March 18, 2013
Peter Geye, author of The Lighthouse Road and Safe from the Sea is interviewed by Elizabeth Ries of Twin Cities Live, a Minneapolis based ABC affiliate. See the video….
...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
ForeWord Reviews has picked the finalists for BOTYA (Best of the Year Awards) in General Adult Fiction for 2012 and among them are two books published by Unbridled Books, The Bird Saviors and These Things Happen.
For those of you who may have missed out on the special values offered during our “Weekly Reads” program in which the featured book’s first chapter is excerpted for perusal while the eBook’s price is discounted to $3.99, this raincheck is your last chance.
A NewPages.com review of The Lighthouse Road, written by Peter Geye and published by Unbrided Books in October 2012, credits Geye with doing a wonderful job of reconstructing the historical era…
If you’ve been following along, you know that late last year, Unbridled Books introduced their popular Weekly Reads program. Each week, we choose one previously published, Unbridled “good read” [it’s the rarest of pleasures, don’t you know]; offer an exclusive excerpt online…
In an article entitled Notes on Identity, Location, and the Undefinable: A Between Books Interview With Emily St. John Mandel, Tobias Carroll of Volume 1 Brooklyn, interviews Emily St. John Mandel.
Sky Sanchez-Fischer, the editor of the San Francisco/Sacramento Book Review, has hailed The Bird Saviors as a “novel of great achievement.”
(February 2013, Denver, CO) Unbridled Books is proud to announce the May publication of Emily St. John Mandel’s most recent novel, THE LOLA QUARTET.
by Rich Rennicks
Our first new novel of 2013, Elizabeth Huergo’s The Death of Fidel Pérez is leaving the printers as I type. It’s a beautiful book, containing a wonderful, unexpected story of buried dreams, thwarted ambition, and the stirrings of hope, and one which will reveal a great deal about life in contemporary Cuba.