January 26, 2018 — Today, in its #FridayReads series, Black Enterprise Magazine featured David S. Mitchell’s We Hold These Truths and the entrepreneurial drive that took Mitchell from corporate lawyer to political novelist. Read the full interview here!

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September 8, 2017 — In an article published today on brightestyoungthings.com, Duende District Bookstore founder and all-around PoC literary maven, Angela Maria Spring, named David S. Mitchell one of five Authors On The Rise:

“David Mitchell is one of those people you meet and know, without a doubt, he is going to conquer anything he wants to and aren’t we lucky that he wants to take on the literary world.”

Click here for Duende District’s full Fall 2017 Reading List, and to learn more about what’s hot in the world of PoC literature.

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David Mitchell, We Hold These Truths ($19.99, Paperback, Project Z Books, 9780692720134)

David Mitchell is one of those people you meet and know, without a doubt, he is going to conquer anything he wants to and aren’t we lucky that he wants to take on the literary world. His debut novel, We Hold These Truths, features a motivated, focused recent law graduate, who is black, who joins a long-shot senate campaign in North Carolina shortly after Barack Obama’s 2008 victory and experiences the painful mutations of supposedly “post-racial” politics. This engaging, thoughtful work highlights the promise of Mitchell’s talent and hopefully we won’t have to wait long, as he’s at work on his second novel.

July 12, 2017 — In its annual Summer 2017 issue released this week, Washington Life Magazine, the foremost authority on power, philanthropy and society in the nation’s capital, recognized author David S. Mitchell’s debut political novel We Hold These Truths in its short list of “Summer Selects.”

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April 6, 2017 — Washington D.C.’s Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment released a profile of David S. Mitchell and his debut novel, We Hold These Truths, as part of its “Made In DC” series profiling local artists, trendsetters and entrepreneurs.  Click here to check it out!

November 30, 2016 — Author Profile on DCWKLY.COM

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