BTW Articles

24 Feb

An Indies Introduce New Voices/Indies Next List Q&A With Leslye Walton

Walton’s eloquent debut YA novel, The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender, about a girl with speckled wings and a heritage of love, loss, and magic has been called “timeless, beautiful, and perfect for lovers of magical realism” by bookseller Melissa Fox of Watermark Books and Café.

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17 Jun

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Kelly Loy Gilbert

Kelly Loy Gilbert is the author of Conviction, a Spring 2015 Indies Introduce title for young adults. Jill Hendrix of Fiction Addiction said the book is one she would “highly recommend for both adults and teens.” 

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14 Jul

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Cassie Beasley

Cassie Beasley is the author of Circus Mirandus, a Summer/Fall 2015 Indies Introduce title for middle grade readers. “Thrilling performances, exotic animals, and the constant promise of surprise make circuses seem magical. In Circus Mirandus, the magic isn’t an illusion, but rather very real — and astounding!” said Christopher Rose of Andover Bookstore.

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09 Jun

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Déborah Lévy-Bertherat

Déborah Lévy-Bertherat is the author of The Travels of Daniel Ascher, a Spring 2015 Indies Introduce title for adults. Lyn Roberts of Square Books called the debut “rich, multilayered, and moving.”

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21 May

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Kelly Jones

Kelly Jones is the author of Unusual Chickens for the Exceptional Poultry Farmer, a Spring 2015 Indies Introduce debut title for middle-grade readers. Tegan Tigani of Queen Anne Book Company said this Summer Kids’ Indie Next List pick was “sweet and funny, with a touch of magic and tons of chickens!”

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13 May

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Leslie Parry

Leslie Parry is the author of Church of Marvels (Ecco), a Spring 2015 Indies Introduce debut novel for adults. “Church of Marvels is in the same realm as The Night Circus and you will not be disappointed whatsoever with this fabulous work of debut fiction,” said Annie Philbrick of Bank Square Books.

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08 May

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Sabaa Tahir

Sabaa Tahir is the author of An Ember in the Ashes, a Spring 2015 Indies Introduce title for young adults. “The world-making here is astounding and will consume your every thought until the very last page — and even then you won’t want to let go,” said Sarah Chen of Mysterious Galaxy.

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06 May

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Robin Stevens

Robin Stevens is the author of the Spring 2015 Indies Introduce debut novel for middle grade readers Murder Is Bad Manners. “I loved this book for its utterly relatable characters, its enticing narrative voice, and pitch-perfect representation of an all-girls school social dynamic,” said Maggie Tokuda-Hall, formerly of Books Inc.

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15 Apr

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Lance Rubin

Lance Rubin is the author of Denton Little’s Deathdate, a Spring 2015 Indies Introduce novel for young adults. Cristin Stickles of McNally Jackson Books called the debut “a truly original and fantastic conceit.”

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09 Apr

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Tommy Wallach

Tommy Wallach is the author of We All Looked Up, a Spring 2015 Indies Introduce debut young adult novel. The story is “a twist on the apocalyptic novel,” said Sarah Chen of Mysterious Galaxy, and filled with “gorgeous writing that evokes emotion and depth.”

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