Elizabeth Segrave writes genre-bending novels reflecting her interests in travel, art, mystery, romance, and science fiction. She is currently hard at work on Book Three in her MEMORIA series. Read full author bio >
"Multiple genres come together to form a rewarding, incomparable novel."
Neil McGarry and Daniel Ravipinto are, collectively, a computer programmer, afraid of heights, a former technical writer, a rabid Go-Go's fan, a board-game designer, a founding member of the ... Read full author bio >
"A fresh, compelling twist on fantasy, without magic or sorcery."
James Bannon is an eclectic creative force, writer of screenplays, episodic television and movies. He is one of the most in-demand voice actors in Hollywood today, having worked on thousands ... Read full author bio >
Alec Birri served thirty years with the UK Armed Forces. He commanded an operational unit that experimented in new military capabilities classified at the highest level (Top Secret Strap 3 ... Read full author bio >
Stephanie hails from the Victorian mining town of Leadville, Colorado, where she lives at 10,152 feet with her husband, five chickens, two bantam English game hens and one Cavalier ... Read full author bio >
"Cool alternative-history yarn of yester-century Nippon, a promising steampunk-energized start."
Stephen H. Provost is an author of paranormal adventures and historical non-fiction. "Memortality," his debut title on Linden Publishing's new fiction imprint, Pace Press, was released in February 2017 ... Read full author bio >
Forty years of fascination with astrological science layered on environmental engineering, sustainable agriculture, construction management, science teaching and nursing has produced David John Jaegers, an author with a unique perspective ... Read full author bio >
Epredator / Ian Hughes is a metaverse evangelist and IoT Analyst at 451 Research. He has worked in unusual and emerging technologies in both a corporate setting and out in startup ... Read full author bio >
"Epredator relates this tale in the irreverent, enthusiastic language of Roisin’s techie subculture—full of coding jargon, pop-culture references, and internet slang—and he manages to explain just enough to make even Luddite readers feel at home."
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