Author Dot Jay Gomez

Author Dot Jay Gomez After teaching at Paradise Valley High School for 24 years, I retired and started writing. I taught an array of English classes which contributed a great deal to thoughts of subject matter. Also, the large variety of students, unknowingly, contributed to the plots of my novels. Every day, with hundreds of […]

Author Randy Persson

VIsit Randy’s WEbsite Author Randy Persson Randy has been called a “Renaissance Man” by his many friends. He has been writing since an early age and was an editor of his college’s literary magazine and a co-editor of his law school’s International Law Journal. There is no adventure too small or too large for him—from […]

July is filled with reminders of our nation’s independence

The month of July is filled with reminders of our nation’s independence, freedoms, and patriotism, even in the humble appearance of star-spangled paper plates in the supermarket discount bin. I’m prompted to sing to myself the Star-Spangled Banner. The lyrics were originally written as a poem, by Francis Scott Key during the defense of Fort […]

Author Linda Johnson

Author Linda Chamley Johnson Linda Chamley Johnson’s mystery novels invite the reader to do more than seek out the solution to a murder or two. They take the reader on a complex journey, getting to know the characters and their surroundings by deep-diving into what drives the various characters as they weave through the storyline. […]

Author Nancy Kasten

Author Nancy Kasten Nancy Kasten was born and raised in Kingston, Ontario, Canada and presently lives with her husband in Sun City West, Arizona. Having retired from her career teaching high school English and drama in Wawa, Ontario, she is now pursuing her second love, writing. Her first book, It Happened in Cassidy, Stories of […]

Author Trudy Wells-Meyer

Visit Trudy’s Website Author Trudy Wells-Meyer Some Things Are Simply Meant to Be A collection of short stories, poetry, prose, (180 pictures in color to fit the stories).   A Swiss-born, legal immigrant arrived in New York alone, with 2 small suitcases, on a massive ship from England, fear a constant companion. I was 23. Coming […]

Author Sally Harper-Bates

VIsit Sally’s WEbsite Author Sally Harper-Bates Born in Prescott, Arizona, Sally has never lived more than an hour’s drive from her hometown. Raised on ranches in Yavapai County, she continues to serve the livestock community. Sally helped produce the Arizona Cowboy Poets Gathering in Prescott for thirty years. She’s been the recipient of the Women […]

Author A.M. Ladd

VIsit A.M.’s WEbsite Author A.M. Ladd AM Ladd is a chocolate addicted margarita lovin' mama that writes sizzling romance between powerful heroines, and often misunderstood heroes. She enchants readers with magical realms and quirky characters with a sense of humor. Sharing her love of nature and mythology, Wild Union takes you on a journey into […]

Author JY Biggs

VIsit JY’s WEbsite Author JY Biggs Jerry Biggs was born in Lubbock, Texas and moved with his family to Clarinda, Iowa when he was 6-years-old. He was a foreign exchange student to Chile for a year in high school and his initial major in college was Spanish. In 1968 he graduated cum laude from Princeton […]

Author Dito Abbott

VIsit Dito’s WEbsite Author Dito Abbott Dito (rhymes with Cheetoh) Abbott once spent three and half years animating a stop motion music video for his band, Too Many Drummers, in his garage. It featured a shot-by-shot remake of the exploding amp scene from Back to the Future (but with robots in a space junkyard, of course). […]