Sneak Peek: April 2021 Indie Next List

The April 2021 Indie Next list features 5 Macmillan titles! BROKEN (in the best possible way) by Jenny LawsonISBN 9781250077035, on sale 4/6/21 “[Lawson] also makes others laugh. Her delivery is zany, clever, and raunchy. Her conversations with party guests, her long-suffering husband, her sister, and even herself are flat-out hilarious. And the situations she […]

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Sneak Peek: February 2021 Indie Next List

The February 2021 Indie Next list features 5 Macmillan titles! THE FOUR WINDS by Kristin HannahISBN 9781250178602, on sale 2/2/21 “Hannah is a consistent best-seller, and this sharply relevant tale of a past catastrophic time will exert a particularly strong magnetic force.”–Booklist, starred review “Hannah brings Dust Bowl migration to life in this riveting story […]

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Sneak Peek: January 2021 Indie Next List

The January 2021 Indie Next list features 3 Macmillan titles! OUTLAWED by Anna NorthISBN 9781635575422, on sale 1/5/21 “North’s knockout latest chronicles the travails of a midwife’s daughter who joins a group of female and nonbinary outlaws near the end of the 19th century… The characters’ struggles for gender nonconformity and LGBTQ rights are tenderly […]

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Sneak Peek: December 2019 Indie Next List

Sneak Peek: December 2019 Indie Next List

Macmillan rules the December Indie Next list with the #1 spot plus FIVE more titles! #1 Pick: WAKE, SIREN: Ovid Resung by Nina MacLaughlin 2 starred reviews! “Provocative reinterpretations of some very old stories… Vital, vivid, and angry.“–Kirkus Reviews, starred review “The free mingling of ancient characters with elements of workaday modern life won’t please […]

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Sneak Peek: September 2019 Indie Next List

Sneak Peek: September 2019 Indie Next List

The September 2019 Indie Next List features FIVE Macmillan titles! GIDEON THE NINTH by Tamsyn Muir 4 starred reviews + a Library Journal Best Debut of the Summer! “This extraordinary opening salvo will leave readers dying to know what happens next.“–Booklist, starred review “From the mad science joys of necromantic theory to the deliciously ever-evolving […]

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Sneak Peek: August 2019 Indie Next List

Sneak Peek: August 2019 Indie Next List

Congrats to Macmillan’s August 2019 Indie Next Listers! THINGS YOU SAVE IN A FIRE by Katherine Center 2 starred reviews! “Center gives readers a sharp and witty exploration of love and forgiveness that is at once insightful, entertaining, and thoroughly addictive.“–Kirkus Reviews, starred review “The follow-up to Center’s breakout hit, HOW TO WALK AWAY (2018), […]

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Sneak Peek: July 2019 Indie Next List

Sneak Peek: July 2019 Indie Next List

The July Indie Next list features FIVE Macmillan titles! STAY AND FIGHT by Madeline ffitch “As the stakes rise, for both the family and the preservation of the region, the novel skewers stereotypes and offers only a messy, real depiction of people who fully embody the imperative of the novel’s title. This is a stellar […]

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Sneak Peek: June 2019 Indie Next List

Sneak Peek: June 2019 Indie Next List

The June Indie Next list features a whopping SEVEN Macmillan titles! RED, WHITE & ROYAL BLUE by Casey McQuiston PW Best Book of the Summer + May LibraryReads Pick + Three starred reviews! “The much-loved royal romance genre gets a fun and refreshing update in McQuiston’s debut…. A clever, romantic, sexy love story.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred […]

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Sneak Peek: May Indie Next List

Sneak Peek: May Indie Next List

The May Indie Next list features five Macmillan titles including THE GUEST BOOK at #1! 1–THE GUEST BOOK by Sarah Blake Two starred reviews! “This novel sets out to be more than a juicy family saga—it aims to depict the moral evolution of a part of American society. Its convincing characters and muscular narrative succeed […]

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Sneak Peek: April 2019 Indie Next List

Sneak Peek: April 2019 Indie Next List

The April 2019 Indie Next List includes FIVE Macmillan titles! WOMEN TALKING by Miriam Toews Three starred reviews! “[A] sharp blade of a novel…. Toews’ eviscerating fictionalization of this incendiary reality focuses not on the violence but, rather, on the keen, subversive intelligence of the Mennonite women, their philosophical casts of mind, clashing personalities, and […]

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