UPON YOUR RETURN is on the top ten chart on Indie Author Land!

UPON YOUR RETURN is on the top ten chart on Indie Author Land! 
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Top 10 Books: Week ending June 21, 2013

Wondering what to read on the beach this summer? Here are the books that have grabbed the interest of other Indie Author Land readers this past week.



Last week


Penpal by Dathan Auerbach
Penpal is a horror story about a man trying to make sense of some traumatic events from his childhood.


The Break Up Recipe by Munir Bello is about the unfortunately named Mark Mutton who gets jilted by his fiancee a month before they are due to wed.


An Essential Guide to Housework for the Uninitiated/Bone Idle: Basic housekeeping skills for husbands/partners and the errant female by K Austin-Jones


Upon Your Return by Marie Lavender.Fara Bellamont gets into a bit of trouble when she finds herself at the harbor at night.  She becomes utterly captivated by a man who rescues her.  His name is Captain Grant Hill.  Of course, they are unsuitable socially.  But, who can listen to society when true love comes into the picture?


Falling Into You by Jasinda Wilder is about a girl who falls in love with her life-long best friend, Kyle, and the affects on her life when Kyle is tragically killed in an accident. It’s about how she deals with the grief and how she eventually learns to let go and move on and find love again.


Imogen – two years and 27 days is an amazing book of photographs of a single model – Imogen – taken by a single photographer, Mark Wilkinson.


The Unraveling Of Bebe Jones by Roje Augustin23-year-old Desiree Washington lands a job with her idol, legendary R&B singer Bebe Jones.  Once a ruling star of show business, Bebe’s glitter is slowly fading, along with her marriage, and quite possibly her mind…


Forever Black by Sandi Lynn Ellery moves to a small apartment in New York in search of a peaceful life. And then she meets millionaire Connor Black…


Wax Dragon by Scott Wyatt  follows Daniel Fisher, who wakes up from a hypnotic delirium to find that the power is out, communication is impossible, and he is almost completely alone in the world. He has survived a sickness that has claimed nearly everyone around him and he is eight hundred miles from home.


Husbands May Come and Go But Friends Are Forever by Judith MarshallElizabeth Reilly-Hayden is a successful executive in her late fifties and a divorced mother of two.  Emotionally armored and living alone, she wants only to maintain the status quo. Yet in a matter of days, the three anchors that have kept her moored are ripped away.