Coffee guzzler, word whisperer, creative ninja, unicorn.
A published author with a knack for twisted tales, Stephanie Ayers loves a good thriller, fairies, things that go bump in the night, and sappy stories. When she is not writing, she can be found in Creative Cloud designing book covers and promotional graphics for authors.
Stephanie has been a regular contributor and leader for Bloggy Moms and Just Be Enough, and writes content for Blogmutt as a freelance writer.
You can find a full listing of her works on her Amazon author page. Grab a copy of her most recent works while you’re there. The 13 is a collection of her scariest short stories, while Ambrosia contains 17 of her poems. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of Ambrosia are sent to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, a cause near and dear to Stephanie’s heart. You can also snag a fantasy freebie here.
You can find Stephanie all over social media, and she loves to hang out in writing groups like The Phoenix Quill.
You can find her short stories in these anthologies below, and her stand alone romantic horror in Til Death Do Us Part.
Stephanie also happens to be very opinionated, especially when it comes to writing. Here’s proof:
When Stephanie is not offering her opinion on writing, she is slowly yet surely working on her next book, The Elven Games. Her latest, a collection of her scariest short stories, The 13: Tales of Illusory , released in Fall 2017. Here’s a sneak peek into some of the stories you’ll find on the pages between the cover.
Stephanie just made her debut into the fantasy genre with a stand alone story that is a part of the Destiny Defined world Elven Games comes from. Download your free copy of Wings today and enter the world of Savania!
Three questions for Stephanie:
Q: What do your fans mean to you?
A: They challenge me to write better, to want to keep them at the edge of the seat, to make them keep turning the pages, and never wanting my stories to end. Their reactions encourage me to keep writing, and most of all, to continue sharing my words.