Jennifer Carson lives in Michigan with her husband, four sons, and many furry friends. She grew up on a steady diet of Muppet movies and Renaissance faires, and would occasionally be caught reading under the blankets with a flashlight. Besides telling tales she likes to create fantasy creatures and characters and publishes her own sewing patterns. Her artwork, patterns and books can be seen online at thedragoncharmer.com. Other books by Jennifer include middle grade books, To Find a Wonder (published by LL Dreamspell 2009), Hapenny Magick, and it’s sequel Tangled Magick (both published by Spencer Hill Press).
Cindy has many passions in life. As with most authors, books are foremost. Except for the constantly churning bread machine, and simmering crockpot, her house could pass for a library. Cindy also enjoys needlework, hiking, canoeing and jigzaw puzzles. She and her husband spend most weekends in their motorhome seeking out new settings for stories and of course, promoting books.
She’s edited over 400 books–both fiction and non-fiction. Cindy is the author of 22 novels and three non-fiction books. Visit Cindy on her websites: http://www.cdavisnh.com or http://www.fiction-doctor.com
Jennifer Allis Provost
Jennifer Allis Provost writes books about faeries, orcs and elves. Zombies too. She grew up in the wilds of Western Massachusetts and had read every book in the local library by age twelve. (It was a small library.) An early love of mythology and folklore led to her epic fantasy series, The Chronicles of Parthalan, and her day job as a cubicle monkey helped shape her urban fantasy, Gallowglass. When she’s not writing about things that go bump in the night (and sometimes during the day) she’s working on her MFA in Creative Nonfiction. Connect with her at http://www.authorjenniferallisprovost.com
Glenn Sartori has written electrical engineering textbooks for the college and trade school markets. He lives in St. Louis with his wife, Rosanne.
April L Wood is a young adult, paranormal fantasy romance author, a book blogger for A Well Read Woman Blog, an author interviewer, a professional beta reader, and a caffeinated book reviewer. When she is not glued to her computer or pressing her nose in a book, she is busy obsessing over her gardens to the point of insanity, feeding wildlife, and propagating her ever-growing collection of African violets. She lives in a beautiful historic Tudor-Colonial with her husband and beloved cat, Madison.
Nancy Means Wright
Nancy is the author of seventeen books of fiction, non fiction, and poetry; five contemporary mystery novels from St. Martin’s Press, a novella, “Fire and Ice,” in the Worldwide Library anthology, CRIMES OF PASSION, two children’s mysteries, one of which, THE PEA SOUP POISONINGS, won the Agatha Award for Best ’06 Children’s / YA Novel. A sequel, THE GREAT CIRCUS TRAIN ROBBERY followed in ’08 and was an Agatha finalist. Vermont is her primary writing landscape. She love its mountains, valleys, autumn leaves, winter snows–even mud season, which inspired her first mystery. She lives with my life partner and two huge demanding Maine Coon cats. Seven grandkids complete the scene. Please visit her website, http://www.nancymeanswright.com and say hello!