MALIBU BURNING by Robert Kerbeck is an emotionally intimate, in-depth account of California’s most destructive wildfire. Check out what Sam Cohen of IBR has to say about this nonfiction book from MWC Press.
WOLF GIRL: Finding Myself in the Wild by Doniga Markegard is a collection of nonfiction wilderness essays and a guide for all those looking for themselves. Check out what Kathy L. Brown has to say about this Propriometrics Press.
ELEVEN AFTER ELEVEN by Jasmine Dine is a deeply personal poetry collection that delves into the darkest corners of human emotion. Check out what Joelene Pynnonen has to say in her review of this indie author title.
“32 Impressive Indie Press Books from 2020” by Joe Walters is a book list of some of the most impressive independent press books from the year. It includes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and books for younger readers.
A LITTLE CHATTER by Terry Connell is a short story collection that provides slices of life with surgical precision. Check out what Joshua Ryan Bligh of Independent Book Review has to say in his review of this indie author title.
“10 of the Oldest Bookstores in the United States” by K.T. Mehra is a literary listicle telling the histories and locations of some of the oldest bookshops in America. Locations include Boston, California, Pennsylvania, and more.
Jaylynn Korrell of Independent Book Review hit the streets of Philadelphia to discover new and old bookshops all throughout Philly. Find out which ones she chose in her latest article, “10 Amazing Bookstores in Philadelphia.”