PaperFields Press – A February Debut

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Greetings, everyone! I would like to share with you the most exciting news of 2015 for me:

On this day, the planing, imagination, determination, belief, dreaming, the power of words, the blood of poetry, the infective fictive lines of novels, the haze : of two writers, myself and B.G. Bowers,  imploded to color this first day of February as the day we opened the doors of our own publishing house!

Please welcome PaperFields Press into the literary and publishing world! We invite you to celebrate, smile with us and join the toast, because we plan to enrich your reading and publishing experience both, this year and for many more years to come.

We would appriciate it if you would stop by to our page, follow us, support us, spread the word, ask us questions and give us your best wishes:


You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr

We have upcoming releases, literary news, giveaways, articles, you name it! We want to hear your thoughts and your questions and concerns and to get to know more about what kind of publishing we do ( the good one, I assure you!).

Thank you for your time and see you in the literary world!

Sow (your words). Reap (your writing.) Read ( (your) books.)


~ by Oloriel on February 1, 2015.

33 Responses to “PaperFields Press – A February Debut”

  1. Congratulations.

  2. Wonderful news and exciting, wishing you many years of success!

    • Thank you very much!I just discovered your writing, I am looking forward to reading more!
      Have a wonderful week and thank you for your support!

  3. Kudos. Big step, I wish you success.

  4. Bravo! Svako dobro i puno uspjeha vam zelim! 🙂

  5. Awesome!! Congrats.

  6. Svaka čast! Hitam da vidim! 🙂

  7. Wow! This is such a fantastic news. Wishing you all the success. Congratulations!!

  8. What wonderful news! Congratulations — and best wishes for much fulfillment and success.

    • Thank you very much for the support! I hope my parcel arrives to you very soon, and I hope in the future, I can set up some newsletter list, so you can enjoy new stamps often 🙂

  9. Congratulations, this is just wonderful news, best of luck with your new venture.

    • Thank you very much for your support and well wishes! It warms our hearts and our pens to know other writers and poets appriciate and love what we are set to do 🙂

  10. Well, this is exciting!! Congratulations. 🙂 Love the name.

  11. Congrat!!!

  12. Wow! So, it has happened. Congratulations. 🙂 I wish you both a lot of success in this endeavor.

  13. Great News!

  14. Already looking at what I am going to send your way!
    Well done ladies!


  15. posted a link on my facebook and baldmythology twitter account for you, pal. I cherish your kindness and hope to return it. best wishes from baldy x

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