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01 Jul
August 2020 Indie Next List Flier featuring Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy

The August 2020 Indie Next List Preview

Here are the 20 Indie Next Great Reads and 12 Now in Paperback titles featured on the August 2020 Indie Next List flier.

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01 Jul

The Latest Audiobook News From Libro.fm

In addition to announcing the July monthly bestsellers and advance listening copies for booksellers, Libro.fm has revealed that it raised more than $67,000 for Black-owned bookstores on Juneteenth.

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30 Jun

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Valérie Perrin

Lindsey Bartlett of the former Ellen Plumb’s City Bookstore called Fresh Water for Flowers “a splendid work that will keep readers absorbed to the last page.”

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23 Jun
Nine Shiny Objects by Brian Castleberry

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Brian Castleberry

Brian Castleberry’s debut novel Nine Shiny Objects “is a puzzle worth working out — don’t give up!” said Indies Introduce panelist Kappy Kling of HearthFire Books and Treats.

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17 Jun
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A Q&A With Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Author of July’s #1 Indie Next List Pick

“Creepy and romantic, Mexican Gothic is easily one of my favorite books of 2020,” said Tyrinne Lewis of Rakestraw Books in Danville, California.

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17 Jun

The Latest Audiobook News From Libro.fm

Libro.fm is celebrating Juneteenth, Black-owned bookstores, and Pride this month.

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10 Jun

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Christina Clancy

As the three siblings in The Second Home “struggle to untangle years of hurt, secrets, and betrayal, you ache for them to save their home and themselves,” said Maxwell Gregory of Lake Forest Book Store.

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10 Jun
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Monthly Indie Next List Goes Back to Print

The monthly printed fliers, which were temporarily migrated to digital-only format, will once again be printed and included in monthly box mailings to bookstores.

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10 Jun

Sign Up to Send the Indie Next List E-Newsletter to Your Customers

The June Indie Next List e-newsletter, featuring the month’s 20 titles with bookseller quotes in addition to a Q&A with the #1 pick, was sent to more than 670,956 customers at 171 ABA member stores.

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10 Jun

The Latest Audiobook News From Libro.fm

Libro.fm is offering Stamped From the Beginning for $4.99 for the month of June, promoting a discussion of the title All Boys Aren’t Blue by journalist and LGBTQIA+ activist George M. Johnson, and more.

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09 Jun

Send Your Customers ABA’s Summer Reading Group Guide E-newsletter

Booksellers can sign up to send a series of e-newsletters to customers, with each email featuring a selection of titles by genre. The next crop: coming of age, family ties, and young adult titles.

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03 Jun
The Silence of Bones by June Hur

An Indies Introduce Q&A With June Hur

“I was struck by the depth of this gripping story,” said Tegan Tigani of Queen Anne Book Company about June Hur’s The Silence of Bones. “Let’s hope this is the start of a series.”

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03 Jun
Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Jordan Ifueko

Jackie Jou, formerly of Mysterious Galaxy, called Raybearer “gorgeously written and filled with legends, mystical powers, blood oaths, and curses.”

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03 Jun

Libro.fm’s Current Bestselling Titles

Libro.fm’s current bestseller list includes titles like How to Be an AntiracistWhite FragilityMe and White SupremacyStamped, and more. 

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03 Jun
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Lucy Knisley on Summer Kids’ Indie Next List Pick “Stepping Stones”

“I adore Lucy Knisley, and I’m so excited that she’s sharing her pitch-perfect voice with middle readers in this story inspired by her childhood! Fans of Raina Telgemeier, rejoice!” said Mary Wahlmeier of Raven Book Store.

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