June 06, 2013
Reba Leiding of James Madison University Library wrote the June 1, Library Journal review for What Changes Everything, Masha Hamilton’s fifth novel that was recently released by Unbridled Books.
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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.
As part of our Weekly Reads program, Unbridled Books will feature Margaret Cezair-Thompson’s novel, The Pirate’s Daughter, an epic tale of a mother and daughter finding their way in a nation struggling to rise to the challenge of independence.
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…
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My friend Steve Yates, Marketing Director at U of Mississippi Press and fine author, shares some interesting comments about his experience from the other side of things (as an author) with the launch of his prize-winning collection of stories…
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.