Monday, August 20, 2012

Sisterhood Publications is making news!


A year ago, Sisterhood Publications was a fledgling indie publisher with a whole lotta spunk and only two books in publication -- ­ Sisterwife by Natalie Collins, and Letters to Juniper by Peggy Tibbetts. There have been some mighty big changes since then.
Letters to Juniper was named a Colorado Book Award Finalist. Even though it didn’t win the big prize, Sisterhood showed she could run with the big boys.
Right out of the gate, Fatal Kiss by Suzanne Barr raced into the top 25 best sellers in true crime at Amazon, and has stayed there since. Watch Sisterhood Publications Facebook page for exciting news about this outstanding true crime novel! Read a review here.

Meanwhile Sisterhood maintains a lightning pace. In addition to Fatal Kiss, two hot new thrillers from Natalie Collins were released.

Killer Instincts --“The surprising end will leave you feeling as if your best friends have ridden off into the sunset.”


Latter Day Secrets -- “Suspenseful and surprising, this fast paced novel is difficult to put down.”

Plus an explosive young adult ­ or new adult ­­ war adventure by Peggy Tibbetts.
PFC Liberty Stryker -- “This book shows how an author can take a topic a reader may not generally be interested in and make it a real page turner”

Coming soon from Sisterhood Publications
Evacuation Plan -- “Joe O'Connell has employed masterful storytelling skills to compose an achingly captivating symphony from all these life stories that could very possibly change the way you view your own life ­ and death.”

Check us out at Sisterhood Publications and like us at Facebook

Peggy Tibbetts

Now available at Amazon
PFC Liberty Stryker
Letters to Juniper – 2012 Colorado Book Award Finalist

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2 comments:

  1. Congrats! You guys are doing great!

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  2. I think it's great when small publishers are successful. Congratulations to the publisher, to you and the other authors. Hope to hear more about you in the future.

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