Linda LeBlanc's favorite university classes revolved around cultural anthropology, igniting a desire within her to traverse the globe.
Michael J. Vaughn is the author of 29 novels, including the award-winning opera novel Gabriella's Voice.
Douglas Stewart was born in Scotland but raised in England. Like John Grisham, he is a lawyer and writer. He has lived and worked in London, Las Vegas, Cyprus, and the Isle of Man. "Deadly Hush," soon to be published, is his sixteenth book and the third in the Ratso series.
S E Davis is a veterinarian and advocate for werewolf and mental health. She lives on the North Dakota prairie with her family and a Weimaraner who understands shifting into human form is not necessary for being part of the pack.
F.T. McKinstry writes dark fantasy, swords and sorcery, and fairy tales. She loves cats, books, forests, music, aquariums, gardens and computers. She lives in the northwoods of New England, doesn’t get out much and has one foot in the otherworld.
Gerald was only 19 when he entered the Peace Corps in 1967 after two years as a literature student at Albion College. After graduation, he returned to the Marshall Islands with a love for literature and an interest in transcribing the stories he had heard in previous years.
Meet Sky Lachlan, a contemporary romance writer whose books skillfully intertwine drama, humor, and captivation. In the world of fiction, Sky crafts passionate, trope-driven plots that leave readers yearning for more.
Hannah D. State is an award-winning Canadian author and science fiction/fantasy writer.
Vicki Crum is the award-winning author of the Eternal Moon series - Once in a Blue Moon, Moonspell, Blood Moon, and Embrace the Moon. Blood Moon was voted Best Paranormal Romance of 2021 by Book Buyer’s Best Award.
Nina Atwood is a licensed psychotherapist and award-winning executive coach. The author of multiple self-help books, Nina now writes fiction. The Expert Witness is her fourth novel and the first in the Jill Rhodes Mystery/Thriller series.