June 26, 2013
The Latina Book Club has reviewed Elizabeth Huergo’s The Death of Fidel Perez, released by Unbridled Books in April 2013, and called it “...beautifully written”.
...no matter how many books I have on hand, I start to get a little skittish when there's not an Unbridled title on the shelf! - Lisa Sheppard, Lit and Life READ MORE
Masha Hamilton, author of the recently released What Changes Everything is interviewed by Ms. Magazine about her new novel. The article entitled A Firsthand Novel of Surreal Afghanistan, includes a brief review of the book as well as a short history of Ms. Hamilton’s accomplishments,
Vera Marie Badertscher of “A Traveler’s Library” revews and comments about Masha Hamilton’s latest novel, What Changes Everything, first extolling the book cover’s original artwork and then going on to say the book lived up to the intriguing cover. She goes on to say…
Largehearted Boy, a music blog featuring daily free and legal music downloads as well as news from the worlds of music, literature, and pop culture, has posted Masha Hamilton’s preferred music playlist that relates to her recently released novel, What Changes Everything.
Galley Cat, Media Bistro’s outlet for book publishing news and reviews, has lauded Unbridled Books’ pledge to donate $1 for each eBook copy of Masha Hamilton’s new novel, What Changes Everything, to the Afghan Women’s Writing Project (AWWP)...
The Washington Post has published a favorable review for Virginia Pye’s recently released debut novel, River of Dust. The reviewer, Carolyn See, calls it “...a fine journey, well worth the effort”.
Elizabeth Huergo, author of The Death of Fidel Perez recently released by Unbridled Books, is shown discussing her novel and answering questions at Politics and Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C.
These Things Happen, Richard Kramer’s debut novel, published in October 2012 by Unbridled Books, has been recommended for consideration for the 2014 Stonewall Book Awards…