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Kathy Gates

Kathy Gates loves three things: travel, reading about travel and making up stories about travel. Born and raised in Sydney, Kathy lives in Hobart – it’s like Sydney but smaller and the food and wine are better. Plus everything is close, including some of the best walking tracks.

Sharlene Almond

As an author of historical/present day international thrillers, my books can challenge readers, as well as taking the reader on a journey throughout Europe and abroad. Having studied in Criminology and Neuro Linguistic programming, in addition to doing a diploma course in body language, enables me to give an authentic feel to my characters, and the crimes committed.

Karleen Dee

Karleen has been writing plays, poetry, and short stories since she was able to pick up a pen, writing and directing her first play at age eleven for her grade six class.

Esther Kuganja

Esther Kuganja is the founder and Executive Director of Character Aroma Project, a Non-governmental Organisation whose mission is to improve, strengthen and increase the quality of life in Uganda through character building. Her main interests are leadership development and national transformation.

Tony Ginyard

Reader of mysteries, thrillers and horror fiction.

Alex Avrio

Alex Avrio is an author of fantasy adventures. Her new novel, The Alchemist’s Box and her dark fantasy novella, the Dreaming Demon, can be found for sale on Amazon. Alexandra currently lives with her husband and their two cats in Newcastle upon Tyne, a place so far up north that if you go any further you’re south again. She also has a book, bingo and dessert habit to fuel, so please help by buying the books!

Chris Chelser

Sweet bedtime stories and happily ever after's never appealed to me. Life taught me early on that the world harboured and equal amount of wonders and terrors, and that the terrors are as interesting as the wonders. So I write about the strange things of the night, like ghosts and nightmares and abandonned places. But more than this, I write about decisions, longings and life.

BB Wynter

I'm a shy writer and illustrator, living in a fantasy world. My passion is my story The Lament of Sky. I like to drink all kinds of tea and daydream.

Jenner Kosmis

Hello, I write books that delight and teach kids of all ages—from toddlers to pre-teens. Each of my books approaches life on its own terms, in a magical way. While I wrote them with various age ranges in mind, the messages behind the stories are universal.

Michael-Scott Earle

Check my website for monthly give-aways and prizes.

Russell Brooks

Russell Brooks is a former Canadian Track Team member and is currently the author of the Ridley Fox/Nita Parris Spy Series. He is also the author of the standalone mystery, CHILL RUN. When Brooks isn't working on an upcoming novel, he usually spends time playing the violin.

Ed Benjamin

In addition to Harry's War, Ed has written a best -selling nonfiction title to help people get business with the U.S. federal government, a science fiction book, The Mission, and a children's book. His serves as a business consultant helping companies prepare proposals to obtain government contracts for international, federal, and local governments.