Indies Introduce

01 Nov

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Adam P. Schmitt

Novel’s Nicole Yasinsky, who served on the panel that selected Schmitt’s book, said Speechless “blew me away.”

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24 Oct
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Sign Up by October 29 to Get Access to Special Offers on Indies Introduce Debuts

Publishers are offering specials on all 20 Indies Introduce debuts, including titles for adults, young adults, and middle grade readers, all publishing between January and May 2019.

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17 Oct
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October 29 Deadline to Sign Up to Take Advantage of Special Offers on Indies Introduce Debuts

Stores should sign up now to gain access to special publisher offers on the 10 adult and 10 children’s debuts selected as part of the Winter/Spring 2019 Indies Introduce program.

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27 Sep

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Nicole Chung

According to Tyler Goodson of Avid Bookshop, in All You Can Ever Know, “Chung shares her story of daughterhood and motherhood with such thoughtfulness and honesty that it feels like a privilege to read.”

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27 Sep
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Take Advantage of Special Publisher Offers on the Winter/Spring Indies Introduce Debuts

Stores should sign up now to gain access to special offers on the 10 adult and 10 children’s debuts selected as part of the Winter/Spring 2019 Indies Introduce program.

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11 Sep

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Ellen Goodlett

“Your heart will race as quickly as your fingers turning the pages of this smart and captivating debut novel,” said Nancy Baenen of Arcadia Books about Ellen Goodlett’s novel Rule.

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10 Sep
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Indie Booksellers Name the 20 Indies Introduce Debut Titles for Winter/Spring 2019

Booksellers can sign up now to take advantage of special publisher offers on the 10 adult and 10 young reader titles chosen by booksellers as the top debuts of the upcoming publishing season.

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27 Aug
Darius the Great Is Not Okay

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Adib Khorram

In Darius the Great Is Not Okay, self-described “fractional Persian” Darius visits Iran for the first time, where he learns more about his family history — and himself — than he ever expected.

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30 Jul

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Sarah Henning

Sarah Henning’s debut young adult novel, Sea Witch, is a retelling of The Little Mermaid from the perspective of the girl who would one day become the witch in the classic tale.

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19 Jul

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Allie Rowbottom

Gibson’s Bookstore owner Michael Herrmann calls Jell-O Girls: A Family History, the debut memoir by Allie Rowbottom and an Indies Introduce Summer/Fall 2018 pick, “dark and deeply personal.”

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17 Jul

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Gabriela Alemán

Gabriela Alemán’s debut, Poso Wells, is “poised to have a longstanding impression on readers for years to come,” said Rebecca George of Volumes Bookcafe.

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09 Jul

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Dervla McTiernan

The Ruin is “a compelling story that spans two decades and multiple mysteries and examines the ways that public servants can provide resources for those in need or fail them utterly — or worse,” said Maryelizabeth Yturralde of Mysterious Galaxy.

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09 Jul
Where the Watermelons Grow by Cindy Baldwin

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Cindy Baldwin

In Where the Watermelons Grow, 12-year-old Della struggles with a baby sister who needs to be kept out of trouble, a mother with schizophrenia, and the drought affecting her father’s watermelon farm.

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27 Jun

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Melinda Beatty

In Beatty’s middle-grade debut fantasy, Heartseeker, Only Fallow has a secret ability to see lies, a power that forces her from provincial life into the service of a king and court she does not trust.

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21 Jun

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Sayaka Murata and Ginny Tapley Takemori

Ely Watson of A Room of One’s Own called Convenience Store Woman “a strong commentary on obsessive work culture” and praised its “calculated, removed prose and unique narrative and characters.”

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