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Sunday, June 4, 2017

#SundayMorning News at #ReadingIndie June 2017 - Happy Launch Day!

Thank you all for joining us here at Reading Indie for our Launch Day. 
Readers, tell us what you like to read and what you hope to see from us.
Writers and bloggers, say hi and let us know who you are.

A big shout out to  Into the LabyrinthRamblings of an Author, and Dee-Scoveries for helping us spread the word today. Be sure to check them out as well. 

Mark Your Calendars

New Release Tuesday will be on: June 6, 2017

Author Talks space availableJune 8, 2017

First Impressions with, Mackenzie Flohr, will be: June 13, 2017

Short Story Time blog hop about A day at the beach, will be: June 15, 2017. There's still time to sign up. Don't forget to vote for the winner.

Recommended Reading will feature Dads and Fresh Start themes on: June 20, 2017. There's still time to sign up.

First Impressions space available: June 22, 2017

Author Talks space availableJune 27, 2017

Thursday Theme, Mysterious Characters, will be: June 29, 2017. There's still time to sign up. Don't forget to vote for the winner.
Be sure to stop by your page and see what events are coming up and who has ARCs available.

Don't forget to visit your page either; submissions are always open for promotional opportunities.

Thank you for your support. Be sure to link up on your page.

Did you know? Timothy Bateson
Alaska has the highest number of authors per capita of any US state.
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Be sure to enter our monthly giveaway on the side panel. See the prize here

Who or what are you most excited about this month?


  1. That sounds like a great schedule. Happy launch day!

  2. This sounds cool. Personally love Paranormal Romance and Romance. I write PNR, YA Romance, and Reverse Harem. Good to find a new source for Indie Books

    1. Thanks for stopping by. Sounds like you've got PNR on the brain... I like it. I too enjoy paranormal.

  3. Alaska? Really? Well, there are those long, long days, so it's a perfect place to be a productive writer.

    1. I agree. I don't think I'd want to live there year round, but I bet a writing retreat there would be so productive.

  4. I am happy to be part of this. :) Looking forward to everything!

  5. Welcome! Keep up the good work you are starting out on!


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