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    Michael E. Walston
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    To be frank, a lot of indie books sort of miss the mark they’re shooting for. But there are a lot of gems hidden in the mud.

    For starters, I recommend Traitor by Mark Eller.

    http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/108602

    The first chapter is clumsily written, but the story draws you in and the author found his stride a few chapters later–an editor would have made him rewrite the first chapters, but it’s still an engaging story.

    I also found a really cool story by Zette involving a kitten, an alien test pilot, and a satirical look at internet forums.

    Its title is Sub-Textual Evidence for the Existence of Alien Life and the Extrapolation of Internet Protocols. Ain’t that a mouthfull?

    Unfortunately I can’t download it because Nook for PC just doesn’t work like it should. :angry:

    Here’s a link to its smashwords page, though:

    http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/247184

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    AlexFF
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    Herb Witch and Herb Wife by Elizabeth McCoy

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    Michael E. Walston
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    AlexFF wrote:
    Herb Witch and Herb Wife by Elizabeth McCoy

    I’ll check that out. :)

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