Saturday, July 9, 2011

And we have our winner annoucement!  Apologies for the delay, but we needed to contact the winners before making this annoucement.


Congratulations to our Winners!

Grand Prize

Lilibeth R.

First Place


Second Place

Amy E.

Third Place

Grace H.



Stay Tuned!

Another exciting contest starts in November. If you stay subscribed, you will be automatically entered!

Special thanks to our authors!

Angela Fristoe
Debi Faulkner
Peneolpe Fletcher
Sybil Nelson
Courtney Vail
Carey Corp
Amanda Brice
Ashley Girardi
Holly Hook
Leslie DuBois
MJA Ware
Tracy Marchini
Michelle Scott
Tela Wallen
Kat Brookes
Katherine Pine
Kimberly Spencer
Dave Conifer

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Book of the Day: Priscilla the Great by Sybil Nelson

If you thought your middle school was awkward and traumatic, try going through it with fire shooting out of your fingers.

Only $2.99 from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Book of the Day is: Songbird by Angela Fristoe

After witnessing her brother's murder, Dani Mays bounced between her alcoholic mother and foster homes until she found a permanent place. And a reason to want to stay: Reece Tyler. He's her best friend, yet Dani wants more from him. Faced with losing Reece, Dani struggles to escape her memories.

$2.99 here: (Kindle)

Also available from Barnes & Noble and Smashwords.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Book of the Day: Demon Day by Penelope Fletcher

Grieving the death of her friend at the hand of dark magics, Rae is full of hate and vengeance. Tracking Devlin and his followers across demon territory, she is forced to turn to the local shifter pack for help. Tricked into rescuing the Pack AlphaĆ¢'s daughters from the Temple, she learns there really is no place more dangerous than home.
$2.99 here:

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Book of the Day: Monster Mashup - Spooky Short Story Omnibus by MJA Ware

Monsters, magic, goblins, zombies, and more. Be prepared to sleep with the lights on. This collection of short stories will have you looking over your shoulder, avoiding mirrors, and jumping at the slightest sound. No gore or cursing here, just good ol' spine-chilling fun!
$1.79 here:

Friday, June 24, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Book of the Day: Summoning by Debi Faulkner

Summoning is based on a "true" Irish witch story in which an evil vicar sells not only his soul but also that of his young servant girl, Meredith, to the devil, and it is up to her to save herself - and those she loves - from the deal.

$2.99 here:

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day is Through the Eyes of a Geek by Kat Brookes

Though Ryan Matthews was the cool kid in school, it didn't get him into Heaven. He must go back and make a difference in someone's life. But that someone is Zachary Adams, his old classmate and the world's biggest geek. Will Ryan earn his wings or will he remain a hopelessly fallen angel?

$2.99 Buy now here: (Kindle)

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day is Wayward by Ashley Girardi

Teenager Hex Wayward shouldn't have a care in the world, racing motocycles for extra cash and living without parents or rules. But Hex has a secret. The dark creatures who've come to claim the terrible magic inside her won't let anything stand in their way. Refusing her powers will leave her defenseless but the alternative is much worse. Hex has to make a choice: save her life or save her soul.
$0.99  here:

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

The Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day is Paint World The Dragon's Orb by Tela Wallen
If they paint it they are able to walk right into it; if they draw it, it becomes a reality that can decorate a whole room; and, if they cook it, it's so mouth watering that you can't get enough. Three amazing brothers find they are part of a new and exciting magical world called Paint World. To rescue their parents, they must work to help a newly turned vampire, Tempest.
Get it $2.99 from

Monday, June 20, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Book of the Day: Hot Ticket by Tracy Marchini

In this hysterical romp through the sixth grade, Juliet Robinson has to stop the ticket dispenser before she's officially the most unpopular girl in all of John Jay Jr. High.

Buy now from Amazon, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords for $2.99

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Book of the Day: Shimmerspell by Kimberly Spencer

Jensen Meadows gets caught in the middle of an ancient faerie war and quickly learns that faeries aren't made of sparkly goodness. With Liam Casey's help, she begins to suspect that her whole life has been a lie. But what if the truth is more than she can handle?

Only $0.99 Here:
Barnes and Noble

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Book of the Day is Codename: Dancer by Amanda Brice

Aspiring ballerina Dani Spevak is thrilled when hit TV show Teen Celebrity Dance Off comes to the campus of her performing arts boarding school. She trades the barre for the ballroom and gets set to cha-cha-cha to stardom with Hollywood wonderboy Nick Galliano.

At first their partnership is awkward, because Dani is in awe of her longtime teen idol crush. But soon their chemistry is heating up the dance floor and the attraction moves into real life.

Her excitement is short-lived, because someone wants her off the show. Bombs, poisoning, arson… Will Dani’s 15 minutes of fame be over before she reaches age 15? Dani and her friends are suddenly at the center of some serious sabotage. And if she doesn’t find out who is behind it, her next pirouette could be her last.

It’s like Nancy Drew in toe shoes in this light-hearted tween mystery, a finalist for Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart® Award for Best Young Adult Romance.

Get it for $1.99:
Barnes and Noble

Friday, June 17, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of Day

Book of the Day: Tempest by Holly Hook

Janelle never thought the spiral birthmark on her arm meant anything. Until she sees Gary materialize out of a hurricane - with a mark just like hers, and learning the truth about herself is only the start of her nightmare. Buy from Amazon, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, Sony, Smashwords.
Only $0.99 here:

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Kindle Indiependence Book of the Day

Book of the Day: After Eden by Katherine Pine

When an angel kidnaps Devi's twin brother, the only person who can get him back is a demon--if she is willing to pay his price.

Buy now for 99 cents:

Barnes & Noble

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Kindle Indiependence eBook of the Day

The Kindle Indiependence eBook of the day is eBully by Dave Conifer.

Vice Principal Steve Lukather is desperate. Just like last year, an internet bully is terrorizing one of his students at Lakeland Middle School. Last time it ended badly when the victim was found with two slashed wrists after an attempted suicide. This year, after a series of nasty computer messages and an indiscreet photograph of Carly Gillette spread through the student body Lukather knows it's happening again. This time he's determined to stop the bully in his tracks before Gillette ends up reaching for a razor blade.

Thirteen-year-old Scott Halifax has a juvy rap sheet that could peel wallpaper but he's just what Lukather needs -- a street-smart, tech-savvy kid with no roots. Lukather makes a deal with Halifax: go undercover as a student at Lakeland and nail the bully in return for a ticket out of the County Detention Center and a clean slate.

Once he's in at Lakeland Halifax teams up with Tom Seidel, the nerdy kid that everyone loves to hate. It isn't long before Scott, Tom and Carly’s best friend Lisa are working together. It takes a lot of hard work, some sly computer sleuthing and a little dumb luck before they expose the bully. And it’s the last person that anybody would have suspected.

eBully draws on recent headlines about cyber-bullying, including the need to update harassment and stalking laws to reflect new technologies.

Get it here for only 99 cents:

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Book of the Day: The Queen Bee of Bridgeton by Leslie DuBois

When fifteen-year-old Sonya Garrison is accepted into the prestigious Bridgeton Academy, she soon discovers that rich girls are just as dangerous as the thugs in her home of Venton Heights. Maybe more so. After catching the eye of the star, white basketball player and unwittingly becoming the most popular girl in school, she earns the hatred of the three most ruthless and vindictive girls at Bridgeton. Can she defeat the reigning high school royalty? Or will they succeed in ruining her lifelong dream of becoming a world class dancer?

eBook $0.99 here:



Monday, June 13, 2011

eBook of the Day #1:

The Kindle Indiependence Book of the day is Uncommon Magic by Michelle Scott.

In Mira Meadowmarsh’s world, Magicians have complete control over ordinary people like herself. Magicians rule with iron fists, levying taxes, seizing property, and meting out harsh punishment to those who break the rules. But while the un-magical commons cannot defend themselves against the Magician’s magic, there is one thing that Magicians fear: inventions. So when rumors spread that the un-magical are building machines and planning an uprising, the Magicians retaliate with even harsher laws.

At first, all of this means nothing to Mira who doesn’t give a fig about politics. She’s in love, and life is sweet. But when she discovers that her brother is an inventor who’s suddenly the most wanted man in the country and that the boy she loves, her companion since childhood, is really a Magician, Mira finds herself in the middle of a brewing revolution.

eBook is $0.99, available here:


Monday, June 6, 2011

213 Entries So Far!

We're excited to announce that, in our first week running the Kindle Indiependence Giveaway, we have already gotten 213 entries to the contest, and that only includes those who have signed up at our main website.

That doesn't even include Facebook likes and Twitter messages, which can gain all entrants extra entries into the contest.

You can still Like us on Facebook, which will get you one extra entry. You can also Like a particpating author's Facebook page. See our main website for more details.

How about leaving a comment on our blog? You can also write about us in your personal blog, then contact us for 5 additional entries.

And don't forget Twitter! Here's some sample tweets you can send:

Want a free kindle? Sign up for Kindle INDIEpendence day!

Win a free kindle along with 17 free books!

Visit the Kindle INDIEpendence Day blog to learn more ways to win a free kindle.

#KindleINDIEpendence win a free kindle! Details here:

Friday, June 3, 2011

A special thanks to Sybil Nelson

A special thanks to Sybil Nelson, who came up with the idea for the Kindle Indiependence Contest.
Sybil is the author of Priscilla the Great, a Middle Grade novel available on and for 99 cents to $2.99, depending on vendor.  Priscilla currently has a 5 star average on both vendors.  If you have already entered the KindeIndiependence contest, checking out her book (or any of the participating eBooks) and writing an honest review on or Goodreads will get you up to 20 extra entries in the contest!

You can find Priscilla the Great here:

Book Description:

If you think your middle school years are awkward and traumatic, try going through them with fire shooting out of your fingers!

Hey, I’m Priscilla and all I want is to be a normal seventh grader. That’s hard enough with an older brother annoyingly obsessed with Christina Aguilera, mischievous baby twin brothers who could scare the sin off of Satan, and parents more puzzling than a Rubik’s cube in the Bermuda triangle.

But when psycho, genetically enhanced assassins start trying to kill me and my family, being normal is downright impossible.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

And So We Begin...

We are happy to announce that the Kindle Indiependence Giveaway has now started!

For more information (and to enter) visit our main page at:

Contest info, including how to enter and gain addtional entries, as well as additional, legal info, can be found on the Contest Info tab at the top of this page.

Be sure to keep following our blog, as we will be announcing our Facebook page, interviews on blogs, and other cool things. 

Friday, May 20, 2011

Save the Date!

Does your kid love your Kindle as much as you do and won’t leave it alone?

Is he or she borrowing it so much that you’ve sent out a search party?

Would you really, really like your kid to have their own Kindle so you can have yours back, but you don’t want to drop another hundred bucks (or more) in this lousy economy?

Look no further, because starting on June 1, 2011, twenty independent Young Adult and Middle Grade authors will host a contest to give away a free Kindle! Not only that, but it’s a free Kindle loaded with all the top independent Young Adult and Middle Grade titles from a variety of genres. And, while not confirmed yet, entries may also be obtained by reading participating authors’ books and leaving honest customer reviews on or Goodreads.

This is an event celebrating YA and MG independent authors and the love of reading. In order to enter, participants can register at the official INDIEpendence Day website, found
HERE. Additional entries can be obtained by Tweeting about the event, and ‘Liking’ the event on its FaceBook page.

NOTE: The contest is not officially open yet, and the contest website is under construction.

The contest opens on June 1, 2011, with the winner to be announced on July 4, 2011.


Grand Prize: 1 FREE Kindle with all authors' books loaded on to it.

First Place: 1 FREE copy of each eBook

Second Place: 10 FREE eBooks of their choice

Third place: 5 FREE eBooks of their choice

This blog will be updated frequently with contest updates, so check back often!