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S.R. Piccolli

 

Samuel Robert Piccoli
AUTHOR

Samuel Robert Piccoli (born November 13, 1950), aka Rob, has been a History teacher almost all his working life. He attended the University of Rome, School of Political Science, but graduated in Philosophy from the University of Venice in 1975. He also studied English at San Francisco State University in 1980. He is the author of three books - Breviario del giovane politico (2012), Blessed Are the Contrarians (2012), and Being Conservative from A to Z (2014). He lives in the Venice area (Italy) with his wife, Clara, his daughter, Benedetta, and their dog, Lady.

Mike Walton

 

Mike Walton
AUTHOR

Mike Walton (known online as "Settummanque, the blackeagle") is a longtime Scouting participant, volunteer, cheerleader, writer and public speaker in great demand. Blending his experiences as the ultimate coffee drinker, parent, traveler, sucker for a garage or flea market, retired Army officer and volunteer Scouter -- Mike has a lot of experiences to base many dozens of stories upon. He applies what he was taught as early as middle school that writing is more than telling a story; it is telling a story from a point of view and illustrating in words why that point of view is important to share.

R. Lieb

R. Leib (pen name)
AUTHOR

R. Leib tells about himself: In high school, the writing bug hit me.  I pursued that avocation through college, but then needed to find a regular job.  My experience operating a keypunch machine in college led to employment as a programmer trainee. I worked for 30 years in the computer industry as a software programmer and a quality assurance technician. Most of that time was spent in the Paleolithic ages of data processing. Computers were million-dollar behemoths with slow processing speeds, and a terabyte of data filled an entire floor of an office building. I saw the advent of CRT display monitors, personal computers, computer games, computer generated imaging, and the Internet.  I have seen my world miniaturized and the unimaginable fall of IBM from dominance to irrelevance. When I retired from working in the computer industry, I returned to writing.

 

Doug Oudin

 

Doug Oudin
AUTHOR

Doug Oudin is a retired harbormaster from Catalina Island, California.  Married for thirty-eight years, with two sons, his life on and around the ocean has given him an insight and ability to capture the essence of a true seaman.  Having traveled extensively in Mexico, Central America, and parts of the Caribbean, his own seafaring adventures have given him the ability to capture in vivid detail the captivating lure of the tropics, the power and beauty of the sea, and the fickle, fragile, and inexplicable nuances of personal relationships and human nature.

Jody Rawley

 

Jody Rawley
AUTHOR



Jody Rawley lives in Richmond, Virginia and describes himself as "an out of work newspaperman." His published fiction consists of a Young Adult story collection printed in 2002, and several Young Adult novellas on Kindle. He has an unpublished literary novel set in East Africa and a nearly finished science fiction novella, plus a thousand (or two), pages of notes, research, outlines and early chapters for the novel he hopes to complete in 2017. To learn more about Jody Rawley, please visit http://dartans.com/

Anna Aizic

 

Anna Aizic
AUTHOR

Anna Aizic was born in Communist Odessa of Ukraine, grew up in Israel and currently resides in USA. She has been working for over twenty five years with people with Special needs, developmental disabilities, mental illness and psychiatric rehabilitation.[alas, her parents hoped she will become a concert violinist]. Aizic published her first book in May 2014-memoir in letters: "The Circles of Life: My Ukrainian Family's Odyssey of Secrets, Love and Survival from Pre-War Odessa to the Promised Land and America.” Anna Aizic lives and works in New Jersey with her husband, daughter, son and a cat.

Manuel Neto Dos Santos

 

Manuel Neto dos Santos
AUTOR


Nasceu em Alcantarilha (Silves-Algarve) a 21 de Janeiro de 1959.
Frequência superior em filosofia. Autor de vastíssima e multifacetada obra poética, grande parte dela ainda inédita. Nas suas 16 obras já editadas, a sua essência telúrica remete- nos para marcada ascendência arábico- andalusa, espelhando claros sensualismo, ritmo e luminosidade. A riqueza de todo um léxico onírico, na frescura de uma voz tão livre, única, quanto universal.

Jearl Rugh

Jearl Rugh
AUTHOR

Jearl Rugh, a native of southern California, has made his home in the Pacific Northwest for the more than 20 years. Living in the small historic lumber and railroad town of Snoqualmie, Washington, he and his wife enjoy the Bohemian culture nestled in the foothills of the Cascades Mountains. By day, Jearl works in Seattle as a program manager for an international law firm. When he is not working, enjoying his family, or reading on a sandy beach, you will find him in his fantasy room surrounded by legacy and contemporary imaginings of some of the world's most brilliant minds. There he creates the characters, settings and scenes that make the stories he wants to tell. As an active participant in the Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association and SnoValley Writes!, he works alongside other writers who are committed to perfecting the art of storytelling.

Robert Lowenherz

 

Robert J. Lowenherz, Ph.D.
AUTHOR

Robert J. Lowenherz, Ph.D. is retired Editor-in-Chief of Amsco School Publications, Inc., a New York City textbook publisher that is now no longer in business. As a former university English teacher, he also wrote five books published for use nationally in schools and libraries. Before 2000, a few of his poems and short stories were published. Only recently he has resumed writing fiction and poetry. “Pro Forma” is his first submission of fiction in many years.

Heena Rathore

Heena Rathore
BOOK REVIEWER / AUTHOR

Heena Rathore is writer and book reviewer. She reviews books by international independent authors at her book blog, The Reading Bud (www.thereadingbud.com) Also, she is the author of Deceived, a psychological thriller, and presently in the process of getting it published.

   
 
 
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