Colin Dodds is a writer with several books to his name, including Ms. Never and Windfall. He grew up in Massachusetts and lived in California briefly, before finishing his education in New York City.
As soon as Tam May started writing when she was fourteen, writing became her voice. She writes engaging, fun-to-solve historical cozy mysteries. Her mysteries empower readers with detailed plots and a sense of “justice is done” at the end.
Ace Antonio Hall (born July 4th, 1966) is an American urban fantasy and horror writer.
Toni Cabell is an award-winning author of fast-paced fantasies featuring swords, magic, and romance! Toni writes young adult fantasy novels packed with dizzying action, imaginative magic, and a lot of heart.
Geoffrey Morris is a 10-time award-winning author. He has garnered much acclaim for his debut novel, Tomorrow's End. He not only won a prestigious Dragonfly book award but a Feathered quill and received multiple 5-star reviews from many websites.
Claire Fraise earned her B.A. in English from Tufts University. She is also the author of YA dystopian novel Imperfect which she published when she was 16. When Claire’s not writing, she likes crocheting amigurumi animals, reading, and hanging out with her dogs.
Meredith Allard is the author of the bestselling paranormal historical Loving Husband Series. Her sweet Victorian romance, When It Rained at Hembry Castle, was named a best historical novel by IndieReader.
We're Going Green! is written by Emberli and David Pridham, and part of the best-selling children's picture book series "If Not You, Then Who?" The books are designed to help kids learn the backstory of everyday inventions and realize that anyone can be an inventor.
Karla M. Jay is the award-winning author of When We Were Brave and It Happened in Silence. She has wanted to write books since she was seven. Originally from the east coast, she makes her home in Salt Lake City.
When Tawna Fenske finished her English lit degree at 22, she celebrated by filling a giant trash bag full of romance novels and dragging it everywhere until she’d read them all.