After experiencing the tumultuous 60's, Pippa Greene graduated with an MFA in creative writing. Soon afterward, she became a journalist, covering federal agencies in Washington, DC. In 2000, Pippa ... Read full author bio >
John Henry Hardy served more than thirty three years in the US Marine Corps, first as an artilleryman and than a military policeman. At the end of his first stint ... Read full author bio >
"Hardy masterfully depicts how the weight of family history can accumulate over successive generations, and how such a legacy can be either a guiding compass or an oppressive yoke. He also captures the barbarous reality of war.A sensitively rendered story about the impact of the past on the future, and about the morally clarifying effects of war."
Patrick W. O'Bryon emerged from a family of academics, fully intent on following in those same footsteps. He was named a Fulbright Scholar to Germany, a Princeton National Fellow ... Read full author bio >
"An intriguing early WWII spy yarn set in a well-researched, authentic Germany."
D. C. Shaftoe’s books span the divide between contemporary romantic suspense and inspirational romance, providing gritty and thrilling adventures told from a Christian worldview. She's not afraid to ... Read full author bio >
"A highly enjoyable thriller with lots of intelligence and heart."
Gary Reiswig writes fiction, non-fiction, and screenplays with contemporary western themes. He was born on a ranch near Follett, Texas, heart of the Dust Bowl, just as the rains returned ... Read full author bio >
Diane Owens Prettyman is the author of two novels: the Pacific Northwest Manuscript Contest winner Thin Places, and Redesigning Emma which won the Colorado Romance Writers Heart of the Rockies ... Read full author bio >
"An often engaging romance/mystery with a hint of the otherworldly."
Simi K. Rao has probably the unique distinction of being a physician who has authored a work of contemporary romance.
In her debut novel 'An Incurable Insanity', the writer provides ... Read full author bio >
"An often intoxicating...will-they-or-won’t-they tale."
Alexis Rankin Popik, author of Kiss Me Over the Garden Gate, is an award-winning short story writer whose work has appeared in The Berkshire Review and Potpourri Magazine. She has ... Read full author bio >
"A consistently engaging story. Popik skillfully extends the drama [of living with Bipolar Disorder] beyond the domestic sphere."
Born in Los Angeles, Carrie is the daughter of former schoolteachers. Every summer they piled into the family car and explored this vast and extraordinary country. On these long car ... Read full author bio >
"An engaging mystery, bolstered by complex, well-developed characters, exotic locations and an effective narrative structure."
Eliza Sherlock worked in the insurance business while writing fiction in her spare time. Her part-time creative pursuit became full-time in 2013 when she left to begin a writing career ... Read full author bio >
"An often beautiful and insightful set of stories about people both lonely and in love."
Samuel Muggington bounced from Dayton, Ohio to California, Arizona, and back to Ohio. After studying science as an undergraduate he spent several years in Africa before returning to attend graduate ... Read full author bio >
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