Our first Indie Author Night was so successful, we’re excited to host another one with 20 indie authors!
Our format is simple: we're bringing in 20 local indie and self-published authors. Each author will have up to 2 minutes to talk about their book or series. After each author has given their pitch, customers will have the opportunity to purchase books and interact with authors!
We're thrilled that author Dana Sullivan will once again be MC-ing the event, and we'll be running a trivia game throughout with a prize raffle at the end. We have some fantastic authors coming in for this event in a huge range of genres, so don't miss out!
Brenda Baker is the author of the new picture book about embracing diversity, Oddly Colorful.
Perry Dolan is the author of the memoir No Place to Cry.
Cordula Drossel-Brown will present her book—and chocolate!—Seattle Chocolatiers, full of local history and details on where to find great chocolate in Seattle.
Julia Duin is the author of In the House of the Serpent Handler: A Story of Faith and Fleeting Fame in the Age of Social Media.
Justin Edison will be focusing on his adult thriller, Tempest Road.
Doug Farrar will present his book The Genius of Desperation: The Schematic Innovations That Made the Modern NFL.
Jackie Foskett will be presenting her book The Stress Relief Toolbox, written for those who are stressed out, overwhelmed, and want a reference of tools to use for stress relief.
Jody Gold is the author of Navigating the Clouds, an inspirational biography for adults about dealing with cancer care.
Della Goldsworth’s Morning Glory Memory Keeper is a personal health planning book for adults and especially senior citizens.
Christine Grabowski’s Dickensen Academy is her debut fantasy/paranormal YA novel.
Gordon Gravley will be focusing on his book Gospel for the Damned, a speculative novel with dystopian elements for adults.
Elizabeth Guizetti is the author of an array of books for kids, teens, and adults. She’ll be focusing on her adult horror/satire novel Immortal House.
Wendy Hansen is the author of the picture book The Fairy.
Oliver Kaufman is the author of the short story collection The Windless Echo.
Nolen Lee is the writer and illustrator of the children’s book The Panda is Fat and Other Haikus.
Lyn Lindbergh is the author of Couch to Active, a book for adults who’ve found themselves saying, "I should exercise more."
Ashton Macaulay will be focusing on his book Aberrant Tales, a YA/adult crossover in the horror/science fiction genre.
Clark Roberts will present his nonfiction book, Wags to You - Short & Long Dog Tails.
Karrie Roberts is the author of the children’s book A Guide Dog Named Arby.
Cathy Ross is the author of the book Color Boldly for children afraid to try art.
Mugoux Varra is the author of the YA novel The Tarot Reader’s Dog.