Inger Wolf is an International Bestselling Danish mystery and thriller writer. Her first mystery novel, Dark September, for which she was awarded the Danish Crime Academy's debut prize, was published in 2006.
Award-winning author, Brendon Charles Bertram occupies his time with travelling the globe, reading texts on philosophy and psychology, and exploring a deep fascination and passion for storytelling. He is especially intrigued by werewolf stories and started telling his own. As our Author of the Day, Bertram tells us all about his Moira Ashe series.
Award-winning, USA Today bestselling social worker turned author, Toby Neal, grew up on the island of Kaua`i in Hawaii. Neal's police procedurals, starring multicultural detective Lei Texeira, explore the crimes and issues of Hawaii from the bottom of the ocean to the top of volcanoes. Neal is today's Author of the Day, and talks about her novel, Wired In.
Charlotte Larsen is a bestselling Scandinavian author of more than twelve books, including the bestselling crime thriller GAME OF GREED, and a series of management books.
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, Tricia O'Malley, lives in the Caribbean with her much doted-upon dogs, Briggs and Blue. Tricia loves fun vacation reads, hates wimpy characters, and hosts a serious addiction to traveling the world.
Luke P. Narlee is an American author from Baltimore, Maryland whose stories tend to focus on love, relationships, and the human condition. His latest, This Can't Wait, is his third novel. As our Author of the Day, he tells us all about it.
A California native, Rebecca Rosenberg lives on a lavender farm with her family in Sonoma, the Valley of the Moon, where Jack London wrote from his Beauty Ranch.
Sue Roebuck has five books published, the last three are all set in Portugal where she lives. She's British but was exported by her husband who's Portuguese.
As a child, Karen suffered frequent bouts of insomnia. The only way she could settle into sleep many nights was to imagine stories that played out like movies on the dark ceiling over her bed.
Karen S. Bell likes to tackle social issues to which we can all relate in her writing. In her latest book, When a Stranger Comes, Bell explores the pervasive greed in modern society that directly impacts the health of our planet and all living species.