Chris Culler grew up overseas in Guatemala, Iran, Brazil, Peru and Colombia, and attended UCLA and the American Film Institute. Her first published novel, "Giving Good Hollywood" was inspired by ... Read full author bio >
"A wonderful, quick-witted alternative to the typical romance novel."
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."
A native of Wichita, Kansas, and a longtime Ohio resident, Anesa Miller is a writer with training in Russian language and literature. Her work has been published in THE KENYON ... Read full author bio >
"A compassionate, thoughtful narrative about hard-won self-realizations."
Jeffry R. Halverson is an assistant professor of religious studies in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Coastal Carolina University (SC). He previously served as an assistant research ... Read full author bio >
"Far more than just a paint-by-numbers story of a small town."
Morgan Parker is the pen name of a shy, yet extroverted, author. His recently published romantic mystery, Surviving Goodbye, was released in August 2014 and recently ranked as high as ... Read full author bio >
"He structures his story well, his characters are distinctive, and his dialogue lively."
Fredrick Cooper is an award-winning author, environmental engineer, a native of the Pacific Northwest and a member of the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe. In addition to being a writer, he ... Read full author bio >
"An exhilarating thriller that will have readers demanding another sequel."
J. B. Millhollin is an American author living in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. He practiced law for over 40 years before deciding to pursue his passion for writing. His novels normally ... Read full author bio >
"A low-key but well-written thriller featuring a memorable main character who grows creepier by the page."
Ronald L. Herron's earliest known direct paternal ancestor sailed from what is now Northern Ireland and landed in the (then) colony of Virginia in 1635. Born in central Tennessee ... Read full author bio >
A British, London-based freelancer who apart from a recently published book also writes articles on current affairs with particular emphasis on the world's toleration of Israel's ethnic cleansing ... Read full author bio >
"A deeply political novel that tackles the long history of struggle in Israel."
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