Introducing Blackfern Girls by Elizabeth Yon

Bannerwing Books introduces Blackfern Girls

We are thrilled to announce Elizabeth Yon’s newest collection of stories, Blackfern Girls. Yon’s prose is dark, eerie, and unforgettable, and Blackfern Girls comprises four tales that will capture the reader from the first page.

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The stories of Blackfern Girls

In “The Undertakers,” Frankie Blanchard’s mother abandons the eight year-old girl on her sister’s remote farm. Frankie’s cousins, Ariel and Poppy, are less than happy to receive her. They have a horrifying secret of their own, and Frankie must find the courage to save another innocent.

In “The Skeptic,” Juliet Pinkney is born into a tradition of paranormal chicanery, and takes for granted that contact with spirits is a ruse perpetrated on the marks. At the same time her first love blossoms in all its sweetness, she is confronted with the dark reality of Sparrowgate House, and pays a terrible price for her disbelief.

In “Local Honey,” Sylvia Peach stands on the cusp of young womanhood, and at the precipice of a repulsive marriage. Her yearning for independence and romance lead her to an alliance with the strange Dark sisters, and the enigmatic Nathan Love. In their forest inn, she will learn that death is a long and varied journey.

In “The Queen of Ever After,” Cricket Carpenter spins worlds, and companions, from air. Abandoned by her father, and orphaned when first her mother, and then her beloved grandmother die, she embarks on a quest for the mythical land of Ever After accompanied by her imaginary father figure, Pop, and Rob, the wild young farm hand.

Elizabeth Yon and Bannerwing Books

Elizabeth Yon isn’t a stranger to Bannerwing Books. Her short story “Love Apples” was featured in Echoes in Darkness, and we can’t wait for you to read even more of her work.

“Ain’t nothing in the dark that ain’t there in the light, Edie.”   

         

Nyctophobic Eden Summerhill has nowhere to go but the lonely family farmhouse she’s inherited, but the darkness is waiting there for her.                                                                                                         

– Elizabeth Yon, “Love Apples”

Blackfern Girls is available for pre-order now.

Announcing Echoes in Darkness

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 is new and the veil between us and Other is thinnest, Bannerwing is releasing a fresh collection of tales for the season.

Echoes in Darkness
“Ain’t nothing in the dark that ain’t there in the light…”

Available exclusively for Kindle October 9, 2013

Bannerwing Books, Angela Amman, Mandy Dawson, Cameron D Garriepy, Kameko Murakami, Kate Shrewsday, Andra Watkins, Elizabeth Yon

Authors Angela Amman, Mandy Dawson, Cameron D. Garriepy, Kameko Murakami, Kate Shrewsday, Andra Watkins, and Elizabeth Yon each present stories of darkness and light — physical… otherworldly… and in the human spirit. From dangerous to romantic to chilling, this collection showcases seven absorbing tales and an unforgettable cast of characters.

In Kate Shrewsday’s To Hear the Dead Proclaim, a trans-Atlantic air traveler comforts her seat mate with a sympathetic ear. His story allows her into the mind of a genius, but some conversations are best left unspoken.

In Flutters, Angela Amman takes us into the steamy Savannah heat, where the last surviving daughter in a family of women with extraordinary powers struggles to maintain her mother’s legacy at all costs.

Helen has lived her life obsessed with a statue, going so far as to travel the world for a glimpse of it in person. The consequences of her trip reveal an ancient curse and leave Helen’s life forever changed in Mandy Dawson’s Awakening.

Previously published as a stand-alone short, Cameron D. Garriepy’s Requiring of Care follows Lucy Montgomery to an unusual job interview. The would-be nanny is pulled into the world of Violet, a little girl who holds fragments of a haunting story.

Bad Deal, an excerpt from Andra Watkins’ forthcoming debut novel To Live Forever, introduces us to an unusual little girl named Emmaline Cagney. Emmaline longs to fly from the dark side of her mother’s affections, but what strangers lurk in the shadows?

From Kameko Murakami: A terrible accident robbed Danaë of her life, but not by killing her. Instead she is cursed, invisible to the world, with one exception: the dying. When her path crosses that of the one living man who knows she’s there, Danaë must decide if she is to remain Unseen.

Ain’t nothing in the dark that ain’t there in the light, Edie.” Nyctophobic Eden Summerhill has nowhere to go but the lonely family farmhouse she’s inherited, but the darkness is waiting there for her in Love Apples by Elizabeth Yon.