Diane Zinna is originally from Long Island, New York. She received her MFA from the University of Florida and has taught writing workshops for more than a decade.
When not sitting in his library devising new and clever ways to kill people (for his mysteries), Justin can usually be found at The Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre, outside of Washington, DC, where he is one of the owners and producers.
If Victoria M. Patton isn't using her Forensic Chemistry degree and her time in the Coast Guard to figure out where to bury the bodies and write about the murders, she is more than likely hanging with her husband, her two dogs, and two cats.
Peter Conti has always liked a challenge, but a major injury suddenly thrust him into a world of chronic pain with no end in sight.
Jacob Lightman - Elaborately Detailed World-Building, Intriguing Futuristic Tech, and Speculative Sci-Fi
Jacob Lightman lives in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota and is the author of the science fiction adventure novel A Buzz. He is passionate about creating new worlds with exciting, dynamic, and fun characters.
Benedict Brown grew up in a crime fiction family and had made a few clumsy attempts at writing murder mysteries over the years before launching his two series "Lord Edgington Investigates..." a bestselling series of 1920s whodunits and The Izzy Palmer Mysteries, a comedy-myste
Suzanne is a historian who holds a master’s degree in International History. She’s also lived in four different countries, not including her hometown in Maine, United States. When she’s not country-hopping around the world, she spends her time creating her next novel.
Keith R. Fentonmiller - Spinning Gods and Mortals Into a Richly Woven Tapestry of Myth, Magic, Humor, and Romance
Keith recently published Fate Accompli: The Water Nymph Gospels, Book 1 (Ellysian Press), the first book in his new historical fantasy series.
Dr. Steven A. Leibo, who writes fiction under the name Li Bo, has been obsessed with history ever since his imagination was captured by the story of King Tut and his fabled tomb in the fifth grade.
Tavi Taylor Black earned an MFA in creative writing from Lesley University in Cambridge where she worked with such skilled writers as A.J. Verdelle and Tony Eprile. Along with writer Christine Junge, Tavi co-hosts The Personal Element, a podcast about personal essays.