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04 Dec
January 2019 Indie Next List flier

The January 2019 Indie Next List Preview

Here are the 20 Indie Next Great Reads and 12 Now in Paperback titles featured on the January 2019 Indie Next List flier, which is on its way to stores in the IndieBound movement.

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26 Nov
December Now in Paperbacks

The December ’18 Now in Paperback Flier & Shelf-Talkers

The December Indie Next List’s 12 Now in Paperback titles are featured with bookseller quotes on a downloadable flier and shelf-talkers.

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26 Nov

A Look Back on Last Year’s New York Times Best Books

As the New York Times Book Review prepares to announce its top picks for 2018, booksellers should keep in mind last year’s list when thinking about backlist favorites to sell this holiday season.

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20 Nov
My Sister the Serial Killer book cover

A Q&A With Oyinkan Braithwaite, Author of December’s #1 Indie Next List Pick

Sarah Sorensen of Bookbug calls My Sister, the Serial Killer “one of the best books to come along in quite a while — fast, funny, and completely engrossing.”

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15 Nov

2018 National Book Award Winners Announced

Winners in five categories, including the inaugural award for Translated Literature, were announced at the 69th annual National Book Awards on November 14 at a ceremony in New York City.

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01 Nov

The Winter 2018–2019 Kids’ Indie Next List Preview

Here’s a preview of the 52 titles on the Winter 2018–2019 Kids’ Indie Next List flier, arriving at stores in the upcoming Kids’ White Box.

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01 Nov
December 2018 Indie Next List flier

The December 2018 Indie Next List Preview

Here are the 20 Indie Next Great Reads and 12 Now in Paperback titles featured on the December 2018 Indie Next List flier, which is on its way to stores in the IndieBound movement.

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24 Oct
Scribe cover

A Q&A With Alyson Hagy, Author of November’s #1 Indie Next List Pick

Sarah Crossland of New Dominion Bookshop said Hagy’s post-apocalyptic saga Scribe “finds the perfect alchemy between Cold Mountain and The Leftovers.”

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24 Oct
Indies Introduce logos

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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23 Oct

The November ’18 Now in Paperback Flier & Shelf-Talkers

The November Indie Next List’s 12 Now in Paperback titles are featured with bookseller quotes on a downloadable flier and shelf-talkers.

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17 Oct
Indies Introduce logos

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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10 Oct

2018 National Book Award Finalists Announced

A panel of literary experts chose the five finalists in each of five categories — Fiction, Nonfiction, Translated Literature, Poetry, and Young People’s Literature. 

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09 Oct
Winter 2018-2019 Reading Group Guide

The Winter 2018–2019 Indie Next List for Reading Groups Preview

The Winter 2018–2019 Indie Next List for Reading Groups includes booksellers’ top 10 favorites plus 34 additional titles that offer the promise of great discussions for reading groups of every kind.

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27 Sep
November Indie Next List Flier featuring Scribe by Alison Hagy

The November 2018 Indie Next List Preview

Here are the 20 Indie Next Great Reads and 12 Now in Paperback titles featured on the November 2018 Indie Next List flier, which is on its way to stores in the IndieBound movement.

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