Adopt an Indie has authors left to adopt

About one or two months ago, I got involved in Adopt an Indie, a program designed to get rid of the stigma surrounding self-published authors (or those who publish through small companies). I picked a few books that I would like to read, and eventually I got an email back congratulating me on receiving Five Dances with Death: Dance One by Austin Briggs. I have been in contact with him while reading the book, and I can’t wait to finish and review it for your reading pleasure.

The program still has some authors left that would like to be adopted. If you are interested in receiving a book to read and review, sign up as a reader and pick your top choices! If you want to learn more about it, go to the “About” page and it should answer all of your questions. It is a fantastic program, and a great way to help get rid of the stigma surrounding self-published authors.

http://adoptanindie.bookbagsandcatnaps.com/

You can add a pin to your picture by going to their facebook page! You can add it to any site profile picture.

Other places to check out adoptanindie:

http://www.facebook.com/adoptanindie

https://twitter.com/#!/AdoptAnIndie

Once I finish Five Dances with Death: Dance One and review it, I plan to post it here on my blog, on Amazon.com, on Goodreads.com, and many other places. I also plan to interview the author about the book. So be looking forward to that in the next couple of weeks! If you would like to learn more about Austin Briggs’s book, you can check it out on Amazon.com.

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