Midwest Review raves about Sanábria novel

This is what Midwest Book Review has to say about Robert Sanábria’s latest book:

The battle against corruption is a struggle that rings more true than ever in today’s world. “The Last Californio” tells the story of Gar Montalvo, a Mexico City Journalist who faced familial annihilation with him as the only survivor by the order of a government minister. Across international borders, he struggles to survive and bring down a corrupt system, and gain something that resembles justice. “The Last Californio” is an exciting blend of intrigue and thriller, highly recommended.

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Robert Sanábria - Portrait of the Artist by Louden Times

image"Tucked away in the rolling hills of western Loudoun, Robert Sanábria finds his own personal sanctuary filled with art, writing and scenery. The Mexican-American, originally from El Paso, Texas, has lived in Loudoun County for 25 years, and said it was one of the easiest decisions he made…"

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Robert Sanábria - The Examiner interview

Robert Sanábria talks to The Examiner about his childhood experiences as a Latino living in an orphanage as well as his outlooks on art and immigration. Check out the interview: http://www.examiner.com/books-in-los-angeles/the-last-calif-rnio-an-interview-with-author-robert-san-bria

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Robert Sanábria & National Library Week

Robert Sanábria, author of The Last Califórnio, will be presenting his novel at the Rust Library in Leesburg, VA, on Thursday night. We’re thrilled that he’s part of National Library Week events at his local library. The event is open to the public, so if you’re in the DC area do stop by—there couldn’t be a better way to show appreciation for reading and libraries. To learn more about the event, visit the Rust Library site.

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On sale!

The hardcover of Patty Somlo’s From Here to There And Other Stories is on sale at Amazon. For just $16.95, you can enjoy 214 pages of pure reading delight. Get your copy now.

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Patty Somlo - The Interview

Patty Somlo appeared on “Between the Covers,” a radio program on KBOO, a public station out of Portland, Oregon. Throughout the interview, Patty discusses her writing process and experiences as a former journalist who investigated political issues from Central America. Listen to or download the interview at KBOO. Enjoy!

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The Espresso Book Machine (EBM) makes it possible for writers to get their books to more readers. Any book store that uses the EBM essentially carries whatever books are listed on the machine’s database. Eventually, we hope, most book stores as we know them now will evolve to include EMBs. It’d be a win-win for everyone: writers, readers, publishers, and book stores. Writers could be assured that their books will be available; readers could order obscure or indie-press titles and have them printed on the spot; publishers could avoid begging stores to carry books while also operating in a more eco-friendly and efficient way by eliminating warehousing and shipping; and book stores could transform into hybrids, forming their own publishing companies to support local and niche writers. Paraguas Books lists its printed books with EBM. See a list of store locations here.

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It’s true: you can’t judge a book by its cover. Which is why we’re offering free sample chapters of our latest titles on our site. Read on, spread the word, and enjoy!

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