Page 4 of Indie authors
Valicity Garris is the author of Cross Academy and a Youth Pastor at the International Church for ALL People. She runs a blog for her youth ministry which she also uses to post reviews for books of that interest her. Cross Academy is her first YA Dark Fantasy novel, she likes to think of it as a book which combines her faith with fiction.
Kasey Riley's mind sees every news article as a possible story plot for the people in the mythical town of Riverview, CO. Every trail ride as a possible setting for the next crime or mystery. When not writing or riding, she enjoys reading a wide variety of genre novels and sounding out new plots on her husband of 40+ years. Together, they care for a large assortment of animals on their 13 acre hobby farm in Southeastern Oklahoma.
John DiFelice is a novelist, short story-writer, and playwright whose two full-length comedies Half the Rent in America and The Department were produced in Philadelphia. His short story "Stan Slade and the Case of the Killer Meme" was published by Don Ron Books in their compilation "South Philly Fiction". “American Zeroes” is his first novel.
Reese Patton lives in the Midwest with her wonderful husband who provides all the inspiration she needs for writing romances with happy endings. They share a house on a lake with two giant yellow Labs who generously keep Reese's feet warm while she sits at her desk writing.
Colin Alan Powell (C.A. Powell) lives in the Fenlands of Cambridgeshire, England. He enjoys reading, writing, and watching football, motor racing. Partial to good movies and dramas too.
Luke Christodoulou is an English teacher (MA Applied Linguistics - University of Birmingham), a poet and an author. He is also a coffee-movie-book-Nutella lover. He resides in Limassol, Cyprus with his wife and daughter. Hobbies include travelling the Greek Islands discovering new food and possible murder sites for his stories.
Mark lives in the UK, and is one of the latest writers to break into the genre of crime fiction, and is the author of the DCI Priest series - sturdy police procedurals entwined with gritty and emotional thrillers. The Decalogue has been in Amazon's Top10 Crime Fiction Best Seller List, and Top100 All Fiction Best Sellers. The follow up, Tick Tock Time's Up is rapidly gathering 5-star reviews and many fans.
C. M. Lanning is a journalist in Little Rock, Arkansas that writes stories in his spare time.
Kate McGinn is an indie writer of stories full of plot twists, suspense, and romance. When she isn't writing, she works as a wild puppy wrangler. She often finds herself running through the house, playing tug-of-war and pinned under an 80 lb. lap dog. Kate lives near the Mississippi River in Wisconsin with her husband and the aforementioned lab. She loves to travel, read, drink wine, read, write and read. She did mention reading, right?
Steve Conoboy wrote approximately 73 dillion words before deciding which ones to publish. He's still not sure they're in the correct order, and wishes they'd sort themselves out. He was once seen by a ghost, has bitten a werewolf, and one time he was invited in by a vampire but declined the offer. Spectres would invade the home he shares with his partner in North East England, but they're too scared of the kids and cats.
When asked why she writes in the paranormal, her answer was that paranormal, things unexplained, is all around us, whether we acknowledge it or not. And romance is everywhere too. It is love, not money, that makes the world go round.