it was because I was celebrating the day my youngest son came into this world. He’s seven now and full of beans.

Anywho, these five authors are as good as any I’ve shared here on this blog. From horror to heart, to Science Fiction to set and setting, you will not go wrong with this group of story tellers. Here’s my five picks for this Tuesday.

5) Garek Godrik

My book pick: Dark Revenant: Chronicle Of The Five Book One

4) Charles Barouch

My book pick: Adjacent Fields

3) Terry R. Hill

My book pick: Third Exodus (In the Days of Humans Book 1)

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Short Story Corner: Bus Stop by Ernie Howard & Drought by J.E. Mac

Chris Fried reviews, Bus Stop.

The Indie Athenaeum

Short Story Title: Bus Stop: A Short Story

Author: Ernie Howard

Editor: Jessica West

Publication Date: December 9, 2019

Available on:Amazon as an eBook

Indie Athenaeum Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars


Winter is a teenager looking for revenge after his girlfriend got sexually assaulted by the school bully. Thinking only about his rage, he comes up with a plan to acquire a gun! Will he follow through and succeed?

This story delves into the teenage mind and how eh-bus stopit thinks, demonstrating a depth of humanity and the darkness that lurks underneath it. The true horror of the story is what happens next and how it’s ingeniously resolved with an unexpected twist.

I originally read this short story when it was published in “Tales from the Canyons of the Damned: No. 26“, a collection filled with frightening stories just like this one.

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