STEVEN ELVY grew up in Barnet, North London. His first job was with Ogilvy, Benson & Mather advertising agency, where he worked in the film and television department as a film librarian, a job he
Jim Farrell moved to Florida in June of 2013. After he arrived here, he completed his first novel, Brooklyn Boy, a semi-autobiographical novel about a young boy growing up in the 1940s and 1950s in
I have been a writer for most of my life. Or, maybe I’ve been a storyteller. It’s hard to know for sure. In the fifth grade, a poem, my first published work, Ethan Allen and
Joseph Ferguson is an author, poet, and journalist appearing in a variety of small press, regional, and national publications. He wrote propaganda for a living for a variety of entities for some 25 years.
Hello, I'm J.F. Fleming, but friends and family just call me Frank or Franko. I live in Tuscaloosa Alabama, and am currently trying to expand my career as a writer of fiction. The genres I
Jonathan Ford was born in the UK in 1963. After attending Oxford University he embarked upon a career in oil trading on both sides of the Atlantic, a career for which he could not have
On 1st February 2017, Tony signed to Bloodhound Books, who will publish his new edgy crime thriller Bad to the Bone this spring. It is the first in a series featuring DI James Bliss. Tony
Rhonda discovered she had a knack for storytelling after she was diagnosed with cancer at a young age. To avoid dwelling on her own mortality, she sat down with pen and paper and got out
Amazon bestselling author, Ken Fry, holds a university Master's degree in literature and has extensively traveled around the world. The places and events are reflected in his stories and most of his tales are based
Kim Fry is a wife, mother and fiction writer who makes her life in Casper, Wyoming. She has a dark sense of humor and an enormous obsession with Edgar Allan Poe. She writes many genres,
I keep a pretty simple rule on writing. I only write it if its fun to write and interesting to read
Colin Garrow grew up in a former mining town in Northumberland. He has worked in a plethora of professions including: taxi driver, antiques dealer, drama facilitator, theatre director and fish processor, and has occasionally masqueraded
The World According to Garp was perhaps the first sign to a troubled young man that his life might very well be okay. It was incredibly reassuring to see that a young man from such
Born In Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England in 1944, Wendy didn’t take up writing until a couple of years after she retired from work at the age of 61. She has no college/university education/degree’s and most
Gerald Gillis is a native Georgian who grew up in the Atlanta suburb of Decatur. He received his BBA from the University of Georgia and his MBA from the University of Tampa.
Here's a funny fact for you reader's out there, Mikel Wilson and co-author Sherry Gist met about seven years ago and they have been friends every since.
Laura Glusha is an artist and a teacher. In the early 1970’s, Laura was working as a freelance artist for the film industry in Hollywood, when a visit to the Los Angeles Zoo changed her
John Graffio is co-founder and web master of Lenka's List, a new and dynamic face in the indie author web space. Lenka's List is at the forefront of seeking out new talent as well as
Graham is a writer of multiple genres, including romances, thrillers and adventures, most with some laughter, intrigue, happily-ever-afters and a few bad words.
I mostly write fantasy and science fiction but love many other genres. A true tech geek, I have worked in game development creating environmental art and 3D animation, music, and film. I was labeled a
Richard Griffith is a half crazy Alaskan, who spends the long winter's nights pounding away on his keyboard, thinking he is creating readable work.
I’ve always loved sci-fi and fantasy. I think my neck cracks the way it does because of hours spent reading under the desk when I was supposed to be listening to yet another boring lesson.