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Jenni Arnold
Three Towers
Christopher S. Allen
Bluesman
Outside of Steele
My name is Jenni Arnold and I have always been a writer. I just did not know it when I worked as a teacher, a banker, and a pizza cook. I have no plans to stop writing and see no reason to stop believing in imaginary friends. You can learn more about me and my books on the website.
Christopher S. Allen began writing novels and short stories for publication at the age of 18 and received his first publication at the age of 21.
Jason A. Beverly
Mississippi Revival Roads
Mary Frances Cavallaro
More Than Love
The Tale of Callista Vagare
Jason A. Beverly is a Mississippi author who often incorporates the use of tradition, history, urban legends, folklore, and supernatural elements in his stories to provide intimate glimpses into the fictional lives of black folks in the South. He has a strong appreciation for small towns, tree-lined streets, and the word, “though.”
Mary Frances Cavallaro is a graduate of Chestnut Hill College with her B.A. in English, was born and raised in South Philadelphia, PA.  With Edgar Allan Poe as her favorite author and influence in her work, she enjoys writing gothic and mystery stories.
Embe Charpentier
Beloved Dead
Sparks
David Chylde
Whiskey, Blood, and Magic
David Chylde realized one day after reading slews of New York based novels that he could fuse supernatural ideas with the Atlanta urban setting. He always wanted to be a rock singer so writing about Jake Reece was like role playing in a fiction form. He threw in the dark world of magic, night clubs, and adult entertainment for an engrossing read that sends you on a tour of the underworld of Atlanta.
Embe’s interest in Southern folklore began almost immediately upon moving to Georgia in 2001. On a trip to Savannah, she heard the legend of “haint blue”. The lovely shade of light teal- has long been painted on porches in the Carolina/ Georgia Low Country to keep the ghosts away.  After investigating the expression, “Don’t let the hag ride ya,” Beloved Dead became as inevitable as a full moon rising.
Andrea Churchill
The Lerewood
Thornton Cline
The Pickup Guy
Ever since his mom signed him up for piano at age five, Thornton Cline has been writing non-stop. 1000 published songs, 21 published books,  twice “Songwriter of the Year”, 2017 Maxy Literary Award, and Grammy/Dove Award nominations later, Cline hasn’t shaken the bug. It’s only grown stronger.
Andrea Churchill is a writer with a passion for creativity. Her dream is to bring the many worlds in her head to life, all while entertaining others and bringing her fans joy. She has a list of more than twenty ideas for novels she'd like to complete!
Reynold Conger
Reducing Medical Costs...
at the cost of health
E. Lynn Cormick
Der Reizen
Sweet on Death
Reynold Conger is a retired scientist and teacher. He writes fiction by embellishing his imagination with his life experiences and with what he sees of life around him. Life can be stranger than fiction. Sometimes life experience enriches fiction.
E. Lynn Cormick currently herds cats in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. In order to get up the courage to write a book, Lynn has worked as a taxi driver, an aircraft mechanic, and an office clerk. When not writing, she knits, crochets, and does all manner of other needle crafting.

Justine Domagall
Paper Thin

Elijah Douresseau
Chalkboard Specials, For Those Who Need Shelter Inside

Justine Domagall has always been an avid reader. She grew up writing fantasy but never guessed that her first publication would be a memoir. Though she still writes, most of her creative energy is spent on the visual arts. She enjoys painting, needle felting, and has recently begun doing digital art as well.
Elijah Douresseau: writer and food guy. Elijah writes novels and graphic narratives when he isn’t obsessing over 90’s sitcom title sequences behind a locked door. There’s probably a bag of chocolate-covered pretzels – begging for its life – behind that door, too.
K.L. Dimago
Amethyst
Amethyst: Rise to Piracy
Imprisoned Heart
Colin Duffy
A Deal with the Devil
The Final Conflict
Author of fantasy and lover of reading, coffee, and animals (especially her dogs), K.L. Dimago is a little quirky and a lot of fun. She advocates pursuing your dreams and passions and lives in Texas with her husband and sons.
Colin Duffy has loved books for as long as he can remember. One of his first favorite books as a child was an abridged children's version of "War of the Worlds" by H.G. Wells.
George L. Duncan
Bay Island Beauty
Last Stand at Lighthouse Point
Bryan Genesse
Teendom:
Battle for Father Earth's Templum

George L. Duncan is an avid golfer but his game was nowhere near good enough for the PGA tour, so he turned to writing. He has been a reporter, editor and editorial writer for a variety of newspapers.
In Bryan’s previous life, he sold Hollywood some scripts while seeing a few produced into features, co-starred in several tv series and over thirty films. After being injured on a set, Bryan switched from penning screenplays to scribing novels. He’s always looking for the rainbow while trudging through a storm.
Alan R. Graham
Right of Human
Right of Human - Revoked
Livian Grey
Into the Other
Live to Tell

Alan runs a wildlife rehab sanctuary in Belize. It is a mad world he shares with many furry, feathered and scaly critters - some quite friendly, some not. He is a published writer and photographer of over 20 years on subjects of natural history and film making. Now's he's hard into fiction.
Livian is a Western Australian native with a BA in Writing. She has been self-publishing for nearly five years and began writing at age 11, starting with short stories then moving to novels. She believes words are like weapons and should be used with great care.

Jill Hand
The Blue Horse
Paul Handley
Taniwa

Paul’s writing is what occurs when a cubicle monkey comes up for air.  He has an MA, MPA, and is permanently abd.  He currently lives with his wife and daughter in Denver, Colorado where he also works for the Feds.   Paul has
Jill Hand has lots of stories to tell, the weirder the better. She is deputy editor of New Realm magazine. Her work has appeared in more than thirty publications and in several anthologies. The Blue Horse is her first book.
Pamela Hill
Festival of Beasts
Mary-Jean Harris
Perilous

Mary-Jean Harris is from Ottawa, Canada and writes historical and other-world fantasy stories. She has a Masters degree in theoretical physics and loves philosophy, physics, writing, reading, and animals. Mary-Jean is also the author of the young adult fantasy novel Aizai the Forgotten.
At the age of six, Pamela woke from a nightmare sparked from an argument with a childhood friend. She slipped from her blankets, sat by moonlight, and wrote an apology
Dan Jones
Extracting Goats from Jean Claude's Kitchen

Richard Phillip Hoffman
Clan of Midnight
The Awakening of Samantha Stein

Guitarist Dan Jones is a passionate composer, performer and writer. He has toured worldwide, lectured in conservatoires, taught in prisons, and authored many music books, including an audiobook for visually-impaired guitarists. In 2010, he moved to a French village with his family to indulge in new passions. He now passes his time between Scotland and France.

Richard Phillip Hoffman is a lifetime resident of California, a graduate of CSUCI, a writer, a video game player and an avid movie-goer. As a child he had always been a dreamer always imagining the exploring

Lora Kempka
Deep Water
Cheryle L. Linturn
Vanishing Blue
Lora Kempka graduated from Mount Olive College with a BA in English Literature. Second only to writing, her passion for reading is an addiction she inherited from her mother. As always, thanks Mom. She lives in North Carolina with her wonderful husband and a yard full of fire ants.
An author/artist and graduate of Connecticut School of Broadcasting, she’s won various Editor’s choice awards for her poetry, including Winter’s Chill which has a darker supernatural side to it that helped lead her down the road to writing paranormal/mystery novels.
Amy Magness
Dying in June
Charlene Mattson
The Curious Case of Prince Charming
The Glass Slipper Conspiracy
Blood Moon Rising
Amy Magness wrote for several online political newspapers before writing Dying in June. In 2013, she decided to go back to school for her Bachelor’s Degree. In 2017, she graduated from Columbia College with a degree in History and a minor in English.
Charlene Mattson is a writer and adult education instructor living in north-central British Columbia, Canada with her husband, her sister, a close friend, her son, two cats and a dog.
S.B. Michaels
The Chronicles of the Beast - Part 1
Trent Mills
Internment
SB Michaels is an author, a creator, and a contradiction some would say. He would just like to call himself a thrill seeker who just loves to live life. He loves to write, which considering you’re reading this, kind of makes perfect sense. He writes about anything and everything: his most notable works are predominantly in science fiction and fantasy.
Writer of horror and the macabre, this author will introduce you to the strange and unusual. Trent has always had a passion for writing books that frighten readers. He resides in Colorado near the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, with his wife and two beautiful daughters.
Sarah Natale
The Kiss of Death
Billy Pepitone
Lake of Fire
Gravedigger

Sarah has been called an L.A. Gal (Language Arts Girl) due to her passion for words. She loves reading, writing, figure skating, and playing classical piano. She can be found surrounded by books with an open notebook, pen in hand.
Billy Pepitone is a retired member of the New York City Police Department, having served twenty years in the nation’s largest local law enforcement agency. During his decorated career, the Brooklyn, New York native was a first responder to numerous high profile incidents
C.J. Piatti
The Wizards' Roman Revolution
Hawkelson Rainier
The Lake Erie Lights
C.J. (Christopher John) Piatti lives in The Greater Toronto Area. He graduated from Durham College with a diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology. He found life as a lab technician disenchanting at best.
Hawkelson Rainier gleaned his most valuable insight as a storyteller during his stint as a longshoreman on the Port of Cleveland.  There was never any shortage of modern-day bards on the waterfront, and their stories invariably had a very visceral effect on him.  Their influence is apparent in Hawkelson's own narratives.  
Jeffrey G. Roberts
Cherries in Winter
Jason Russell
Rogues Academy Saga


Jeffrey has been published in the genres of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and fantasy/comedy. He's written "Cherries In Winter" with Kellan Publishing, and "The Healer" with Booklocker.com. He lives in Tucson, Arizona - land of cacti and UFO's

Jason published novelist and magazine editor, Jason Russell has been producing literature for as long as he can remember. He is currently working intently on the second part of the Rogues Academy Saga.
Peter Andrew Sacco
Heads or Tails
The Lost Tunnel of Love

Kent Swarts
Fate of the Charles Wilkes

Peter Andrew Sacco is an author and criminal psychology professor.Sacco is also host of the TV series Niagara's Most Haunted and the radio show Mental Health Matters. He resides in picturesque Niagara Falls, Canada
Kent Swarts retired from aerospace engineering after 45 years of designing spacecraft that explored our Solar system and extended man’s understanding of space. He also worked on a stratospheric observatory that has changed man’s perception of the evolution of the Universe.
V.M. Tackett
Fortunes of Blood


C.J. Turpin
The salvage of Rapha


V.M. Tackett has enjoyed writing for over three decades. A few of his favorite authors are Mickey Spillane, Agatha Christie, Louie Lamour, and Dashiell Hammett. He feels writing gives you so much power, creating lives and characters from nothing but a flash of inspiration, and to bring it all together for the enjoyment of the reader.
C.J. Turpin was raised by a mother whose perceptiveness borders on telepathy and a father who sees the love of God in the pheromone trails of ants. They helped her appreciate how beautifully science and faith, the natural and the supernatural, intertwine.
Yvette van Niekerk
Daily Devotional Ebenezer
T.M. Wagenmaker
Singularity and Survival



Yvette van Niekerk is a ‘Stay at home mom’ who lives in Emalahleni, South Africa.  Enjoys baking and teaches Sunday school.  She loves to blog and enjoys freelance writing.  She is a wife, mom and step-mom, and grandma of three beautiful girls.  She has a Diploma in Ministry and Leadership; Christian Life Training.
Being interested in theology and technology this book was a natural fit for him to write, but his children wonder where he comes up with his ideas.