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BHC Press is pleased to announce they have signed a five-book publishing agreement with Emmie Mears. Hearthfire, book one of the epic fantasy Stonebreaker series, is scheduled for spring 2018 publication.
BHC Press and Emmie Mears Announce Multi-book Deal
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BHC Press is is excited to be attending the 2017 Kerrytown Book Fest along with west coast authors Elise Manion and Tom Mohan. The event is held Sunday, September 10th from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Both Elise and Tom will be available all day to sign books and chat with book lovers of all ages. Also confirmed are authors Greg Jolley, John Darryl Winston, and Mackenzie Flohr. Come on out to this great event and stop by and say hi.
Join BHC Press and Their Featured Authors at the 2017 Kerrytown Book Fest
From left to right, Elise Manion, Tom Mohan, Greg Jolley, John Darryl Winston, and Mackenzie Flohr will be at the BHC Press booths during the event.
Three BHC Press titles win gold medals at the 2017 Readers' Favorite Book Awards
Caytlyn's book, Dark Flowers won for Best YA Horror. The book has also won a silver medal in the Literary Classics Book Awards for best YA Horror.
Joy Ross Davis won in the Christian Fantasy/Sci-fi for her novella, Emalyn's Treasure. Jo Dibblee took the prize in the Nonfiction/True Crime category for her memoir, Frock-Off.