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Milt Mays
Milt Mays was winner of the Paul Gillette Writers Award in 2011. He grew up in Colorado, graduated from the Naval Academy and traveled the world as a Navy doctor. Two prequel novels are: The Next Day and Dan’s War. His website is www.miltmays.com.
Susan J. Lewis
Susan J. Lewis, Ph.D., J.D., is a multi-credentialed mental health professional with the unique combination of licensed psychologist, forensic psychologist, and attorney. She has 25 years of experience in clinical practice with unique populations who suffer from severe and persistent mental illness. Dr. Lewis is a sought-after consultant, and as...
Charlene Johnson
Charlene is a Paranormal Romance author from Sacramento, California. She is married and has a son, a daughter and four grandchildren. She graduated cum laude from Waynesburg College with a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts. Books have always been her passion. She started reading at an early age...
Leigh Fossan
Painting Blue Water by Leigh Fossan - Katherine Ross, a struggling artist-turned-successful-businesswoman, has a life many would envy. At only thirty-one years old, Katherine runs one of the top luxury real-estate firms in Manhattan, and she lives in a fabulous loft with her dreamy husband. That is, of course, until...
Darlien C. Breeze
Darlien C. Breeze came to writing after a career in education. She owned an import/export business, and a beauty salon among other businesses. Raised on a copper and gold mine she brings many unique experiences to her writing. Her publications include a children’s book, Small Pony; and novels, Ghosts &...
Dr. Robert E. Arnold
Captain Robert E. Arnold, M.D. is a retired Naval Surgeon who spent 20 years collecting the evidence. Capt. Arnold was an instructor in Advanced Trauma Life Support for the Department of Defense.
June Trop
June Trop and her twin sister Gail wrote their first story, "The Steam Shavel [sic]," when they were six years old growing up in rural New Jersey. They sold it to their brother Everett for two cents. "I don't remember how I spent my share," June says....
Paul A. Barra
Paul A. Barra, a former naval officer who was decorated for his work on the rivers of the Mekong Delta, including Republic of Vietnam medals, the Bronze Star with Combat “V” and the Combat Action Ribbon, worked as a reporter and chemistry teacher after the war. He was the senior...
Maralee Lowder
Maralee Lowder is a writer of many genres - romance, historicals, humorous, and metaphysical fiction. While living in Dunsmuir, California, she heard stories of the haunted old mortuary on Sacramento Street, down by the railroad tracks. The writer part of her brain could not dismiss the stories she...
Amber Belldene
Amber Belldene grew up on the Florida panhandle swimming with alligators, climbing oak trees and diving for scallops...when she could pull herself away from a book. As a child, she hid her Nancy Drew novels inside the church bulletin and read mysteries during sermons--an irony that is not lost on...
Laura Scott
A nurse by day and an author by night, Laura Scott has written 50 books for Harlequin. To Love is the launch book in her new family series, The McNallys releasing on Sept. 4, 2018.
Brian S. Leon
Brian S. Leon is truly a jack of all trades and a master of none. He writes just to do something with all the useless degrees and skills he's accumulated over the years. Most of them have no practical application in civilized society, anyway. His interests include mythology and fishing,...
Sheila Lowe
Like her fictional character Claudia Rose in the award-winning Forensic Handwriting Mysteries series, Sheila Lowe is a real-life forensic handwriting expert. She holds a Master of Science degree in psychology and has taught forensic handwriting examination at the University of California Riverside Campus in the CSI Certificate program and at...
Karen Kay
Multi-published Author of American Indian Historical Romances, KAREN KAY has been praised by reviewers and fans alike for bringing insights into the everyday life of the American Indian culture of the past. As Reviewer, Suzanne Tucker, once wrote, “Ms. Kay never fails to capture the pride, the passion and...
Scott Kaelen
Scott Kaelen writes in the genres of epic fantasy, science fiction, horror, humour, poetry and non-fiction. His latest published work is the novel The Blighted City. His current project is a second novel in the Fractured Tapestry series. Scott’s interests include etymology, psychology, prehistoric Earth, the Universe, cRPGs, and...
Cyndi Friberg
Anything-but-Ordinary is Cyndi's creed and her writing reflects her dedication to the concept. She writes in a variety of genres, but seems happiest in outer space. Her books frequently appear on Best-Seller lists, and TAKEN BY STORM was named Best Fantasy/Science Fiction Romance of the year by Romance Reviews Today....
Edward M. Krauss
Edward M. Krauss is a writer and mediator living in Columbus, Ohio. He is author of three novels: Solomon the Accountant, a gentle love story set in a middle-class Jewish community in 1950; Here on Moon, a story of deceit, divorce, and recovery; and A Story of Bad, two stories...
Kia Carrington-Russell
Kia Carrington-Russell grew up in the Darling Downs Region in Queensland, Australia. Graduating High School, she pursued a career in freelance journalism. In 2014, having always had a passion for writing fiction, she decided to follow her dream of becoming an accomplished author. During the...
Robert Crown
How Does a Child's Life Change When His Mother Tries to Murder Him? It's one of the most profound betrayals imaginable, and it can follow the victim into adulthood, into all he does with his life, tainting his sense of self and his relationships with others. How does a man's...
JJ Flowers
Most of JJ Flowers' published books are historical romance novels (Avon Books, Zebra Books,) many of which actually won awards and one of these awards was almost considered prestigious. She finally stopped being able to write these novels when she began having fantasies of killing off her heroines—in really dreadful...
Aalia Lanius
Aalia Lanius; storyteller, survivor, and a woman dedicated to reminding others that there is always hope in the dark, drawing you in with her spirit and vulnerability. Based on personal experiences, she writes and speaks on topics such as survival of childhood molestation & teenage sexual assault, attempted suicide,...
Leslie Hachtel
Leslie Hachtel was born in Ohio, raised in New York and has been a gypsy most of her adult life. Her various jobs, including licensed veterinary technician, caterer, horseback riding instructor for the disabled and advertising media buyer have given her a wealth of experiences. However,...
Henry Hoffman
Henry Hoffman is a former newspaper editor and public library director whose works have appeared in a variety of literary and trade publications. He is the author of the Adam Fraley Mystery Series and is a past recipient of the Florida Publishers Association's Gold Medal Award for Florida Fiction. ...
James Masciarelli
James Masciarelli is a writer, entrepreneur, and storyteller with deep experience of the human condition from his work with individuals, families, and organizations in crisis, growth and change. Writing and use of story enabled him to move ideas through organizations in his social work, human resource, and business career. His...
Jamila Mikhail
Jamila Mikhail, or simply Mila for short, was born in British Columbia, Canada in 1996 and now lives in Ottawa, the city of her dreams, with her cat Squeaker. In 2018 she was one of the people who received the title of Top Writer on Quora and over the years...
Michal Pawlicki
[pɑˈvlɪtski] Born in 1987, Michal Pawlicki has three favorite songs. His work is not his life and his first name is roughly pronounced like the Chinese word for “hi.” As chance would have it, he lives and parties mostly in Warsaw. Recently a distant cousin...
Darcy Deming
Darcy Deming is a Cherokee Metis trained Shaman whose footsteps along the Good Red Road lead her to a cave on a sacred mountain where Sage Stone – The Magic Between the Worlds, was born. Throughout her life, growing up on a forty-acre farm in Upstate New York,...
Loralyn Mears
Musings on work, life and love by a remarkable octogenarian. Born as a child of The Great Depression, she left the farm in Nebraska to dance with the stars on the hills of Hollywood then moved on up to The Big Apple to become a vital part of advertising’s Golden...
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Barbara Townsend’s writing journey began at the University of Wyoming. During her first fiction writing class she felt compelled to write a mystery. The thought of twists, turns, red herrings, clues and making them all fit into one story fascinated her. That first short story, Murder at Wainwright, she later...
Gordon Cope
Gordon Cope has been a professional writer for over 30 years, working as a reporter at the Calgary Herald and as an international correspondent for major journals in Canada, the US and the UK. He was a finalist for the W.O. Mitchell Award for his debut travel memoir, A Paris...
Colette Tozer
Colette Tozer lives in Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey, with her amazing husband, Rodney and spoiled Chiweenie, Nala. Colette has a passion for writing (and coffee) that has guided her all throughout her life. She loves all kinds of stories but has a strict persuasion towards...
TJ Mott
TJ Mott grew up on a small cattle farm near the booming metropolis of Westboro, Missouri (population ~140). He holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Northwest Missouri State University and works as a software engineer in Omaha, Nebraska. He's always been a nerd with a...
Hargrove Perth
Hargrove Perth is an award winning author in the paranormal genre where her books encompass everything from horror to para-romance and fantasy. She currently resides somewhere in the Midwest with her husband and her adored black cat, in a nondescript little house filled with unlimited dreams, and the open invitation...
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Christopher Bowron has always loved a great story, and possesses a unique gift of the magic to tell one. He can be described as a “thriller writer, with a mysterious undertone,” who can take his readers on believable journeys to the sharp edge of reality and the paranormal. The...
Sylvester Boyd Jr.
Sylvester Boyd Jr. is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He received an Assoc. in Arts Degree/Kennedy King College, and a B.A. degree from Chicago State University in geography, with a minor in history. During the ‘70s, he worked for American Airlines as a crew chief. For over 20 years, he...
Bill Pinnell
While teaching in a university theatre department, Pinnell accumulated both local and national awards for teaching excellence. He was a theatre director, designer and scenic artist, and also authored three textbooks and two plays. THE OFFSPRING is his first novel.
Richard Barager
By day I’m a nephrologist, treating dialysis patients and kidney transplant recipients. By night I write fiction. I believe the two finest callings in life are doctor and writer, one ministering to the human condition, the other illuminating it, each capable of transforming it. I earned BA...
Allison B Collins
Award winning author Allison B. Collins is a fifth generation Texan, so it’s natural for her to love all things Western. It’s a tough job to spend evenings writing about cowboys, rodeos, and precocious children, but Allison is willing to do it to bring them all to life. She lives...
Michael R. Burns
Michael Burns has a BS in Psychology and MS in Management from Texas A&M University. He spent eleven years working for Southwestern Bell and AT&T in sales and marketing. Mr. Burns has founded and operated three telecom companies over the last thirty five years. He has also written two other...
Judith Bognar Bean
The author recounts the seven-decade Saga of her 1956 Hungarian Refugee family, as a memoir presented in “Story Form,” with historical perspective. Jozsef F. Bognar, a renowned musician and Freedom Fighter, with a death sentence inflicted upon him by the Soviet Army, makes a death-defying escape...
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