Debbie Quigley, the author of Wind Whispers A Poetry Anthology, was born in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Currently, she resides in a serene small hamlet where she finds solace in gardening, growing an array of vegetables and flowers.
G. S. Gerry is the award-winning author of Meth Murder & Amazon. He is a father of 5, Navy veteran, a cybersecurity expert, and tattoo enthusiast that is reinventing the art of storytelling and writing wrongs along the way.
Chris grew up in Sheffield in the UK surrounded by a wonderful mix of heavy industry and beautiful scenery.
Kelly Lynn Colby has tried to write mundane stories but magic always sneaks its way in. The result? The YA epic fantasy duology The Recharging (complete) and the paranormal thriller series Emergence (book three in 2023).
JL Lycette is a novelist, award-winning essayist, rural physician, wife, and mother. She has a degree in biochemistry from the University of San Francisco and attained her medical degree at the University of Washington.
Colin Dodds is the author of several acclaimed books, including Pharoni, Ms. Never and Windfall. He grew up in Massachusetts and lived in California briefly, before finishing his education in New York City.
Andrew Diamond writes mystery, crime, noir, and an occasional comedy. His books feature cinematic prose, strong characterization, twisting plots, and dark humor. Amazon editors named Impala a best-of-the-month mystery, and IndieReader named it to their best of 2016 list.
Aleatha Romig is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of over fifty titles. She is mostly known for her edgy romantic series, filled with suspense, thrilling twists and turns, and swoony-worthy heat.
Sean O’Connor has been an avid writer of horror for as long as he can remember. He used to write short stories which would creep people out, leaving them wondering if the world they lived in was safe and secure.
A.D. Hay is a passionate bibliophile and can usually be found reading a book, and that book will most likely be a murder mystery. At eight, she wrote her first play.