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Why Pages & Pie Publishing?

There’s nothing better than a good book, a real page-turner. Books inspire, motivate, and entertain. Books take us to alternate dimensions that once existed only in the author's mind.

Some would argue that there’s one thing in life better than a good book, and that’s pie! What do books and pie have in common? Variety. There are hundreds of genres and subgenres of books and hundreds of flavors of pie. No matter who you are, there’s at least one book and one pie you could say you love. But that’s where the commonalities end. A book is a book and a pie is a pie. Each person decides on their own what genre or flavor suits them best.

We authors write books for our own reasons but we all have the same desired outcome. Start writing, follow the process to the end, and see our words in a professionally bound book with our name on it.

Pages & Pie Publishing is an author services company. We will partner with each individual author to meet you where you are. We will discuss your purpose for writing a book. We talk about your time frame. We talk about standards. Your book is a representation of you. By extension, when you work with Pages & Pie Publishing, it is a representation of us. This makes us partners in the publishing process.

Before your book hits the market, it needs to be well-written, edited with precision, and wrapped with a cover that catches a reader's attention. Only then will your book be ready to be published.
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About Pages & Pie Publishing

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Hi, I'm Angela Hammond Denny, the owner of Pages & Pie Publishing. I’m a wife, a multitasker, and mom, but those are just my roles. I have a degree in professional writing with a minor in creative writing, but that’s just my education. Who am I deep, deep down? I was created to be a writer. My favorite thing to do as a child was to lose myself in a good book. I read everything I could get my hands on, but I fell in love with thrillers! Authors like Mary Higgins Clark, Dean R. Koontz, and John Saul changed my life. I knew from the age of thirteen that I wanted to be a writer.

So, I started writing. I only knew what I had read. Because I didn’t know any better, I wrote in the style of my favorite authors. Which is pretty typical, and a good place to start.

At Pages and Pie Publishing, we want to help you polish your book from the inside out. We offer three styles of edits to take your "B" work to "A" work. We facilitate the process of formatting, cover design, and back cover blurb. We walk you through the whole publishing process so your book is ready to be on the market when we are finished.

If you have written a book but don’t know what to do with it, Pages & Pie Publishing can help.

Tiffany Avery

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Senior Editor, Ghostwriter, Fiction Writer
 
Tiffany Avery is a passionate writer and editor who has a BA in English from Park University and an MA in Professional and Technical Writing from Missouri State University.

She writes both fiction and creative nonfiction and will soon have two short stories published. The first is “Fear—Cut Sling Load,” which will be published in Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors, vol. 10. The second is “At the Gas Station,” which will be published in the online literary journal Please See Me. She is also currently working on a thriller novel.

Outside of writing and editing, Tiffany serves as a Food Service Technician Warrant Officer in the Missouri National Guard.

Her top priority in life is her role as mom to a teenage daughter, Scarlett, and a baby daughter, Lilly. Her girls provide her inspiration and drive!

Sabrina Wagganer

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Copy Editor

Sabrina Wagganer is a first-generation college student who will graduate with a BS in Professional Writing in December of 2021. 

A writer and editor, Sabrina is passionate about creative nonfiction and fiction.  She has published on Atlas Obscura and writes for the Missouri State University’s English Department blog.  She is the creator of  The Jacqueline Project, a blog highlighting women who rock their corner of the small business world.  She also ghostwrites and is currently working on her own first novel, a true-crime thriller.

Sabrina, a former massage therapist and educator, has been a small business owner since 2007 and is passionate about the success of small businesses.  She enjoys a variety of interests, including photography, listening to true crime podcasts, discovering locally owned eateries, and visiting little-known tourist attractions while traveling with her partner.