Today's featured books include great examples of the kind of varied work coming out of the indie publishing world: Flowers by Night, "a touching journey of life and love in 19th Century Japan"; The Gopher King, a dark comedy described as a cross between Caddyshack and Apocalypse Now; The Place of Broken Things, surrealistic poetry from two Bram Stoker Award winners; Twelve Stories for Spring, a collection of short stories to get you ready for the coming season; Beloved Daughter, an LGBTQ fantasy set in Medieval times; Falling for Your Fake Fiancé, a romantic comedy following twentysomethings and their dating disasters; and more. See today's newsletter and our Booklovers page for these and more.
Coming Soon: Watch for a special Fantasy Edition of LitNuts on March 25, which is Tolkien Reading Day—the date that the Ring was destroyed, completing Frodo's quest.
"Not all those who wander are lost." —J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring