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Top 6 Summer Reads for 2014

Boe6tM-IYAARUoL.jpg largeTop 6 Summer Reads for 2014 – The summer has officially started with warm sunshine, patio lounging, park sitting, beach bumming and glorious down-time.  Summertime books are stowed in bike baskets book marked in anticipation of the next page turn. Wondering what to read?  Here are my top 6 summer reads for 2014 to take along with you.  They’re listed in no particular order, and a few of them are novels I can read along with my daughter.  Some books on my list include sequels (which many avid readers can’t live without), some are stand-alone, some include journeys to another land, and some are a journey of acceptance, and one novel (actually trilogy) is being made into a motion picture.  Reading always makes for an enjoyable summer, so grab one or more of my pic of summer reads and let the adventure begin.

Spoiler: Summer reading time could be life-changing.

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Found a book you’re interested in?  Click on the photo in the slider, it will direct you to Amazon for more information:  reviews, about the authors, and pricing of the books.

Happy summer reading everyone, and as always thank you for supporting indie artists!

~Leisa Greene aka Indie It Gal





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About the Author: Leisa Greene’s passions include writing about music, theater, film, food, art, family and friends -- all of which are supported by the community of Missoula and an IV line of dark-roasted iced coffee. She is the English Department’s Administrative Associate of Graduate Admissions at her alma mater, University of Montana; the editor-in-chief of Indie It Press; and the author of a memoir manuscript currently titled EARLY OUT. Her other writing consists of short essays (Brother Townsend and A Jamboree Family), playwriting (The Beckett Syndrome) and screenwriting. “The only regret you will ever have is if you never write it. So, go write it Mom. “ – Dustin Nelson, my son

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  1. A literary mystery/suspense novel of mine just published would be excellent summer reading. Tense but fun. Set in the mountains of northwest Montana. “Everybody Comes to the Red Dog”
    is available at online booksellers for print and all ebook readers, or order it anywhere.

    Then when you’ve read it, Leisa, tell me that it’s a great story and that Scarlett Johansson should play the lead if the rights to film were sold.

    John Herrmann

    • Indie It Gal says:

      John, Thank you for checking out Indie It Press. I see you worked at the U of M back in the 60’s; University of Montana is now my day-job stomping-ground. I’m interested in doing a feature on you and your novel; however, I’m booked out until mid-August, but could put you in sometime around the end of August or early September. What do you think? Leisa

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