Thomas Hotka

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Thomas Hotka

 

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Thom Hotka has been writing and drawing his science fiction/adventure comic “Nextuus: The Search for the Ocean Shard” for the past ten years. Three printed volumes are currently available, and the story continues with three new pages each week at Nextuus.com.

Thom grew up and now lives in Des Moines, IA.

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Cheryl Corbin

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Cheryl Corbin

 

 

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Cheryl Corbin writes fantasy and science fiction adventures. She lives in Iowa and works with her writing partner, Yuki, a Bichon Frise, though Yuki spends more time sleeping than contributing to the story in progress. You can find Cheryl at www.cherylcorbin.com.

Emily Whitaker

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Emily Whitaker

 

Emily-WhitakerEmily Whitaker studied Shakespeare at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and at Circle in the Square Theatre School under Edward Berkeley.

She began writing at a young age and never stopped.  And now she is happy to share with you some of her work.

Benvolio is the story of Romeo’s cousin in Romeo and Juliet.  Following Benvolio through the time line of the pay, this young adult novel reveals how his benevolent actions lead to the tragic end.

Emily is also building a comic book with local artist Trey Baldwin called Ladies of Market Street.  Together they are telling the story of Veronica’s soiled doves.

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C. Deanne Rowe

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C. Deanne Rowe

C.-Deanne-RoweA well written romance with  a heart wrenching plot, a song with  lyrics which touch your soul; nothing is more powerful.  The  only  way it would be  was if you  were on

a warm sunny beach with white sand and blue water as far  as you  could see.  I have always loved the power of words.  How they could make me  cry, laugh, or  provoke all range of emotions.  I wouldn’t be  who  I am  without words.

I learned to feel  good listening to songs which filled my heart.  I learned the meaning of love  watching all the good romance movies. Of course, there was sex scattered through the pages of the paperbacks I hid  from my parents.  Words have always been my friend, my comfort, my teacher. It was  only  logical I would grow up  and want to be  an  author, to spin a tale which would captivate readers.  My life journey has taken me  in this direction and I can  only  hope I don’t disappoint those who  choose to follow.

Visit Deanne’s website at: http://www.cdeannerowe.com

Aaron Bunce

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Aaron Bunce

 

aaron-bunceAuthor Aaron Bunce started his academic career in criminal justice, but eventually connected his life-long love of literature with his passion for writing. After finishing his debut novel, Within, he attended and graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a Bachelor’s degree in English and creative writing, with a focus on fiction. He released his second novel, Before the Crow, in April 2016, offering a riveting continuation to his Overthrown series. Aaron prefers darker, grittier stories, detailing the struggle of flawed, relatable characters set against fantastical backdrops.

For more information on his fiction, social media, and future titles, visit him online at: http://www.aaronbunce.com

Malynda McCarrick

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Malynda McCarrick

Malynda McCarrickMalynda started her writing career on her novel, Mystic Artistic, but that wasn’t the first book she published. It was her baby, she couldn’t get it right, she wasn’t ready to unleash it onto the world…even after no less than six rewrites. Her first published book was Ghosts, Gunman and the Grinning Cat, which she plotted, wrote, and completed during NaNoWriMo. The ease with which she was able to put together a novel in one month gave her the confidence to finish and publish the book with which she most identified, Mystic Artistic. Then came two more books in the series, Mystic Geek and Mystic Whispers. Malynda is proud to create characters that are awkward and cynical, especially when her readers tell her they can easily relate to those characters. To date, Malynda has thirteen published books, several in the works, and several ideas for future stories. So many ideas, so little time.

Magnolia “Maggie” Rivers

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Magnolia “Maggie” Rivers

 

maggie-riversA Southern girl  born and bred, I began writing as a child, and sold my first piece of writing at the age of twenty-one.

Growing up  I spent as much time with  books as I could.  I still love  that first smell of a book as you  open its pages and the feel  of them in my hand.

Like most writers, my house is filled with  books I’ve read countless times.  I could open my own  library!

I collect stilettos and have them sitting on  every available space in my office.  They  tend to show up  in a lot  of my stories as does my micro- mini  teacup Chihuahua named “Mouse”.   Believe  me  though, she’s no mouse.  I should have named her “Killer” instead!

I write hot, sexy, sizzling romances where the hero is just what my heroine needs.  He’s strong and confident with  broad shoulders and six- pack abs.  His face is more rugged than handsome but he  has a heart of gold hidden underneath all his  protective armor.

Visit my website at:  http://www.maggierivers.com