5 Star Golden Reads 2018

This list is not an exclusive list of all the great Indie books out there – or even all the great indie books we have read this year. It is a well-considered recommended reading list of books we have enjoyed in the last twelve months, consciously spanning genres and all books we have given 5 stars in a review.

The main thing is we recommend these books wholeheartedly and if you have yet to read them you should consider doing so if they are in a genre you enjoy.

So, onto the list. This is given in alphabetical order of author name and there is no ranking. All are stonking good reads!

The Working Title Blog 5 Star Golden Reads for 2018

Tales from the SeasideClaire Buss
Little stories with a light touch and an innate sense of pace.

The Nest of NessiesChrys Cymri
Can we have our submarine back, please? Dead merwomen, were-sharks, and missing boats. What could possibly go wrong?

Bad CandyIndia Emerald
Its the sheer imagination that gets you.

Duke Grandfather Saves the WorldJames Maxstadt
Brilliant, moving and funny, about fighting crime in a fantasy city.

In Numina Assaph Mehr
Togas, daggers, magic and an elusive hint of romance.

Whiskey KillsLolli Powell
A fast-paced contemporary whodunit with a very engaging female main character.

Dark in DeathJD Robb
Without spoiling the story, this is a murder mystery with special relevance to novelists everywhere.

5 Minute VacationsCindy Tomamichel
Beautifully relaxing mini-meditations which help to take the stress from your day.

Pirats: A Tale of Mutiny on the High SeasRhian Waller
A wonderful children’s book of daring-do with the heroine of the story being a ship’s rat!

Rafferty Lincoln LovesEmily Williams
An incredibly powerful story of real teenage life and challenges, truly unmissable reading.

And here’s to another year of great reading in 2019!

Jane Jago and E.M. Swift-Hook.

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