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Follow me at my  Facebook Page V. T. Davy
Born in London, Vic Tanner Davy now lives in the Channel Islands. When not working in an office crunching numbers, Vic is a writer of L.G.B.T. and historical fiction. Vic has been a writer and amateur historian for decades, with a special interest in British history between the wars, and the German occupation of the Channel Islands (1940-1945). Vic’s first novel, Black Art, is a thriller featuring Arty Shaw, the world’s first female-to-male transgender genealogist/detective. It was named one of Kirkus Reviews’ top 100 books of 2012. Vic’s writing also examines issues of gender and sexuality, an area in which Vic is interested, being transgendered. Vic’s second novel, A Very Civil Wedding, is a lesbi ... read more
Latest book: A Very Civil Wedding

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Jack Scott
Jack Scott was born on a British army base in Canterbury, England in 1960 and spent part of his childhood in Malaysia as a ‘forces brat’. A fondness for men in uniforms quickly developed. At the age of eighteen and determined to dodge further education, Jack became a shop boy on Chelsea’s trendy King’s Road: ‘Days on the tills and nights on the tiles were the best probation for a young gay man about town.’ After two carefree years, Jack swapped sales for security and got a proper job with a pension attached. By his late forties, passionately dissatisfied with suburban life and middle management, he and his Civil Partner Liam abandoned the sanctuary of liberal London for an uncertain future in Turke ... read more
Latest book: Turkey, the Raw Guide

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Janice L. Davis
Janice L. Davis lives in Florence, AL with her husband, Roy. She wrote a humor column for the local magazine, The Shoals Woman, for three years. Janice is in the Shoals Dulcimer and Folk Music Assn, and plays the dulcimer. She is a proud grandmother of two adorable little girls.
Latest book: The Murder of Leo Young

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Hunter T. Castle
Hunter T. Castle has lived or spent considerable time in India, Vancouver B.C., Albuquerque, Portland-OR, Los Angeles, Seattle, New York, San Diego, Prague, London, Berlin, Sydney and Poland. The author currently lives in San Francisco, California, writing full time, playing with dogs, rabbits, owls and chickens...and occasionally chasing monkeys. For more information about Hunter T. Castle, visit the author’s Facebook page at:
Latest book: Maya Papaya

Follow me at my  Facebook Page King kObOkO
King kObOkO na 4people: Writer, Blogger, Singer & Laughter
Latest book: ejaculations

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Norm Clark
At the tender age of eight, Norm Clark acquired a copy of "The Wizard of Oz" and became a voracious reader, which unwittingly sowed the seeds of a dream to write. Many years later, Ken Follett's "Eye of the needle" gave birth to the repressed desire to author novels, and it set the genre. The need to provide food and shelter forced his dream to the back burner, but he spent his free time studying the creative writing process until able to begin his first action novel. The favorable reception of "Resurrected" encouraged him to continue with his dream.

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Sharon Edwards
Please be sure to "like" Sharon Edwards Novels on Facebook and follow me on Twitter! I was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee (not saying when), but I moved to Idaho when I was just two months old. So while I definitely consider myself an Idahoan, I do have a love for the south. I have a fascination, though, with the granite peaks and vast pine forests of the northwest, which is why I have partly located the books I have published so far in these places. I love to relax and write, gazing upon the Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho, or explore the wonders of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. All of these places are not far from where I live, and I spend as much time there as I can. I’m a wife to a wonderful ... read more
Latest book: When I Remember

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Lesa R. Walker
As a bit of history, I am a physician and have worked in the field of public health and preventive medicine for over 30 years. I obtained my MD from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas and my MPH from the University of Texas School of Public Health in Houston. I am board certified in General Preventive Medicine and Public Health and completed my Preventive Medicine/Public Health residency at the University of Michigan. I worked for 24 years as Medical Director of the Texas Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program at the Texas Department of State Health Services and feel very passionate and committed to quality of care for children and adults with disabilities. My passions in life ar ... read more
Latest book: Olymp-i-a Peace Challenge 1

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Lana Penrose
Bestselling author Lana Penrose was born in Sydney, Australia. Her various incarnations have included record company promotions gal, music journalist, MTV producer and personal assistant to an iconic pop sensation known the world over. She also did a brief stint with Simon Cowell. Along the way she moved to Greece and penned the acclaimed bestseller 'To Hellas & Back' as her mind melted. Her second release 'Kickstart My Heart' followed. Both madcap memoirs were originally released through Penguin/Viking. Both were extremely well received. Lana has appeared on national breakfast television and she and her books have featured in Vogue, Cleo, Madison, Famous, Woman's Day, That's Life and numerous newspapers and ... read more
Latest book: Addicted to Love

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Dale B Mattheis
Submarine medical officer, general physician, psychiatrist, sailor, master bread baker and wanderer – Dale B, Mattheis has seen a lot, learned a lot, and eventually was moved to capture some of those insights in the science-fiction series, The Alarai Chronicles. Exile to the Stars and books that follow in this series resulted after five years of writing, editing, and learning the trade. Each book is packed with adventure, exploration, and amazing new vistas that challenge the will to survive. The author understands what physical and psychological survival.
Latest book: Songs of Deep Green

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Timothy Warren
I am a Christ Follower, Entrepreneur, Solutionist, Author of How To Get Hired in 11 Days, Athlete, and Aspiring Exotic Car Owner. I am passionate about helping people achieve their dreams and goals and I love helping people find gainful employment.
Latest book: How to Get Hired in 11 Days

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Jessica Cartwright
Jessica Cartwright lives in Sydney Australia with her husband. When she is not writing Jessica loves travelling, reading any book she can find and watching crime shows on television. Jessica is currently writing her next series that will be due for release in January 2013.
Latest book: Stolen Beauty

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Aron Myers
Aron Myers, Ph.D., has written and produced syndicated radio and television projects with National Public Radio (NPR), Public Radio International (PRI), PBS, and both Universal and Warner Bros. studios. Myers is director of the award-winning Marketing and Communications office for the Division of Student Affairs at Florida State University, and is currently developing print, television, and film projects for major networks.
Latest book: The Season of Summer

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Kate Kulig
Kate Kulig was born in Saugus, Massachusetts and denies all responsibility for the hospital burning down at a later date. Her first story that generated a positive response was, "If I were the Easter Bunny," when she was in first grade. She graduated from Hofstra University with a BA in Communications and a minor in English. Five states, several moves and more than a few careers later, including time spent as a disc jockey, stage manger, delivery driver, bookseller and a memorable temp job counting arrows, she found herself in Connecticut. By day she is a project manager in New York City with a ludicrous commute that leaves a lot of time for reading. When not working, reading, or writing, she can be found pro ... read more
Latest book: Snow Job

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Gail McGaffigan
Isn't it hard to find something good to read sometimes? I know the feeling. It's tough to find a book that's clean, but not boring; with honorable characters with whom you feel a kinship. I am dedicated to creating wholesome, enjoyable books for you and your family, because I create them for my family, as well. If you're expecting to read about how it was always my dream to be a writer, you might be disappointed: I am sort of a reluctant author. My interest in writing grew from my fascination with mostly-forgotten American books of the 19th and early 20th centuries; not so much the great classics, but good dimestore, bread-and-butter-type books. Their material is so incredibly good, and I love the values, but ... read more
Latest book: The Classical Reader: Short Stories of Action & Adventure

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Olinda P. Gil
Olinda P. Gil foi colaboradora no DN Jovem, suplemento do Diário de Notícias. Participou com outros colaboradores do suplemento no site e jotalinks. Foi 3º prémio no concurso literário "Lisboa à Letra" em 2004, na categoria de prosa. Foi selecionada no "4º Concurso de Mini-Contos do IST Taguspark". Tem textos publicados nas revistas Ao Sul de Nenhum Norte, Bang! e Nanozine. Publicou nas colectâneas Ocultos Buracos e Beijos de Bicos da Pastelaria Studios Editora. Escreve no blog:
Latest book: Contos Breves - Selecção de Natal - Especial Juvenil

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Joe B. Hewitt
Author Joe B. Hewitt started writing as a newspaper reporter for the Lima, Ohio, News. He covered the police beat, courthouse beat, and was an investigative reporter. He went under cover for three months and published an expose of vice and crime. He served as national and international news editor and “slot” man on the city desk. He owned and published the following Texas weekly newspapers, Throckmorton Tribune, and Springtown Review, and was a stockholder, editor and publisher of the Richardson Digest. His newspaper career ended when he was called into the ministry. While still a seminary student he started the Richardson East Baptist Church, Richardson, Texas. By the time he graduated from seminary his ... read more
Latest book: My Love, My Enemy

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Big Mike
Big Mike, with the permission and help of his father, is a ten year old writing stories to deal with a problem: he needs an Alienware gaming computer so he can play his favorite game, World War Two Online, and his father was NOT going to buy him one... but his father WILL let him earn one.
Latest book: The Missing Child

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Alessia Mattei
Hi. I'm Alessia. By day I am a college student majoring in marketing/advertising. By night I am a writer. I love to write, as evidenced by the book I wrote. I have always been an avid reader. Avid reading seems to be a gateway to writing, I always have a book(s) with me. At one point I carried around a hardcover Harry Potter book in my purse everywhere I went the summer I decided to re-read the series. I have a tendency to read multiple books at once. Don't ask me to name my favorite book because I can't name just one. I will end up listing several books. Some series I love are the Harry Potter series, the Sookie Stackhouse novels, the Twilight series and the Hunger Games books. Some other books which I adore a ... read more
Latest book: The Middle Realm

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Anthony Arsenault
I was born on a cold October day in 1975. Born into a poor family, I had little, but needed for nothing. My love for words became apparent to my family at a young age, when I took to reading, and always had to have a book. This love for books continued on, and soon I was putting my own words to paper. I was always a fan of creative writing, and often impressed my grade school teachers with my fantastic stories. At the age of 15, I wrote a poem called "Abused" for a grade 9 poetry assignment. I assure you I wasn't abused as a child, but the power ofthe poem brought the adminstration of the school to the class room with a barrage of questions. After assuring them I was taken care of, they praised my work. four ... read more
Latest book: Words Flow Eternal

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Custard Marks
Name: Custard Marks Occupation: Paranormal enthusiast Likes: Reading books about unexplained phenomena, laser tag, investigating strange occurences, antacids, orange-vanilla twist cones, hay-diving in the barn, climbing trees, and Strawberry Crazy Cow. Areas of Special Interest: Bigfoot, Coral Castle, UFOs, Loch Ness monster, telekinesis, and extra-sensory perception, to name a few. Dislikes: Bullies, eyeglasses, flag football, the dark, bats (the flying kind in the barn), bats (the swinging kind in Little League), prejudiced people, the bus, nightmares, the Crooked Tree, and Chocolate Crazy Cow. Favorite Place: The Rockpile Motto: "The Truth Awaits."
Latest book: CustardQuest I - The Real-Life, True Treasure-Hunt Game

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Independent Forum for Faith and Media
The Independent Forum for Faith and Media (IFFM; formerly the Independent Forum for Religious Broadcasting – founded 1994) is devoted to promoting spirituality and faith in all aspects of broadcasting, including electronic media. The IFFM exists to promote four aspects of faith based broadcasting: - programmes of worship, teaching or pastoral care for the adherents of the various faiths present in SA - educational programming to assist the South African public to understand the faith communities present in the country - the presentation of the view point of faith based communities on moral and ethical matters or issues of current concern which may be presented or debated in the media - networking to create ... read more
Latest book: Religions in South Africa, Vol.3: Buddhism

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Lane Diamond
Lane Diamond is the pen name for David Lane. He grew up in Algonquin, Illinois, where he graduated from Harry D. Jacobs High School in 1978. After a short college stint, he served in the U.S. Air Force at Ramstein AB, Germany, 1980-1982, and at Lowry AFB, Denver, CO, 1982-1983. For more, please visit his website and blog.
Latest book: Pardonne-Moi, Alex (Forgive Me, Alex - French Edition)

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Timothy Rodgers
I am a simple guy dealing with some complicated issues. I believe there should be no compromise when it comes to the Bill of Rights.
Latest book: More Pieces of the Soul

Follow me at my  Facebook Page J Kryzaniwskyj
I am just a girl that was lucky enough to grow up in a family that enjoy to travel. So these books are about how we use to travel by plane and car. As I grew up the traveling did not stop. Living down south gave me more places to visit.
Latest book: Kryzaniwskyj Family Trip New Country

Follow me at my  Facebook Page D.T. Conklin
D.T. Conklin is a writer, and he uses words. Some days, he likes to think he uses them well. Other days, he cries. The poor guy loves fantasy, and he’s rigorously dreamed of being published, recommended, and perhaps even worshipped. He’d also be very content to clean Patrick Rothfuss’s shoes. Lofty goals. Maybe. You can visit his website, or find him online at Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads. Become a minion, and he can raise his minion count to 17. He’d like that.
Latest book: Eulogy

Follow me at my  Facebook Page mattesa powell
I’m in the process of publishing my first novel, Love’s Maze. It has been a life-long dream to become a published author. My passion for books blossomed into my opinion works of the heart. I have often been told that I have somewhat of a “flare” for telling stories. For years, I’ve created, developed and nurtured my writings. I’m a single mother of two sons and legally blind. 19yrs ago, I was diagnosed with open-angular glaucoma and currently completely blind in my right eye. Even though, at times it seems difficult to write and I have to work twice as hard as most writers, I press forward. I’m committed as well as dedicated to promoting my craft. With publishing Love’s Maze, I can inspire my so ... read more

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Tim Westover
Tim Westover, a graduate of Davidson College and the University of Georgia, lives in suburban Atlanta. Westover is an established writer in the International Language Esperanto; his short story collection Marvirinistrato [Mermaid Street] was published in 2009, and his stories appear in translation in the anthology Star in a Night Sky (Francis Boutle Publishers, UK). Born in the north, educated in England, and frequent visitor to Russia, he found his home in the North Georgia mountains, where his first novel, Auraria, is set. In addition to writing, Westover busies himself with programming, playing the clawhammer banjo, and raising his one-year-old daughter to be a modern American eccentric.
Latest book: Marvirinstrato: Originalaj noveloj en Esperanto (Esperanto Edition)

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Carla BeDell
Growing up the youngest of seven kids, I always looked at life a little differently. As long as I could remember, I wanted to travel and someday, write a book. My favorite memories are of my parents stuffing 7 kids in a truck camper and taking off on a two-week vacation across the USA. We went everywhere in that truck camper: Canada, Washington DC, South Dakota, Niagara Falls, even New York City. The residents of Harlem did a double-take when they a camper from Illinois, filled with white kids, pass through their streets. It was an adventure. I love adventure. When I married my husband, Dan, we had no money and really, really low paying jobs. We decided, against everyone’s better judgment, to put all our belo ... read more
Latest book: A Life Without Borders

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Nicholas Vince
Nicholas Vince played The Chatterer Cenobite in Clive Barker's Hellraiser and in its sequel Hellbound: Hellraiser II. He played Kinski in Barker's Nightbreed. For Marvel Comics he wrote the series of comics 'Warheads' and 'Mortigan Goth' plus stories for the 'Hellraiser' and 'Nightbreed' comics.

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Areya K. Branxton-Chase
Areya K. Branxton-Chase started her writing career with fan fiction before branching out and writing her first original work: Surrender: The 7 Day Theory, following that work up with its sequel, The Days Continued. Her wildly anticipated next work, A Day with a Master will be hitting shelves later this fall. She enjoys football and lives on in Maryland.

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Luca Rossi
Research, science, science fiction and high technology: this is the world of Luca Rossi, and the main themes that run through his literary work. He believes the internet provides a tool to bring people together and make the world a more open, fair and democratic place. In 2013 he published Galactic Energies, a collection of short stories set in a universe where not just the laws of physics, but also the laws of eros, passion, desire and the spirit are a little different than our own. He was born in Turin on April 15th, 1977. He likes to ride his bike, take walks through nature and spend most of his free time with his family.
Latest book: Fantasmi e Fenomeni Paranormali -La Maledizione di Ondine-

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Kal S. Davian
While writing is near the top of my list, I also enjoy reading, disc golfing, graphic art, 3d modelling, programming, dabbling in theoretical and astrophysics, playing video games, and watching my children grow. I am always growing as a writer, but I know what I enjoy and what I want to write about. Most of my time is devoted to writing my life's work, Nihilian Effect.
Latest book: Branding of a Heretic

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Justin Calvin
I was born in Brunswick, OH where I lived out my childhood; drawing, watching cartoons, and playing with friends. Later on I attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, where I earned a Bachelor of Science in Media Arts & Animation. As much as I love 2D/3D art, I found a true passion in writing and designing games. Since moving to Bluffton, SC, I have started an indie game studio, where I'm busy working on my first game, as well as, writing a large amount of Sword & Sorcery novels, novellas, and short stories, which I hope to release soon.
Latest book: A Pig Among Men

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Eugene Datta
Eugene Datta's writings have appeared in the Far Eastern Economic Review, The Telegraph, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and various literary journals and anthologies. He lives and works in Aachen, Germany.

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Lisa Grace
The "Angel Series" has been optioned for a major movie and is now in the development phase through Motion Picture Pro Studios. They've been involved with five academy award winning films. Best pet I ever had: opossum. He makes an appearance in one of my books. I write an article every other Thursday for "Eye on the Paranormal." My most popular articles: "Are there animals in heaven?", "Measuring and Attracting Supernatural Creatures", and a three part series "Christians and Communicating with the Dead." I'm on the panel for the Indie Authors Web TV Show, hosted by Jason Matthews on the Hangout Networks, airing live 9pm Est on Monday nights. I'm a wife, mom, and enjoy rehabbing wildlife. Wildlife tip: When y ... read more
Latest book: Angel in the Ice, Book 3 by Lisa Grace (Angel Series)

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Stacey Coverstone
Stacey Coverstone is a multi-published author of both contemporary and historical western romance, romantic suspense, Gothics, and ghost stories. She lives in Maryland with her husband and their dogs, cats, and a paint horse named Bill. They have two grown daughters and a baby granddaughter. When Stacey is not writing, she enjoys traveling, target shooting, reading, photography, and making scrapbooks of her adventures.
Latest book: Secrets of Seacliff House

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Marshall Zann
I've been writing music and poetry since I was very young. I grew up in the suburbs and loved nature, the paranormal, astronomy, theology, and philosophy. Aside from a few authors, (H.P. Lovecraft, Stephen King, J.R.R. Tolkien.)Most of my real influences were musicians, Poets, scientists, film directors, artists, and people I've known throughout my life.
Latest book: Bloom

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Cora Star
Cora Star has loved writing since she was 12. It's been her passion along with anthropology, science, forensics. and of course, fashion. Her motto is to 'Live like a Star. Dress like a Star. Be a Star.' She prefers to name her location in Starland because that is exactly where she is...
Latest book: Indignation

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Alberto Nothnagel
I hold degrees in Law, Psychology and I am a Life Coach. I have been in management positions for most of my life. After all the theory and practice, I believe there is no better tool than common sense. The Management Triangle is the first of my writings aimed at the guys who are the jam in the sandwich - the managers who have to convert the strategic fantasies of the executive into practice that the guys on the floor can turn into money - and any manager will tell you that this layer of jam is not sweet! My other writing personas are A Grant ( the dark novelist) Bruno Sentinel (he is the poet and philosopher) and Blake Strong (the dirty minded one) Feel free to follow my blog http://albertodabull.wordpress ... read more
Latest book: The Basic Management Triangle

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Aya Walksfar
Born on the wrong side of life,I learned to make myself invisible, to be so quiet that no one noticed me in the shadows. My illiterate grandfather, and nearly illiterate grandmother valued books and education; consequently, they coaxed a Carnegie Librarian to teach me to read and write by age six. When I was nine years old, my grandfather was murdered; the killer never apprehended. Writing allowed me to deal with my anger and grief by changing the ending of that particular reality: I wrote murder stories. I published my first poem and my first journalistic articles around the age of fourteen. It was a time of countrywide unrest and riots. After that, I never stopped writing--poems, articles, short stories, ... read more
Latest book: Dead Men and Cats

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Chris Guebert
Chris Guebert is the President and CEO of My Green Earth LLC. Chris has a BSEE from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He has been an Electrical Engineer for 24 years. Several years ago, Chris became interested in the "green" industry. After several years of studying the "green" industry, Chris decided the best way to help people go green was to show them how to save money and save energy. That's when this book was born. Chris spent several months researching, trying to find the best information to help you save money and save energy. The conclusion of that task, is this book.
Latest book: Gluten & Sugar Free Cooking

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Kris Pearson
Kris writes sizzling contemporary romance, pure and simple. Well, maybe not that pure! They're sexy stories about couples who fall in love, and into bed along the way, just like real people do. If it's fine, she gardens. If it's wet, she writes. And if the writing's going well, the garden can look after itself. She's an advertising copywriter and a decor specialist, and the author of 'The Boat Builder's Bed', of which more than a million were downloaded free. Giving away a taste of her work with this one kick-started sales of all her other novels. Her Heartlands series follows the girls who live deep in the New Zealand countryside. Her seven Wicked In Wellington books are set in the capital city so she can ma ... read more
Latest book: Five Short Romantic Reads

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Tapfuma Munengami
Well my names Tapfuma Gerald Munengami most people refer to me as Storm or Child. I am writer and a musician hence the aliases. I have being writing and doing music as far back as I can remember most probably eight years old. I have had an interesting life when father died and I went silent and was drawn to written words and music to express my emotion. Life has had its ups and downs, but I guess life is a school master and you can’t test a muscle or how much you have grown through time unless you go through the downs and still come up. I try and make music and write to be positive honest and sometimes to address truths society would rather sweep under the rug like fatherless homes and society, racism, and lo ... read more
Latest book: Scarecrow and the Rose

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Kesia Alexandra
Kesia Alexandra is a 24 year old graduate of Boston University. She recently published a young adult novel titled "Freshman Year: Bullies Beware!" which deals with one young girls experience of racism and bullying in an elite private school in Washington DC not dissimilar to the one the author attended, Sidwell Friends School (notable attendees/graduates include Ann Brashares, author of the "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" series, Baratunde Thruston, author of "How to Be Black", Chelsea Clinton and of course the Obama girls). If you would like to connect with Kesia send her a message at Happy reading!
Latest book: Fulfilled

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Remedy Murray
Remedy Murray, Spoken Word Artist/Poet, Writer, and Stage Performer was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. Remedy, the mother of two children, wanted to set a good example by showing them that when you have something in life that you're really passionate about ~ Go for it! This example lead to Remedy releasing her first Spoken Word cd entitled: " A Dose of Remedy" after receiving rave reviews and winning two OHHA awards, Remedy traveled and performed in various cities. It was on the road where Remedy met more than a doze young ladies who told her about their struggles with relationships and thanked her for her uplifting and encouraging words. It was hearing the sadness and confusion from these young women ... read more
Latest book: How to Recognize the Signs of A Bad Relationship

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Juliet Fischer

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Linda McGinnis
Growing up in the San Fernando Valley in Southern California was, for me, idyllic. It was a time before stories of smog, drugs, gangs, terrorists, E.coli, corporate greed, or identity theft were in the news every night. I walked to and from school with my friends, and played dodge ball, hopscotch and jacks during recess. At home we played hide and seek, kick the can, and hit the bat. TV and movies had no ratings and lyrics to songs were easily discernible. My father was a great story teller; so much so that often, we could only distinguish one of his tall tales from the truth by the dimples that appeared even without his smile. He and my mother encouraged my growing imagination and ultimately, I too becam ... read more
Latest book: Devoted to You

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Nancy Gelinas
I've always loved to write - from binders of letters for school friends to long updates for family members via snail mail, words have always been a way for me to forge close relationships with those I love. In 2005, I began to write my first novel, a paranormal romance, "Dreams of Home" and in doing so, I found a new passion. A passion for creating characters, personalities and emotions. I have since written multiple fiction novels, most of them touching on horror.

Follow me at my  Facebook Page Molly M Hall
I’ve spent most of my life in Colorado and currently live just outside of Denver. I write my books on a laptop perched atop a rather creaky desk, surrounded by two crazy and loving cats. I love to travel and have visited 27 of the 50 states, as well as Canada, Ireland and England. And there are still a lot of places I want to go. And go back to. I spent entirely too many years in the gray dullness of the corporate world, imagining exciting adventures as I punched numbers on a keyboard. During that time, I worked on a degree in English Literature, but never quite managed to complete it. Mostly because I was too busy reading and creating fantasy worlds in my head. It’s actually my love of reading and imagini ... read more
Latest book: Whispered Truth