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Christine Vann

Christine Jayne Vann was born in the Outer Hebrides and is author of When Disconnected, a short story collection. She is currently working on a science fiction novel called Tacenda.

Chloe Hammond

Born in Liverpool, Chloe grew up in West Wales, with a gypsy soul she loves to travel. Her poor husband hopes every new house this will be their forever home. He's yet to be right. A couple of years ago Chloe was diagnosed with anxiety and depression. She found this very inconvenient, as it forced a complete life overhaul, which was disruptive to say the least. However it led to her finally starting writing properly. She says writing saved her.

J.P. Reedman

J.P. Reedman author of historical fantasy and historical fiction about Stonehenge, King Arthur, Robin Hood and Richard III

Ann Marie Thomas

Ann's ambition was to write science fiction, but, fascinated by Swansea Castle and distracted by a major stroke she researched local history, which culminated in the publication of 3 medieval history books. During her stroke recovery she wrote and published a poetry collection. She is still writing science fiction, a series called Flight of the Kestrel, and the first book Intruders is published on 17 April 2016.

A.D. Ellis

An independent author from Indiana, A.D. Ellis is also a wife, mother of 2, and an inner city school teacher. She writes heartfelt & emotional real-life books. A.D. loves to go to the gym, spend time with her family and friends, find a good deal at thrift shops, and read. She loves interacting with readers who love her Torey Hope Novel Series.

Tanya Jones

Tanya’s mission is to help teens, in particular, see the cool factor side to positive role models and problem solving skills. Without lecturing or preaching, her desire is to help set the stage for a better environment for our teens. Dreams of Beautiful Whisper is entertaining in itself without the need for any deeper take-away from it – but the underlying examples are there, they’re obvious but they aren’t in your face.

Paul VanderLoos

Paul Vander Loos is the author of two fantasy novels in the series The Nine Worlds of Mirrortac. This first book, The Wizard's Sword, is a tale of a simple erfin who finds a magical warrior's sword in the woods near his home, and is launched on a mission of epic proportions. The second book, Three Stones of Destiny, takes him on an even greater mission that continues into the third book (still being written), The Gold Sarcophagus.

Shirley Golden

Shirley Golden has fiction publications in anthologies and magazines. Some of her stories have won prizes, and many have been shortlisted in competitions. She published, 'Exposing the False Moon', an anthology of short stories and flash-fictions. She is a novelist who writes historical fiction and fantasy. Her debut novel, 'Skyjacked', a space fantasy, is published by Urbane Publications.

CJ Morrow

CJ Morrow writes about everyday life as though viewed side on - she likes to catch the object that moves in the corner of your eye and disappears when you turn. She's fascinated by the ordinary man, or woman, who isn't quite what they seem. She likes to see the magic and mystery in every situation and relationship. Life intrigues her and she finds much of it funny. When she doesn't like what's going on in the world, she writes another one.

A. White

A. Whit has been writing for over fifteen years. She specializes in writing of ancient myths and legends. Her works are mainly paranormal, romance. She has written are "Clash with the Immortals, and eleven others which are part of the "Unholy Pursuit saga,".

Renata W. Müller

She was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary and has lived in Switzerland for 14 years now. She writes contemporary romance, filled with passionate love, eternal obsession and family intrigue. She creates emotionally compelling characters that stay with you long after you turn the last page. Her first novel was inspired by a very vivid dream which encouraged her to put pen to paper and so began the 7 Years Later Series.

Jeffrey M. Thompson Jr.

I have dubbed my writing style "Mystere Gris" or gray mystery. Inspired by noir, but not so —black and white. Mystere Gris is the thin gray line where light meets dark. There's always a shadow to step out of and a light at the end of the hallway. If you're a fan of noir detective stories and suspense thrillers then you won't be disappointed.