Indies Introduce Interview

15 Nov

Fall 2013 Indies Introduce New Voices Q&A With Sara Farizan

Sara Farizan hopes readers will see her debut YA novel, If You Could Be Mine, as both a love story and a story about finding yourself and being true to who you are, even when that seems really terrifying.

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13 Nov

Fall 2013 Indies Introduce Debut Author Q&A With Fiona McFarlane

Fiona McFarlane offers tips for handselling her debut novel, The Night Guest, and explains how she came to write about a woman who believes there is a tiger in her house every night.

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13 Nov

Fall 2013 Indies Introduce New Voices Q&A With Elizabeth Kiem

Elizabeth Kiem talks about the inspiration for her debut novel, Dancer, Daughter, Traitor, Spy; her fascination with Russia; the importance of YA fiction; and more.

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05 Nov

Fall 2013 Indies Introduce Debut Author Q&A With P.S. Duffy

P.S. Duffy reveals what inspired her to set her debut novel, The Cartographer of No Man's Land, during WWI and the Battle of Vimy Ridge; what she hopes readers will take away from the journeys and internal struggles of Angus MacGrath and his family; and more.

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05 Nov

Fall 2013 Indies Introduce Debut Author Q&A With Charlie Quimby

The author of Monument Road, Charlie Quimby, discusses how growing up in Colorado shaped his writing, the joys of visiting indie bookstores, and what he’s working on now, among other topics.

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30 Oct

Spring 2014 Indies Introduce New Voices Q&A With Lindsay Smith

Lindsay Smith, author of Sekret (Roaring Brook Press), talks about the inspirations for her debut title, Cold War espionage crime thrillers, the importance of YA fiction, and more.

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30 Oct

Fall 2013 Indies Introduce Debut Author Q&A With Antoine Laurain

Antoine Laurain, author of The President’s Hat (Gallic Books), discusses his first novel in English, the joys of visiting bookstores, and judging a book by its cover, among other topics.

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24 Oct

Indies Introduce Debut Author Q&A With Shahan Mufti

Shahan Mufti explores his family history and that of the Islamic civilization in Pakistan in his debut title, The Faithful Scribe: A Story of Islam, Pakistan, Family and War (Other Press), a featured book in the Fall 2013 Indies Introduce promotion, underway now.

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24 Oct

Indies Introduce New Voices Q&A With Peggy Eddleman

Peggy Eddleman is the author of Sky Jumpers (Random House Books for Young Readers), a post-apocalyptic adventure for Middle Grade readers, which was selected by a panel of children’s booksellers as one of the outstanding debuts of the fall 2013 season. Here, Eddleman talks about the inspiration for her debut novel, the importance of books to her childhood, and more.

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