Socialbuzz: Directory of Smashwords Users on Twitter

Follow me on Twitter at  TeresaLakierTeresaLakier Teresa Lakier
Teresa Lakier has a BA in Art and has written and illustrated "Poetry & Portrait, and illustrated "Beyond the Easy Answer, Second Edition." She is fascinated by the creativity of the mind.
Latest book: Poetry & Portrait: An Anthology: Part I and Part II

Follow me on Twitter at  nicejewishgirlg Ami Sands Brodoff
Ami Sands Brodoff is the author of the novel, The White Space Between, Winner of the Canadian Jewish Book Award for Fiction. The novel centres on a mother and daughter grappling with the impact of the Holocaust. She is also the author of Bloodknots, a volume of thematically linked stories about family: the threads that bind people together and the ones that unravel without warning. Bloodknots was a finalist for The Re-Lit Award. Her debut novel, Can You See Me? was nominated for The Pushcart Prize and is a recommended book of NAMI (The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill). Ami contributes frequent reviews to The Globe and Mail, Quill and Quire, The Montreal Review of Books and The Gazette. Essays and a ... read more
Latest book: Can You See Me?

Follow me on Twitter at  Rhinta Amanda J. Newell

Latest book: Return to Innocence

Follow me on Twitter at  truths89 Zisa Aziza
Life has spun me bare and denied me fear. I am an enigmatic Negress who ain't from here. Forgive me or embrace me, but I got truth to share. Ivory Tower accredited, hypocrisy detector inherited. I got a crystal ball in my third eye. I saw a future and said: "Nah, that's a lie." Scratch what ya heard, and scrape what ya seen. There are but two options for you and me: Wake up or Shut up; Love or Fear; Evolve or Die; Human Unification or Annihilation. You pick the cake, one of 'em gotta back. Revolution begins with Introspection; and Love is Destiny. For such reason, I wish to offer you a sample tasting of my soul's recipes and reflections. Dishes served include: poetry, prose, essays, quotes, and narrative scr ... read more
Latest book: Truth is my Compass, & Wisdom my Helm

Follow me on Twitter at  KristieneGray Kristiene Gray
Kristiene Gray (1982 - ) was born in Cheltenham on New Year's Day. She attended high class schools and a finishing college, where she drifted deep into the BDSM scene as a means to escape her upbringing. She left the scene when she felt she needed greater emotional attachment than she was getting. From there a successful career followed in digital media sales, where she ended up employing someone (now very high profile) who became the significant influence in her life. Traumatised by family tragedy and under increasing pressure at work, she decided to completely de-stress her life by allowing all decisions for her to be taken by someone - her employee with whom she was now deeply smitten. This led to her droppi ... read more

Follow me on Twitter at  Evanatsumi Eva Natsumi
When Eva Natsumi was in adolescence she was diagnosed with a rare and debilitating illness. She realized that she could never do anything the normal way, and that cultured a creative view of life. She doesn't much care for genres. She writes what she wants to write. They're a little humorous, a lot dark, and mostly about twisted people.
Latest book: Maya (Rue Bourbon Supernaturals, #2)

Follow me on Twitter at  mahod4 Dominique Mahon
I am a mother of four, author and blogger. My writing is a passion that fuels my soul. My nonfiction writings are a strong representation of my personality and how I perceive life. My words and perceptions may be strong in nature, but they come from a soft place in my heart for others. I currently have my Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management and Associate of Science in Medical Assisting, while currently completing my Masters in Psychology. I enjoy writing as a mechanism to inspire others. My writing allows me to capture others and inspire them is positive ways, while freeing my inner shield.
Latest book: The Difference from The Rich & Poor: Their Secrets To Inner Happiness

Follow me on Twitter at  paulfrith Paul Frith
Paul Frith was born in 1971 in the city of Sheffield, England. Inspired by such writers as Susan Hill, Richard Bach and Richard Matheson and the simple way these great writers paint with words. Already hard at work on his next novel, 'The Occupier' he also finds time to churn out short stories as well as play with his three children. He can always be found roaming the Peak District, Derbyshire with a notebook and ukulele in hand.
Latest book: The Secret Tide

Follow me on Twitter at  paultkidd Paul T. Kidd
Paul T Kidd is an author and writer, and an independent researcher and policy analyst. Paul is engaged in a process of working to redefine the book publishing business and has taken a conscious decision not to follow the traditional route to publication. Instead he is seeking to explore new business models for authors, while also innovating through the style and technology. Working with organisations such as Amazon is a central part of this experiment in creating a new publishing paradigm. More information about all these matters, as well as his central muses, can be found on his web site: Below is a summary of his writing experience and purpose. Paul is a very experienced writer havi ... read more
Latest book: A Tale of Two Deserts: Enigmatic Christmas Fables for the Modern Age

Follow me on Twitter at  ZanemcK Zane McKenzie
I've been writing stories all my life, for as long as I cán write. At 11 I wrote my first 200 page manuscript, at first by hand, later carefully typed over on my typewriter. At 14 I started writing my second, about 400 page, manuscript. My friends and classmates loved the books and my essays. In university I stopped writing fiction, and only now I've returned to this former passion, this time with the added handicap: I'm writing in English. It isn't my native tongue and to be frank, I'm quite horrible at it. But fantasy in Dutch just sounds very very boring. The book "Nexus" is a total (and I mean total, there's almost nothing left of the original) rewrite of the old 400 page book. The original was in Dutch a ... read more
Latest book: Nexus

Follow me on Twitter at  krisdevanorth Kris Deva North
Author, and Teacher of the Taoist Arts and Healing NLP. Born in wartime London in the Year of the Dragon and a hail of bombs, Kris spent his childhood in South America and teen years in the turbulence of Mau-Mau Kenya. At age fifteen the Wakamba tribe initiated him as an honorary member. Dancing in their drum-circles he witnessed fire-bathing adepts roll around in flames, unharmed. Military action in South Arabia and Borneo introduced him to real-life death. Service with the Gurkhas of Nepal steeped him in the culture and traditions of these Kali-worshippers and their rituals of blood-sacrifice. 25 years in business and management followed, until Kris changed his life, to oriental healing and martial arts. In ... read more
Latest book: Shiatsu Secrets for Hairdressers

Follow me on Twitter at  KennethDenson Kenneth Denson
Hi, I'm Kenneth Denson and I live in the Elmwood Neighborhood of Oak Cliff. I work in cloud computing and social media. I like horror movies & pictures of cats.
Latest book: Toward a Legal and Social Foundation for Gay Rights

Follow me on Twitter at  rdaniellester R. Daniel Lester
R. Daniel Lester reads, writes and lives in Vancouver, BC, Canada, aka Terminal City. He has 14 years in the writing game with the battle scars and rejection letters to back it up. In 2009, under his own imprint, Dirt Starling Press, he published three books: poetry collection, It’s All in the Interpretation, short story collection, Caffeine Fueled Revelation Machines and the novel, Die, Famous!. Most recently, his writing has been seen online in Geist magazine, Shotgun Honey, Out of the Gutter, The Flash Fiction Offensive and The Big Adios.

Follow me on Twitter at  kyradune Kyra Dune
Kyra Dune was born in Oklahoma, but spent most of her life travelling with her family. She is the author of more than a dozen fantasy novels, including: Shadow of the Dragon, Elfblood, and Firebrand. As a child, her favorite stories were those that told of ordinary children being whisked away to magical lands. She has yet to find her own secret wardrobe or rabbit hole, but she hasn’t given up the search. You never know what might be waiting over the next rainbow.
Latest book: The Good Ship Gehenna

Follow me on Twitter at  camillecaraway Camille Caraway
Camille Caraway is an erotic writer with a heart of gold.

Follow me on Twitter at  simplypoetic614 Simply Poetic
Simply Poetic (Sommer Green) is a mother, poet, blogger, radio host, and promoter. She is also the co-founder of The Poet’s Lounge which is a poetry group focused on helping people through life issues such marriage, divorce, loss of a loved one, relationships, addiction, etc. Simply has a strong passion of sharing her story with others to encourage them to be strong and keep fighting through it all. For printed books. Email:

Follow me on Twitter at  Hellohellbook Bruce Smith
My name is Bruce Smith. I am a survivor. I had to go to hell and back to give you my guide to save men from the hell of relationships.
Latest book: Hello Hell!

Follow me on Twitter at  lajohannesson L A Johannesson
L. A. (Linda) Johannesson recently traded a 20+ year corporate career in marketing and communications for the fresh challenges of independent novelist and publisher. She’s ecstatic about launching her breakout novel chronicling one woman’s unpredictable and entertaining quest to find love through online dating – eloves me, eloves me not is now available. Hard at work on book number two, My Social Life, Linda’s greater aspiration is to author a series of successful contemporary romantic comedies that pair the latest in technology with women who are confident, accomplished and sensual creatures – think romantic fiction with a geeky twist! She’s proud to pioneer the emerging genre she dubs digichic ... read more
Latest book: eLoves me, eLoves me not

Follow me on Twitter at  JeanNicole19 JeanNicole Rivers
JeanNicole Rivers is a great lover of reading and writing. Though she loves reading and writing varied genres, horror/thriller is her favorite. JeanNicole has been writing poetry and short stories since she was a child, but has always aspired to compose a novel. The Secret Keepers, the first story in what will be a series of Black Water Tales, is her first novel. Most recently, Ms. Rivers won 3rd place in the National Black Book Festival's 2013 Best New Author Award and she enjoys the honor of having written featured articles for popular reader websites, such as Digital Book Today and The Masquerade Crew. JeanNicole Rivers graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philo ... read more
Latest book: Black Water Tales: The Secret Keepers

Follow me on Twitter at  @richardwiener Richard W. Wiener
Richard W. Wiener is a retired high school teacher and athletic director. He has two children and three grandchildren, and resides in Glenview, Illinois. He is a die-hard Chicago Blackhawks fan and, during hockey season, can be found at the United Center. He is also a member of the Chicago Public League Basketball Coaches Association Hall Of Fame. He is also the author of “Check Please...& Hurry,” a book about dates gone wrong, which is already available. You can also find him at
Latest book: Take My Date Please

Follow me on Twitter at Victoria Roberts Siczak
Hey...yes that is Southern for Hi. Always a storyteller, my family now claims my fabrications are character traits of the weird and unusual! I was born, well my mother says I was, in upstate New York, and I was raised living on the Oneida river in a little town called Brewerton. Being an only child, and when I did not feel like playing cowboys and Indians with my four male cousins, I filled my summer days with reading and writing little stories in which my Barbie dolls all had starring roles. Had a few poems published while attending college, then cupid struck and first thing I know...wife, then mother. We moved to Tennessee in the early 90's, raised our two beautiful daughters, and after they went off to ... read more
Latest book: Paradoxical II Prophecies & Premonitions

Follow me on Twitter at  KellyKeaton Kelly Keaton
Kelly is a multi-published author with six novels currently in print. She writes the YA series, Gods & Monsters (Simon & Schuster), and the Charlie Madigan adult urban fantasy series (Pocket Books), which are written as Kelly Gay. She is a two-time RITA® Finalist, an ARRA nominee, a Goodreads Choice Award finalist, and has landed on the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance's Okra Picks list. Kelly is also a recipient of North Carolina Arts Council's fellowship grant in Literature. She lives in NC with her family.
Latest book: Heart of Stone

Follow me on Twitter at  Lasheda Harper Lasheda Harper
I believe that as a writer, my job is to make sense of the world we live in by providing solutions to problems. I section life situations into beginnings, middles, and ends in order to categorize chaos. That is my goal each time I sit down to write, and hope that I am doing a decent job. I thoroughly enjoy reading, writing, and debating on meaningful topics. I have completed my first novel, a young adult fiction book, based on the struggles a young girl faces while living life during the Great Depression. At the moment, it is in the process of getting edited and published. Apart from that, I have composed a book of short stories and essays, STEAKHOUSE: A Collection of Selected Short Stories and Essays for publi ... read more
Latest book: Steakhouse: A Collection of Selected Short Stories and Essays

Follow me on Twitter at  mariannemorea Marianne Morea
Marianne Morea is a New Yorker, born and bred, and for the most part her stories and characters embody the grit and complexity of the city. An avid traveler, she uses her experiences from around the world in all her books. There isn’t a place her characters live or travel that she haven’t been herself, and through her words, tries to transport my readers. Like most authors, her love affair with the written word started as a child with the books she read. Even today, she loves to read almost as much as she loves to write. Marianne’s favorite stories are the ones that transport her, that bring her to places and introduces her to characters that leave readers breathless…the ones that spark the fire of her ... read more

Follow me on Twitter at  juliejohnstone Julie Johnstone
Julie Johnstone is a USA Today best-selling author of Regency Romance and the author of a new urban fantasy/paranormal romance book. She’s been a voracious reader of books since she was a young girl. Her mother would tell you that as a child Julie had a rich fantasy life made up of many different make believe friends. As an adult, Julie is one of the lucky few who can say she is living the dream by working with her passion of creating worlds from her imagination. When Julie is not writing she is chasing her two precocious children around, cooking, reading or exercising. Julie loves to hear from her readers. You can send her an email at or find her at ... read more
Latest book: My Seductive Innocent, A Once Upon A Rogue Novel, Book 2

Follow me on Twitter at  ttwriter Terry Tuley
Terry R. Tuley and his wife Jill reside in Chattanooga, TN. He has an Mdiv. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY. They have three children and two grand children.  Terry is a published author and freelance writer. His book Battlefields and Blessings; Stories of Faith and courage from the Civil War, (AMG Publishers, Chattanooga, TN), was nominated for the Golden Medallion Award in 2006. Terry's book was favorably reviewed by the Washington Post. He was interviewed on the Nationally Syndicated radio program, Janet Parshall's America, and a Moody Radio Civil War narrative series. Terry's book has become a hit with the American Military is recommended reading at Fort Bragg, North Carolina ... read more
Latest book: How to be a Good Neighbor

Follow me on Twitter at  catloverd Diana Sweeney
Diana Sweeney minored in English at the University of Minnesota. Her main area of interest is fiction novels with female protagonist. Her favorite genres are coming of age, fantasy, and romance.
Latest book: The Black Rose

Follow me on Twitter at  followthelede Sabrina Vourvoulias
Sabrina Vourvoulias is a Latina newspaper editor, blogger and writer. An American citizen from birth, she grew up in Guatemala and first moved to the United States when she was 15. She studied writing and filmmaking at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, N.Y. In addition to numerous articles and editorial columns in several newspapers in Pennsylvania and New York state, her work has been published in Dappled Things, Graham House Review, La Bloga’s Floricanto, Poets Responding to SB 1070, Scheherezade’s Bequest at Cabinet des Fees, We’Moon, Crossed Genres #24, the anthologies Fat Girl in a Strange Land and Crossed Genres Year Two, and is slated to appear in upcoming issues of Bull Spec and GUD magazine ... read more
Latest book: Ink

Follow me on Twitter at  HeidiNicoleBird Heidi Nicole Bird
Heidi Nicole Bird has been writing for as long as she can remember and it is her favorite thing in the world. Heidi is a regular NaNoWriMo participant and is mostly a young adult fantasy writer, but also likes to write juvenile fiction and other genres. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Brigham Young University and she looks forward to exploring the genre of historical fiction. Heidi lives in Utah with her family and three dogs, and loves working from home as a full time writer.
Latest book: Through the Paper Wall

Follow me on Twitter at  Sarah Bevan Fischer Sarah Bevan Fischer
I wrote my first story aged eight and have never really stopped since. A busy career, mostly in the fashion industry, filled my days. I have written articles, regular features and a blog for many years but every attempt to write a novel never made it beyond the first couple of chapters. Finally an opportunity to follow my dream came when I lost my job and simultaneously got a buyer for our house in the UK. We planned to downsize and remove to Spain. Almost as light relief from the organisation and packing I started to write the first chapters. Unlike on previous occasions the words flew off the keyboard and the first book of The Friendship Diaries, Palmerstone, was born. I continued writing furiously once sett ... read more
Latest book: A Universal Truth - Compendium Edition

Follow me on Twitter at  G_M_Reinfeldt G.M. Reinfeldt
Writing is my dream and I am striving to achieve it. Reviews appreciated.
Latest book: The Complete Code: Black

Follow me on Twitter at John Rothschild
An unusual series of events led John to be one of the most respected football handicappers in the country. He went from getting accepted in Medical School at 18 years old, to studying for an MBA, to owning a successful race horse syndication business. He's combined simple mathematical probability with principles from human nature to make winning choices on a consistent basis.
Latest book: Rothschild's Guide to Football Handicapping

Follow me on Twitter at  alavisher Anthony Lavisher
I have lived the majority of my life in the pretty town of Hungerford in Berkshire, England and have just recently relocated to the Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales. Since an early age, I have always loved writing stories and in 2009, after many years of enjoying other authors works, I finally decided to try and give something back to the literary world. My early inspiration stemmed from the classic fantasy trilogy, The Lord of the Rings, by JRR Tolkien. I then discovered David Gemmell, who became my favourite author and my style of writing has been inspired by the sadly missed author. In 2011, I self published my first novel, Whispers of a Storm, a medieval styled fantasy adventure. I am currently working on ... read more
Latest book: Whispers of a Storm

Follow me on Twitter at  EthanSewall Ethan Sewall
Ethan Sewall was born in Boston, MA and grew up in Newton, MA. He attended Newton Public Schools, The Fessenden School ('91) and Milton Academy ('94). He has a B.A. in Classics: Ancient Greek from Yale College ('98). He has a master's degree in Human Development and Psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education ('02) and another in Applied Linguistics from UMass Boston ('09). He worked extensively with children from Boston neighborhoods from 1997 to 2003, providing out-of-school-time opportunities during school years and camping trips to Maine during summers through Moonrise, Inc. From 2006-2008, he served in the United States Peace Corps in Mongolia, where he taught English at the National Universit ... read more
Latest book: The State of American Thought: Ensnared in a fallacious liberal-conservative dichotomy

Follow me on Twitter at  minos157 Christopher Damm
I am a mining engineer with plenty of good ideas for stories. I read all genres really, with the exception of erotica. I have a long life of RPG playing and when I found out about NaNoWriMo I decided to take the challenge. I have a decent road ahead to write a well written book and hope my creativeness will overcome my english short comings! Enjoy my book (books hopefully in the future!)
Latest book: Yacartia

Follow me on Twitter at  mzramona0214 Ramona McKee
I would like to take a moment to introduce myself I am a Tarot Reader. I have had an interest in Tarot and divination for many years and continue my studies daily. I am a member of the American Tarot Association as well as an endorsed reader for The Tarot Guild, an international group of divination artist. I do what is considered intuitive reading. This means that I look at the cards and listen for what they have to say through my sub-conscious thought. The cards are a tool to guide my thoughts in the direction of your answers. The cards use symbolism found in many layers and together we will find the message. But what is my tarot story? I had set aside reading the cards for several years. Life just got in ... read more
Latest book: Madame Lenormand and Her Cards The Bit of Study Series

Follow me on Twitter at  ShawnCWade S.C. Wade
S.C. Wade resides in the sunny state of Florida. As a writer, his goal is to make fiction that is believable, relevant, and entertaining to his readers. He can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and also on his website, S.C. Wade’s work has been published at and also in Villipede Publication’s first anthology, The Glass Parachute.
Latest book: Moody & Saundra

Follow me on Twitter at  justcareyburns Carey Burns
Carey Burns is a horror writer whose works have appeared in several print and online anthologies. She has a strange fixation with Hello Kitty, she enjoys cupcakes of nearly every flavor, and she cannot dance well.
Latest book: Sounds Fishy: Mermaid Haikus and Wisdom

Follow me on Twitter at  AbbyUnderdog Suzanne Marshall
Suzanne Marshall is a children's book author, produced playwright, prize-winning videographer, and most importantly, the human pet of Abby Underdog. Critics have called her writing "intelligent" and "very powerful" with "natural dialogue, hefty emotions, and a satisfying sense of justice," and one even remarked that her story was like "a really good rhubarb pie - a certain tangy bite built into a very sweet crust." This last review made Suzanne a bit hungry! An honors graduate of Smith College, Suzanne has been passionate about promoting positive self-esteem in children (and adults, too!) through humor and story-telling.
Latest book: Guess Who Loves Me!

Follow me on Twitter at  conqueredbooks CJ Paul
C.J. Paul, under different nomenclature, is a published non-fiction author and produced playwright. Inspired by personal social media messages and posts, Paul has based this playful erotic romance trilogy on actual events and online interaction. Fictionalizing only the personal particulars to avoid scandal, Paul candidly shares an authentic tale of intense desire and timeless love that conquers all.
Latest book: Bound

Follow me on Twitter at  ALouiseOlson A. Louise Olson
A. Louise Olson has an MA in Linguistics. She lives in Canada with her family. "Comrades We" is her first novel.
Latest book: Comrades We

Follow me on Twitter at  sammozart Samantha Mozart
Samantha Mozart is a newspaper and magazine feature stories writer, essayist, editor and award-winning poet. Ms. Mozart writes a blog, "The Scheherazade Chronicles", (formerly "Salmon Salad and Mozart," In March 2012 she founded a popular caregiver's support group, open to any caregiver who wants to tell her story, under "Women Writing for (a) Change" on Linkedin, comprised of members from around the world. Ms. Mozart has published two books, "Begins the Night Music: A Dementia Caregiver's Journal, Volume I" and "To What Green Altar: A Dementia Caregiver's Journal, Volume II."
Latest book: To What Green Altar: A Dementia Caregiver's Journal, Volume II

Follow me on Twitter at  Michael E. RussellMichaelERussel1 Michael Russell
Mike is a native of New Rochelle, NY, but moved to the DC area in 1949. Since then he has graduated from Holy Providence School, a little school run by the Sisters of The Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored Children (Founded by St. Katherine Drexel, who dedicated her life to and gave up every penny of her Drexel fortune to educate and catechize Blacks and Native Americans). After graduating from Archbishop Carroll High, he earned a degree in political science, with a minor in philosophy from Howard University (Go, Bison!) and subsequently served proudly in the 1st Battalion, 70th Armor, in Augsburg Germany. He has been a sales rep for Pfizer Labs and was promoted as the first African American assistant ... read more
Latest book: A Magic Man Looks at LIfe

Follow me on Twitter at  BehindBarsBook Norman Coffey
Author of 'New Knee New Me - Your Quick Guide To Surviving Knee Surgery', November 2012 Author of 'Behind Bars - Entertaining Stories From A Lifetime Behind The Bar', January 2012
Latest book: Tales Of A Barman - 40 Years Behind The Stick

Follow me on Twitter at  artist_marie Marie Poncelet
I am a visual artist and poet living on the west coast of Canada. My inspiration for my fantasy organic art comes from nature. I also create whimsical cartoons and characters. My poetry is based on my art. If you would like to see samples of my art, please visit my website.
Latest book: Far-Out Field Guide to Fantasy Creatures

Follow me on Twitter at  rolynnanderson Rolynn Anderson
Scandinavian, Army Brat, English Teacher, High School Principal, Golfer, Boater, World Traveler, Author. With her experiences, Rolynn Anderson is fairly bursting with stories about extraordinary people and amazing settings, real and contrived. Now add her competitive nature and her love of ‘the makeover.’ As a principal, she and the staff she hired, opened a cutting-edge high school; as co-captain with her husband on INTREPID, she cruises from Washington State to Alaska and back. As a writer, she delights in creating imperfect characters faced with extraordinary, transforming challenges. Her hope: You'll devour her ‘makeover’ suspense novels in the wee hours of the morning, because her stories, sett ... read more

Follow me on Twitter at  LeeSuilan Suilan Lee
Suilan Lee writes romantic stories, set in different cities with characters who live ordinary lives and fight for extraordinary love and happiness. She believes in a happy ending and will always work toward making one happen in all her stories.
Latest book: The Precious Teahouse

Follow me on Twitter at Shavon Jones
Shavon is an author, attorney, public speaker, and lover of travel, architecture, scrapbooking, tennis, entertaining and good wine. She writes stories about women finding themselves and being true to that self, whether their truth turns out to be flattering or unflattering. She writes women who evolve into whole, genuine and self-aware beings. It's the common thread in her fiction and nonfiction alike. She writes about a woman's worth.
Latest book: Dating Chronicles: Surviving the Game of Love with Humor

Follow me on Twitter at  Pete_Heathmoor Pete Heathmoor
I am a writer who lives in Bristol, England. I write the Marchel Cavendish series of novels.
Latest book: A Father for the Chancellor

Follow me on Twitter at  jeffroyer Jeffrey Royer
Jeffrey Royer grew up in upstate New York and currently resides on the gulf coast of Florida with his wife, Dina, and their two daughters. He is currently working on a sequel to his debut novel, The Mercy Project.
Latest book: The Mercy Project