5 Star Golden Reads 2021

It’s that time of year again when we at the Working Title reveal our top ten best reads of the year.

Please bear in mind that 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 really enjoyed in the last twelve months, consciously spanning genres and including non-fiction too.

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 2020

Instinct Theory – Annihilate by Ian Bristow

The stunning conclusion of this first contact sci-fi duology

The Silk Thief by Claire Buss

A welcome return to Roshaven where a world of magic and ambition, where the good guys have their backs against the wall and the bad guys are as bad as they can be.

What She Said by A. M. Leibowitz

A warm-hearted collection of stories about relationships between women, with life lessons for us all.

Duke Grandfather Unleashes Hell by James Maxstadt

A fast, funny, fantasy which is clever and very well written.

Adam’s Witness by J.C. Paulson

A a not-quite-cozy police procedural murder mystery

30 Organizing Tips for Writers by Cindy Tomamichel

The answer to the prayers of every indie author who feels overwhelmed by the job.

The Golden Key by Cathleen Townsend

An incredibly potent and poignant short read set in the brutality of WW1, but leavened by love and hope.

The Cursed Titans by Ricardo Victoria

The second science fantasy Tempest Blades book, for those who love superheroes, manga and anime.

Tallis Steelyard. A Fear of Heights by Jim Webster

Tallis Steelyard, Maljie and a balloon. What could possibly go wrong?

Return to Arms by E.A. Wickland

A sci-fi adventure with a fabulous space battle in which our hero gallops from disaster to disaster with properly heroic success.

Hope you will take the time to check out some of these and here’s to another year of great reading in 2022!

Jane Jago and E.M. Swift-Hook.

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