and who are its members?
Banyon Publishing has formed a community of diverse authors from throughout the world (yes 'world'), who are all self published and probably not by Banyon. It is our goal that these authors have a central place to gather, beyond the confines of their websites. A place where they can be seen, discovered and hopefully grow. A 'link'--ing location designed to increase their sales (albeit their sales will likely take place from their websites and elsewhere) and their identity. Yes, a true author's community is what this is all about! So stay tuned and help us give a big Banyon welcome to the authors we are all waiting to meet.
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Victor W. Pearn is the author of Devil Dogs and Jarheads, a collection of poems describing the culture of the U. S. Marine Corps during the war in Viet Nam, published by Michael Cooper, at Buscainc.com. And poems from that book have been read four times by Garrison Keillor on his APM broadcast of “The Writer’s Almanac.”
Western Novelist, Furniture Craftsman and Wood Carver, Bob Lundy is a man of great talent and experience. Take an opportunity to learn more about the man who follows in the path of the great western storyteller Louis L'Amour.
Connie Gotsch is the author of the suspense/thriller e-novel SNAP ME A FUTURE, and the mainstream/romance e-novel POD, A MOUTH FULL OF SHELL
Banyon welcomes April Star...in her own words: "A mystery writer, I decided, can be better defined as a paid and legal hit man."
Banyon welcomes author Dr. Anita Davis-DeFoe...in her own words: “Woman are challenged daily in their personal lives and on their jobs. Based upon my own struggles and search for inner peace, I have discovered that it truly does begin with the woman within."
Author of That Moment Sharon Bentley has often been called the incurable romantic. A native of Manchester, Jamaica, she attended Adelphi University in New York State and lives in Riverview, Florida with her family.
Banyon Publishing is pleased to intruduce Brian Smith and his new book, "Losing Innocence". "Brian Smith has written an interesting story served up with a large dose of reality. If there are children involved, and you have been divorced, you will certainly identify with some of the same situations." Review by Donna Thompson
Banyon Publishing proudly introduces the author of The Sitting Swing, a compelling story about her journey of growing up in a semi-abusive home to accepting the experience as a path to a spiritual understanding of life.
He's a published Western Fiction author of six books. W.R.is now a freelance writer and award-winning cartoonist . He specializes in Country (Redneck) Humor and Wilderness Survival Writing.
Banyon welcomes book and short story author Patricia O'Quin (she's already published by Publish America).
She spends her spare time traveling as an inspirational speaker or conducting workshops on writing, publishing, and marketing. She has published two romance novels and a non-fiction book on self-publishing.
Writes middle-grade fiction set in the days of King Arthur. First book is "Guinevere: On the Eve of Legend". Currently at work on next book set in the days of King Arthur. Has taught high school English for 20 years. Also works part time for a major airline.
Duane, who is Professor Emeritus at The University of Texas at Arlington, has authored many educational articles and been the editor of an international journal. His new book is basically the story of paths of joy on which his faith led him to travel, first, as a boy in Nebraska, then as a professor in Texas and in South Africa, and recently, in retirement, as a producer of shows on Internet radio about the golden age of radio and big bands. He includes life insights and an appendix of resources to enable readers to experience their own paths of joy.
Tony is the co-editor and writer of Screamin' Skull Press.
Nicole is the co-editor and writer of Screamin' Skull Press.
E.M. Savage-Grey is a South Florida lawyer who traveled to London for this story.
Tamika is inspired by the writings of Eleanor Roosevelt, one of her favorite quotations is, “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."
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