Authors

      • Adrian Webster
      • Adrian Webster brought a great work ethic and passionate play to the NASL Sounders. Those were the days of playing at Memorial Stadium before sell-out crowds of 17,000 who literally hung over the field on those steeply-graded stands while hanging on every kick from the home side. It seems like a lifetime away, yet the memories are still fresh. Webster and his mates doing the impossible in 1977, a season that seemed to flat line but then turned into the Sounders' first deep playoff run. 58,000 fans cheering as Jocky Scott headed home the winner and Adrian's club defeated the LA Aztecs and George Best. Then came the big day, an event which all true Sounders fans set their spiritual clocks by. Soccer Bowl '77 and Pele's last match, the league final against Webster's Sounders. GoalWa - David Falk
      • Alan Winnikoff
      • Alan Winnikoff is the co-founder and owner of a New York City based public relations, social media and branding firm. A native of Los Angeles, Alan moved to Manhattan after college and now lives in Westchester County, New York with his wife, Pamela Kroll, and their two sons. The Weekend is his first published work of longer fiction.
      • Alison Jean Ash
      • Alison Jean Ash Living in 13 cities in 7 states by age 18, as a child I found stability in reading, from mystery to mythology, from Shakespeare to the backs of cereal boxes. Employment took me to kitchens, offices, bookstores, broom closets, emergency shelters and 12 years as a craft artist. And all the while, I've been writing. I live in Western Washington, near salt water and mountains. I rejoice in 2 children and 4 grandchildren, swimming and being a soccer hooligan with my husband, who inspires my romances both sweet and sexy. Many of my stories are set in the fictional Midwestern town of Oakville, where “people still know their neighbors, friendships last a lifetime—and gossip is a force of nature.” As Jade Max, I also write steamy romance. Please visit my blog at http://ArachneAlison.blogspot.com or my facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/authorAlisonAsh or my Amazon author page at http://www.amazon.com/Alison-Jean-Ash/e/B005C6FOY4 If you enjoy my work, please consider reviewing a story or two. I write for YOU.
      • Allyson R. Abbott
      • #1 Best-selling British Author (fiction and non-fiction) A Blooming Boomer who loves life on the road, making new friends and meeting great people. Life in the slow lane! After a few full-on years of travelling, which included a year and a half checking out New Zealand, a few Pacific islands, Australia and South Africa, 15months driving around the USA in a motorhome, some quick few weeks visit to Canada, Mexico, Cuba and Spain, we have now decided to pull over onto the hard shoulder for a year and have settled on the Valencian Province in Spain. Life is rich, but the pocket is empty and I need time to focus on my writing for a while. It is very easy to get distracted when you see so many beautiful places. One of the most common questions I get asked is, which country or place did you like the most? A very difficult question to answer as each country or state for that matter, has something to offer. I loved New Zealand for its beauty and the friendliness of its people, South Africa for its richness of colour and history, and in the USA Montana and Arizona for their scenery, Florida for its beaches, Louisiana for its diversity, but I could go on for ever. My writing career started half way around the USA, when I realised for the first time in my life I had time on my hand to write a book. I hope to use some of my experiences within my books; you will find a bit of Fiji in Goodbye, Hello and I am now planning a book three in the Abby and Ed Series to send them on adventures to visit the same places. Apart from my non-fiction book; How to Write a Simple Book Review, all my other books are about women over the age of forty. I can’t help but add humour, because we laugh in life and I try to make my books about people who we can all relate to. I do hope you enjoy them. I expect that after a few months in Spain I will start to get itchy feet. There are still so many countries I want to visit, before my husband and I get too old to enjoy them. So you never know I may bump into you in Thailand, Sri Lanka, Italy or even the USA as there is still so much to see there. Enjoying life while I can, best regards Allyson. http://www.AllysonRAbbott.com http://AllysonRAbbott.blogspot.com
      • Amanda Ward
      • Amanda Ward 'What You See Is What You Get' would be the best way to describe Amanda. Born in Bexleyheath, England 1971, she is a wife and mother of seven children ranging  in ages from her 21 year old daughter down to a spirited 3 year old son. A very proud grandmother to a grandson born in April of 2012, life  in her house is manic.  There is always unpredictablity and a disaster waiting  round the next corner.  There is however,  plenty of love and laughter in the  home Amanda shares with her wonderful comedic husband Matt and their 3 youngest  children  in Bedfordshire,  England.  In between school runs, housework and  talking to her two cats, Amanda divides her time between writing, dreaming and  watching her favourite films and television shows.  An unashamed addict of  Little House on the Prairie, The Waltons, Gilmore Girls, Anne of Green Gables and Doris Day musicals, as well as sharing her husband's love of Science Fiction  and superhero films. Amanda is also passionate about history and her bookshelves are lined with  books on the Royal Families of Europe and thick historical tomes.  Her love of  romance novels began when she was snooping in her grandmother's spare room where  she found a Janet Dailey novel, from there her dream of becoming a published  author began.  Her perfect afternoon would be spent watching a musical, drinking a pot of tea and munching on warm home-made cakes with her family.   Wife,  mother, dreamer and lover.  Jill of all trades, master of none!
      • Amber Daulton
      • Amber DaultonAmber Daulton lives in the beautiful foothills of North Carolina with her wonderful husband and their five crazy kitties. Writing takes up most of her time, aside from her day job in the retail industry, but her husband doesn’t mind cooking most nights to keep her well fed. As a fan of contemporary, paranormal and historical novels alike, she can’t get enough of feisty heroines and alpha heroes. Her mind is a wonderland of romance and adventure, laughter and awesome ways of kicking a guy when he’s down. Writing is her passion and she probably wouldn’t be too sane without it. After all, what’s a girl to do when there are people jabbering away in her head and there’s no way to shut them up? Write! Nothing else works.
      • Angel Ray
      • Angel Ray is a freelance writer who has lived and written in states such as Arkansas, Louisiana, and Missouri. Angel has had many published books. Published with Luminosity Publishing, New Concepts Publishing, Pink Flamingo Publications, and Extasy Books as well as being published in poetry and short story anthologies.
      • Angela Ford
      • Angela Ford Angela Ford originates from Nova Scotia…Canada’s Ocean Playground! Her love of the ocean and sunsets are always in her heart and give her inspiration. Her love for words keeps her turning the page. She is never without a book, whether she’s reading or writing. Now residing in Ontario, Angela works in Finance – numbers by day – words by night. Her dedication to volunteer and involvement with cyber safety seminars gave her an Award of Distinction and sparked the idea for her first book Closure – crime suspense that hit Best Selling Action/Adventure. Ms. Ford continued her FBI series with Forbidden with the final in the series coming in 2015. In between mysteries, Ms. Ford writes short contemporary romance…sometimes sweet Blind Tasting …sometimes spicy Unforgettable Kiss and sometimes with a dash of suspense! The Christmas Wreath. You can view her books and connect with her on social media at Romantic Escapes – Angela Ford’s Website. http://www.angelafordauthor.com
      • Beth Wilson
      • Beth Wilson is a librarian and author from Oklahoma who recently moved to Washington. Her previous works include School of Sky, a chapbook of poetry, and Modest Aspirations, which is a collaboration of poetry and short stories with the author Gerald Locklin. Beth Wilson got her undergraduate degree in English because she wanted to be a writer. She didn’t want to be a teacher and have to take her work home with her, so she went to library school. Now that she is a librarian, she realizes that having access to so many books everyday makes it harder to write than if she had to grade papers. She has managed to balance reading and writing, though. She has published many short stories and poems with small, indie publishers.
      • Carol Ann Kauffman
      • Carol Ann Kauffman Carol Ann Kauffman is an author from Ohio, in the Midwest. She is a retired teacher from a local school district, where she taught first grade for most of her thirty-five year career, but also second and third grade and was a reading specialist for her last three years. She has worked at a print shop as a printer, managed a department store office, and worked for an insurance agency. She loves to travel; her favorite places being Italy, and Aruba, which show up in her novels quite a bit. She loves to play Bridge and to garden. She grows African violets and orchids. She is the author of the Time After Time series, which follows a pair of lovers through their many lifetimes together. Her novels, classified as romantic action adventures with a sci-fi/ fantasy twist, are about life, love, loss, and lunacy. Connect with Carol on Twitter at @Cay47. Visit her website at carolannkauffman.weebly.com or visit her blog, Vision and Verse at visionandverse.blogspot.com.
      • Carol Ritten Smith
      • Carol Ritten SMith Carol Ritten Smith loves a good romance, whether it’s her own happily-ever-after with her husband of over forty years, a book she is reading or the next one she is writing. Born, raised and living in central Alberta, Canada, Carol often places her stories in her beautiful province. Mother of two, she loves to spend time with her family, write romances and occasionally, very occasionally, help her husband on their buffalo ranch. Who knows, someday she may write about a buffalo rancher and his gal.
      • Casey Dawes
      • Casey Dawes Casey Dawes writes and quilts on the Clark Fork River in Missoula, Montana where she spends far too much time watching wildlife from her "woman cave." She shares her peaceful abode with a husband she adores and two cats who think they own the joint. In her previous "lives" she's been a medical records secretary, stagehand, college professor, junior high teacher on an Indian Reservation, Montessori teacher in Brooklyn, temp in businesses in New York City, a database guru for several fortune 500 companies, business and life coach. She's lived in New Jersey, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New York City, Pennsylvania and California. With these varied careers, four step-children and two boys of her own, she has plenty to write about! She's written three non-fiction books. California Sunset was her first romantic fiction book. A passionate believer in the healing power of love, Casey knows that anyone can find the love he or she deserves and wants. Her characters can show you how. She'd love to hear your opinion on any book. Please consider leaving a review on Amazon. Thanks! If you want to be notified about upcoming releases, please go to www.stories-about-love.com and subscribe to the Stories About Love newsletter which comes out about four times a year.
      • Chris Karlsen
      • Chris KarlsenChris Karlsen is a retired police detective. She spent twenty-five years in law enforcement with two different agencies. The daughter of a history professor and a voracious reader, she grew up with a love of hisotry and books. An internationally published author, Chris has traveled extensively throughout Europe, the Near East, and North Africa satisfying her need to visit the places she read about. Having spent a great deal of time in England and Turkey, she has used her love of both places as settings for her books. "Heroes Live Forever," which is her debut book, is set in England as is the sequel, "Journey in Time." Both are part of her "Knights in Time," series. Her third book, to be released in late 2011, "Golden Chariot," is set in Turkey and she is currently working on another set in Turkey, Paris and Cyprus. Published by Books to Go Now, her novels are available in digital, ebook, and Android App. "Heroes Live Forever," is available in paperback and "Journey in Time," will be made available in paperback in October, 2011 on her publisher's site. A Chicago native, Chris has lived in Paris and Los Angeles and now resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and four rescue dogs. A city girl all her life, living in a small village on a bay was a interesting adjustment. She'd never lived anywhere so quiet at night and traffic wasn't bumper to bumper 24/7. Some of Chris's favorite authors are: Michael Connolly, John Sandford, Joseph Wambaugh, Stephen Coonts, Bernard Cornwell, Julia Quinn, Julie Anne Long, Deanna Raybourne and Steve Berry.
      • Daralyse Lyons
      • Daralyse LyonsWhen Daralyse Lyons isn’t doing splits or jumping out of airplanes, this yoga teacher and adrenaline junkie can be found with pen in hand furiously scribbling her latest novel. She has written seven full-length books to date and loves nothing more than creating stories that engage readers and leave them wanting more. She currently lives in the quaint Mount Airy area of Philadelphia.

      • Darlene Panzera
      • Darlene PanzeraDarlene Panzera writes sweet, fun-loving romance and is the winner of the "Make Your Dreams Come True Contest" sponsored by Avon Books, which led her novella, THE BET, to be published with Debbie Macomber's FAMILY AFFAIR. The full length novel, re-titled, BET YOU'LL MARRY ME, released December 2012 and her upcoming series, THE CUPCAKE DIARIES, releases May 2013 with subtitles: Sweet on You, Recipe for Love, and Taste of Romance. "I love writing stories that help inspire people to laugh, value relationships, and pursue their dreams." Born and raised in New Jersey, Darlene is now a resident of the Pacific Northwest where she lives with her husband and three children. When not writing she enjoys spending time with her family and her two horses, and loves camping, hiking, photography, and lazy days at the lake. Darlene would love to hear from her readers. You can find her on Facebook or visit her website.
      • Dawn Luedecke
      • Dawn LuedeckeA country girl born and bred, Dawn Luedecke has spent most of her life surrounded by horses, country folk, and the wild terrain of Nevada, Idaho and Montana. As a child she would spend many afternoons reading books, watching western classics, and Rogers and Hammerstein movies. When she grew up she decided to leave the quiet country life for a chance to find adventure by serving a successful tour in the United States Coast Guard. During that time she found her soul mate (and alpha male) and started a family and writing career. She enjoys writing historical and paranormal romance and spends as much time as she can working on her current manuscript.  
      • Ed Hayes-Kathie Hayes
      • Ed and Kathie Hayes Ed and Kathie Hayes are a mother and son writing team both living in the Pacific Northwest.  We write in the romantic suspense and thriller genres. Most readers want to know how we produce our manuscripts and how we divide our roles.  We collaborate.  We work as partners through the entire process from concept to editing.  Many want to know how it feels to write the 'hot' scenes together, and we both agree it's a little strange.  Writing is a craft and we act as writing professionals. We hope you enjoy our books, and look forward to your reviews and any comments.  We can also be followed on facebook, or visit our website.
      • Eleonora de Lennart
      • Eleonora de Lennart is a national bestselling author and researcher of The BioChemical Machine 1 and 2 and The Race That Should Be Human. She is also a passionate dog lover and animal advocate who has opened up the minds of people all over the world.
      • Elizabeth Player
      • Almost ten years ago, once the children had flown the nest I moved to the glorious county of Cornwall with my now retired husband Ray. I divide my time between dog grooming, in a workshop in my garden, and writing. My past working life within education now seems a million miles away. I've always been an avid reader and writing was something I'd promised myself I'd do 'once I had the time.' I began that journey by joining a local writing group and had fun with stories/plays that were performed on radio and performed by local theatre. Once I'd had my first short e-story accepted by Carina UK that gave me the spur to carry on. Being part of a local writing group helps to keep me focused and for inspiration I only have to step outside my back door and the coastal paths and beaches are just a stones throw away.
      • Ella Medler
      • Ella Medler is a U.K. author and editor who lives in a corner of Heaven, on the south-west coast of Ireland, overlooking the Atlantic. She writes fiction in many genres — some after her own tastes, and some to make her readers happy. Sometimes, those two happen to coincide. A fierce supporter of genuine talent, Ella Medler founded Paper Gold Publishing, a modern-day publisher with old-fashioned values, because she believes there are authors out there who deserve a chance to shine, authors who would otherwise fall between the cracks of a crumbling, forever-shifting industry. As an editor, Ella Medler has the tendency to nit-pick on plot issues while ignoring the type of rule that doesn't allow for a sentence to be finished in a preposition. Ella Medler is active on all social media platforms, so all you have to do to find her is Google her name. She'd like to hear from you, whether you are a reader, a fellow editor or author, or another player in this publishing game. Drop her a line via ellamedler@gmail.com
      • Emily Vogel
      • Emily Vogel grew up in Ohio, but now lives in Melbourne, Australia. She's a sucker for anything to do with Christmas, and celebrates it twice a year - in December with the rest of the world and again in July, during the Australian winter. She also has a weakness for a good story, no matter where it comes from.
      • Helen W. Mallon
      • Helen MallonHelen W. Mallon draws on her Philadelphia Quaker background to explore the tension between tradition and change.  Her short stories explore a compassionate response to the pain and grace of the human journey.
         As a writing coach, Helen combines Buddhist principles of mindful listening with technical guidance as she guides clients to do their best work.  She works with private clients in person or online, and she conducts workshops in Northwest Philadelphia.
         Her book reviews appear regularly in the Philadelphia Inquirer  and Fiction Writers Review.  Her essays, poems, and short stories have appeared in the Inquirer, Philadelphia Stories Magazine, Apiary Online, Mars Hill Review, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, and more.
         Mindful Writing Tweets: @helenwmallon
      • Hyu-Wai Loucks
      • Hui-Wai Lau was born in Toronto, Canada, in 1999. She spent most of her childhood in Champaign, IL, where her passions for writing and playing the flute began during middle school. She enjoys having the multi-cultural perspective of being a Chinese-Canadian and aside from writing and music, is interestested in delving deeper into the humanities and social sciences in college. She anticipates writing more in the future, but for now, is content with having her dream come true by publishing her first novel.
      • JD Corbett
      • I have been a nurse and and educator for the last ten years, but I have always had a passion for writing!  Whether it be historical essays, love stories, or even academic work, I enjoy every minute of the creative process! I hold 2 bachelors degrees in Psychology and Nursing, and a Masters in Nursing Education, all from the University of Central Florida.  On a more personal note, I am an avid runner, and currently live outside of Washington DC with my husband and daughter
      • Jennifer Chambers
      • Jennifer Chambers writes about strong women with bold stories. She is a nationally known public speaker on topics like self-advocacy, body love and on how the legacies of strong women in history contribute to activism today. Chambers attended the University of Iowa Summer Writing Festival. The co-owner and Contributing Editor of Groundwaters Publishing is a survivor of traumatic brain injury, which forced her to re-learn everything from walking and talking to tying her shoes. She lives with her family in the Pacific Northwest and is learning to play bluegrass and Motown on her ukulele -- but not at the same time. Her life is fueled by coffee, family, music, and books. For booking or signing schedule, contact her website, http://www.jenniferbyerschambers.com.
      • Jennifer Conner
      • Jenni Jennifer Conner is a best-selling Northwest author who has sixty short stories, novellas and full length novels in print, ebook, and audiobook. She writes in Christmas Romance, Contemporary Romance, Paranormal Romance, Historical Romance, and Erotica. She has hit Amazon's top fifty authors ranking and her books have been #1 in sales. Her novel Shot in the Dark was a finalist in the Emerald City Opener, Cleveland, and Toronto RWA contests.  Jennifer is an Associate Publisher for the indie traditional publisher, Books to Go Now who resides in the Seattle area. They pride themselves in helping new authors get their foot in the door with well-edited manuscripts, professional covers, and platforms uploads.  She lives in a hundred year old house that she grew up in. Her semi-small town holds an interesting mix of resident hillbillies, yuppies and Navy Seals. And of course Seattle, only a few miles away, is the birthplace of Starbucks so coffee is always on the check list. She blows glass beads with a blow torch, (which relieves a lot of stress and people don't bother you).
      • Joe Albanese
      • Joe Albanese is a writer from South Jersey. His short fiction, nonfiction, and poetry have appeared in publications across the U.S. and in seven other countries. Joe is the author of "Smash and Grab" and "Caina," which will be released in 2018.
      • Joyce McCarthy
      • The author hails from India and writes with the pseudonym Khushbu, meaning ‘fragrance’. He works in one of the world’s leading consulting firms. He loves travelling, and has travelled across Europe, the United States, and several Asian countries. During his travels far and wide across the world, he has noticed remarkable interest in and curiosity about the Indian perspective on sexuality, whose pervasive and universal nature is the inspiration behind his erotic creations in diverse global settings.
      • JR Wirth
      • JR Wirth JR Wirth is passionate about writing quality fiction. JR a licensed psychotherapist working with at risk youth, while supervising an adult, mentally ill forensic unit. Combining years of dealing with interpersonal conflicts and distress, with fictional characters and dire situations, the result is compelling, thought provoking and often emotionally charged. Two short stories: “My Halloween Date” and “The Town Beneath the Christmas Tree,” feature his family in fun, adventurous journeys with moral messages.
      • Judy Moore
      • Judy Moore Judy Moore writes primarily mysteries and thrillers, as well as lighter family fiction. A longtime news writer, editor, and magazine feature writer, she has a master's degree in journalism and was a college journalism professor. Her fiction and nonfiction work has been published in numerous national publications, and her novels are published by BTGN publishers. A lifelong Florida resident, she is a former tennis pro and sports writer, so her stories sometimes have a sports backdrop. Her novel "Somebody Killed the Cart Girl" is a golf mystery, and her "Murder in Vail" is set on the ski slopes of Colorado. Her Christmas anthology "Christmas Interrupted," contains three popular novellas: "Airport Christmas," "The Holiday House Sitter," and "The Hitchhiker on Christmas Eve." An earlier novella, "Birds of Prey," and her new novelette "Football Blues," are also available on Amazon.
      • Julie Kavanagh
      • Julie Kavanaugh Julie Kavanagh was born in London. She still lives in the capital with her husband, one of her grown up daughters and seven felines, most of which are rescue cats. Julie works in an Inner city school and loves it although she wishes the holidays were longer. She has been writing for as long as she can remember and, despite modest success, a few years ago she gave it all up to concentrate on her family but now she's back with a vengeance and lots of wonderful tales to share. Julie writes under a series of names to separate the different genres she likes to writes. Please feel free to visit Julie Kavanagh's Website!
      • Karen Hall
      • karen hallKaren Hall enjoys writing, listening to opera, and spending time with her dogs. Though a southerner by birth, friends jokingly tell her she is really from the north. Settle in a comfy chair with your favorite cup of tea and let her Victorian romances sweep you back in time.
      • Kristin Noelle Wolfgang
      • Kristin Wolfgang I was once a sweet young schoolteacher living alone in rural Hawaii. One of my “aunties” set me up on a blind date with a visiting construction worker and twelve years later, we are living in Austin, Texas with five rambunctious children and a darling granddaughter. Many things have changed over the years, but my commitment to writing has not. Through the support of my devoted (and handsome) husband and my writing partner, Jackie Marilla, I have been able to continue sitting at my laptop for long hours, drinking coffee and eating peanut M&Ms. I also wrote 102 Reading Response Lessons: Reading Comprehension for Test Day and Beyond (Corwin Press) in 2005.
      • Laura Strickland
      • Multi-published and multi-award winning author, Laura Strickland writes stories that span several Romance genres. Her Scottish Romances have been compared to Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander and her American Historicals echo the work of authors such as Susan Wiggs and Kristin Hannah. Her award-winning Buffalo Steampunk series has broken new ground both for its setting and its portrayal of automaton characters pursuing their rights. Currently, she is at home in Western New York and at work on her next book.
      • Lauren Marie
      • Lauren Marie Lauren Marie lives with her four cats in Western Washington State. She is the author of Love’s Embers - book 1 of the Canon City Series, Love on Ice - book 2 of the Canon City Series, One Touch at Cob’s Bar and Grill - story 3 of the Montana Ranch Series, Love’s Touch - Then and Now, Going to Another Place and The Men of Haller Lake - Trilogy. A short story - I’m Not What You Think will be released the summer 2015. She also has several other projects in works at present. When she isn't pounding the keys, she is an amateur paranormal investigator. She formed her own group in 2006 to hunt ghosts and some unusual experiences have put in an appearance in some of her stories. Lauren likes to receive feedback. If you want to send her likes and dislikes, you can go to the contact us page on the web-site laurenmariebooks.com or write to her at laurenmariebooks@ gmail.com, themenofhallerlake@hotmail.com. or friend her at facebook.com/laurenmariebooks. She does respond to feedback.
      • Madelynn Belle
      • Madelynn Belle was born in Phoenix, AZ and raised in Centralia, WA. She spent the first half of her life with her grandparents, and to this day credits her vibrant imagination to the many Disney movies her poor, long suffering Grandmother unwittingly provided. Her parents had a great passion for the written word. Soon Madelynn found herself following in their footsteps and becoming an avid bookworm. After receiving her first journal, Madelynn enjoyed scribbling down short stories, and spent a lot of time daydreaming. Her first story was a comedy called “Disaster!” And centered around a young girl on a deserted island who wrote books and played at the beach all day. In junior high Madelynn funneled her passion into the school newspaper and enjoyed interviewing various teachers. In high school she was allowed more creative freedom and several of her poems were published in the school alumnus. At 15 her Dad coaxed her into watching Lord of the Rings for the first time. Madelynn conceded but, after years of sitting through his corny sci-fi films, didn’t have a very high expectation for the movie. She had no idea she was about to fall in love! That was the night Madelynn discovered her passion lay in fantasy. To this day Lord of the Rings remains her favorite trilogy and fantasy remains her favorite genre to write. Madelynn enjoys writing strong, opinionated characters were the woman gets to be the hero. She enjoys exploring other genres as well such as contemporary, sci-fi, comedy and romance. Madelynn prefers to have her toes in the sand and her head in the clouds. She likes to snuggle up in her hobbit slippers and brainstorm new ideas while drinking a hot cup of cocoa. Apart from writing her hobbies include crafting, sewing, road trips and looking for the next adventure. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her cat Luna, who happens to be a great listener. Keep in touch with Madelynn! https://madelynnbelleblog.wordpress.com/ www.facebook.com/madelynnbelle www.twitter.com/madelynnbelle
      • Margarita Felices
      • Margarita Felices I live in Cardiff with my partner and three little mad dogs and I work for a well-known TV broadcasting company. I love living in Cardiff because, for all its modernisation, there are still remnants of an old Victorian city. I love writing and base my stories in Cardiff because it has such character.  When I can, I go out to the coast and take photographs, mind you, we have a lovely castle in the city centre and a fairytale one just on the outskirts, so when I feel I can't write anything, I take a ramble to those locations and it clears my head. I suppose it was inevitable that some day I would write a novel. My teachers at school used to limit me to no more than ten pages.  When I left school, I wrote short stories for magazines, and it paid my way through college.  I am Gothic, I love the fashion, the architecture and the music. The club in my novel is real. When I was writing book one, I got all my club material and clientele from here, I wouldn't have finished that section without it.
      • Mariah L. Radtke
      • Mariah Radtke lives in Washington state with her family. When not caring for her family or four dogs, she works with the elderly and follows her lifelong passion for writing.
      • Marilyn Conner Miles
      • marilyn conner milesMarilyn began writing as soon as she could print. Her first career was in the transportation industry, working for the airlines.  Her second career was in advertising, marketing and promotions.  Currently a freelance editor, Marilyn lives with her husband and cat in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in southwest Washington State, where she watches horses and deer and sometimes owls from her home office window.
      • Matthew Murphy
      • Matthew Murphy lives outside of Chicago with his wife, son, daughter and two dogs. His passion for telling new and original stories is what gets him up in the morning and writing by the evening.
      • Natalie-Nicole Bates
      • Natalie-Nicole Bates is a book reviewer and author. Her passions in life include books and hockey along with Victorian and Edwardian era photography. Natalie contributes her uncharacteristic love of hockey to being born in Russia. She currently resides in the UK where she is working on her next book and adding to her collection of 19th century post-mortem photos. Visit Natalie-Nicole online.
      • Natasha Lane
      • Natasha Lane Natasha Lane was born and raised in Baltimore City, MD. She attended Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, a science and math focused school, but went on to study entrepreneurship and journalism at Juniata College in Huntingdon, PA. While in college she began working as a freelance writer and professional blogger. Today she continues to update a blog on her website, Writing for You: Your Source of Literary Entertainment, where you can find book reviews, writing tips, interviews, and more. In addition to writing, Natasha work as a youth advocate and mentor for youth in Baltimore City.
      • Pat White
      • Pat WhiteAward winning, multi-published author Pat White started her writing career as a journalist then realized it was way more fun to make stuff up. She writes romantic suspense, romantic comedy, young adult and paranormal romance. She’s also an award-winning screenwriter, former figure skater and jazz pianist. Won Romantic Times award for Best Contemporary Romance, “Ring Around My Heart” Won Page International Screenwriting award for “Escape”
      • Rosemary Goodacre
      • Rosemary has worked in the computer industry and teaching, besides raising a family. She has been short-listed in competitions, including national ones, and had stories published in The Weekly News and Take a Break. She has been published in The Guardian. Rosemary belongs to The Write Place creative writing school, run by author and journalist Elaine Everest, which provides stimulation and constructive feedback on her work. Members of the group are regularly being published. Rosemary belongs to the New Writers Scheme of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and has had novels critiqued by professional writers, receiving encouraging reports. Rosemary lives in Kent, in the United Kingdom.
      • Samna Ghani
      • Samna Ghani Samna Ghani is a romance novelist and works as the Regional Editor at Healthmanagement.org. She is the Co-Founder and an active member of the Mississauga Writers Group, Canada and is the editor of the group’s quarterly ezine MWG Writes on Q. Her passion for writing is inspired by the works of classic authors including Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer and P.G. Wodehouse. Samna firmly believes that she would not be an author today without the inspiration she derived from these three literary icons. You can connect with Samna Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Amazon Google Plus and visit her blog http://samnaghani.blogspot.ca/
      • Sarah Vance-Tompkin
      • Sarah Vance-Tompkins Sarah Vance-Tompkins was born in a small town in northern Michigan. She spent every summer exploring the sugar sand beaches near Sleeping Bear National Park. She left her heart behind when she moved to Los Angeles to attend the University of Southern California. She received an MFA in Film Production and went on to work in feature film development in Hollywood. She has worked as a reporter for a weekly entertainment trade publication, and been paid to write obituaries, press releases, the directions for use on personal lubricant bottles, and breathless descriptions of engagement rings for an online jewelry store. She lives in a small town north of Los Angeles with her husband and three cats.
      • Serge de Moliere
      • Bonjour! Serge de Moliere is an internationally published author whose works are characterized by their evocative atmosphere, complex/charismatic characters and dazzlingly hot love scenes. de Moliere also often adds an interracial or multicultural twist. Based in NYC de Moliere draws on the incredible diversity of this astonishing Metropolis where love abides despite the hazards of the modern urban landscape. Serge de Moliere's entrancing and romantic novellas include: Nine Drops of Love: a charming (nonerotic) romance about a young Dominican American woman who finds a magical love potion.(soon to be released) Rendezvous at Christmas (soon to be released). Two lonely people find each other at Christmas. French Kiss: An erotic romance between an Asia American actress and a French director. Love Yoga: Can a yoga teacher find love and passion with a male student? Hurts so Good: A fall from a horse may lead a young woman to romance. White Heat:A chance encounter in a blizzard.
      • Sexisha
      • Sexisha is the code name for a mutli-disciplined, writer and creative who's on a mission to scintillate and entertain with the finest in pan-cultural erotica. By day she indulges in freelance entertainment, lifestyle and art/culture articles. Her work has been featured in a wide range of publications. Lustmates is her first published work of fiction.
      • Sharon Kleve
      • Sharon Kleve Sharon Kleve was born and raised in Washington and currently lives on the Olympic Peninsula with her husband. Sharon is a multi-published author of contemporary romance. She loves romance. She loves reading romance, living romance, and especially loves writing about romance. She gets no greater feeling than watching her characters come alive in each other's arms. Most of all, she loves giving her characters the happily ever after they deserve—with a few bumps and bruises along the way. One of her favorite things to do is pick up a new book and sink into the story, immersing herself in the emotions between the characters. She hopes to inspire her readers the same way her favorite authors have inspired her. When not writing, she can usually be found either curled up in her recliner with her cat and a good book, or in the kitchen baking sourdough bread or bagels.
      • Sibelle Stone
      • Sibelle Stone Sibelle Stone is the pseudonym for award-winning romance author Deborah Schneider. As Deborah she writes Western and Americana romance novels. As Sibelle she writes historical romance with paranormal element and steampunk romance. Deborah’s books include, Beneath a Silver Moon, which was a finalist in the New Historical Voice contest and won a Molly Award from the Heart of Denver RWA, and Promise Me, which won an EPIC award for Best Western Romance. Both Sibelle and Deborah reside in a small town near the Cascade Mountains in the Pacific Northwest. Deborah is employed by one of the busiest libraries in the country and has been recognized by Romance Writers of America as Librarian of the Year. Sibelle is independently wealthy and spends her time writing and wearing very nice hats.
      • Sue Lyndon
      • Sue LyndonSue Lyndon is a multi-published author of erotic BDSM romance and spanking romances. She enjoys a good book in any genre, loves Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica, and runs on coffee and chocolate. Visit Sue Lyndon's Website.
      • Susan Franceschina
      • Susan FranceschinaSusan loves to write sci fi, fantasy, and horror short stories. Her work has appeared in Daily Science Fiction, Wanderings, Yellow Mama, Romance Flash, and others. She also has two sci-fi shorts available as e-books through Books to Go Now. A graduate of Shepherd University, she lives in Western Maryland with her husband, three children, a teeny tiny dog, and the occasional carnival goldfish.
      • Tammy Tate
      • Tammy tate Tammy Tate was born and raised in Hollywood, Florida, lived in Las Vegas for 7 years and Texas for 18 with her husband of 34 years. Her secret to a long marriage? It's easy when you marry your best friend. When she's not writing and breathing life into her characters, she enjoys reading, motorcycles and thinking up ideas for her next book. Among her favorite movies are romance, science fiction, fantasy, comedy and thrillers. Before writing, she was an Executive Secretary, a Computer Consultant/Technician, and a Communications Officer (Police Dispatcher). She doesn't mind a challenge which has allowed her to race a late-model in a women's powder puff race, run barrels and poles in a play-day rodeo and drive an 18-wheeler. Somewhere in between, she and her husband raised 3 wonderful children. To connect with her, check out her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/tammytateauthor
      • Tim Cagle
      • Tim Cagle is a practicing trial attorney in the fields of Medical Malpractice, Products Liability, and Personal Injury law. He has obtained multiple verdicts or settlements in excess of one million dollars. He has also served as co-counsel to other trial lawyers by conducting the cross-examination of adverse expert witnesses during trials. In addition, he was a law professor for twenty-five years, and taught courses in Torts, Evidence, Medical Malpractice and Negotiations. He has also been a featured speaker before numerous physician/surgeon groups, and has lectured before health care professionals in the areas of medical malpractice prevention and avoidance. He is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, State of Missouri, Federal District Court in Boston, and has been admitted pro hac vice for the trial of cases in New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and before the Federal District Court in the State of New Jersey. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Kansas State College and a Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree from Suffolk University, Boston, Massachusetts Prior to becoming an attorney, Tim spent several years in sales and marketing of medical products. The nature of the products he represented required that he spend time in operating rooms, observing surgical procedures and advising physicians and surgeons. His memberships include the American Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association, Academy of Trial Attorneys, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, American Legion, Boston Pacemaker Club, Nashville Songwriters Association and Sigma Chi Alumni Association. He served as a First Lieutenant in the United States Army, was assigned to Military Intelligence and was honorably discharged.
      • Tori L. Wilson
      • I was raised in a small town by my mom and dad and have always loved writing. I am currently attending college and working on an international business major. I began writing 'Broken Souls' in high school, both as a response to a dream I'd had and an outlet to the feelings of my dad's death a year prior to my writing.
      • Vicki Bell
      • Vicki Bell has a degree in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma. She has devoted much of her adult life to raising her two chilren and social work, especially the investigation of child abuse and neglect. She loves to write and in her own words “can’t not write”. She loves writing about Christmas because she is an admitted Christmas fiend, loving all things Christmas, all year long.
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