At one time E.C. Moore ran and operated a successful coffeehouse. When her freelance writing career took off she had to sell, and the new owners ran it into the ground. Now it's a Starbucks! To this day she cannot pass an indie coffee house or bookstore without stopping in. Supporting independents is crucial, whether or not that indie is a place of business or a novelist.
Journalist. Novelist. Broadcaster. Blogger. An overactive imagination has always served Sara Celi well. Her love of the written word came to fruition with the publishing of her first novel, The Undesirable, in 2013 and she has since published The Palms, Prince Charming, and Natural Love. She is also a contributing author to Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Positive. Sara Celi calls the Greater Cincinnati area home.
M.L. Desir was born and raised in Florida. She is currently a middle-school reading teacher and a devoted mother. Desir's books and stories come from discussions she has with her extremely loquacious West Indian family members, current events, myths, fairy tales, and sometimes dreams. She's an avid gamer, food connoisseur, Zumba fanatic, and a xenophile. Although most of her books are aimed toward adult readers, she has started to create stories for young adults and children.
Beth is a stay-at-home author, blogger, editor, and freelancer in northern Colorado with a degree in English Literature from Kent State University and an MFA in progress at Colorado State. Her first book, Confessions of a Prodigal Daughter, ranked #51 in Amazon's top 100 bestselling books on personal growth in May 2015.
J.C. Hannigan lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband, their two sons and two dogs. She writes contemporary new adult romance and suspense. Her novels focus on relationships, mental health, social issues, and other life challenges.
Mikey Campling was born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. But he refuses to be classified according to Northern stereotypes, which is just the sort of bloody-minded attitude you'd expect from a Yorkshireman. He now lives in Devon, on the edge of the wilds of Dartmoor, with his wife, two children, and a black Labrador called Lottie who will only bark when she's asleep. And lots and lots of books.
Born and raised in the distinguished city of Saratoga Springs, New York, K. Williams grew with a love of art and history. Drawn to the United States Civil War by its powerful combination of romance and tragedy, K weaves her first historical fiction art piece. Currently, K is working on a fantasy novel series and two screenplay projects.