Amanda Quintenz-Fiedler has been a professional photographer, educator, and author for well over a decade. She currently lives in Southern California with her two sons, a menagerie of five cats and two dogs, and soul mate, Steve.
Mary Frame is a full time mother and wife with a full time job. She has no idea how she manages to write novels, but it probably helps that she's a dedicated introvert.
When not visiting local farmer's markets or indulging her love for chocolate, Andrea enjoys writing stories dealing with friendship, family, and the power of love.
From a prolific literary family, Gregory Erich Phillips tells aspirational stories through strong, relatable characters that transcend time and place.
Jennifer loves reading and writing clean romance. She believes that happily ever after is not just for stories. Jennifer enjoys interior design, rollerblading, clogging, jogging, and chocolate.
JD Mitchell is an Indiana native and member of the Indiana Writers Center where she’s able to share her inner nerd with others passionate about storytelling.
Cami Murdock Jensen grew up in Spanish Fork, Utah, fostering two passions: science and the fine arts. As a senior in high school, she won the Sterling Scholar in science and cloned DNA to compete on the state level.
Nate Wilson went to Tortola looking for answers after putting his ambition away. At first, this novel was a journal, a memoir, as most of the action and diving scenes he experienced.
Deborah Hawkins is a practicing attorney who writes legal fiction that you can't put down. She taught English and worked as an editor before becoming an attorney. She lives in a magical yellow house with two Golden Retrievers and two cats.
EJ Fisch is a long-time fan of the science fiction genre. She’ll readily admit that she has a vivid imagination, which can be both a blessing and a curse. She has been writing as a hobby since junior high and began publishing in the spring of 2014.