Indie Writer: Elexis Bell

Here’s an indie writer you may want to check out. I said this in my post Indie Writers: why they are worth a try that one of the advantages of reading indie writers is that they fill niche gaps. Elexis Bell is no exception.

She has 2 books out. (Links not monetized)

The Gem of Meruna (under her maiden name–Mullins) This is romantic fantasy. 💕👏. The main character, Kiluna, sets off on a quest to find the mysterious and powerful Gem of Meruna, to save her people from an evil dictator. On the way, she risks more than just her life. She risks her heart. Will she survive and save her people? You’ll have to read the book to find out.


This one is a psychological-thriller-horror(esque) set in a Western. Whaaaat?!?!? The titular character, Annabelle, has been traumatized and brutalized in the old American West. Armed with a seed of evil growing inside her and a weaponized parasol she roams from town to town bringing justice to others that she was once denied. But her brand of justice may come with a cost. Is it time to pay the piper?

Let me know what you think. If you like her stories, be sure to leave her a review! You can find her on Instagram (@elexis_bell).

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3 thoughts on “Indie Writer: Elexis Bell

  1. I recently read Annabelle and I completely agree with you. I could not put the book down until I got to the last page. It was so well written that you were immediately drawn in and couldn’t help but feel every one of the injuries that had been inflicted, not just on Annabelle herself but on all the others as well. Annabelle is young but has strength and wisdom beyond her years. Her quest for justice is driven by a powerful need to protect others and although her methods may not be advisable they are definitely understandable.
    It is well worth a read for just about anybody over the age of 16.

    1. Thank you so much!
      And yes, Annabelle is definitely a 16 and up book, for sure. Lol. It gets pretty graphic, and, while I understand people under 16 see things like this in movies, or experience some of the topics covered first hand, I don’t want emails from angry parents.
      > . <

  2. I have taken far too long to come on here and tell everybody how much I absolutely LOVED Annabelle. Elexis is such a powerful writer and the entire time reading, I stayed at the edge of my seat. Every emotion I could possibly have, I had while reading her book. I highly recommend her work to absolutely anybody.

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