R.J. Garcia has been writing short stories for as long as she can remember. To her amazement, those short stories became novels.
When John Egenes is not creating music or tinkering with saddles, he enjoys writing and reflecting on life. Over forty years ago, Egenes rode his horse Gizmo, across the United States - covering 11 states and 4,400 miles.
Elizabeth Doyle Carey has always wanted to be a writer. She used to read books constantly as a child, adored the public library and her school library. Her mother used to say she could read books while standing on her head in the bathtub.
David A. Willson has worked as a restauranteur, peace officer, and now, author. He is passionate about technology, faith, and fiction—not necessarily in that order. Looking for Dei is his debut novel, and as our Author of the Day, he tells us all about it.
Anya Wylde can cook a mean curry, and her idea of exercise is occasionally stretching her toes but she is best known for her brilliant romance novels.
USA Today bestselling authors, Graceley Knox and D.D. Miers may be long-lost sisters, but their moms continue to deny it.
Dr. Diane Pomerantz has been a practising psychologist in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area for over 35 years. She recently published her memoir, Reflecting Pool, telling a story that is both tender and horrifying.
Award-winning Indie author Heather Dickson has always been steampunk before she even knew it was ‘a thing!’ A great fan of the original fathers of Victorian steampunk, HG Wells and Jules Verne, and also a scientist by training, Dickson loves to think of imaginative ways machin
Katherine Bennet writes speculative fiction with strong characters and relatable struggles.
Franklin Neal was born in Liberia and moved to the states at a young age. Though it was a short time in Liberia, he has grasped the concept of hard work and dedication is crucial.