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  • Book I in the series, How I Became a Teenage Survivalist, was a quarterfinalist in the 2012 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest, being among the 5% of 10,000 novels that made it to that level....

  • Myles Murchison is a writer whose career demonstrates versatility and accomplishment. He has achieved success in both arts and commerce. He is a published novelist, award-winning journalist,...

  •   Kim Hruba is the founder and chief writer for Red Shoes Writing Solutions. A Minnesota native, she has a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics, with a Dutch minor, from the University of...

  • Diana Cachey is a licensed attorney, published academic and travel writer. She also holds a Bachelors Degree in English Literature and is a former adjunct professor of law and...

  • L. Farrah Furtado was born and raised in Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Both her parents immigrated to Canada in the 1960’s from Azores, Portugal to escape poverty and Salazar’s...

  • Larry Brill grew up in San Jose, California with three goals: To become a broadcast journalist; to write a hit novel; and to pitch for a major league baseball team. Well, two out of three isn t...

  • Born in Connecticut, raised in Florida, S L Dwyer has lived all over the country. She began as a nurse and went back to school for an engineering degree. Then on to finance and technology. Diverse,...

  • In his past lives, Ira Nayman was, among other things: a cave painter whose art was not appreciated in his lifetime; several nameless peasants who died before their 20th birthday during the Dark...

  • Bonnie has taken what might be called the sandwich approach to writing. She started writing early, winning state-wide writing contests in grammar school, publishing an environmental fairy tale...

  • Lynnda Pollio has been on an extraordinary life path. She led a corporate life as a successful advertising executive before following a calling to Sedona, Arizona where she immersed herself in...

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