Stephen G. Yanoff is a former insurance company executive from Long Island, New York. He received a bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree from Texas A & M University System ... Read full author bio >
"An immensely readable narrative that portrays the mood and tumultuous events of the day."
Kim Sanders worked as a photojournalist, an editor and an attorney before writing her first novel. Sanders now writes what she loves to read—romantic fiction. Her 2011 debut novel ... Read full author bio >
"A light, uplifting romance that’s equal parts comedy, fairy tale and travelogue."
Multi-Award winning fiction author and graduate of Fordham University, Dale has held several senior positions in Fortune 250 companies and has traveled the world. A black belt in martial arts ... Read full author bio >
"An engaging mystery, and a sizzling debut… Allan’s novel is a blistering tale with all the right ingredients for a mystery…But the author’s multifaceted characters are what give the book distinction… The book’s stellar ending addresses a lingering uncertainty and leaves much for readers to ponder. Starred Review"
J.M. Erickson earned his bachelor's degree from Boston College, majoring in psychology and sociology, masters degree from Simmons School of Social Work, and post-graduate certification program in psychological ... Read full author bio >
"A gripping story featuring well-constructed characters, poignant moral dilemmas and a chillingly realistic dystopian future."
Patrick is a veteran of the US navy and a former healthcare executive/entrepreneur, stage actor, and inventor. Patrick graduated, summa cum laude, from The University of Houston with a ... Read full author bio >
Jamie Le Fay is the author of Ange’el, her debut novel. She was born in Europe and spent her early adult years traveling around the world working in information ... Read full author bio >
"Packed with invigorating ideas and prose, Le Fay’s novel is a nuanced exploration of feminism and its potential—for good or ill. A finely grained achievement that challenges the status quo on all fronts."
Bestselling author of the critically acclaimed Feast of Fates, Christian A. Brown received a Kirkus star in 2014 for the first novel in his genre-changing Four Feasts Till Darkness series ... Read full author bio >
"An unmissable fantasy tale that marries gorgeous prose to a lavishly detailed plot."
Lisa Llamrei was born in Toronto. She studied languages at York University. At various times, she has been an actor, professional belly dancer and holistic nutritionist. She presently lives in ... Read full author bio >
Albert Flynn DeSilver is a poet, author, artist, publisher, and speaker. He served as Marin County California's very first poet laureate from 2008-2010. Albert has published several books and ... Read full author bio >
"A beautifully written memoir of awakening and self-acceptance."
T. Mullen is Tom Mullen. He is the author of a dozen non-fiction and fiction books about travel, wine, history, and environmental issues. He spent two dozen years providing consulting ... Read full author bio >
"From a global cast of winemakers come intimate, revealing comments about their art, which swing between invigorating to mellow … Mullen returns with these insights into why folks involved with the wine trade are in love with their work. The reasons are legion but all of a part: being outdoors and in tune with the seasons, entering into a partnership with the grapes, pride in the art of creation and an independence of spirit…Included are photographs heavily saturated with atmosphere, the kind you can almost smell before you see them ... A fine, maverick company of winemakers hold court about the thing they love best: communing with the world of the grape."
Miki Knezevic writes both non-fiction and fiction. For many years, she has written English as a Second Language(ESL) textbooks for McGraw-Hill, plus articles for magazines and newspapers. Recently, she ... Read full author bio >
"Knezevic's characters are full of life, and the pages of her novel brim with crisp dialogue that conveys the deep emotional burdens of a family struggling to survive. Details such as fashion and food bring the past to life, and Knezevic spends time describing both the beauty and destruction of Desa's surroundings. Her descriptions of cafe lattes and flaky croissants might leave readers hungering for a trip to Paris, while the chaos that springs from the bombings of Belgrade paint an honest portrait of the horrors of war."
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