word hermit press is a small publisher established to support writing that brings fictional, historical and cultural narratives to life. we are pleased to be the publisher of seven titles, including:
you’ve heard the raves about the tony award-winning broadway musical, hamilton. but what happened to ‘dear theodosia,’ the fiery daughter aaron burr serenades? hard to die is an engrossing speculative fiction novel that provides a new take on the uncharted fate of theodosia burr alston, daughter of alexander hamilton’s murderer. a national book award nominee, hard to die combines elements of history, the paranormal, and suspense to breathe fresh air into theodosia’s life and story. coming november 1, 2016!
andra watkins’ new york times best selling memoir not without my father: one woman’s 444-mile walk of their natchez trace tells the challenging tale of a daughter and a father trying to find their way and each other on america’s oldest highway. andra’s 444-mile walk was inspired by her novel to live forever: an afterlife journey of meriwether lewis, which we published earlier in 2014.
jim stewart’s novel ochoco reach introduces mike ironwood, his special ops brother daniel, and bucket, a catahoula leopard dog who is equally at home herding cattle and pinning bad guys to the floor. together, they are formidable allies who also seem to attract trouble at every turn.
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