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Ingrid Hall is the author of Granny Irene’s Guide to the Afterlife Revenge Part 1. A dark and at times hilarious peek at the afterlife through the eyes and lips of a little old Geordie Granny!
Ingrid lives near Newcastle Upon Tyne close to the Scottish Borders with her husband and two children and her upcoming novella The Tunnel Betwixt… which revolves around a near death experience is due for release early in 2014 She also plans on publishing some paranormal erotic fiction under the name LUNA BALLANTYNE in the very near future. As well as offering free book reviews and support to indie authors Ingrid also offers a competitive ghost blogging service to anyone in need of a blog!
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Take a peek through The Gateway and see if you can find Grey Wolf….
Grey Wolf is the pen name of a South Wales author, currently living in the Swansea area. He writes mainly Alternate History, shading into Science Fiction, as well as having been a poet for a quarter of a century. His poetic works are illustrated from his large collection of photographs of the UK, which he has taken since when in childhood he was first given a box camera to use. Grey Wolf has been writing as long as he has been photographing, with his first full length stories written in the early 1980s heyday of the SDP, later developing into a series of (presumed lost) fantasy novels, written at age of 18.
At university, Grey Wolf developed as a poet, and the collection of works compiled then form the core of an ever-increasing body of writing, soon to be featured in a 4th collection, to be released around the turn of 2014.
During 2013, Grey Wolf discovered the world of independent publishing and has published, in addition to the poetry, a couple of novellas, a collection of How To articles on Alternate History and four novels with the release of The Slayer on 22nd November 2013. A sequel to The Slayer and a fifth stand-alone novel are also in the works.
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Her first novel The Goddess’s Choice was released in April 2012 from Reliquary Press. She released Demons in the Big Easy in January 2013. The sequel to The Goddess’s Choice, titled The Soul Stone, is soon to be released.
Her short fiction has been published in Bards & Sages, The World of Myth, A Writer’s Haven, and Short-story.me and has been included in the anthology, Urban Fantasy.
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His book is not bloody in the least, but full of the magic of Christmas.
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Unlike his main character, he has never killed anyone.
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She moved here about 4 years ago leaving all of her family & friends back in Texas – parents, brother, 2 beautiful daughters, 1 indomitable son, 1 talented grandson & 1 gorgeous granddaughter.
It’s been harder than she thought it would be, moving away from her family. But, on the bright side, she did resume her writing, which had been put on hold for far too long and she hopes that you will join her on this journey which she calls Blood of Kaos.
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After a short time at the University of Central Missouri (and a rough battle with Chron’s Disease), Tommy finally earned an Associate’s in Web development from State Fair Community College in Sedalia, MO. Tommy uses his real-life experience to create in-depth characters and interesting situations. He has been writing in one fashion or another since he was young.
Tommy still lives in Missouri with his family and friends and works alongside his best friend, Robert Jennings. Together, they build amazing stories with fantastic characters. They work in many genres to offer something for everyone.
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Among his influences are: Richard Matheson, Jack Finney, Dean Koontz, Joan Wester Anderson, Peter S. Beagle and Audrey Neffenegger . The Time Pilgrims series is exciting and is treasured and loved by young adult, new adult as well as adults.
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The anthology A Certain Kind of Freedom: Stories and Poems from The Writer’s Drawer features the work of 33 talented new writers, whose pieces were selected from the website. They represent almost all parts of the globe, range from the very young to seniors in the
eighties, and come from all walks of life.
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He and his wife, Alyce, and six children moved to Chapel Hill, North Carolina where he joined the faculty of the University of North Carolina School Of Medicine. After retiring as Professor of Family Medicine, he entered the Master’s Degree Program in the English Department of North Carolina State University. There he pursued his interest in literature and creative writing.
As his master’s thesis he wrote and later published a novel, THIS THING CALLED LOVE, in which a sixteen-year-old boy struggles to understand and deal with his parents, whose marriage is being torn apart by alcoholism and infidelity.
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She’s won prizes for her chocolate desserts, and her current obsession is designing perfumes inspired by her characters and by the magical city of Paris. A Libra with Scorpio Rising, Yves’ romantic nature takes on a darker edge. She hopes these shadows bring depth.
A world traveller, Yves has visited Paris, England, and Italy. She lived for two years in Jakarta, Indonesia, with many trips around Asia. She wishes she could live in Montmartre like her heroine, but feels lucky to reside across the bridge from San Francisco, with her husband and their three cats, an Asian Burmese dubbed Marlowe the Investigator and two rescued girls, half Siamese and half tabby, The Flying Bronte Sisters.
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When she is not tending her organic herb garden, taking photographs, sifting through recipes, cooking,or spending time with her husband, she is doing what she loves doing most writing!
Virginia Wright first became a published author in 1981 when she sold her first writing to a regional magazine in the state of Maine. She also had several of her writings published in an Anthology- Soundings, by the Poetry Fellowship of Maine. She has contributed opinion articles to many online websites as a freelance writer.
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She loves getting in ‘the zone of creativity’ where she pulls ideas, characters, in fact whole worlds out of thin air. She writes compelling, humorous novels that put a good message out there and has even created a new genre for her books… forget chick lit, forget lad lit, she writes power lit! Everyone needs a laugh and loves a hero – and L.J Grandi is only too happy to supply both!
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