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M.L. Hollinger is a retired Air Force officer who began to write seriously after retirement. He is a graduate of Purdue University with a degree in aeronautical engineering. During his time in the Air Force, he worked on military space boosters and served as Air Force liaison officer to NASA on the Space Shuttle program. […]Read More
I am a full-time author and ghostwriter, and have crafted a truly epic fantasy novel that will take you to the ends of a world of magic, alien vistas, and ultimate evil. My Master’s Degree in Physics often plays well in my creation of other worlds. I am the author of both the Maldene series […]Read More
Author Bio Rhonda Pickard is a certified registered nurse anesthetist, a licensed Risk Manager, and has served in the military as a USAF Medical Officer. She enjoys boating, traveling, photography, reading, and, of course, writing in her spare time. “You are involved in a great experiment. As beings get in touch with the light, the […]Read More
Nancy is a retired registered nurse. After retiring, she studied Creative Writing at Algonquin College. Her love of children’s books, and a lifelong love of reading led to the development of “The School Mice Series”.Read More
Anna Moat grew up on a small farm in Chesterville, Ontario where she has cows, pigs, cats, and chickens just like Kenneth and Gwendolyn. She attended Algonquin College for Professional Writing and hopes to become an editor. Kenneth’s Feathers is her first children’s book.Read More
John M. Wills has been writing professionally since 2004. His credits include more than 150 published articles regarding police officer training and safety; 10 books, both fiction and non-fiction; various poems and short stories; and one technical manual. John also writes video scripts for The William McLain Foundation in Atlanta, honoring first responders killed in […]Read More