May 14, 2013
On the official day of the book launch for Virginia Pye’s River of Dust, prominent authors have added to their blogs information and pontification about her and her new novel, an Indie Next Pick.
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In an article entitled Virginia Pye, First Time Novelist, on Writing, Writers Conferences, and How to Get Your Book Published appearing in the Huffington Post, columnist David Henry Sterry, interviews Virginia Pye, River of Dust author.
Seniye Groff of the Portland Book Review has published a retrospective of The Lighthouse Road, by Peter Geye, on their website. The verdict? Four Stars for the novel due to be released in paperback next month.
This May, Unbridled will release Masha Hamilton’s remarkable fifth novel, What Changes Everything, which is about the impact of the war in Afghanistan on American and Afghan families. More than this, the novel is an extension of Hamilton’s ongoing literary exploration of the destructive reach…
As we continue our visits around the country that show us the personal and diverse components of Unbridled Books, we find ourselves at the home of co-publisher Fred Ramey, in Lakewood Colorado, confronting lots and lots of snow. Snow in April? Brrr!
In video format, bestselling author Joni Rodgers reviews Masha Hamilton’s soon-to-be released novel, What Changes Everything, calls it “bookclub motherlode”.
The Society of Midland Authors literary awards has been completed, and The Lighthouse Road, by Peter Geye, was chosen as a finalist in the Adult Fiction category.
The Bird Saviors by William J. Cobb has made the short list of nominees for the 2012 Reading The West Book Awards for the category of Adult Fiction.