As fans of indie books, indie publishers, and exquisite graphic design, we would be huge fans of Foreword Reviews even if we weren’t in the business of publishing books. But since we are a publisher, it makes us overflow with satisfaction when a professional reviewer feels like we do about one of our books.

So seeing Meet Me in the Strange get a glowing starred review from Hannah Hohman, had us floating on clouds. Then, to see that Keith Rosson’s cover art was used in a YA featured spread that included the review of Meet Me in the Strange in their Mar/April issue, was almost more than we could handle. Huge thanks to Foreword Reviews for their tireless support of the indie publishing community!

Here’s a taste of what Hannah had to say. You can also read the full review HERE.

“The story is told through Davi’s eyes, though Davi is not broadly described; only minor details are included to flesh them out, like Davi’s taste in music. Davi’s gender is never revealed; they assume a sort of implicit androgyny. This mysteriousness is mirrored in the turns of the prose, as the reader is allowed to belong to an enigmatic world and observe it with awe.” – Hannah Hohman, Foreword Reviews



Meet Me in the Strange

Meet Me in the Strange

2019 IPPY Award Silver Medalist

Davi tries to help a new friend, Anna Z, escape a cruel and controlling brother, and the teens end up running away to follow the tour of their rock idol, the otherworldly Django Conn. The story is set in a weird and wonderful retro-futuristic city of glam-girls and glister-boys and a strange phenomenon that Anna Z calls the “Alien Drift.”

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