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Introducing Precipice, Volume 3

The Bannerwing Books editorial team is pleased to announce the Precipice, Volume 3 contributing authors. Precipice, Volume 3 will be released in October, 2014. Fiction Duffy Batzer Valerie Boersma Shelton Keys Dunning Sara Healy Dina Honour Ashley Kagaoan Laura Lord Jennifer Williams Elizabeth Yon Memoir Elaine Alguire Melissa Kirtley Morgan Kellum Andrea Mowery Kristin Shaw Janice Wilberg Poetry Habiba Barry Angie Kinghorn Kirsten Piccini To this year’s contributing authors: Your interpretations of the “Boundaries” theme were varied, creative and inspiring. We

Welcome, Author Ericka Clay!

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The ink is newly dried on Bannerwing’s agreement with author Ericka Clay to release her novel, Unkept, early next year. Ericka is a force to be reckoned with: novelist, blogger, and founding editor of Tipsy Lit, an online magazine that promotes the work of indie authors. We are thrilled to be working with her. We are also thrilled to kick off our YouTube channel with Ericka introducing herself to you as only she can: Connect with Ericka online: ErickaClay.com | Tipsy Lit |

An Interview With Author Stephanie Ayers

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Stephanie Ayers spends much of her free time living in the alternate universes created inside her imagination or from the pages of another’s. When she’s not writing, she mothers her 4 children, loves her husband, attends church, and neglects housework as often as possible. Stephanie’s debut romantic suspense novella, Til Death Do Us Part, was published in 2013, and her short story “Fear” appears in Precipice, Volume II.   When you’re not writing, how do you spend your time? When I’m not writing,

Precipice, Volume Three, and Our Contest Winners!

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Write on Edge is the community that forged the partnership at the heart of this venture, and the writers there will always hold a special place in Bannerwing’s heart. This year, to mark the third volume of Write on Edge’s literary anthology, Precipice, we co-hosted a writing contest, based on the F. Scott Fitzgerald quote, “It takes two to make an accident.” The community was asked to vote for one entry to be included in Precipice, and the editors have