05 Oct
Maggie Horne, author of Hazel Hill is Gonna Win This One

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Maggie Horne

“Hazel is funny, smart, insecure, and ultimately, brave. My nerdy, introverted, middle school self needed a book like this. A book that shows that it’s not ok for girls to be treated like their bodies are a distraction and something they should have to apologize for,” said Melissa Taylor of E. Shaver, Bookseller in Savannah, Georgia.

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05 Oct
Specialty Bestseller Lists – Manga and Graphic Novels

The Indie Comic & Graphic Specialty Bestseller List

Here is the Comics & Graphic Works List, now including the Manga Bestseller List, based on sales at independent bookstores nationwide for the eight-week period ending October 2, 2022.

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28 Sep
Laura Krantz, author of The Search for Sasquatch

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Laura Krantz

“Presented with great illustrations, digestible science-based breakdowns, and — of course — spooky stories, this page-turner is bound to be a hit with any young nature lover, science fan, and adventurous reader you know,” said Ernio Hernandez of River Bend Bookshop in Glastonbury, Connecticut.

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28 Sep
Celeste Ng, author of Our Missing Hearts

A Q&A With Celeste Ng, Author of October Indie Next List Top Pick “Our Missing Hearts”

"Ng wrestles with how to find hope for ourselves and our children against forces that bend toward authoritarianism and nationalism," said Allyson Howard of Invitation Bookshop in Gig Harbor, Washington.

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21 Sep
Fairy Tale by Stephen King

The Indie SciFi/Fantasy Bestseller List

Here is the Indie SciFi/Fantasy Bestseller List, based on sales at independent bookstores nationwide for the eight-week period ending September 18, 2022.  

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