Marcus Lee is the father of an epic son and now an author of the legendary fantasy trilogy ‘The gifted and the cursed.’ Although he has lived in London his entire life, he has also lived in a thousand worlds thanks to his love of fantasy.
Parker Pace was born in the UK, but Seattle is her home. More than anything, she loves to read. Give her a good book, and she doesn't care about the rest. She also loves live musicals and the theater. It fascinates her to see a story come to life.
Lee Hudspeth is a poet, writer, musician and fellow human being. Incandescent Visions is his first book of poetry. He is the co-author of ten nonfiction books in the field of Information Technology.
Maria Elena Sandovici is a full-time writer, artist, and gallery owner living in Houston, Texas. Her previous works of fiction are Dogs with Bagels, Stray Dogs and Lonely Beaches, Lost Path to Solitude, The Adventures of Miss Vulpe, and Lone Wolf.
Tim Westover tells people that he doesn't make up anything that he writes. Generations before us have already found the best stories. He collects what he can from old folks, young folks, museums, signs, pamphlets, and old newspaper articles.
Catherine Stine is a USA Today bestselling author of historical fantasy and paranormal romance. Witch of the Wild Beasts won a second prize spot in RWA’s Sheila Contest. Other novels have earned Indie Notable awards and New York Public Library Best Books.
Marti Dumas is a mom, teacher, and writer from New Orleans. She knows, not thinks, that all kids are smart and does her best to show it in the stories she writes.
Joe Mahoney is a writer/broadcaster currently working full-time for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He lives in Whitby, Ontario with his wife and two daughters and their golden retriever and Siberian forest cat.
Lisa Lindell, author of 108 Days, recently completed the manuscript for her second book. Inspired by her own experiences, Lisa only writes compelling true stories. Lisa’s grandmother gave her a copy of Not Without My Daughter, by Betty Mahmoody, when she was a teenager.
Kathleen Baldwin loves adventure in books and in real life.