Authors

 

Oyinda Aro

Hello, I’m Oyinda, an odd body who has written every day since the age of 8. I know I was that age, as I tended to keep all my scribblings and had the habit of dating each sheet of paper.

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Jacqueline Beard

Jacqueline Beard is a writer and genealogist living in Gloucestershire but with an East Anglian ancestry going back to the 1500s. She writes Victorian murder mysteries and is currently working on the fourth book in the Lawrence Harpham series. Jacqueline’s books are a mixture of true crime and fiction. Read more…

 

Magnus Booth

Magnus Booth is the pseudonym for an author of highly authentic spy fiction. He uses his experiences from travelling around the world to write compelling stories that recall the unspoken moments of our recent history in places where even angels fear to tread. Read more…

 

 

Leopold Borstinski

Leopold Borstinski is an independent author whose past careers have included financial journalism, business management of financial software companies, consulting and product sales and marketing, as well as teaching. Read more…

 

 

Karen Brady

I was born into the inner-city slums of Birmingham. The seventh child of a humble and loving family.

I’m a mother of two amazing young women. Both work in the fashion industry.

I have been an entrepreneur since the age of twenty-three when I established my own company. Read more…

 

Bo Brennan

Bo Brennan has lived and worked in various locations. None were exotic.

Bo’s currently working on special operations for international law enforcement.

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Louise Broderick

Louise Broderick was born in Derbyshire, England, but now lives on the west coast of Ireland. She has been involved with horses all of her life as an owner and competitor.

Louise was an equestrian magazine editor for over a decade before following her dreams of becoming a full time novelist. Read more…

Zach J Brodsky

Zach J Brodsky spent much of his youth traipsing around the world where he was fascinated by observing people and creating absurd back stories in his mind about their lives and with it he created an endless list of characters. He roamed around East and Southern Africa in the early 1990s sneaking into what was Zaire to spend some time with mountain gorillas, read more…

V.C. Buckley

Growing up, V.C. Buckley wasn’t allowed to write. 

Her mother didn’t think it was a worthwhile hobby and forbade her from making childish stories in her journal. 

This only led her to write even more, but in secret. Read more…

 

Jax Burrows

Jax Burrows has been a voracious reader from childhood and has always wanted to write a novel. She published her debut novel, “Rescuing the Rossini Heir” in January 2017 and has published two more since – “Roses for His Rival” and “Love, Lies and Weight Loss”. Read more…

 

Saffron Bryant

Saffron Bryant is an Australian author with a passion for fantasy and science fiction. She began writing at a very early age and hasn’t stopped since.

She has a degree in Biomedical Science (with honours) and recently completed a PhD in chemistry at the University of Sydney. Read more…

Sean Campbell

Sean Campbell was born in Portsmouth, England in 1988, and has lived in London since 2010.

After graduating from the University of Portsmouth School of Law, Sean trained as a Barrister, and was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2011. Read more…

 

John Carson

I was born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland, and worked as a bus driver for what is now known as Lothian Buses. Fast forward. I met my second wife, an American lady, and we got married, and moved to New York State with my daughters. I also have a step-son who is a bit older and we’re all happy.  Read more…

 

Solomon Carter

I’m Solomon Carter, author of the Roberts and Bradley PI crime thriller series, The Last Line thriller series, and the DI Hogarth Darkest series. I write mysteries, crime and thriller novels featuring characters on the edge. Read more…

 

 

Emma Dhesi

My journey to publication hasn’t been a straight line. It’s taken me many years to return to my calling. I was once told that the job we wanted at eight years old, is really the thing we want to do most in life. Read more…

 

 

 

J.S Ellis

J.S Ellis is a thriller author. She has a degree in creative writing, English literature, and digital marketing. She lives in Malta with her fiancé and their furbaby, Eloise. Read more…

 

 

 

Derek Fee

I was a senior diplomat with the European Union and have lived in Holland, Iran, Belgium, Malta, Kenya and Zambia.

I’ve been interested in story-telling since I opened the first page of Treasure Island many years ago. Read more…

 

 

Nova Fornell

Nova Fornell passionately danced ballet from the age of four until twenty-one, when injuries forced her to stop. In the pursuit of a new career where it would be easier for her to get a job than in the ballet world, she went back to the university to get a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business Administration. Read more…

 

 

Caroline Goldsworthy

Like many writers, I’ve always been an avid reader, but becoming a writer was something that I didn’t rush into.  It wasn’t until I went to university in my early thirties that I discovered that I really enjoyed writing. Read more…

 

 

Gail P Griffiths

Gail P Griffiths is a New Adult author who loves time travel, romance and adventure. She grew up in Toronto, Ontario but has spent most of her life in Nova Scotia. Reading and art have been her lifelong passions. She spent her early years pursuing a career in art but changed her focus to journalism in her mid-thirties. Read more…

 

Jenny Hambly

I love history and the Regency period in particular. I grew up on a diet of Jane Austen, Charlotte and Emile Bronte, and Georgette Heyer. Later I put my love of reading to good use and gained a 1st class honours degree in literature. Read more…

 

Tony Harmsworth

Tony Harmsworth was born in Brocket Hall in 1948 and educated in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire and Bude, Cornwall. After disastrous university entrance results, caused mainly by a severe allergy, Tony was thrown back upon his own resources taking whatever work he could find after leaving school. Read more…

 

Audrey Harrison

I was born in the wrong century. Although showers and dental hygiene would be hard to give up if I ever had the opportunity of travelling back in time!

I’m a person who acknowledges an obsession with history, books and research. Read more…

 

Rosie Hendry

I write heartwarming historical fiction based on real events. I love creating stories woven around my research and how women’s lives changed during the Second World War when they did extraordinary things, and were pushed far out of the familiarity of their pre-war lives – all of which makes wonderful fuel for storytelling! Read more…

 

 

Elizabeth Hurley

Heroines with bite!
Liz Hurley writes exciting and heart-warming stories that will make you cheer and laugh. Liz Hurley – Profile Page

 

 

 

Stacey Jameson

Over twenty years ago i found myself and my children leaving home to live in a women’s refuge. It was the hardest time of my life. At the time I looked for books to read about other people who had suffered from domestic violence, but I could not find many I could really relate to. Read more…

 

J.C. Jarvis

J.C.Jarvis is a pseudonym of Jim Chatterton. I grew up in Derbyshire, England, and from a very early age I always had a fascination with history. As a teenager I could always be found with my head buried in a book on WW2 or the Tudors. Far and away my favourite subject at school was history. Read more…

Phillip Jordan

Phillip Jordan was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He had a successful career in the Security Industry for twenty years before transitioning into the Telecommunications Sector.

Aside from writing in his spare time Phillip has competed in Olympic and Ironman Distance Triathlon events both Nationally and Internationally including a European Age-Group Championship and the World Police and Fire Games. Read more…

Emma Kendall

I am an author who specifically writes about autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome/high functioning autism in adulthood, and am a mother to a son diagnosed with autism.  Read more…

 

Kyle Landis-Marinello

Kyle Landis-Marinello lives in Vermont with his fantastic partner, three wonderful kids, and an amazing dog. He is a practicing attorney, specializing in environmental and energy law. He received a master’s degree in environmental law from Vermont Law School and a law degree from the University of Michigan, Read more…

 

 

A.T. Melville

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The Author’s first involvement with time distortion events occurred as a young student, documenting the temporal anomaly that was detected during the disc crash investigation at Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. Read more…

 

 

Graham H Miller

Graham H Miller has been writing since his teenage years when he had a scenario printed in a role-playing magazine. Since then he’s written articles, guest posts and a book on pagan subjects. His brain is always at work, with more ideas than time. Read more…

 

 

Gary P Moss

Gary P Moss lives in Yorkshire. ‘The Lighthouse at Devil’s Point’ is his first mystery/suspense novel. He has a BA in History and an MA in Creative Writing and English Literature.

Gary P Moss – Profile Page

 

Rob Nesbitt

I have been writing stories for years and more recently have written several children’s books with one published and two in the same series ready to publish.

I have taken the independent author route as it is almost impossible to get anything through a traditional publisher. Read more…

Victoria J. Price

Victoria lives in leafy Surrey, in the South East of England. She loves fairy tales, myths and legends, and grew up creating stories both in words and pictures. When she’s not writing you’ll find her exploring with her husband and their two dogs, searching for beautiful hidden places and secret picnic spots. Read more…

 

Hilary Pugh

Hilary Pugh is a musician; former professional oboist, lecturer in musical history, and piano teacher. She writes romantic novels many of whose characters are musicians. Read more…

 

 

Paul Rix

Paul Rix has worked for US, UK and Australian high tech industries for thirty years. During that time, he has avidly followed the progress of NASA and, more recently, companies such as SpaceX and Blue Origin in their pursuit of space exploration. Read more…

 

Sara Sartagne

Having wanted to be a journalist when I was a teenager, I actually ended up on the dark side, in PR. From there, it was a short skip – but over a LONG time – to writing for pleasure, and from there to drafting my first book, The Garden Plot. Read more…

 

 

Jack Stainton

Jack Stainton is a writer of everyday psychological thrillers. Stories which could happen to anybody at any time.

After thirty years working as a professional consultant, he has now put pen to paper to realise a lifetime ambition. Read more…

 

Richard A. Swingle

RICHARD A. SWINGLE is a fantasy novelist, author of the Harmion series and forthcoming Time Thief Trilogy.

He currently lives in Brighton, in the UK, where he grew up and has spent much of his life moving about including a stint abroad living in Tuscany. Read more…

 

Urcelia Teixeira

Urcelia Teixeira is a mystery and adventure thriller author of clean, fast-paced archaeological action-adventure novels.

Her Alex Hunt Adventure Thriller Series has been described by readers as ‘Indiana Jones meets Lara Croft with a twist of Bourne.’ Read more…

Sharon M Thompson

I’ve always been passionate about writing, and love being lost in the pages of a good story. Since early childhood, it’s been my dream to become a published author and 2018 was the beginning of the journey! Read more…

 

 

 

S.E. Turner

S E Turner is a life-long enthusiast of epic fantasy that borders on the believable. With an abundance of historical research weaved through the pages, read more…

 

 

Michelle Vernal

Michelle Vernal is the bestselling Amazon author of Second Hand Jane and The Promise. She loves a happy ending and to date has written eight novels, two of which – Sweet Home Summer and The Traveller’s Daughter are published with Harper Impulse. Her latest novel O’Mara’s is the first book in her new series, The Guesthouse on the Green. Read more…

 

September 1st, 2015 by Melanie3101