Indies Introduce Interview

28 May
Indies Introduce author Ly Tran

An Indies Introduce Q&A with Ly Tran

"Though filled with struggle and pain, House of Sticks manages to glide on wings of hope and possibility," said Carrie Koepke of Skylark Bookshop.

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25 May
The Wolf and the Woodsman by Ava Reid

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Ava Reid

“I was deeply impressed with this fantasy novel and its connections with Hungarian and Jewish mythology and folklore," said Olivia Edmunds-Diez of Boulder Book Store.

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20 May
Catch the Rabbit by Lana

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Lana Bastašić

Chris Lee of Boswell Book Company said of Catch The Rabbit, "It’s a story of how a person can misunderstand her friend and herself and then be completely wrecked and rebuilt as she grows to a new understanding of her world. Prepare to be split in two.”

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20 May
The Passing Playbook by Isaac

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Isaac Fitzsimons

On The Passing Playbook, Brien Lopez of Children's Book World said, “Isaac Fitzsimons has scored a goal for Trans Boy Joy."

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09 Dec

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Karah Sutton

“I loved this fabulous story, with all the different points of view, the wonderful illustrations, and the magical writing,” said Rebecca Crosswhite of Rediscovered Books.

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06 Oct
The Truth Project by Dante Medema

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Dante Medema

The Truth Project is something truly special that will grab hold of your heart and not let go,” said Lauren Nopenz Fairley of Curious Iguana.

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29 Sep

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Romy Hausmann

“This is a story rife with twists and turns. It will keep you guessing!” says Deon Stonehouse of Sunriver Books & Music about Hausmann’s Dear Child.

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09 Sep
Legendborn by Tracy Deonn

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Tracy Deonn

Tracy Deonn is the author of the contemporary young adult fantasy Legendborn, a Summer/Fall 2020 Indies Introduce young adult debut selection and a Fall 2020 Kids’ Indie Next List pick.

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17 Aug

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Aiden Thomas

Cemetery Boys is a ghost story, a mystery, and a swoon-worthy romance all at once, and I have fallen in love with it!” said Mariana Calderon of Second Star to the Right Children’s Books.

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10 Aug

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Caroline Brooks DuBois

The Places We Sleep is a beautiful and moving novel in verse about a girl navigating her way toward adolescence in the midst of a national tragedy,” said Chelsea Bauer of Union Avenue Books.

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04 Aug

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Ash Van Otterloo

Cattywampus has everything,” says Chelsea Bauer of Union Avenue Books. “Friendship, enemies, a very charming raccoon, magic, ancient family feuds, and zombies.”

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13 Jul
Dan Unmasked by Chris Negron

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Chris Negron

“This stellar, heartwarming, reassuring, layered, childhood-affirming, and brave story will awaken even the most reluctant hero in all readers,” said Drew Durham of Books Inc.

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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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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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