Emma St. Clair is a rabid reader and writer of clean romance. She loves sassy heroines and love stories that aren't cheesy, served up with a side of wit. She lives in Katy, Texas with her hubby, five children, and Great Dane.
Raymond Bolton lives near Portland, Oregon with his wife, Toni, and their cats, Max and Arthur. He has written award-winning poetry and has published six novels.
Ann Charles is a USA Today Best-Selling author who writes spicy, award-winning mysteries. Her Deadwood Mystery Series has won multiple national awards, including the Daphne du Maurier for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense. Ann has a B.A.
Mia lives in Northern Virginia where she has been known to eavesdrop a time or two. When she’s not writing and drinking ridiculous amounts of green tea at Panera, she loves to travel with her family, host parties for friends, and send her husband ideas for her dream home.
Tom is a Philadelphia native whose 40-year career includes radio, television, print, and online journalism. He holds a Bachelor's degree in communications from Temple University. He has worked at several Philadelphia radio stations, WCAU-TV and CBS News.
Bruce Wilson is a writer, historian, and educator living in Silver City and Las Cruces, New Mexico. He is a graduate of California State University-Fullerton and Western New Mexico University where he currently teaches American History.
H.R. Boldwood is a writer of urban fantasy and horror. In another incarnation, Boldwood is a Pushcart Prize nominee and was awarded the 2009 Bilbo Award for Creative Writing. Boldwood’s characters are often disreputable and not to be trusted.
Daniel Potter is a former mad (okay, more annoyed than mad) scientist who dumped stuck up reality and now writes about creatures that reality would never have in the house.
Taya is a Finnish-American author, writing contemporary fiction and dystopian sci-fi.
New York Times & USA Today bestseller Lorhainne Eckhart writes Raw Relatable Real Romance is best known for her big family romances series, where “Morals and family are running themes.