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Cyndi Williams Barnier and Jack Gannon (J&C Wordsmiths, LLC)
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Jack & Cyndi, your good old hometown southerners from Beaufort, S.C.

An amusing irony about the authors is Jack and Cyndi were friends at Beaufort High School in the late 1970’s and talked way back then about writing a similar suspense/thriller novel, but parted ways after graduation before that project ever got started. Now, some three decades later, they met up again (in Beaufort), rapidly renewed their friendship, and developed an L.L.C. business partnership under the name of J & C Wordsmiths, with plans now to write many more TASK FORCE NOVELS in the future, and currently working on a screenplay for their first novel, MURDER IN TWOS AND THREES.  Our website is http://www.jancwordsmiths.com. ; We're also on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/2sAnd3s.



Brian Dobbins
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Brian Dobbins has had a wide variety of experiences, from artist and writer to videographer, graphic designer to bartender to salesman to factory worker… and so on. He attempts to draw on this varied background to spin tales of strong characters in unusual situations. He’s written everything from comic books to magazine articles to short stories to novels. His novels represent different genres such as Witchcraft, Detective and Western, and usually involve a good amount of historical background. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.



Ruth
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I am a graduate of University of Worcester.

A mother & grandmother, who writes a Science Fiction & Fantasy Series called the Voxian Series whihc is available on Lulu.com and Amazon.

 



KarinaFabian
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Karina Fabian breathes fire, battles zombies with chainsaws and window cleaner, travels to the edge of the solar system to recover alien artifacts, and has been driven insane by psychic abilities. It’s what makes being an author such fun. She won the 2010 INDIE Award for best fantasy for Magic, Mensa and Mayhem (her first DragonEye, PI novel) and the Global E-Book Award for best horror for Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator. She’s an active member of Broad Universe and the Catholic Writers’ Guild, and teaches writing and marketing online. When not writing, she enjoys her family and swings a sword around in haidong gumbdo.



janet fears
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31 years old
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Jaimie Hope
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I am the author of a Children's picture books series, The Adventures of Baby Jaimie. I also write YA Romance, and have had my autobiography published.



T.K. Gall
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61 years old
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I am a published writter with 3 children and a degree from Ohio University in Nursing. I live in Ohio. I work for Global Media Outreach as a missionary. Helping others to connect with God. Currently working on my second novel. First novel The Passing of Time.



Stacey Brewer
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43 years old

Gia Volterra de Saulnier
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Female
51 years old
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Author of "Journey to Jazzland" a picture book for kids ages 5 - 9 about a flute named Windy who gets bored in Orchestra one day and wants to learn more about Jazz.

Married, mom of one boy, living in Massachusetts, performer, musician and promoter of Renaissance Festivals in MA/NH area.



tina.amsalu
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30 years old

PER
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30 years old
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i will tell you leter



Steve K Smy
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Steve K Smy was born in Ipswich, Suffolk - a picturesque part of England. He has lived virtually his whole life there. He started writing for pleasure when he was 13 years old. He was prolific, but still had much to learn, of course. He wrote a sci-fi novel and a fantasy novel. The sci-fi never got accepted. The fantasy novel never even got typed up! He also wrote a collection of fantasy short stories, which again went unpublished.

 

In time, working and raising a family severely dented his writing activity. He only returned to it seriously in February 2012, following a long illness. Since then, he has written and published (in ebook form) several short stories, four novelettes and has been working on a major fantasy novel.

 

He has written and published (as ebooks) stories in three series: the "Thief" series of fantasy short stories, the horror/future fiction "G1: The Guardians" series (two novelettes, to date) and the science fiction "Captain Henri Duschelle Stories" (a short story and two novelettes - the first of the novelettes has now been published as a paperback).

 

Mr Smy is also a blogger with a growing readership.



Talina L. Collier
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45 years old
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:) I am a newly published author. I write in many different genres. I currently have 1 children's picture book, 1 poetry book, and 1 cookbook published. I currently have a second children's picture book in the production process. I am currently working on 6 more books. Which are > 1 fiction novella, 1 thriller novella, 2 children's picture book (to add to my children's picture book series), a second poetry book and a romance novella. Writing is my passion.

I am just a southern wife & mother who loves her family and enjoys life. Writing is my baby, my passion, my world second ot my family, of course! :)



Code9
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Ash: Return Of The Beast (book trailer)

A modern day supernatural crime chiller, steeped in the occult, inspired by a real mystery.

Ash: Return Of The Beast (book trailer)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3_UJiStvX4


"A page turner... dragging you into a world where few authors have successfully gone... to the Gates of Hell and back! The thrill ride alone is worth the purchase." - Valerie Bowen, author of the Mind of a Madman series

"I loved how [the author] pulled me into the world of demons, devils and the rock stars on their path to revenge. What happened to that “rock star” as a boy horrifies me, but what happens to him because of that horrifies me even more. It is a spine-chilling tale that truly belongs in any horror reader’s collection. The character creation is fabulous." - Christina M. Condy, goodreads.com reviewer

"Wow...Dan Brown fans watch out! It's gripping, tantalizing... I was hooked by the end of the first chapter and literally unwilling to put it down!" - Nikki, book blogger at Close Encounters With The Night Kind

"If you are a fan of Stephen King, you would like this occult thriller. It's not quite explainable and you can't tear yourself away." - John C. Stipa, Virginia

"A good break after all the boy-meets-girl plots. Good writing... interesting concepts... a riddle and some clues to solve... I was reminded of Dennis Lehane. Very different from other horror fiction stories... even gave the whole Necronomicon tale a new spin." - Cyma R. Kahn, goodreads.com reviewer

"A riveting occult crime thriller. I couldn't put it down." - Rai Aren, author of Secret Of The Sands

"A close-the-drapes-and-hang-onto-your-seat-read. Highly recommend it." - Meredith Wright Hutchins, attorney, Olympia, WA

"An ending you will never see coming! Highly recommended!" - Lila L. Pinord, author of In Time, Min's Monster, and Skye Dancer

"Filled with magick... at times drawing one into the evil." - Ellen In Atlanta, amazon.com reviewer

"Plenty of atmosphere and a compelling narrative. A worthwhile roller-coaster ride." - Bob Freeman, author of The Descendant

"What a great story – fast paced and exciting, right to the end." - Roxanne Bland, Of Werewolves And Other Strangers

"Excellent read! Exciting, really moves right along & a wee touch of romance. You wont be sorry!" - Sue McRae., Stanwood, WA

"A tingly, spine-chilling little entry that belongs in any true horror aficionado's collection." - Wendy Potocki, author of The White Lady Murders

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PAPERBACK (U.K.) £9.95 - http/www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1478314192

 

 

 




Brent
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lilianlove
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Female
30 years old

Toni Allen
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Raymond Keen
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I was born and raised in Pueblo, Colorado, and educated at Case Western Reserve University and the University of Oklahoma. After graduate school, I spent three years as a Navy clinical psychologist, with a year in Vietnam (July 1967 – July 1968. Since that time, I have worked as a school psychologist and licensed mental health counselor in the USA and overseas, until my retirement in 2006. I am a Life Member of Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) and Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). I live with my wife Kemme in Sahuarita, AZ. We have two grown children, Anne-Elise and Michael.

Love Poems for Cannibals, my first volume of poetry, was published in February 2013. I am also the author of a drama, The Private and Public Life of King Able, which will be published later in 2013. My poetry has been published in 23 literary journals.

 



Deborah DeNicola
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Female
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I'm a freelance editor and adjunct prof at Broward College. Here's a complete bio:

 Deborah DeNicola’s most recent book publications are her poetry collection, Original Human, 2010, from WordTech Press for which she received a Pushcart Nomination, and her memoir, The Future That Brought Her Here; from Nicholas Hays/Ibis Press. In 2007 Finishing Line Press published Inside Light, a chapbook. Deborah edited the anthology Orpheus & Company; Contemporary Poems on Greek Mythology from The University Press of New England. In 2008 she won the analytical essay award from Packingtown Review, and The Santa Barbara Poetry Award. Deborah also won first place award from Briar Cliff Review Poetry Competition in 2006 and Carpe Articulum’s first place in their 2010 Poetry Contest. She was awarded a Poetry Fellowship in 1997 from the National Endowment for the Arts, William T. Foley Award from America, The Barbara Bradley Award from The New England Poetry Club, and a Special Mention from The Pushcart Prizes 1992. Deborah is the author of Where Divinity Begins (Alice James Books 1994) and three other chapbooks, Harmony of the Next (2005) which won the Riverstone Chapbook Award, Psyche Revisited (1992), which won the Embers Magazine Chapbook Contest, and Rainmakers (Coyote Love Press ). Deborah DeNicola’s poems and reviews have been published in many anthologies and journals such as Psychological Perspectives, Psychopoetica, The North American Review, The Antioch Review, Crab Orchard Review, Fiction International, Nimrod, The Journal, The Boston Book Review, Prairie Schooner, Runes and Orion among others. A Bread Loaf Scholar, a recipient of fellowships from The MacDowell Colony, The Centrum Foundation, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and The Vermont Studios, she teaches writing and dream image workshops in South Florida and served as book reviewer for The Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel. Her website is www.intuitivegateways.com



lruger
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I love music, animals, and nature.