I'm going to post a list of my favorites below, just so people know about 'em.
The Indie vista is becoming a bit cluttered these days if you check out Kindle Store, Smashwords, iBooks or any number of other amalgamated independent book sites. Special indie book websites are one way of getting direction about what is worth checking out and where the deals are (many of these sites have postings on "Free Books" that indie authors offer).
What's most clear to me these days is that the standard approach to book buying used to be a sort of passive "maybe I'll go to the bookstore on Saturday morning"approach to things. The new digital world of books, coupled with the demise of Borders and other big box stores, means that readers need to be a bit more active. You now have the option to say to yourself, "maybe I'll sit in my bathrobe with a second cup of coffee after reading the paper on Saturday morning and check out some books online." You may be sitting on your ass before taking a shower, but you're actually required to be more active than when you used to just saunter into Borders or Barnes & Noble letting their table and shelf displays catch your eye.
When you add the Indie concept into this equation, it gets even more complicated. That's what these independent book sites are all about. And that's why you want to know about them. You can spend $12.99 on a new bestseller, or you can spend $2.99 on a first novel by an independent author. In either case it's a crap shoot. Indie sites help with that ... and help you save money.
A Knife and A Quill
Pixel of Ink
Digital Book Today
Kindle Nation Daily
World Literary Cafe
More in few days on book bloggers and other review platforms. Remember, too, there are probably two or three dozen undiscovered Fifty Shades of Grey out there. You just need to find 'em.
And, for what it's worth, remember that Beyond the Will of God is waiting for you to buy it and read it. You can get it as a paperback or as a Kindle e-book.