Page 3 of Indie authors
Meet Finnegan MacManus, or just “Finn” as he prefers to be called. His life began when he was 18 years old. He was born 18 years earlier, but he had never truly lived. Since birth he had been different and his parents were indifferent toward him. His mother never bonded with her infant son. He never cried or smiled. As he got older he would scream and throw his arms around when something did not go his way. And nothing ever went his way.
Jennifer graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in business. For the past five years she has been a child care provider at her home in order to be with her two young sons. Before this she worked as a Human Resource Manager for a large corporation and earned her PHR certification.
David started writing before entering the USAF but was unable to pursue the dream of writing. Instead, he noted the differences in all the different countries he lived in. Starting out from America's mid-west, to the Pacific seeing Korea, Japan, and the Philippines, to Alaska then Europe. These lands and peoples' were the source of the characters and plots of David books.
S.S. Delaunay is the author of the Disclosure Series of sci-fi books. An Arts Graduate & English Literature major who was blessed to study Anthropology at a time when her University had one of the best departments in the world, she still feels the excitement of those breath taking and world changing teachings. The study of the science of the brain, humans & culture still intrigues her to this day & inspires her blog at SSDelaunay.com
Author of romance, historical and suspense novels set in the UK and Ireland. Irish historical romance BROTHERLY LOVE coming soon.
Duane Simolke wrote the books The Acorn Stories, Degranon, Holding Me Together, and New Readings of Winesburg, Ohio. He co-wrote The Return of Innocence and The Acorn Gathering: Writers Uniting Against Cancer. Three of his books received StoneWall Society Pride in the Arts Awards, and one received an AllBooks Reviewers Choice Award.
Chandrakant Kaluram Mhatre is a bilingual poet from Maharashtra State of India, writing in English as well as his mother-tongue Marathi. He is a translator of Marathi literature into English and is also a keen researcher of folk culture, language and literature. He teaches English language and literature to undergrads in a Mumbai college and is a native of Navi Mumbai.
Christopher Jackson-Ash is in his late fifties and lives in Melbourne Australia. He has had a varied career in chemical engineering and risk management. Now that his children are grown up, he has returned to bohemia and is concentrating on his first love, writing. His main focus is on his FirstWorld multiverse inspired by Michael Moorcock and J.R.R. Tolkien.
Anne was by profession a psychotherapist until she picked up her pen in 2006 and wrote her first novel, Dangerous Waters. She had been spurred on to write by winning a writing competition run by Prima Magazine, for a 500 word true-life story. Anne has since written three more books, forming The Guernsey Novels series.
Roxanne Bland grew up in Washington, D.C., where she discovered strange and wonderful new worlds in her local libraries and bookstores. These and other life experiences have convinced her that reality is highly overrated.
Hitomi Farrell began her writing career as a columnist for a major Japanese newspaper. Through considerable production work for film, TV, and other media in Los Angeles, and also working as a travel journalist, she gained extensive insight into storytelling, which inspired her to write books and screenplays.
As an attorney in San Diego, Burrell maintained a private law practice for twelve years, which specialized in domestic, criminal, and civil cases. Her work in juvenile court focused on representing abused minors and juvenile delinquents. Burrell has received several awards and special recognition from the San Diego Volunteer Lawyers for her countless hours of pro bono work with children and their families.