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D.D. Chant

With work that covers a wide range of genres there's something for everyone! If you love Historical Romance, Post-Apocalyptic and Dystopian words, and Adventure and Mystery then you've come to the right place!

Khalid Muhammad

By day, Khalid Muhammad is a mild-mannered business executive keeping busy running a marketing and brand management company. By night, his alter ego emerges; one that has a penchant for sadistic retribution towards those who wrong others, and that spends its time devising intricate and detailed plans for a nefarious end.

Nick Jones

A proofreader and copywriter by trade, Nick Jones spends a lot of time working with words. But all work and no wordplay would make Nick a dull boy, so to redress the balance, Nick likes to write jokes in his spare time.

Marcia Weber Martins

After a terrifying experience, Mary Walker is trying to get her life back. Mary doesn't believe in romance anymore and has no intention to fall in love again. Things got out her control when Dominick Cazelli crossed her away.

Jay Spencer Green

Jay Spencer Green lives and works in Dublin, Ireland. He has worked as a factory laborer, college lecturer, van driver, database editor, theater stagehand, hotel dishwasher, correspondence tutor, and conveyor belt overseer. Over the years, he has also launched a number of projectiles into space, usually in the direction of the TV.

J. Riley Castine

Just an author wandering about.....

LaVonna Moore

LaVonna Moore is a native Oklahoman born in 1960 at the Ft. Sill Army Hospital in Lawton, Oklahoma. With her father being in the military, she was able to do a lot of traveling as a child. She has lived in many states within the U.S. and for a short time in Hanau, Germany. Her father retired from the Army while living in Del City, Oklahoma, where she graduated high school in 1978.

Lynne Murray

My life is a good example of "those who can, do. Those who can't, write about those who can." Reading, writing and an active fantasy life have been very central to who I am for as long as I can remember.

Harry Hodge

With more than a decade in the media and 5+ years in ESL education, Harry Hodge's career has taken some twists and turns in locations around the world. From teaching English to S. Korean elementary students to pulling rickshaws in Canada to playing a Spanish colonel on Vietnamese TV, the term "I'll try anything once" has never been more appropriate.

Sara Brookes

Award-winning Sara Brookes has always been fascinated by the strange, the unusual, the twisted and the lost (tortured heroes are her personal favorite).

Mark Patrick

Mark's hobbies include; reading, writing and listening to music. As far as his reading goes he devours everything from biographies to detective fiction. Music can be anything from Mozart or Bach to jazz vocal: Ella, Billie, or more modern vocalists, such as Diana Krall or Stacey Kent. Apart from 'Chronicles of the White Tower', he is researching a book about the great jazz vocalists – which might be finished in a couple of years.

Jonathan Jones

He is a purveyor of disturbing tales and unpalatable truths. A guide to dark corners that no sane person ventures into unscathed. He is rumoured to collude with dark spirits at the top of distant mountains, but he insists that he prefers red wine and never drinks when he's climbing.