Title: Sunday’s on Squire’s Isle
Author: Geonn Cannon
Category: 16. Read an unknown book, with no more than 100 ratings on any one website
I know there’s those of you who just love your ebooks but I honestly prefer to be able to feel the weight of a book in my hands which is why I either buy my physical books or head to the library. It’s only indie authors that I’ll ever read in eformat. At which time I either borrow my fiancee’s Kobo or end up reading through Kindle or Kobo apps on my phone. I used my phone to read this one reading a little here and there until I finished it.
I really wanted to enjoy this book because it was a great concept. Honestly, I think it would make a much better book if everything was expanded out a little more. Rather than a series of slightly connected short stories we actually got a chance to see the characters progressing more in their lives and goals. The thing that really made it hard for me with this book was that all of the characters sounded kind of the same and I dind’t have much interest in the stories because of it.
You can check this book out for free on Smashwords and honestly, I would encourage all of you to check out books on sites like Smashwords or to give new indie authors a shot because many of them are putting out truly amazing books and deserve our support. I’d love to see more indie books getting recognition so I’ll be placing my focus more on indie books next year than what I have this year (though there will still be plenty of traditionally published books since I’ve got a huge to read list going).
Rating: 3/5 stars