Patricia Kutza and Connie Payne bring to the making of "The Don’t Get Me Started! Toolkit - Strategies for a Culturally - Challenged World " over 30 years each experience in the information technology (Kutza)
Joseph M Labaki was born in the Rif region of Morocco in 1950. After obtaining PhDs from the University of Louvain and the University of Southampton, he subsequently became the Professor du Chair at the
Michael Lacey has never really fit in anywhere. His unique perspectives separate him from most groups of people, but he works to maintain healthy relationships regardless.
I'm deeply involved in the Indie industry. Editing, Writing, Book and Cover Design, Marketing... I love helping authors publish high quality books. To be honest, I have no patience for those who don't even try.
I am a Christian, author, parent, survivor, martial artist, scuba diver and outdoor enthusiast. I am a member of the Australian Society of Authors and the Children's Book Council of Australia. I write action adventure
Larry Landgraf was born and raised in the swamp country of the Guadalupe River delta along the Texas Gulf Coast. He is an ex-commercial fisherman, an ex-contractor, and now after a death-defying on the job
Life is indeed a mirror. Let’s gaze into it together and see what we shall behold. Join me in my life journey of attempting to make this world a better place with each book that
Mr. Lawrence received a bachelor of art degree with honors in 1986. Although his major was English/Creative Writing, he did not begin his writing career until after he retired.
Steve grew up in the northern Appalachian Mountains. There he enjoyed the beauty and simplicity of nature and life. He was a typical country boy and enjoyed this lifestyle very much. Steve started writing poems
Angel Leya began writing as a child, but only within the past decade has become serious, about trying to perfect and share her craft, creating clean young adult fiction with a touch of magic and
Aria Ligi is an independent scholar who has been writing for over forty years. She has a great love of history, and in particular, the English Romantics.
Mike has spent the vast majority of his working life in developing countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, and now lives and works in Vietnam. Mike became a consultant by accident when a local work
David Lucero lives in San Diego, CA with his wife and family. He is a US Army veteran and works in sales. He enjoys traveling, hiking, biking, camping and exercise.
The year was 1984, the day a dreary December Monday. At 3:30 in the morning, the screaming began…and there hasn’t been an ounce of silence, since.
Marylee MacDonald is the author of MONTPELIER TOMORROW, a novel about caregiving and ALS. Her short story collection, BONDS OF LOVE & BLOOD, was a finalist in the Foreword Reviews' INDIEFAB Awards. Her fiction has
Confession time, I'm a fantasy addict! For as long as I can remember I've loved the concept of magical worlds. I was the kid with dragons doodled around the edge of her school work, the
Paula Margulies is a book publicity and promotions expert in San Diego, California. You can reach her by email at paula@paulamargulies.com, through her website at www.paulamargulies.com, on Twitter at @PaulaMargulies, or on Facebook at Paula
Kayla Marie is first and foremost a wife and mother, but everywhere in between household chores, cleaning up messes, and playing games meant for three-year olds, she writes, blogs, and manages a career as a
Born and bred in the West Midlands UK. Martin writes under the pen name of Peter Martin. Missing – Dead or Alive is his second novel, following Against Her Will, his debut novel, the story
Olivia Mason-Charles is the author of Paper in the Wind, a compelling and heartwarming story of hope in the midst of insurmountable obstacles.
Born in Manila, Philippines on the 4th of February 1958, Flor as I am fondly called, is the eldest child of two Catholic parents. I have a brother who recently became a Christian. I had
James McCrone is the author, most recently, of FAITHLESS ELECTOR, a suspense-thriller about stealing the presidential election, which Publishers Weekly calls a “fast-moving topical thriller.” Its “surprising twists add up to a highly suspenseful read.”