Top Kindle Indie Authors Worth Following

As a followup to my blog post for VivMag.com, about why women over 30 write better eBooks, here’s a list of the top female indie Authors worth following on Twitter, and definitely worth reading.

I was fascinated with how each of these women market themselves. Some have many books, others have very few. Some are wild about Twitter, and some are not. They use tools like video and podcasting to help get their eBooks out there. Their pricing is all over the map. And if you follow each of them carefully, you’ll learn more about their writing style, their attitudes about their business, and how that plays into their success.

In no particular order…

EL James

( https://twitter.com/E_L_James/)

Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades Darker

Fifty Shades Freed

Karen McQuestion

(https://twitter.com/KarenMcQuestion)

The Long Way Home

A Scattered Life

Easily Amused

Click here to see all of Karen McQuestion’s Kindle eBooks

Ruth Cardello

 (https://twitter.com/ruthiecardello)

Maid for the Billionaire

For Love or Legacy

Bedding the Billionaire

Jamie McGuire

(https://twitter.com/jamiemcguire_)

Beautiful Disaster

Providence

Requiem

Click here to see all of Jamie McGuire’s Kindle eBooks.

 

Tammara Webber

(https://twitter.com/TammaraWebber)

Easy

Where You Are

Good For You

 

Colleen Hoover

 (https://twitter.com/colleenhoover)

Slammed

Point of Retreat

 

Zoe Winters

 (https://twitter.com/zoewinters)

Blood Lust

Save My Soul

The Catalyst

 

Erin Kern

 (https://twitter.com/erinkern04)

Here Comes Trouble

Looking For Trouble

 

CJ Lyons

 (https://twitter.com/cjlyonswriter)

Nerves of Steel

Sleight of Hand

Face to Face

Click here to see all of CJ Lyons’ Kindle eBooks.

 

One thought on “Top Kindle Indie Authors Worth Following

  1. Emma Fitzgerald says:

    I loved Ruth Cardello’s Maid for the Billionaire. The rest of the series has been wonderful too!

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