Socialbuzz: Directory of Smashwords Users on Twitter
Follow me on Twitter at pammyls
Pam lives with her husband Bill in Gwinnett County, Georgia. She is the mother of three grown children and has dabbled in creative writing since she could hold a pen. Pam has written poetry, children’s stories and dramatic scripts but her passion and calling is penning fictional novels. Pam currently writes full time and has seven books in print, with more on the way. She can often be found toodling around NE Atlanta, doing book-signings and making appearances when she’s not working hard on her computer.
Pam is a professional member of the Georgia Writers Association.
Follow me on Twitter at garretguy
I am currently a writer who also works full-time as a computer systems architect.
That single sentence crystallises my priorities. Since the first time a story of mine made the rest of the English class screw up their faces in horror and disgust, I've wanted nothing more than to write. I was 12. Later that year I came second in a sponsored writing competition with a short story about how the Sphinx is really a quiescent guardian against alien invaders. I won £10. That was big bucks in 1968.
Since then, real life has stepped in between me and my writing. In my 33-year career in computing I have written dozens of design documents, created and delivered presentations to audiences from 1,000 technical experts to ... read more
Well of Love
Follow me on Twitter at ubgonline
I am author of "Old Networkers Don't Die They Just Burn Out!", Co Founder of ASA Online and my wife and I are Christian Marriage Coaches through our website I AM Love Builders.
One of my lifetime goals is to have 1 Million friends who want to make a positive difference in peoples lives. Although I may never get to a Million Friends and we may never meet in person I would love for you to be one of those friends so please add me to your list. Together we can accomplish great things and Become The Change We Wish To See In The World!!
The Golden Business Solution
Follow me on Twitter at ab_kelly
My name's Andrew Kelly - and I refuse to write my bio in the third person, alright?
First things first: What do I do to pay the mortgage and put food in my kiddies' mouths? Well, I've spent much of my long career in IT helping corporates comply with their legislative, regulatory and information security requirements. It's what I do - and I'm sorry to disappoint - but more often than not I have 'Consultant' somewhere in my title.
Now that we've got that out of the way ... what about my writing? Not so unusually in an author, I was first - and remain - this avid reader of all types of fiction: thrillers, SF, adventure, pulp, fantasy, humour, whatever. The only difference between when I was in short trousers and n ... read more
Follow me on Twitter at mslejean
A freelance acrylic artist, and maker, she has also been writing all her life. Mostly personal short stories from her childhood, she later branched off to on-line magazine articles, and has her own blog as well.
It was natural she pursue her writing further with adding book author to her resume. Her first book is about minimalism, and how it allows for clearing your life for the important things.
Currently, she lives in the suburbs of Atlanta, Ga,, with her husband and crazy little dog.
Look for more topics from the author, coming soon.
Less Stuff, More Life: Minimizing your way to a more enjoyable life
Follow me on Twitter at Abrams Seraphine
Thanks for your interest in my literature. I currently live in California and have been writing for most of my life although this is my first published work. I enjoy to read books in the fantasy genre. My favorite authors are P.C. Cast, Cassandra Claire, Michael Scott, and Stephenie Meyer just to name a few. Mythology and Legends have always captivated me and love to mix them together in my writings.
The idea for Kane And The Elven Realms was first conceived in the fall of 2009. The idea fascinated me for months and so the journey began. This book's characters are extraordinary in that they have the ability to tap into the raw components of Nature (air, earth,water, fire). You will meet Elve ... read more
Kane And The Elven Realms
Follow me on Twitter at WriterJGunn
Jennifer Oneal Gunn
Hello there all! Jennifer Oneal Gunn here and I wanted to tell you a little about me. First off, I'm an Author of Poetry, Dark Fiction, Horror, and Romance. (Yes I said Romance, coming soon, just wait and see!) And I love to read and write of course, an Author's two favorite habits! I also do other things that are far less interesting than being an Author aside from the title 'Mommy.' Now that is one I love.
Angels Above and Below-Test of Remaining Humanity
Follow me on Twitter at CattRudolph
Catherine Rudolph is a minister, public speaker for young people and author. After completing her undergraduate degree in business management and masters degree in education she decided to begin writing books and curriculum.
Her first children's book is available now and several more are one the way. These books are short, full of color and designed to teach life lessons and inspire young readers.
Read and enjoy!
Ellie the Elephant
Follow me on Twitter at chrisclark
Chris has been the pastor of East Clairemont since 1998. Born and raised in Long Beach, Chris was licensed to the ministry in 1979 and ordained in 1988. He is a graduate of California Baptist University (BA, BS) in 1982 as well as from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv) in 1986.
Chris has over 30 years of ministry experience, including 17 years in youth ministry. He is married to Terri, and they have four children.
Chris has a number of interests in addition to helping people discover and do God's will. He enjoys playing golf and softball and trying to stay physically fit. He enjoys watching his kids play sports, play musical instruments, lead cheers, get good grades, and otherwise just grow u ... read more
Clark's Quiet Time Commentaries: 1 Peter
Follow me on Twitter at BreeBellucci
My name is Bree Bellucci. I'm a nurse by day and a sex fiend by night :) Writing sexy smut has been a hobby of mine for years. I started out writing stories for my own pleasure and eventually began sharing with friends. There is no better way to get me horny than reading about a slut doing whatever it takes to please her partner, or partners. The greatest erogenous zone is the mind, and erotica is the best way to turn it on!
There can never be enough good smut, read on, and check my site for updates and new releases!
Follow me on Twitter at cinnabar01
Sherrie Roth grew up in Western Kansas thinking that there was no place in the universe more fascinating than outer space. After her mother vetoed astronaut as a career ambition, she went on to study journalism and physics in hopes of becoming a science writer. She published her first science fiction short story in 1979 and then waited a lot of tables while she looked for inspiration for the next story. When it finally came, it declared to her that it had to be whole book, nothing less. One night, while digesting this disturbing piece of news, she drank way too many shots of ouzo with her boyfriend. She woke up thirty-one years later demanding to know what was going on.
The boyfriend, who she had apparently lo ... read more
Follow me on Twitter at VanessaKEccles
Vanessa K. Eccles has had a writer’s spirit since before she could write. She won her first short story contest and the age of six. She has spent a lifetime developing her skill and love for writing. She completed her first novel Georgia in 2009 and is currently working on her second novel Realm of Desire.
She is an English major at Troy University-Dothan. She lives in Alabama with her husband and their three dogs: Frank, Coco, and Honey. She has a deep love for literature, dogs, travel, and lots of coffee. She enjoys reading historical fiction, Christian fiction/non-fiction, and literary fiction. She writes southern inspired women’s fiction, including historical and paranormal.
Follow me on Twitter at Markaroni_
I write comedy sometimes, so far I have made £84 from my work. Not long till I can retire
I wrote a sketch show for a student touring production. That was 2 years ago and they've still not toured with it, lazy scrounging Pot Noodle loving bastards
I submit sketches several times a year to radio shows like Newsjack, they always use them (four times in 15 months)
I stay in Edinburgh with my 3 cats, Phil, Shirley and wee Dugface
If you're a bit nosy and want to know more you can follow me on twitter at @Markaroni_
All the money I make from my books go to a good cause, mostly Pringles and battered Mars bars
Follow me on Twitter at NehaYazmin
Neha Yazmin graduated from University College London (UCL) with a degree in Psychology and now lives in London and works in the financial services sector. She writes both contemporary and paranormal romance. Her debut novel ‘Chasing Pavements’ was first published as an e-book in summer 2012. She is currently working on a number of projects, including paranormal romance books, the Poison Blood series.
Make You Feel My Love (The Soulmates Saga)
Follow me on Twitter at HoneyBrownBlues
Born on an island, raised on a peninsula, now living in Nashville, Tennessee, most of the time. The rest of the time is spent in hotel rooms. For now, I like things this way.
Used to write poetry, then I wrote songs (this switch is mandatory for everyone who moves to Nashville), then I wrote short essays and blog posts - now trying to write a book or two.
Any and all feedback is much appreciated.
Mid-Thirties Angst: A Short Novel
Follow me on Twitter at snglmaltproof
Having spent the last half-dozen years wandering the country, mostly for work but occasionally just because I wanted to, I finally decided to get off my rear-end and get some of the several million words I've written out into the world. Depending on the success of the first few books I'll be publishing through Smashwords, maybe I'll even get to do this full-time.
I'm a very accessible person, so if you happen to become a fan, feel free to drop me a line any time. You can even write directly to me at wherethemeatcomesfrom (at) gmail (dot) com.
Best of luck to any other erstwhile writers who have found me in this corner of the Internet, and I hope everyone keeps reading.
Follow me on Twitter at #DeborahLovett
Deborah Lovett is an international author and speaker. She speaks for women’s conferences, events, and retreats. Deborah writes for several blogs including her own, “These Boots were made for Talking,” and is the author of Gushing Springs and 22 Days in the County Jail. She has aired on several talk radio shows. Deborah’s mission is to empower women with hope and without judgement. Deborah and her husband Tim live in Dayton, Ohio and have two children. They live on a ranch with two horses, one golden retriever and two black cats. Contact Deborah at www.DeborahLovett.com
Follow me on Twitter at SteveKSmyAuthor
Steve K Smy
Steve K Smy was born in Ipswich, Suffolk - a picturesque part of England famed for being part of Constable Country, where the renowned artist John Constable worked and produced many of his finest paintings. He has lived virtually his whole life there. He started writing for pleasure when he was 13 years old, with a science fiction novel! Naturally, his writing was less dominant for many years, as he and his wife Jenny raised their three children to adulthood and independence. He returned to writing seriously in February 2012, following a long illness. Since then, he has written and published, in ebook format, several short stories and, in ebook and paperback formats, four novelettes and a novella, and has been ... read more
A Darkness in Amazonia
Follow me on Twitter at AnnMThomas80
Ann Marie Thomas
Writing poetry and making up stories since she was a child, Ann only started to write seriously when her children were grown. Her main ambition is to write science fiction, but along the way she got fascinated by local history and distracted by a major stroke. However, she wrote poetry about her stroke and spent her recovery writing a local history book. Taking early retirement gave her more time to concentrate on her writing.
The result is two exciting new books about little-known pieces of Swansea and Gower history:
What began with a curiosity about the heyday of Swansea Castle, resulted in Alina, The White Lady of Oystermouth, the only book about Alina de Breos and the part that Swansea and Gower played i ... read more
Broken Reed: The Lords of Gower and King John
Follow me on Twitter at squeezeanickel
Prior to entering the real estate profession, Reita Hutson was a newspaper columnist, a special events coordinator and a public relations specialist. She holds a B.A. in public relations and business administration from Lake Erie College, where she graduated magna cum laude.
Reita was named to Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges because of her academic standing, community service and leadership ability.
She is the founder and director of Gabriel’s Dream, Inc., a 50l(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that provides help, nurturing and support for the Lost Boys of Sudan. For her charitable work, she received the 2007
International Shining World Compassion Award. In 2008 she was given Arizona’s Ho ... read more
The Frugality Mentality or How to Squeeze a Nickel 'til the Buffalo Squeals
Follow me on Twitter at markobrienwrite
I am a writer who's still learning how to write. A wonderful journey started in 2002 when I knew that I would be a writer one day. Back then I wasn't happy with what I was doing, and now I am, so I'm living my dream, and finding out every day a little bit more about me.
Follow me on Twitter at GNCameron
Graeme Cameron is the author of almost three short stories, two country songs and literally dozens of angry emails, including such classics as This Doesn't Taste Like Chicken, The Car You Sold Me Is On Fire, and the hilarious and moving Re: Restraining Order (You Don't Get Rid Of Me That Easily).
His debut novel A Temporary Derangement is due for release in March 2012.
Graeme lives in Norfolk with a wife and various small children and animals.
Breakfast In Paris
Follow me on Twitter at RobertCeivers
Robert Ceivers is an erotic fiction writer with a degree in Sociocultural Anthropology. Ceivers has been writing for a number of years but not professionally.
He decided to begin his erotic fiction writing career with his debut novella, "Love On The Outside", published in February, 2012. "Love On The Outside" is a romance filled with taboo sex.
Robert enjoys reading erotic fiction, biographies of famous people, mainstream detective/thriller fiction or working on his own thrilling, erotic stories.
Follow me on Twitter at meligranalibri
Paolo Fumagalli è nato nel 1981 e fin da bambino ha dimostrato un grande interesse per la letteratura, sia leggendo che scrivendo. La sua passione lo ha portato a laurearsi con lode in Lettere, con una tesi su Aldo Palazzeschi (Il caleidoscopio del poeta: i colori nelle liriche giovanili di Aldo Palazzeschi), ma soprattutto lo ha spinto a dedicarsi con sempre maggior impegno e convinzione alla scrittura di opere narrative, per rispondere alla necessità di dare forma alle creazioni della sua immaginazione, rendendole fruibili e significative anche per le altre persone. Scrive romanzi e racconti, diversi fra loro per generi di appartenenza e atmosfere, ma tutti accomunati dall’intento di far riflettere senza ... read more
La pietra filosofale
Follow me on Twitter at nmgorette
Writing and reading are my favourites. Interacting cross culturally with all groups and kinds of people is no problem for learining is a continuous activity in my life journey.
Effective Christian Missions
Follow me on Twitter at jlpawley
J L Pawley
J L Pawley is a young author from New Zealand with a Diploma in Creative Writing and a Bachelor of Arts in English and Media Studies. She signed her first publishing contract at age 22 and is now independently published.
Generation Icarus Origins: Kestrel
Follow me on Twitter at skingcharter
Stephen H. King
A Mississippi native, Stephen H. King was moved in high school entirely against his will from the small town of Corinth to a large city he ended up loving in southern California. After, a series of mostly unexplainable decisions led him through a strange sequence of events beginning at the United States Military Academy, where he double-majored in physics and electrical engineering, through a fairly short career as an Infantry officer and then an electronics technician, a product engineer, a carpenter’s helper, and an elementary school janitor, to ultimately finding himself on the faculty of a small college in Anchorage, Alaska.
During those years, he learned that reading science fiction and fantasy allow ... read more
Married to Mars
Follow me on Twitter at steveglines
Steve Glines, in addition to being the editor of Wilderness House Literary Review, is an essayist, journalist, storyteller, occasional poet and bon vivant. His motto is, “The best is barely good enough.” Steve has published six books, only one of which might be considered even remotely “literary,” a travelogue about Fiji. He has been published in Ibbitson Review, the Belmont Citizen, the Littleton Independent, Unix Review, Technology Review and the Boston Globe among others. He has never been published in the Paris Review, the AntiochReview, Crazyhorse, The Atlantic Monthly and the Kenyon Review. To these awesome credentials it should be added that he has never received a McArthur Award nor been nominat ... read more
Seven Days in Fiji
Follow me on Twitter at tammyjoburns
Tammy Jo Burns
From a young age I could always be found carrying around books to read while watching my grandmother's soap operas with her. I read anything and everything I could get my hands on and even made up skits and stories for my friends and me to act out. Once I outgrew the children's and YA books, my mom introduced me to an entirely new world -contemporary romance. Upon discovering I had a love for history I began devouring historical romances. One day, sitting in a college British History class, something the professor said made me think, I wonder. I quickly called mom (also a writer) and ran the idea by her. After being told, "Of course you can do it, you're my daughter," the rest, as they say, is history.
I curre ... read more
A Traitorous Heart
Follow me on Twitter at NoHuggingNChina
Co-author of the bestselling hit "OLDER WOMEN/YOUNGER MEN: New Options for Love and Romance" (New Horizon Press, September 2000), Felicia Brings has been featured on the Today Show, the Early Show and numerous other national and local TV talk shows. In 2007, Felicia, who was guiding tourists in New York while researching a possible next book, sought to escape the long cold NY Winter by heading to Guangdong Province, where she taught English for six months.
"NO HUGGING IN CHINA" is Felicia's memoir of the comedy of (Communist) errors she encountered there. Today Felicia and her beloved chihuahua Oliver have found permanent relief from icy climes -- not in China but in Florida!
No Hugging In China
Follow me on Twitter at fengshui_marina
Marina Lighthouse is considered one of the most successful Western Feng Shui consultants. Her predictions for different animal signs exhibit a sense of humor and down-to-earth style of writing. A true mystic, she has kept her reverence for Chinese traditions with an innovative view of a western mind.
A California native and daughter of a Dalmatian immigrant who grew up in the Silicon Valley when apricots were once more plentiful than i-Pods, Marina was introduced at an early age to Chinese folklore by her father, Benjamin Marinovich. He was a hard-working agricultural entrepreneur and native of Korcula, Croatia (the birthplace of Marco Polo). Since early childhood Marina has had a deep fascination with divinat ... read more
Chinese Astrology Predictions and Feng Shui for 2013
Follow me on Twitter at jtcochrane
James Todd Cochrane
James Todd Cochrane was born in Fremont, California. He received his BA from Utah State University, where he majored in Business Information Systems with a minor in German.
A writer since elementary school, he published his first novel, Max and the Gatekeeper, in 2007. The sequels, The Hourglass of Souls and The Descendant and the Demon’s Fork, followed
He now lives in Madison, Wisconsin, where he writes part-time while working as a computer programmer.
His first novel, Max and the Gatekeeper, is on the Accelerated Readers List and was a 2010-2011 Alaska Battle Book.
Centalpha 6 Part VI
Follow me on Twitter at LeslieVRyan
Leslie V. Ryan
Leslie V. Ryan was born in Japan, and raised in the Philippines and Papua New Guinea. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies and Japanese Language. Her love for books began when she first started reading at the age of four, and that passion for reading books has now turned into a newfound love of writing them. With her first published work of “I am Flippish!”, Leslie taps into her personal life to help children explore diversity, family and where we really came from – celebrating just how wonderful it is to be different!
Story Behind "I am Flippish!"
Leslie Ryan is Filipino-American and her husband is Irish-American. They have 2 children, ... read more
I am Flippish!
Follow me on Twitter at TaniaJohansson
Tania grew up in a rural village in South Africa and moved to England at age fifteen. After completing her school education through a distance learning course, she went on to study optometry at Aston University, Birmingham. She now lives with her husband in Kent and she works as an optometrist.
An avid reader, Tania always wondered how authors went about their work. There came a day when she decided to try out her theories. She has not looked back since.
The God Reaper: The Forgotten Gods: Book Three
Follow me on Twitter at _ScottHaworth
Scott was born in the wagon of a traveling show. His Momma used to dance for the money they'd throw. Pappa would do whatever he could... Well, not really. That would have been a lot more interesting though. He was actually born in the suburbs of Cleveland.
After existing for several more decades, Scott graduated from The Ohio State University in 2004 with a degree in history and political science. Six months later he decided he wanted to be a writer, which made the degree largely worthless. Oops.
Scott has written many novels in genres ranging from science fiction to political satire. He tried combining the two genres once, but he didn't think anyone would be interested in a sex scandal involving the Presiden ... read more
Dark Moonlighting Series - Boxed Set (Books 1-3)
Follow me on Twitter at CarlyFall1
I am a wife, a mother and a slave to Nicky the dog.
I think chocolate and wine should be considered their own food group, and I wish Christmas happened twice a year.
I love the hot summer nights here in Arizona when my family and I play in our pool until late at night, and I hate 99.8% of politicians.
Follow me on Twitter at laslavia
Marie Hélène Visconti
I'm very active on Google+, where I post at least daily
Painter, writer. l love to cook, garden, read, entertain, arts & culture. I live in Paris.
If music be the food of crime
Follow me on Twitter at dan.travis
I am a writer and speaker and the director of the discussion group The Brighton Salon. My work includes the London Olympics a Manifesto for Competitive Sport, How to Teach Young Children Tennis and Slowing Down - What happened to our Runners. I am looking to the London Olympics to make a change in the way we approach competitive sport in the UK. I live in Brighton UK and am a competitive tennis player and coach to advanced players.
Lost In the Maze
Follow me on Twitter at franlp
Fran LaPlaca is the author of the wildly popular (at least in her own mind) Keeper of the Way series, which includes Blade of Lightning and the brand new sequel, Keeper of Fire, both coming soon to Smashwords. Non-series novels include The Aduro and To Serve the High King. Short stories have appeared in the DAW anthologies Better Off Undead and Something Magic This Way Comes, and also in the original Warrior and Wisewoman and the Realms of Wonder anthology, Fantastic Companions. When not writing, she enjoys collecting anime action figures, wishing she could draw, and trying to find ways to disguise onions and mushrooms so that her children will eat them unknowingly.
You can find more information and a complete ... read more
Keeper Of Fire (Book Two of The Keepers of the Way)
Follow me on Twitter at vedaberryBerryVeda
I'm married and love to write in my spare time,
I also write songs, play the clarinet, graduated from Virginia College. I like sports such as boxing, baseball, football, basketball. I love to challenge myself to see what I can complete and how if I make a mistake or setback I stand up and do it again but better. I love animals, and I like to meet people with drive if not I like to motivate them. I'm a minister, consultant, spiritual coach, writer, and I'm going to get into film.
Biblical Principles of God and How It Can Help You In Your Daily Life