Three Imbrifex Books Titles Win Recognition in the 2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards

June 4, 2018

LAS VEGAS, NV – Imbrifex Books is delighted to announce that three of its titles have been recognized in the 2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. BASE CAMP LAS VEGAS: 101 HIKES IN THE SOUTHWEST by Deborah Wall won first place in the Travel/Travel Guide category and was a finalist for Regional Non-Fiction. A JUSTIFIED BITCH by H.G. McKinnis and GETTING OFF ON FRANK SINATRA by Megan Edwards were both finalists in Mystery.

Mark Sedenquist, publisher of Imbrifex Books, says, “We’re thrilled that these talented authors have received recognition for their outstanding work. These books were released in Imbrifex Books’ debut year, and that acknowledgement is a special honor.”


About NGIBA: The Next Generation Indie Book Awards is the largest Not-for-Profit book awards program for independent publishers and indie authors. Now in its twelfth year of operation, the Next Generation Indie Book Awards was established to recognize and honor the most exceptional independently published books in over 70 different categories each year and is presented by Independent Book Publishing Professionals Group in cooperation with Marilyn Allen of Allen O’Shea Literary Agency.

About Imbrifex Books: Founded in 2016, Imbrifex Books, based in Las Vegas, Nevada publishes 5-6 titles per year. Scenic Side Trips is a series of road trip guides around the USA. Base Camp Hiking Guides showcase hikes within a couple of hours of downtown in key American cities. The Local Angler series featuring expert anglers around the country. Fiction and memoir titles are also under production.

CONTACT: Mark C. Sedenquist
mark@imbrifex. com
(702) 309-0130

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