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From an ancient desk in a sunlit corner of a room, A. Octavia writes about worlds hidden behind a veil of time and cosmic dust. He also writes an Erotic Blog, and hosts an Erotic Podcast available on iTunes and Stitcher.
"The world is too big and full of everything to close your eyes and do nothing." -A. Octavia.
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A. Odom writes and edits fantasy, young adult, and science fiction. She works as a content writer for a small Canadian press, and had a poem published in 2014 by Unfold. She is currently working on a degree in Creative Writing from Full Sail University. She lives around the beaches of northern Florida with her cat and two crazy dogs.
For Tomorrow: A Collection of Poems
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Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Aleta Overton grew up in its' suburbs before moving back to the city in her early teens. At a young age she began writing in order to practice and share her stories with friends.
Aleta first discovered Sci-fi and Fantasy while rummaging through her granddad's favorite VHS tapes. Her mother swears that at five, Aleta would watch Dune for hours on end! In her teens she began writing fantasy after reading J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, which remains today one of her favorites.
While a Creative Writing major at Cleveland School of the Arts, Aleta continued expanding her talents in storytelling. Her one act play Between Boyz was featured in the New Play Festival ... read more
A Simple Gal's Cookbook
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Angelo Pisano is a successful entrepreneur, artist and author.
He grew up tough, loud and using drugs in Brentwood, Long Island with two brothers, a mother and a stepfather who was emotionally and physically abusive. He was always smart but used it for criminal purposes and didn't conform well with authority. If there was something he wanted, he took it and was proud of the title once given to him: The Invisible Man.
Despite his prowess, he was arrested on several counts of drug-related thefts and served over ten years on three separate indeterminate terms in New York State prisons, 97-R-7285, 03-A-5071 and 07-A-5744.
Throughout his incarceration, Angelo witnessed the abuse that naïve and unsuspecting new ... read more
Prison Guide: Prison Survival Secrets Revealed
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Alex Rosaria mainly writes horror stories, but also likes to branch out into other genres when his creativity demands it.
He loves the freedom writing gives in creating any story that transforms in his mind, and to share this with anyone willing to read it.
Gone World: Episode Four (No Shelter)
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Born in Berkeley CA, raised in the small quaint town of Ukiah CA, then moving to Sacramento CA in her teens, Mrs. Tunson has been rooted in a diverse sense of community, style, and culture. She takes pride in her colorful upbringing, crediting her adventurous and open minded personality to her exposure to various social dynamics, and adapting to change at such a young age.
Mrs. Tunson’s passion for love, life, and family is the primary motivation for her first book, New Millennium Love. The struggles of growing up too fast, trying to tackle major life decisions while developing herself, surely provided its share of trials and tribulations. Yet surviving and overcoming adversities prove to be her most ep ... read more
New Millennium Love: A Refreshing Perspective To Stimulate Healthy Fulfilling Relationships In Today's Era
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Annelie Wendeberg writes stuff all the time. She's an adjunct professor in environmental microbiology and occasionally makes her students weep. Her head is full with fictional characters. Often, the poor sods have to suffer or die.
You can find her here: http://anneliewendeberg.com
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A. Wrighton has been imagining flights of wild fancy since before she could figure out how to tie her shoes. Her love of writing, creating, and imagination has led her through a life full imaginative and amazing adventures.
A. Wrighton's literary efforts were first noticed in grade school and again in college where she was held at grade point and commanded to switch majors and write. Since that fateful day in autumn, she has followed her creativity's calling and went forward to earn honors in a BA in English as well as honors in a MFA in Creative Writing. A. Wrighton runs a blog on writing, mentors a group of fellow indie authors, and occasionally provides editorial services through her independent publishing ... read more
Convergence: Dragonics & Runics Part III
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A. A. Hart
En este mundo hay mundos, y en ellos otros. Cree en ello como si creyeras que tras la noche siempre llega el día y serás capaz de ver aquello que otros no pueden. La inspiración llega de todos lados, y casi siempre en los momentos más inoportunos. Los genios de la sabiduría juegan con nosotros, simples mortales, pero al final siempre están dispuestos a ayudarnos (a algunos se les convence incluso con café).
Gracias a ti, genio, por darme lo que me faltaba.
A. A. Hart
Ehsariell -Nueva versión-
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A. B. Betancourt
A. B. Betancourt was born in Silver Spring, Maryland to an aspiring writer and an entrepreneur. From an early age, she was encouraged to write and be creative in a multitude of ways. Also, heavily influenced by science and math, she got her degree in Electrical Engineering at University of Maryland. Realizing her true passion was writing, she turned towards publishing a book on Amazon. Now an engineer turned author, she writes fantasy and science fiction
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A. C. Ellis
A. C. Ellis has published short and novel length mystery/suspence and science fiction in both electronic format and traditional print format.
In Pursuit of the Enemy
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A. C. Harrison
Author of "Jupiter Symphony," the first book in the Nomad Trilogy, A.C. Harrison was born and raised in the desert city of Phoenix, Arizona. He has resided in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, and Tempe, while also spending time away from the heat in hideaways such as Payson and Flagstaff. He currently lives in Mesa with his wife and a small farm of animals that includes two dogs and two cats (and no ark). Though he does suffer a day job, his passions have driven him to writing, ultimately culminating in a side career as an author and novelist. Though mostly interested in full-length novels, A.C. Harrison has also tried his hand at short stories and research papers, mostly stemming from his time spent in college.
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A. C. Masterson
A. C. Masterson writes about sex. But it's not just by-the-numbers, tab-A-into-slot-B sex. A. C. writes about jaded dreamers, dark fantasies and twisted dreams. It's the sort of sex that you think about in the dark, the kind you fantasize about but might not want to admit to anybody.
A. C. writes both as an individual and as part of the breakout, "Blushing Mischief," a troupe of truly gifted writers.
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A. D. Barncord
A poetic person who bugged her parents when she was a toddler to teach her to read, so she could read poetry on her own, when Mom was busy. Who grew up on Tom Swift, Nancy Drew, and Hardy Boys stories. Who devoured every Three Investigators book she found. Who watched every episode of Star Trek TOS with her dad at least three times. Who was mesmerized by Star Wars, terrified by The Forbidden Planet, and revered the original Battlestar Galactica series. Who got so into The Chronicles of Narnia, her chest was aching at the end of one chapter because she had been holding her breath. Who read the Lord of the Rings so long at one sitting that her eyes were burning and bloodshot. Who enjoyed reading The Simillarian, ... read more
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A. D. Cooper
A. D. Cooper, or Addy to her friends and colleagues is an outgoing, caffeine-addicted Canuck and is not afraid to talk about anything that is taboo and strange, especially sex.
Addy also writes m/f erotic romance as Adelaide Cooper.
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A. D. Joyce
A. D. Joyce is a poet/writer/editor living in New Jersey. Her blog, Sweepy Jean Explores the (Webby) World, showcases her poetry and discusses topics such as the writing life, women's issues, and personal growth.
A. D. also hosts the Third Sunday Blog Carnival, a gathering of articles about poetry, fiction, writing, and publishing.
Like. Love. Hate.
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A. D. Justice
I am a true Southern-born and Southern-bred girl from the Heart of Dixie (humming Sweet Home Alabama yet?). Originally from Alabama, my parents divorced when I was very young and I moved to northwest Georgia with my mom and siblings. While I love GA and the beautiful mountains, around football season, you will hear me yell "ROLL TIDE" without hesitation!
I have been happily married for 24 years and we have two wonderful sons, both of them are in college. I have a full-time job that pays the bills but I love writing with a passion. I wrote short stories as a teenager, but really only for my friends to read. Other hobbies include horseback riding, hiking, snorkeling, scuba diving, traveling, spending time w ... read more
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A. D. McLain
A.D. McLain (a.k.a. Amanda Young) is a writer of Paranormal Romance (specifically werewolf romances) and Fantasy. She currently resides in Louisiana,
where she is married to her soulmate, Raymond.
Wolf of the Future
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A. D. Nance
Originally from Oklahoma, I now reside on the Carolina coast. I wrote Leonardo Who? in 1993, then revised and published in 2013. In 1997 I was able to write an account of my 6+ years I lived in New York. In April 2014 I published Poems of a Common Man - a collection of poems and song over the decades. In May 2014, part one of an upward looking epic fantasy was published - My Stars and Other Highlights. I hope to continue writing and walking on the beach with my wife Sally.
Light In the Cave
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A. D. Whittington
I am determined to make a difference in the world with my words. There is no guaranteed way to assure everyone has a perfect life but with my personal experiences, I can uplift the spirit of others to help them see the brighter tomorrow. I currently reside in SC write full-time.
It's My Fault....
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A. E. Elliott
A. E. Elliott is a Berlin-based blogger and e-journalist who has been publishing candid, first-person views on counterculture, music and politics since 2002. Vote Tekno Party is her first fiction novel, and is based on personal experience of London's squat and techno party scenes.
She is an editor at Sensanostra.com and contributes regularly to it, as well as UnsceneBerlin.blogspot.com and FleetingReams.blogspot.com. Some of her earlier stuff can also be found at http://bubblejam.net/
Vote Tekno Party
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A. E. Mableson
Writer of both fantasy short stories and novels the bulk of A. E. Mableson's tales deal with the magical realm of Island World. The epic adventure fantasy series Tales of Island World relates the history of this unfortunate world. Island World lives under the curse of the evil creature Gwaum.
Born of fire in the ancient realm of Napoli, Gwaum grew in power until he became stronger than his master, the Wizard Darnay. His first meal was to devour an unfortunate young woman. This fueled a desire for the taste of human flesh that consumed the monster.
The epic fantasy adventure series Tales of Island World begins with the novella, Wizard of the Golden Star. Arii was the greatest Wizard of the Golden Star of all ... read more
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A. E. Tulloch
A. E. Tulloch has been writing for decades, but has only recently begun to publish her work. Very nerdy herself, she seeks to bring an element of geek chic to erotica. She lives in the Midwest where she has devoted much thought to whether it would be better to be a werewolf or a vampire, and considers no bad movie too bad to sit through at least twice.
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A. F. Alexander
A.F. Alexander was one of those far right conservative Christians. A.F. Alexander was born and raised in Colorado. She witnessed first hand the relocation of Focus on the Family, and its impact on the city. She graduated from a church sponsored Bible Institute, worked as a part time church secretary in her spare time, was a Sunday School teacher for approximately eight years, and wrote for a monthly church publication. She left the movement, after a few decades of ardent involvement, over the position that women should stay with abusive husbands.
She holds a BSBA degree, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Sacred Theology. She has worked in Fortune 500 companies her entire adult life. This was the book that had t ... read more
Birth Control, Insurance Coverage, and the Religious Right
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A. F. Stewart
A. F. Stewart is from Nova Scotia, Canada, is fond of good books (especially science fiction/fantasy), action movies, and oil painting as a hobby.
Ms. Stewart has been writing for several years, her main focus being in the fantasy genre. She also has a great interest in history and mythology, often working those themes into her books and stories.
To date she has authored and published several short novels, collections of poetry and short fiction and non-fiction entertainment guides. Her most well-known books are Killers and Demons, Ruined City and Chronicles of the Undead.
Fairy Tale Fusion
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A. G. Baines
Andrew Baines is a writer of Science Fiction and Fantasy. He has twice been named a Finalist in the prestigious Writer’s of the Future Contest, in the fourth quarter of 2009 and the first quarter of 2010. He currently resides in Texas with his wife, son, and two cats. You can find out more about him and his other works at his website http://agbaines.com or follow him on twitter @agbaines.
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A. G. Moore
Writing is a solitary occupation, and yet it is among the most social of endeavors. While the writer works alone, the words produced are sent out to the world in the hope of finding an audience. There is a kind of madness that all writers share, especially those who have not yet found their audience. The work proceeds, buoyed often by nothing more than determination and ideas.
A. G. Moore writes books, stories, blogs, tweets, essays. She finds the exercise of framing a thought carefully to be a medium for intellectual growth and personal understanding. Crafting a piece fastidiously often leads her from a place of unfounded assumption to one of informed clarity. Research is always part of the process, as is del ... read more
Ernesto Learns to Love His Nose
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A. G. Moye
Books with a Twist!
Born in the cotton fields of Arkansas. Delivered newspapers in Clarksville, Arkansas from 5 to 14 and then moved to California. Work in the metals Industry management for thirty years. I am married with seven children and twenty- two grandchildren along with three great grandchildren. Started writing in 1987 just as a hobby but found I enjoyed it so much that I kept it up even after retiring. My wife, Sammi is my biggest supporter; pushing me to get my books published which I have enjoyed hearing from those that read them that they enjoyed reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them.Currently writing my three book Science Fiction series called Marauder Chronicles. Finished with first two ... read more
Chronicles of the Marauder- Book One
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A. H. Richards
It was raining when I was born, in a tiny village hospital in South Wales. (It's always raining in South Wales, and the sheep that run through the streets, bleating insanely, come direct from Hades.) My grandmother's first words, when she saw me in my hospital crib were, "Let 'im die, bless 'im. He looks like a rabbit skin with a head on it." Those words were not spoken in malice. Impatient to get on with things, I had arrived three months premature. I weighed just over 3 pounds. Gran came from a generation when babes in my state would have passed away in front of the living room fire.
Since that inauspicious birth, I have worked as a janitor, antique refinisher, music teacher, mink-farm labourer, factory drudg ... read more
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A. J. Lath
A. J. Lath has often been told that he has a wild and overactive imagination, and nowadays lets it all out by means of writing stories and working as an illustrator. He has had a small number of short stories published in the small presses, and in his professional life has illustrated CD covers and supplied 3D graphics for videogames.
Dreamshade is his first book; it was inspired by an article about childhood imaginary friends, which led him to wonder ... what if those friends were real? And what if those friends had enemies?
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A. J. Leavens
A love of reading as a kid allowed me to explore worlds with dragons, spaceships, robots, and antiques cars. I've always had stories in my brain, and I've finally had the time to let them out onto the page. I'm a father of 4 who's been married for 15 years, and is more and more in love everyday.
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A. J. Maneville
Just another aspiring writer, been writing since childhood, and taking advantage of the wonders of eBooks to get myself published.
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A. J. Osorio
Graduation from New York University led to a career in education. An M.A., supported by graduate work (Hofstra), and a doctoral program (CUNY), concluded my formal education. Old books, museums and musty libraries fascinated me. I wanted to bring my findings to life.
I discovered a path to the past through living history. While a 12-year member of the Brigade of the American Revolution (1975-1986), I recreated el Regimiento de la Luisiana, which became a practical basis for writing.
During the American Bicentennial, my group demonstrated from Canada to Florida. As reenactment-commander, I accepted the surrender of British colors at San Augustine. During my tenure, I participated in instructional exercises on ... read more
Spain's Royal Corps of Engineers
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A. J. Rand
Award-winning author Bo Savino lives in sunny Florida surrounded by a mixed bag of family and friends. She wrote her first novel (never published) at the young age of 18, and is an avid fan of the science fiction & fantasy genre she writes her stories in!
Bo uses different pseudonyms to keep her young adult genres separate from her adult ones, which she writes under A. J. Rand.
Titles out by Bo Savino:
The Reggie & Ryssa Series
Reggie & Ryssa and the Summer Camp of Faery (Book 1)
Titles out by Bo Savino as A. J. Rand:
The Yeshua Star Series:
Broken Wings: Genesis (Book 1)
Broken Wings: Alpha (Book 2)
The Nibiran Series:
Sky Gold (Book 1 with co-author Carrassa Sands)
The Tapestry Series:
Keeper of the Fl ... read more
Reggie & Ryssa and the Summer Camp of Faery (Book 1 of the Reggie & Ryssa Series)
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A. Katie Rose
A. Katie Rose is a workaholic living in San Antonio, Texas. With her day job as a photographer, she moonlights as a writer. When not working, she likes a weekend trail ride on her horses or just a quick trip around the pasture. Her extracurricular activities include long walks, reading, watching movies, camping, hiking and enjoying the company of friends around a fire.
A Colorado native, she earned her B.A. in literature and history at Western State College, in Gunnison, Colorado. While in school, she won second place in a history term paper contest, an essay on King Richard III. In 1990, she rode her Arabian gelding, Tara Starbask, to win the Colorado Arabian Horse Club high point in Trail.
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A. Knighton Stanley
Alfred Knighton Stanley was born in the village of Dudley, in the County of Wayne in the state of North Carolina in 1937. Dr. Stanley is the youngest of 5 children born to Joseph Taylor Stanley and Kathryn Turrentine Stanley. Rev. Dr. Joseph T. Stanley who at the time of Knighton’s birth was pastor of First Congregational Church in Dudley, the oldest African American church of the Congregational tradition in North Carolina, was at the same time on special assignment on behalf of the Board of Homeland Missions of the Congregational Christian Churches. His assignment was to assist with church development with “Negro” Congregational Christian Churches in rural areas and small towns in eastern North Carolina ... read more
A View From My Window - 15 Sermons of Hope and Assurance
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A. L. Campbell
When you're a child and you make up stories, you're called a "liar". When you're an adult and you make up stories, you're called an "Author". I never realized I had a talent for making up interesting tales, but I should have. All the telling signs were present early on. As a child, I had little action figures from various kid television shows. Like most little boys, I divided the figures into good guys and bad guys and they figured out ways to defeat the other during the course of an afternoon. The clue that I never picked up on was the fact that I had a third side that played the, so called, good guys and bad guys against each other. The conflicts didn't last for one afternoon. They typically lasted about 3 da ... read more
The Prodigy: Greatness Has A Price
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A. L. Garner
Writing has always been something I enjoyed. Since I was a child, creating stories was my world and reality was the strange part. Since, it has been my dream to write stories and share them with the world.
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A. L. Swanson
I’ve been writing since high school and am excited for the chance to finally get my writing out to the public. I don’t write for the literary crowd, I write for people that like to read casually. I try to create an entertaining, fun experience for the reader. I have several more novels that I’m in the process of editing, so if you enjoyed In Eden’s Shadow, then check back soon for my next novel. Thanks! ~A. L. Swanson
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A. L. Walton
A former network administrator and software developer for the U.S. Department of Defense, A.L. Walton (otherwise known as Piscis – or simply “the fish”) currently resides in Boise, Idaho, where he spends a good chunk of his time making stuff up and putting it on paper. And writing music. But mostly the other thing.
You can follow the author at www.writingfish.net or @TheSpaceFish on Twitter.
The Amber Ring (A Novella)
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A. L. Wilson
As a young child A. L. held three aspirations which she vocally proclaimed to anyone that listened. She was either going to be an author, an actress or a psychologist.
It was only after her brother was diagnosed with Autism and Pervasive Development Disorder that her aspirations shifted from theater and prose to exclusively studying psychology.
However, she never truly left her flare for the dramatic behind. At the tender age of eight she was taking a starring role in Tom Sawyer; the following year it was Alice in Wonder Land. Then eventually her Senior year of High School she wrote and starred in the school's Senior play.
The Case of the Murder that Wasn't, had her bouncing around stage as a savvy detecti ... read more
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A. Lee Martinez
Science Fiction / Fantasy Novelist with 10 traditionally published novels to my name. I write weird adventure fantasy with humorous under and overtones. Someone once said I take extraordinary characters and place them in ordinary situations. Also, I like weird tentacle monsters for some reason because they keep popping up in most of my stories, but that wasn't intentional. Regardless, I'm a guy who tells stories and has managed to get paid for it now and then, so I can't be all that bad at it, can I?
If you want to read about robot detectives, awkward vampires, or gods who spend way too much time sitting on the sofa watching Spanish soap operas, I'm your guy. Just remember. It's pulpy weird fiction, NOT ... read more
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A. M. Gray
Andrew Gray was born in Bangor, Northern Ireland. Several years after this, he passed his Cycling Proficiency Test on the first attempt. Surfing the tsunami of this success, he was encouraged to study English Literature at Queen’s University, Belfast. He is the proud owner of a piece of paper that declares him to be an Unmarried Man of the Arts. He collected another piece of paper from Cambridge University that said he had learnt how to teach English – but only to children who already know how to speak it. Now, he makes his living topping up the English of English speakers and drawing diagonal lines, in coloured ink, on the things they write. In his spare time, Andrew became a Married Man of the Arts, and h ... read more
Position of Trust
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A. M. Harding
Angell M. Harding is a caffeine addict from Brisbane, Australia. Her natural habitat is perched over her tablet in the nearest coffee shop or tea house, gazing into space in between furious bursts of typing.
A voracious devourer of stories, Angell enjoys books, movies, and television series of all types except romance. When she's not writing, she pours her creative energies into drawing, painting, and sculpting.
Speak for the Dead
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A. M. Hudson
A.M. Hudson started writing full-time after her third child. She lives a more than ordinary life in Australia with her husband and children. When she's not writing, she sings in a duo or can be found under a pile of books.
Tears of the Broken
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A. M. Leibowitz
A. M. Leibowitz is a spouse, parent, feminist, and book-lover falling somewhere on the Geek-Nerd Spectrum. She keeps warm through the long, cold western New York winters by writing romantic plot twists and happy-for-now endings.