Jude was born in the UK and grew up in both Sussex and Surrey, where she dabbled in various jobs from care worker to roulette croupier to language tutor, all the while scribbling down various ideas and frightening random people by asking them equally random questions about ast
Christine Miles loves writing and reading so much she’s a middle school language arts teacher, and has two degrees in English and Creative Writing. She lives in the Denver area.
Stephen Reeves was born in 1980 in Huntsville, Alabama. He currently resides in Switzerland with an undetermined number of cats greater than zero and a propensity for nonsense.
Miles Watson is the x10 award-winning author of CAGE LIFE, KNUCKLE DOWN, DEVILS YOU KNOW, NOSFERATU, and THE NUMBERS GAME.
Amelia Kingston is many things, the most interesting of which are probably California girl, writer, traveler, and dog mom. She survives on chocolate, coffee, wine, and sarcasm. Not necessarily in that order.
Christer Tholin has been a big fan of crime stories for many years, and read every Swedish crime series he could get his hands on. His first novel, Vanished?, was born from the desire to write his own crime novel with his characters acting in Sweden.
Stephen Henning is an ex-journalist who writes the Class Heroes book series. He was driven to write by the desperation to develop superpowers when he was a teen, and imagining the consequences of having them in the (so-called) real world.
LeAnn Robinson has been writing since she was in the first grade, and she sold her first book to a schoolmate for ten cents when she was in the third grade. Always making up stories, she has written tons and read tons more.
Antonio Roberts lives in northern Virginia with his family and most of his life has had a strong fascination with stories. While not writing fantasy or science fiction, he enjoys volunteering at his local church, playing guitar, and game mastering tabletop roleplaying games.