I have read many great e-books over the past three months and have enjoyed each, and every one thoroughly, but, for many different reasons. I will spotlight the fourteen e-books which I found to be the best in my opinion and, in saying this, it is never, never an easy decision, as there is so much great material to choose from, and this makes it even more challenging.
I was originally planning to showcase only five books, but, the quality was so high that I could not help, in all fairness, but to extend the coverage to more e-books. To find out more information about each e-book, they can be clicked through on their covers, which leads to their entries on Smashwords. So, here it goes, my favorite e-books read from January to March, 2012!
*THE CALL, by Merrill Gemus, best humorous teen romance short story.
*MAX’S EYES, by Christopher Kneipp, best fantasy short story.
*THE STRANGE CASE OF A MIND SHIFT, by Frank Marcopolos, best non-fiction self-realization essay.
*A POND IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE, by Bernard Fancher, best teen love short story.
*ALL NIGHT LONG, I REMEMBER YOU, by Rona Go, best tragic love story.
*GOING HOME AND OTHER STORIES, by Sylvia Morice, best humorous short story anthology.
*VETERAN OF A THOUSAND BATTLES, by Algor X. Dennison, best satire.
*TOWARD THE SKY, by LK Hunsaker, best mature male-female love story/romance.
*THE BOOK CLUB, by Maureen Mullis, best women’s fiction short story.
*ONLY IN MY MEMORIES, by Lynette Ferreira, best paranormal romance short story.
*AFTERGLOW, by Ned Johnson, best literary short story.
*SHENANDOAH, by CE Wills, best Civil War-themed romance short story.
*THE GARDEN, by Tyra Masters-Heinrichs, best thriller-suspense story.
*A LETTER FROM JOHN: A REVELATION, by Andy Wilkinson: best religious-themed short story.
I hope you enjoyed my round-up of my favorite books from January to March, 2012.