Michael Gerhard Martin grew up in central Pennsylvania, and lived in Pittsburgh for over a decade. He holds an MFA in fiction from the University of Pittsburgh and teaches writing ... Read full author bio >
"...these stories achieve the far-too-uncommon accomplishment of realistically and lovingly depicting everyday people as they stumble and try to break free of their bonds."
Gene Ferraro writes and produces presentations and events for businesses and organizations. He has also worked in documentary film, and, earlier in his career, taught motion picture production at Stephens ... Read full author bio >
"Ferraro's lean and expertly plotted debut novel tells the story of several people - families as well as priests - caught in a tangle of violence and corruption that stretches from Massachusetts to the Vatican."
Matthew DeRiso received his BS in biology from Framingham State College and his MA in teaching from Bridgewater State College. Although he started out as a public school teacher, Mr ... Read full author bio >
"A misty-eyed paean to traditional romantic bliss."
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 >
J. Joseph Kazden was born in Brooklyn, New York, and he studied mathematics, chemistry, and psychology in college during the early 1970s. Deeply influenced by the ideas of such thinkers ... Read full author bio >
"Imagine if great minds from across the ages could congregate in one room to discuss their understandings of time and reality."
Vic has an interesting background including being arrested and found not guilty of racketeering charges while he was District Attorney in Waco, Texas, serving as defense counsel for self-professed serial ... Read full author bio >
"Feazell is a lawyer, and the story comes alive during his fascinating scenes of courtroom strategizing and during his insightful soapboxing on the burdens
that the legal system imposes on the poor."
After reading the Icelandic Sagas in his childhood, and having a great interest in the world history, the author creates his own world, “Esthopia.” A continent of six kingdoms, and ... Read full author bio >
"A well-rounded cliffhanger of an opening to a series likely to engage fans of medieval-themed fantasy."
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