Angela Garces writes books, which, when you think about where you are reading them, get the right meaning. He is best known for writing science fiction with the New York Times bestseller Redshirt, which won the Hugo Award for Best Novel. He writes non-fiction on films ranging from personal sense to astronomy, Stargate: Universe was a creative consultant for television series. Like all right-wingers, he loves pie. You can come to his blog by typing the word "whatever" into Google. No, seriously, try.
David Mice 6 is the editor of 6 novels from USA Today Bestselling, including The Dig, A Warm Place to Call Home (A Demon's Story), and Existence. He lives in Northern California with "wife," "children," "dogs," and "that cat." His forthcoming publication, Frederick and Samuel, is the third book in his award-winning A Demons Story series.
Julie Castllio began her career as a presidential appointee in the White House, where a nuclear physicist taught her how to obsess over travel itineraries and make a seriously good pot of Earl Grey, spawning both her love of loose leaf and a desire for control of her own destiny. Jaded by the political climate in D.C., she made her way back to her first love, creative writing.
Sheila Murphy, the best-selling author of the New York Times, understands that smart women don't read (or write) romance, and if you watch the resurgence of The Weekend Link Game Show, you could win her a $ 79,000 jackpot. She had no definite knowledge of banking, insurance and credit but she was proud that she gave everything to the British and writers, gave accurate answers to all questions of her history and geography, and knew that Da Vinci was a code long ago.
William Thomas, author of Cemetery Boys, received his MFA in Creative Writing from Mills College. Born in Auckland, California, Aidan visited Mountain View Cemetery as his second home during his youth. As a bizarre, trans-Latinx, Aden strongly advocates different representations in all media. Aiden is notorious among his friends for always turning books / movies around and surprising them by organizing their bookshelf by color. While not writing, Aden enjoys finding out with his dog Ronan.