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Therese Park
Therese Park came to the United States to be a cellist with the Kansas City Philharmonic (now the Kansas City Symphony) in 1966. After 30 years, she retired and began writing. Her first novel A Gift of the Emperor (published in 1997) is about a Korean schoolgirl forced into military...
Jenni Barnett was born and raised in South Australia. During her college education at Glenelg, the author developed an interest in archaeology and indigenous societies. Further to an extensive nursing career, Jennifer embarked on studies in traditional medicine with which she is still involved. As a registered...
RA Winter
Writers of many genres. Most are about Native Americans.
Ronesa Aveela grew up in Bulgaria and moved to the US where she completed her Master’s degree in Boston. She is the author of stories inspired by the magic of Bulgarian, Thracian, and Slavic mythology.
Gregory Erich Phillips
For a prolific literary family, Gregory Erich Phillips tells aspirational stories through strong, relatable characters that transcend time and place. Living in Seattle, Washington, he is also an accomplished tango dancer and musician.
JAX lives and writes in the U.S. He divides his time between Montana and the American Southwest. He has also traveled to many parts of the world including the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia and he hasn’t done it as part of a tourist package. His keen interest...
Ronesa Aveela Old
Ronesa Aveela is a proud Bulgarian-American who was born and raised in Bulgaria. She wanted to study art, but her life put her in an accounting major in college, where she came to realize that numbers were her kryptonite. By day, she works to pay her bills and buys chocolate...
Effie Kammenou Speyer
In the year 1956, Anastacia Fotopoulos finds herself pregnant and betrayed, fleeing from a bad marriage. With the love and support of her dear friends Stavros and Soula Papadakis, Ana is able to face the challenges of single motherhood. Left with emotional wounds, she resists her growing affection for Alexandros...
Roselyn Jewell
I'm an author, a wife, a mother, a friend, a sister, a daughter, and so much more! I've always loved reading and found myself wanting to continue the stories I loved so much, which is how I started writing. Now I've finally reached my dream of being published. My novels...
Erik D. Weiss
A native of New Haven, CT., Erik D. Weiss grew up in a college town, and was accordingly nurtured by the artes liberales. He studied history at Yale College before pursuing a career in medicine/radiology. Having traveled extensively, Dr. Weiss has varied interests that span literature, history, and science, and...
Robert Jackson
Robert Jackson was an educator before working in his first loves writing & art. These reflect his interest in the culture and history of America and his wife's homeland, the Philippines. The latter was once America's biggest and farthest colony. The couple lived in the Repúblika ng Pilipinás for several...
Melody Clark
Melody Clark has been writing professionally for thirty years.
S. J. Francis
BIO: S. J. Francis is a freelance writer with over three hundred publication credits, a University Lecturer with doctorates in English, Mass Communications and Law, and most recently, a novelist. Francis writes for many publications, as well as regularly contributing to the local newspaper. Francis’ background also encompasses working as...
Ryan Goodrich
A controversial collection of poetry on modern warfare and American politics.
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Asian-American fiction with a geriatric twist
Christopher Fernandes
Author of the Magic series including Southern Magic and Desert Magic.
Karen Wyld
An Australian author that practices genre-fusion; borrowing elements of literary fiction, magic realism and vintage storytelling to produce works that are unashamedly whimsical, allegorical and thought-provoking.
L. J. LaBarthe
L. J. LaBarthe writes about relationships for the ages--from stories set in the past to those set in the future, there is something for everyone looking for GBLT romance.
Thomas Jerome Baker
Thomas Jerome Baker has written the following genres: English Language Teaching, EFL, ESL, ELL, TESOL, IATEFL, middle-grade, young adult, romance, fantasy, short stories, historical fiction, autobiographical, and sports history/biography.
Jessie Cox
Author of the Ray Corngrower Series
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