The Grub Street Reads evaluation system is built upon assessing and endorsing those indie novels that possess the foundational components of a good story, including well-developed characters, strong pacing, a well-researched world and a powerful overall voice.
“The Grub Street Reads endorsement is all about discovering and highlighting the best indie books on the market and the talented authors behind them,” said Leslie Ramey, co-owner of Grub Street Reads. “When a reader sees the GSR seal on a book’s cover, they know that they’re in for a good read. After Ten meets this standard, and Michele Shriver is definitely an author to keep an eye on.”
After Ten is a women’s fiction novel about acceptance, forgiveness, the bonds of friendship and the age old question of whether you can truly go home again. Four women, once best friends, have not spoken to each other in ten years. A drunken, decade old promise and a class reunion will bring them together again. What secrets will be revealed? What old wounds will be reopened? Can they part again as friends?
After Ten is available for sale at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords for $2.99. ]Interested readers can also learn more by visiting the Grub Street Reads Endorsed Book library at www.GrubStreetReads/books.
Grub Street Reads seeks to encourage higher readership of indie authors by providing a quality standard for independently published novels. The Grub Street Reads Endorsement is given to those books that pass an evaluation process based on the fundamental qualities of good storytelling. For more information on Grub Street Reads, visit www.GrubStreetReads.com. To see all the novels that have received the Grub Street Reads Endorsement, visit the company’s Endorsed Book Library at www.GrubStreetReads/books.