London based Diane Ezzard writes emotionally charged psychological thrillers and mysteries about everyday people in seemingly ordinary circumstances until something goes badly wrong in their lives.
Brett Murrell makes a mess of personality tests. In daylight, he designs systems and consults for investigative agencies as the premier expert on crime and bomb scene management. At night, he imagines wildly.
Laura is a nurse by day and an author by night. She's written 50 books for Harlequin and is thrilled to launch To Love - the first book in her new series The McNallys. As our Author of the Day, she tells us all about To Love.
Sondra Sykes Meek is a mother of two, a retired Marine Corps Master Sergeant, and a Project Manager in the Defense Industry.
Bestselling speculative fiction author, Raven Oak, enjoys creating epic worlds where interesting cultures and political factions tend to clash.
Clark Graham is a sci-fi writer who enjoys following a story where it takes him. Sometimes he is as surprised as the readers about where the story ended up. His first book sold so well, Graham immediately qualified to become a member of the Science Fiction Writers of America.
When she isn't writing or researching her latest high-adrenaline novel, KJ Howe enjoys tennis, cycling and swimming.
Joe Rothstein has been at the center of U.S. politics through over two hundred campaigns over the past thirty years. This experience inspired him to write a very believable political thriller about a U.S.
Franklin Neal was born in Liberia and moved to the US at a young age. He has always wanted to tell emotional and powerful stories, which inspired his latest novel, Six Years Black. Neal plans on filming his own stories into movies one day, with him directing.
Bruce Borgos (1959 - ) lives and writes from the Nevada desert. A near lifelong resident of the southwest, he combs his dusty newspaper daily looking for interesting topics to turn into great stories.