Monday, April 28, 2014

A-Z Indie Books: X

T.S. Eliot was right when he said April is the cruelest month. What can be crueler than associating a lovely day like April 28th (which happens to be my birthday) with the toughest letter in the A-Z Challenge, the letter "X"? Fortunately, there are several books with the title of just "X" or "X: Subtitle." After reading the book descriptions and reviews, I decided to feature the "X" by Matt Thompson. Disclosure: I haven't read this book.

Cale is a young man who struggles with an unusual addiction. X. tracks his life through his thoughts and observations. His closest relationships, everything he holds dear, his entire life is put in serious jeopardy. Will the help of an unlikely new friend turn his life around? Or will he crash and burn?

You can find it on Amazon.


  1. Sounds worth checking out. I wonder why it's called "X."?


  2. I've often wondered about a single letter title for a book. Seems so - confident.

  3. Happy birthday!
    I also looked up books starting with X for today's post, and it turns out there are quite a few!

    xx Rachel
    Favorite Book Covers: XVI vs X Isle

  4. I found a book for X too, I have given your blog a shout out from my letter Y today