LATEST BOOK, Xs, An Allie Armington Mystery is a finalist!
Independent Publisher Book Awards 2005 - And the IPPY
Winners and Finalists in this year's IPPY Awards
The 2005 Independent Publisher Book Awards attracted books
from over 1,500 publishers around the world; from all 50 U.S.
states, nine Canadian provinces, and 18 foreign countries.
The ninth annual, 2005 Awards saw a continued increase in quality
and diversity – and the writing and publishing exhibited
great passion. Yes, independent authors and publishers are
passionate about getting their message out, and they are changing
the world, one book at a time…
Thanks and congratulations to all participants for your truly
Winner:Yellow as Legal Pads by Fran Stewart (Doggie in the Window Publications)
Finalists: A Small Case of Murder by Lauren Carr (iUniverse); The Xs:
An Allie Armington Mystery by Louise Gaylord (Little Moose Press); Railroaded!
by Whitfield Grant (Denver-Austin & Co.)
Nothing's Sure but Death in Texas!
Allie Armington is a bright, successful and self-reliant young
Texas attorney coming up to the top of her game. But that independent
streak just might be the death of her. Of course, she doesn't
admit it until she's about thigh deep in a conspiracy involving
cattle, oil and drugs... and the man she once thought she was
going to marry until he ended up with her best friend.
Anacacho smiles at you, gently beckons, then sucks you in.
And it's so subtle you don't even realize you're hooked until
you try and put it down. It has terrific characters but the
problem is, you never know which ones you can trust.
Learn all about Louise
LOUISE GAYLORD is a natural
storyteller, whose life, like her mystery stories, has been
full of surprises.
She discovered her love of storytelling during her days at
Saint Mary’s Hall, an Episcopal girls’ boarding
school in San Antonio, Texas. Classmates gathered round as
she read her stories and ended up in tears by, “ ...and
they lived happily (or not so happily) ever after.” But
it was painting, not writing, that her teachers encouraged,
so her writing was put on hold.
Louise studied art history and sociology at Rollins College
in Winter Park, Florida, and later at The University of Houston
where she met and married Ted Gaylord, a promising entrepreneur
from Upstate New York.
Louise Gaylord, author of Xs and Anacacho, is interviewed
by Sky Radio.
The Great Reviews!
"Louise Gaylord has penned
an engaging, fast-paced, suspense filled romp that is destined
to delight readers.”
— Laura Taylor, author
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