My Favorite E-books Read From April to June 2012: Part One

Today I have the pleasure of presenting to you those e-books which I found to be the best I have read in the period April to June, 2012. As with my other previous three-monthly round-up of favorite e-books, I was in the extremely happy (and difficult) position of choosing these e-books, as there was a mind-boggling array of quality stories, and I could not, in all fairness, tighten the list even more than I have this time around. For convenience of reading, I will present this blog post in two parts, one today, and one tomorrow. You can click on the book cover for the link to its Smashwords entry, and for further information about the book. So, here it goes, part one of my favorite e-books from April to June, 2012!

*THE LONG ROAD HOME, by Meghan Zeb, best self-discovery short story:

THE LONG ROAD HOME by Meghan Zeb

*DIGITAL MANIPULATION, by Alessia Brio, best erotic short story:

DIGITAL MANIPULATION by Alessia Brio

*SECRETS OF THE FOREST, by Elsha Hawk, best fantasy short story:

SECRETS OF THE FOREST by Elsha Hawk

*THE SUBURBANITES, by Russ Durbin, best marital satire short story:

THE SUBURBANITES by Russ Durbin

*FALLING, by Bernard Fancher, best mystery short story:

FALLING by Bernard Fancher

*THE WINDOW, by Sasha Gabriel, best paranormal short story:

THE WINDOW by Sasha Gabriel

*INTERLUDE, by Rona Go, best romance/character study short story:

INTERLUDE by Rona Go

*FROZEN DINNER, by Andre Farant, best horror short story:

FROZEN DINNER by Andre Farant

*THE REUNION, by Raven de Hart, best contemporary male-male short story:

THE REUNION by Raven de Hart

*THE BURDEN, by Ryan King, best suspense/character study short story:

THE BURDEN by Ryan King

*PETRE AND ANNA, by M.M. Wake, best Russian-themed drama short story:

PETRE AND ANNA by M.M. Wake

*PLACE OF MY DREAMS, by Laurel C Kriegler, best romantic fantasy short story:

PLACE OF MY DREAMS by Laurel C Kriegler

 *WOULD YOU REMEMBER ME, by Lynette Ferreira, best young adult social issue themed short story:

WOULD YOU REMEMBER ME by Lynette Ferreira

*THE LEAVES OF DEPARTURE, by Tony Acree, best family-relationship themed short story:

LEAVES OF DEPARTURE by Tony Acree

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12 thoughts on “My Favorite E-books Read From April to June 2012: Part One

  1. You’re welcome, I enjoyed visiting your blog. Thank you for the compliment about my blog, much appreciated, glad you like it. I generally focus on Indie authors, but don’t discriminate in this arena – for me, a great book is a great book, either if it’s indie, or it isn’t, the story’s the thing.

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