Links to Leap to!

This week we’re beginning a new series called Links to Leap to!

The basic idea is to provide recent coverage of our authors and their works while also tossing in other happenings in the literary world. Visit these links, share them with friends, and as always, support the books and authors that make up the ever-growing literary community.

Above all else, thank you for reading and keep reading!


“The real illusion, Moss reveals, is any sense of invulnerability and its accompanying belief that we can avoid the daily, terrifying task of facing our own decline.” – Martha Witt reviews N. West Moss’ The Subway Stops at Bryant Park over at

“Medhat uses pathos and humor, tragedy and comedy, to spin an entertaining and original mystery… a refreshing take on Navajo country’s crime, culture, and history.” – Publisher’s Weekly reviews Katayoun Medhat’s novel The Quality of Mercy

N. West Moss discusses the loss of her father and the inspiration for her collection with Watertown Daily Times.

Craig Thornton interviews N. West Moss for WWNYTV.

Leaping Around the Literary World

The Millions release their second-half of 2017 book preview.

NPR names their readers’ 100 favorite comics and graphic novels.

Investor urges Barnes and Noble to find buyer.

About Leapfrog Press
Leapfrog Press was created to search out, publish, and aggressively market books that tell a strong story. Leapfrog began its life in Wellfleet, Mass., at the outer end of Cape Cod, in 1993. In 2008 we migrated to Falmouth, Mass., and in 2012 we made the move to Fredonia, N.Y., a town with a rich creative history and an equally rich present in the arts and science. Our list is eclectic and includes quality fiction, poetry, and nonfiction; books that are described by the large commercial publishers as midlist, and which we regard as the heart and soul of literature.

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