'The' site for readers to find books by Independent Writers

Welcome to the Book Co-Op™ web site where Readers are connected with independently published "Indie Writers" and their works.

This site is the Official Independent Writers' Cooperative web site.

It provides Readers with information on writers who are members of the Independent Writer's Cooperative, inc.  On this site, Readers will find both writer information and book information listed . Books and Writers are both listed by genre for ease in finding the just the right book.  Readers can find where to purchase the quality works of Indie writers by clicking on the links just below the listing. Indie writers usually publish only digital E-books, but many also publish in Paperback as well. All you need to do is search your favorite writer or a book genre to find great reading.

USE THE RAPID BUY LINKS: Every writer and book listing has links that will take you DIRECTLY TO SITES to buy the book in which you are interested. Sites such as 'Amazon', 'Barnes & Noble', 'Smashwords', 'Sony', 'Kobo', and many others provided to us by the writers.


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Donalie Beltran - Dell Brand - Larry Brill - Faith A Colburn - Reynold Conger - L G Craft - John Nicholas DateshFrieda Dryden  - Ron Hull - D C Dan Lee - Kyle L Miller - Marianne Petit - Michele Poague - J E Rogers - Beverly Scofield - Louis P Solomon  - Ray Stone - Grace Tee


The Girl Who Dreamed of Ships

by Beverly Scofield

Young Adult - Adventure

The Girl Who Dreamed of Ships is a 19th century adventure story about Samantha Jones whose dream is to go to sea. She leaves her destitute family to get along with one less mouth to feed, and disguises herself to get a job as cabin boy on one of the last clipper ships. Her friends include Michael, a farm boy whose job she stole; Cookie, her boss and confidant; Barnes whose cryptic attitude keeps her off balance; and the Captain .

Every day Sam comes face to face with consequences of the choices she's made, finding herself plumbing the depths of her emotions to learn her own mind. At each port she meets people whose languages, cultures, and religions are new. At the end of the voyage, she is no longer the naïve city girl named Sam; she is a self-assured world traveler who is already beginning to dream again. E-Book, Paperback and Hard Cover

Available at:    Amazon    Barnes&Noble    Kobo    Xlibris


The Sword of Demelza

By Jeanne E. Rogers

Children's Book

Cynric, King of Demelza, is haunted by his past. In an effort to escape it, he wields a powerful sword, commanding his dragon lizards and a malevolent thylacine, to wreak havoc throughout the realm. Villages are burning and innocent creatures are dying.

Erik and Emma, two young marsupials, and Devon, an orphaned red fox, are on their own personal quests; two to save a life, one to destroy another. When their paths cross, these natural enemies forge an unusual friendship. Soon they hear of the devastation caused by the evil king and they realize that their personal objectives must be put aside. Even though that decision will affect their own lives, and the lives of the ones they love, they are determined to help their fellow creatures. They put themselves at risk by joining a motley crew of animals, whose main objective is to end the reign of King Cynric.

A final battle will take place in the shadow of Fortress Demelza as the king’s forces clash with this rag tag band of creatures from the countryside. The fate of Sunderland and its inhabitants is at stake. E-book and Paperback.

Available at:    Amazon     Createspace