Quote for 2020

"Printed books usually outlive bookstores and the publishers who brought them out. They sit around, demanding nothing, for decades. That's one of their nicest qualities—their brute persistence." - author Nicholson Baker

WE HAVE GREAT BOOKS!

WE HAVE GREAT BOOKS!
so many great Native writers! Book Links on AUTHOR PAGE above

How you can help us?

WRITE AND POST A BOOK REVIEW ONLINE:
Please know that if you write an honest book review, we are very very appreciative. Amazon, Kobo, Good Reads, Apple Books, etc. - every opinion counts.

DONATE COPIES:
If you can, please donate a copy of our book titles to your local library, college or school.

2020 Limited Release

OUR AUTHORS

Dana Lone Hill is Lakota. She passed in 2019.
Extraordinary writers we represent and publish:

Jim Chavers is Ojibwe

Trace Lara Hentz, a mix of Shawnee-Cherokee-French Canadian-Cree-Irish (she has republished SLEEPS WITH KNIVES)

John Christian Hopkins is Narragansett
(No photo: Deborah Spears-Moorehead, author of Finding Balance is Wampanoag.)
Barbara Robidoux is a mix: Cherokee-Euro.

Charles Grolla is Ojibwe


Blue Hand Books is a collective that helped Native American authors publish their paperbacks and ebooks (Kindle and more) using Amazon and doing the formatting and pre-press production with PressBooks in Montreal, Quebec.
Amazon is ruthless so we are looking at new ways to publish our titles.

Lara/Trace Hentz (formerly DeMeyer), is the founder.



"It’s about finding the nerve your book strikes and going after it."

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