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Ted
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Male
About Me

I've written news stories, sports stories, stories for children, puzzles, and plays for puppets.

My blog is called Punzhu Puzzles

I publish my works on Smashwords.

I started the Smashwords Forum, a place for Smashwords authors.



Traci Hohenstein
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Female
About Me

Suspense/Thriller Author



William R. Potter
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Male
About Me

William Potter attempted his first novel at age eleven when he scribbled a few lines about a giant rampaging crab. The teen years kept his imagination in a state of unrest and he used poetry to journal personal thoughts, achievements and events of those times. He returned to his love of storytelling in his twenties, writing numerous short stories; and now in his forties, has published two books.



Terry
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Male
60 years old
About Me

I write dark fantasy, horror, and the odd crime thriller or erotic piece. I have fun, and blog about marketing, writing, and the need to join forces with other Indie Authors.



Sarah Barnard
Member
Female
52 years old
About Me

What would you like to know?

Most information can be found either on my website, my publishing website, or on my facebook page. Feel free to wander over for a browse.

 



Alex Knight
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Female
About Me

I enjoy writing about murder and horror with a bit of humor thrown in whenever possible.



Elizabeth Reyes
Administrator
Female
About Me

My name is Elizabeth Reyes. I've been writing all my life for fun and only recently decided to join the indie world. I am working on a romance series entitled The Moreno Brothers about the love lives of 3 brothers living in La Jolla California. The first in the series, "Forever Mine" is now available on Amazon , and Nook . Forever Mine was released in September of this year and has received good reviews thus far. I'm hoping to have the 2nd in the series "Always Been Mine" out by early 2011.

 

Visit my blog to read the first three chapters of Forever Mine and other samples of my writing.



Joleene Naylor
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Female
About Me

Joleene Naylor grew up in southwest Iowa surrounded by cornand very little entertainment – so she made her own. She’s been writing anddrawing since she was a child, with a leaning towards fantasy, horror andparanormal. It’s this love of all that goes bump in the night that lead her towrite the Amaranthine  vampireseries. In her spare time she’s a freelance artist and photographer.  Joleene does freelance book cover art,maintains blogs full of odd ramblings, illustrates a webcomic and hopes to winthe lottery.  However, unless she startsbuying tickets she may never actually win anything.

 

 




Patti Larsen
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Female
About Me

I am a novelist and screenwriter with a passion for the paranormal, sci-fi and fantasy. I write mostly for the 8-18 set. My middle grade novel, The Ghost Boy of MacKenzie House(Acorn Press) is due in the spring of 2012. I have two other novels self-published, Cat City and Curiosities, Inc. both available through Smashwords and Lulu.com. I live on the East Coast of Canada with my very patient husband and four enormous cats.


You can read my blog at javascript:mox();

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or follow my tweets @PattiLarsen 



Rodney C. Johnson
Member
Male
45 years old
About Me

I write Science Fiction and am an avid foodie, the more exotic, or "weird" as my friends would call it, the more tasty the food! Though I primarily read Science Fiction books, almost any good story will get my attention.



Jemima Valentino
Member
Female
43 years old
About Me

I am a new writer, living in the UK with my husband, two gorgeous girls, a couple of cats and a dog named Eddie. When I first told my husband in early 2009 that I had written a book, and the genre was BDSM erotica, he went silent for a few moments, stared at me for a few moments longer, and then said, "I always expected you to write a book, so good for you." I don't believe I have ever held my breath for so long!

 

His Elle is my first novella, and although I'm very proud of it, I think I'm currently suffering with new author syndrome, where my stomach clenches every time I check my sales reports.

 

I am also working on two new titles which I am hoping to release this year; The House on Hundred Hill in keeping with the BDSM erotica genre with a touch of paranormal, and The Ninth Medium a paranormal romance.

 

I fell in love with writing when I was nine years old and was awarded an A for an essay I wrote for an English lesson. Unfortunately, I am not yet a full time author, so I have a regular job that pays the mortgage. But my resolution for 2011 is earn enough from writing so that I can quit the day job and concentrate the rest of my life on my true passion. I'm a dreamer, a fantasist, a romantic, a believer in the power of the Universe, and also a realist. I know my own limits, and am willing to push right through them to achieve my dreams.

 

You can find me on;

Twitter @JemimaValentino

GoodReads

My Blog



Dana Taylor
Member
Female
About Me

I've reached the age where significance is more important than success and everyday is a gift. Yet I'm still young enough to wonder at the world around me.

 Life is a series of stages and my writing has reflected those stages. There were the magazine articles when my children were little. My first sale was a piece to the Ladies Home Journal relating a trip to the grocery store with a two-month-old.

 Later came the show scripts for my women's chorus. Boy, were those corny! But they got a lot of laughs. Of course, there was professional business writing in my various day jobs.

 Then came the fateful day about ten years ago when my lawyer husband fired me as his secretary (his crazy clients were literally driving me crazy) and I began my first novel. "Ain't Love Grand?" was picked up by the first publisher (Echelon Press) who read it. Echelon also published "That Devil Moon" in trade paperback. Now with the advent of the e-book revolution, I am in the process of publishing my novels at Amazon and Smashwords. Currently, "Princess Robin," "Devil Moon" and "Shiny Green Shoes" are available as ebooks.

 And during all those years a spiritual journey was unfolding that is now making its way into my writing. My WIP is entitled "Ever-Flowing Streams: Adventures in Prayer."

 

Sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction. If you begin following my work, you'll see I'm hanging out with healers and spirit-filled people nowadays. Every day is an adventure. I invite you to join me.



hhwingless
Limited Member
Female
About Me

Holly Hood was born in Toledo, Ohio. She grew up in Toledo just about her whole life, besides the three years she lived in Clarksville, Tennesse with her husband and children before coming back to Ohio. Holly now resides in Sylvania, Ohio. After school she became a mother, a few years later she was married and enjoying life as a Mother and wife. With three young children to keep her busy, writing had almost disapeared all together.

Writing has always been a big part of Holly's life since the age of eleven, back then the only thing she needed was a pen and a paper to keep her content. She would write story after story letting her imagination run wild,she never stopped thinking about characters and plots. It was very hard to put the pen down.

In 2009 Holly finally got the urge to write again, she was determined to come up with a unique story. One that had forbidden love, a story that talked about death, family life, sadness. She wanted to write a book that let the reader inside the mind of someone who had a raw thinking about life. And so she created "Wingless" a book that was just that, a character that hardly had a handle on life, yet had to deal with so much bad in it. Because to Holly she wanted to show that life wasn't always rainbows and butterflies, she wanted to show the bad. But she also wanted to show that even with bad there still could be good. And her character Eve is just that, a tough girl who no matter what keeps pushing forward.

After finishing her first book, she wondered if she would even let anyone read it. To her it was more a means of venting and she doubted anyone would understand. A close family member not knowing how much Holly even liked writing asked to read it, and within the day she called her thrilled beyond words at how much she liked the book. With the support of family, friends and even strangers she decided to take Wingless seriously and continue writing it. Everyone was dying to know what happened next, from its creation in November of 2009 to the present there are now five books in the Wingless Series.And her passion for writing is bigger then ever.

Holly says writing is all she thinks about sometimes, watching tv or even cleaning or listening to music sends her brain into creative mode. She is always jotting down new story ideas, or thinking about the next step in the series.

Holly also wrote another book, a Family and Crime story about a young girl who was ripped from her home and taken on the run. It was an idea that she wasn't expecting, but it has now become a book very special to her. She admits that Heart of Gypsies was a book that made her cry, but to her if writing could evoke that kind of emotion then that meant something. And she hopes everyone takes a chance to enjoy this book as much as the Wingless series.

The readers are and always will be a very important part of writing to her, and she enjoys hearing from them. She hopes everyone enjoys her imagination, and that it brings some kind of joy in everyone's life. Because to her the whole reason she writes is for the joy it brings. And lastly she wanted to make sure to always say thank you for the support, it means the world to her.

http://www.amazon.com/Wingless-Book-ebook/dp/B004JU0RH8/ref=tmm_kin_title_0?ie=UTF8&m=AG56TWVU5XWC2



ashlynn monroe
Administrator
Female
About Me

I love to read and write paranormal romance. Visit me at ashlynn.monroe.webs.com



sentmyway
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Female
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