• Buy the book. For yourself, of course. Or not. Not your genre? Buy it for someone who’ll enjoy it. For a friend. For your mom. Your neighbor. A stranger. Books make great gifts, and Amazon even has a Kindle book gift option if dead trees and ink aren’t your pleasure. Neat, huh? • Review the book. It can be daunting, but it’s so very helpful. Reviews and ratings are a kind of currency for authors. Reviews open doors for
Author Archives: Cameron Garriepy
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 |
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,
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
2014 will mark the third year of collaboration between Write on Edge and Bannerwing Books: Precipice, our literary anthology, is turning three! To celebrate, we are co-hosting a flash-writing contest with Write on Edge! From the entry pool, two pieces will be chosen for inclusion in Precipice, Volume 3, one chosen by the community, one by the editors. We will announce the theme for this year’s collection along with the winners on Monday, March 3. From today until Friday, February
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Bannerwing Books welcomes Stephanie Ayers to the family today, as we celebrate the official release of her debut novella, Til Death Do Us Part! 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. Connect with Stephanie online: Twitter | Facebook | Blog | Google+ Til Death
Thornton, Vermont, 1953: After six years in the Navy, the last three spent engaged in the Korean War, George Cartwright is coming home. No longer craving adventure, George wants nothing more than to start building a quiet life. When a beautiful, unexpected stranger meets his train, George understands why it’s called love at first sight. Ginny Fletcher is everything George never knew he wanted in a woman, but his love forces him to question the meaning of brotherhood, family, and
This Autumn is proving to be an exciting time for Bannerwing Books. Our partnership with Write on Edge continues with the release of Precipice, Volume II later this month. Cameron D. Garriepy will debut her Thornton Vermont romance series with From the Earth to the Moon in November, and our newest author, Stephanie Ayers, is getting ready to announce her debut romantic thriller novella for the holiday season. Just in time for earlier sunsets and deeper, quieter Autumn nights when the moon
Bannerwing Books is thrilled to announce that Angela Amman will release her first collection of short fiction, titled Nothing Goes Away, later this month for Kindle, Nook, and eReaders everywhere! While you’re waiting for Angela’s collection, check out her blog, Tread Softly, where Angela takes the art of book review to a new level, drawing thoughtful parallels between her life between the pages and the happy chaos of writing and raising her two children in southern Michigan.