--- In ebook-community@y..., "Daniel P. B. Smith" <dpbsmith@w...>
> People in this newsgroup assert that the indie publishers have all
> of wonderful stuff. But when I recently challenged the group to
> recommend indie books that a) they PERSONALLY liked, and b) had NO
> self-serving connection with (i.e. they hadn't personally written or
> published the titles they were recommending), I got no takers.
> have better luck. I won't mention the indie titles I was
> in; I felt that the ones I tried were perfectly respectable in
> professionalism and value-for-the-money, they just didn't happen to
> my dish of tea.
I know these two sites are a little obvious, but seeing as no one
else mentioned them to you, here goes:
Ebooks'n'bytes has been one of my favourite sites for quite a while.
Eva has recently re-worked her website. It is packed with good stuff
to read. There are fiction and non-fiction titles available.
Here is the URL: http://www.ebooksnbytes.com
kdhbooks is another site with lots of content. I found this one after
talking with someone on another forum. They have a directory of
titles in various genres. I'm sure there must be something that
is 'your saucer of tea'
Ebook Heaven is my own site, and before you slam me for trying to
toot my own trumpet, I'm not talking about my own ebooks! I have a
directory on site where authors can promote their work. There are
hundreds of authors with personal websites out there. Quite a few
(including one or two big sites) have added titles to the directory.
Mark E. Cooper