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

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 a visually arresting writer, often giving the reader surprising insights into the most insignificant characters.

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.

Jean Neff Guthrie earned a B.S. degree in Dairy Science from Virginia Tech and a M.S. degree in Mass Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University. She worked as a lobbyist and association manager in Richmond, Virginia

Ammar Habib is a bestselling author who presently resides in his hometown of Lake Jackson, Texas. Writing has always been a passion of Ammar’s.

John Haeffele has had the opportunity to speak on radio, at prison ministry workshops and churches throughout Illinois. He has also been the keynote speaker for Christian Library International events in Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte,

Casey Hagen is a contemporary romance author writing her stories from the dense, green wilderness of the Delaware National Forest, Middle of Nowhere, Pennsylvania. She’s a born and raised Vermont native with Ben & Jerry’s

Koffi Hallman is originally from Camden New Jersey. He is a former US Marine who served his country in Afghanistan during Desert Shield/Storm in 1990 for full a full tour after returning to college He

Kathleen Harryman lives in York, where she writes psychological thrillers, suspense and mystery books.
As child Kathleen loved pretending to be an author, filling page after page with scribblings, mimicking her favourite authors.
Now, she

Peggy Hattendorf is a native Californian who is married with two grown children and four grandchildren. Her husband’s career moves afforded them opportunities to live in New York, the San Francisco Bay Area, Austin Texas

A stranger and occasional customer handed me a library book one day in 1983 while I was selling burritos in the streets of Juneau, Alaska. He said I could read Quest for the Lost City

Jena C. Henry is a writer, blogger, book reviewer, and bon vivant. Her goal is to make friends with everyone in the world. Jena enjoys reading new books and encouraging writers to be their best.

Father, ARMY Veteran, Actor, Inventor, Barber and Entrepreneur. I have a genuine love for Children and I try to help and educate them as much as possible through my books.