Amy Kinzer is a graduate of the University of Washington and holds a Master's Degree from the Keller School of Graduate Management. As a post-graduate she studied creative writing through the University of Washington's Extension Program and holds a certificate in Literary Fiction. She splits her time between Seattle and Phoenix. When she's not writing she's hanging out with her family, hiking outdoors, or searching for a new restaurant to explore. She has a horrible addiction to financial news. Find out more at the authors Amazon page featuring more of her books.
J S DUNN resided in Ireland during the past decade and became interested in the early Bronze Age and marine trade along the Atlantic coasts. The author has traveled extensively throughout coastal Spain, France, and Ireland, to research the megalith sites and the artifacts in BENDING THE BOYNE. The author has been published in the fields of law and psychology, and has attended fiction writers’ conferences and workshops in NYC, Arizona, and Florida. Visit the author at http://jsdunnbooks.com
David Andrews writes for Poetry in Motion. His writing is an expression of his faith in a world full of paradox. David has just published his first poetry book Beautiful Mystery David is married with three sons and lives in Wellington, New Zealand. Poetry in Motion link: www.poetryinmotion.co.nz Beautiful Mystery book link: http://www.blurb.com/my/book/detail/3154629S
Delores exuberantly experiences life in Racine, WI. and credits her Native American heritage for the gifts of storytelling and love of people and creation. A woman of many hats and titles, her most beloved are wife, mother, hyper-grandma, and God’s delivery girl. (watch for 31 Miracles – a selection of God-planned deliveries she has experienced). Delores also writes the 21st Century Grandma column for Prime magazine, a blog Look What God Has Done at http://deloresliesner.com and published hundreds of articles and stories in anthologies, magazines, and on the Internet.
Edward Fraser -
Edward Fraser lives and writes in the wilds of Norfolk. Since he graduated from King's College London in 2010 with a degree in Philosophy, he has scribbled down one novel and several short stories. He is now seeking to thrust his works upon the unsuspecting world. For further details about him please visit www.theedexperience.wordpress.
Stuart Condie -
Stuart Condie has written several articles and chapters in trade press and magazines whilst working in the aviation industry. He has recently completed a two year creative writing certificate course at Sussex University in Brighton, UK, and is a founder member of the Sussex Scribes writing group. Stuart has written fifteen short stories from flash to 8000 words; two stories have been published in anthologies and another three have done well in competitions (a first, a third and a commendation). He is also working on a draft novel. Stuart has masters degrees from Cambridge and City Universities,is married with two daughters, and spends most of his time in Sussex and France.
Sharon Chriscoe -
Charles M. Teat is a historian and researcher specializing in Northwest Georgia Civil War history and has served as a consultant on numerous feature film and television productions. He has also appeared on the History Channel, History International, and the Smithsonian Channel. He lives in Rome, Georgia with his wife Kathy and Shiloh the basset hound.
Anne Van -
Anne Van has always heard stories in her head. It’s in her DNA. The storyteller gene was passed down from her grandfather, known in his small town as king of the whoppers. Anne majored in Fine Art but soon found the stories that filled her head wanted to be told. Currently Anne splits her time between painting the next Mona Lisa and putting her whoppers on paper. She blogs at www.annevan1111.blogspot.com
Tim Knopp -
Tim Knopp is a superhero English
teacher by day and writer of Christian fiction by night. When he’s not grading
research papers in a cape or planning his next AP project on the peak of a
medieval cathedral, he is patiently fishing words from the air for his first novel.
His love of words and his love of The Word are driving forces for his work. As
a member of The Christian Writer’s Den, he enjoys sharing, proofing, and
editing with an amazing group of writers and Christians. His short story “‘Til
Forever” was recently selected for third prize in The Upstate Fellowship of
Christian Writers’ Flash Fiction contest.
Jessica B. Zeidler -
A Philadelphia native, Jessica Zeidler has been writing stories since she was strong enough to hold a pencil. It’s what makes her life complete, which is a good thing since the rest of her time is usually spent talking to the characters in her head and staring at the rain. Currently, she lives in Middle-of-Nowhere, Georgia, where her books never collect dust. When she’s not staring at her computer screen, she’s reading, acting, tutoring (English and literacy) and eating cereal with a tablespoon because it makes her feel like a giant.
Alexandra Singer -
Alexandra singer graduated from SUNY Purchase with a B.A. in Creative Writing. She has written a number of short stories for online zines. In addition, she is the author of an ongoing independent comic, Sfeer Theory, which has a following of approximately 8,000 viewers per week. Samples of these works may be found on her website: http://littlefoolery.com/.
Katy Huth Jones -
Katy Huth Jones has been writing science fiction and fantasy since third grade. Her first published work was a short fantasy in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword & Sorceress X anthology. Her YA fantasy entitled Leandra's Enchanted Flute, is available in e-book format from Cool Well Press, Inc. When she's not writing, Katy plays piccolo and flute in a symphony and teaches children of all ages the joys of music, writing, and Shakespeare. Visit the author at www.katyhuthjones.com
Bill Blume’s short stories have appeared in various anthologies and online magazines. He’s the creator of the webcomic “The Wildcat’s Lair.” He lives with his wife and their two children in Richmond, Virginia, where he works as a 911 dispatcher. To find Bill online go to www.billblume.net
Jason Hinz is a young adult fiction writer from Madison, Wisconsin. He enjoys sports, reading and writing about the many issues that teens deal with each day. He is a student at the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire, where he tends to write more than he studies. Follow him @AuthorJHinz as he continues to pen his first novel.
Zainub Dala is a novice writer of various genres of fiction, having been a winner in two short story competitions in leading South African magazines. She is a psychologist by profession but chooses to practice writing full time, as well as being a mom to a newborn baby boy and a four year old girl. This story was written while Zainub was in hospital after the birth of her daughter, and is a story very close to her heart. She is married to Elias and they live in the coastal city of Durban, South Africa.
Kathleen Mack -
Kathleen Mack is a self described 'Foodie', loving to cook and invent new recipes. She home educates her children, loves Italian food, and has a penchant for losing herself in a good book. The Prepper's Pantry is her first book and offers great advice and information for building a food storage supply in case of emergencies. She is currently working on her second book.
Keshia Swaim -