Kim Richardson is the award-winning author of the bestselling SOUL GUARDIANS series. She lives in the eastern part of Canada with her husband, two dogs, and a very old cat. She is the author of the SOUL GUARDIANS series, the MYSTICS series, and the DIVIDED REALMS series.
Kate Porter is an American writer based in South Georgia. She grew up on a small farm in central Indiana where she graduated from Owen Valley Community High School. Her first short story was published in the school newspaper when she was fifteen.
Michael J. Vaughn is the author of twenty-three novels, including the award-winning The Popcorn Girl and his latest, Climies. He is also a professional painter and drummer, the latter with the San Jose rock band ECRB.
Lorna Dounaeva is a quirky British crime writer who once challenged a Flamenco troupe to a dance-off. She worked for the Home Office before turning to crime fiction.
Geoffrey Neil, his wife and talkative son live in Los Angeles with a useless, ungrateful fish that Geoffrey threatens at least once daily.
Holly Schindler is a hybrid author of critically acclaimed books for readers of all ages. Her work has received starred reviews in Booklist and Publishers Weekly, and won silver and gold medals in ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year and the IPPY Awards, respectively.
Dr. Diane Pomerantz is a Baltimore area psychologist who has been in practice for the past 39 years working with children and their families.
C.L. Charlesworth has the gift of imagination and that has been a beacon all her life. She's fortunate to be able to take a blank piece of paper and create a page-turning story that evokes a wide array of human drama.
Elizabeth Garden is an award-winning author and artist, whose psychological insight into emotional trauma and familial conflict has endeared her to survivors of childhood abuse.
Cardoso grew up on a healthy diet of fantasy novels, video games and daydreaming. After graduating in business, he spent a few years cranking out headlines, scripts and silly ideas in an advertising agency in Lisbon. Having written about pretty much everything, from laxative pills to car insurance, he decided it was time to start writing about what he truly enjoys. So Cardoso has taken the plunge and is now self-publishing his works of fiction. As our Author of the Day, he tells us all about his book, The Dragon Hunter and the Mage.