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Josh Truxton

 

Josh Truxton
AUTHOR

Josh Truxton spend the bulk of his time writing (He is a third of the way into his 13th novel) re-writing, editing and searching for a Literary Agent for several novels, "The Unvarnished Truth," for the general adult market and a 3- volume Y.A. & New Adult novel, written against the background of the Revolutionary War. His latest novel, "Alex, Peanut Butter and Me" was released in April  of 2015. To learn more, please visit http://www.joshswritingroom.com

Parinitha Prasanna

 

Parinitha Prasanna
BOOK REVIEWER / AUTHOR

Parinitha Prasanna is a natural sciences student, a blogger, an environmentalist and a people's person. She took up a creative writing course in her college which helped her explore the amazing and vast field of literature. She is passionate about reading, writing, art and the environment. She aspires to be an Environmental Journalist.  Check out Parinitha's blogs on WordPress: pari617.wordpress.com    and  headhighintheclouds.wordpress.com

Scott Kauffman

Scott Kauffman
AUTHOR

Scott Kauffman is the author of the novel In Deepest Consequences, and his second novel, Revenants-  the Odyssey Home, is scheduled for release in January 2016, by Moonshine Cove Publishing. He is a recipient of the 2011 Mighty River Short Story Contest and the 2010 Hackney Literary Award. Currently, he is at work on two novel manuscripts and a collection of short stories. To learn more about Scott Kauffman, please visit http://www.scottkauffman.net/

Ryan Morris

Ryan Tim Morris
AUTHOR

His first novel ("MOLT") was self-published in 2009 and Ryan is currently submitting his third novel to literary agencies in an effort to seek representation. He wrote several screenplays, stage plays and few short stories. Ryan Tim Morris lives in Vancouver, BC and works as a library technician at an independent school.  

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Célia Correia Loureiro
AUTORA

Célia Correia Loureiro nasceu em Almada, em 1989. Licenciou-se em Informação Turística pela Escola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril, mas garante que a sua vocação é a escrita. Desde cedo começou a contar histórias através de ilustrações. Aos doze anos leu o seu primeiro romance e, desde aí, não parou de ler nem de escrever. Com algumas obras terminadas, apresenta-se aos leitores através da Alfarroba com "Demência" em Nov. de 2011 e, em Out. de 2012 lança, pela mesma chancela, "O Funeral da Nossa Mãe". "A Filha do Barão" é o seu terceiro romance e também a sua estreia no seu género favorito: a novela histórica.

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Rebecca McNutt
AUTHOR

Rebecca Maye McNutt was born in Nova Scotia, Canada in 1998, after which she moved to Ontario and New Brunswick for a number of years. The first books she wrote were the Smog City book series (better-known as Mandy and Alecto) from the time she was twelve to fifteen years old, which were later published from 2014 to 2016. She also edits books, designs the covers for her own books and writes short stories on occasion. Currently she lives in Halifax, is studying Library & Information Technology, and is working on other projects, mostly novellas. Her favorite book is Herman Melville's Bartleby the Scrivener, and her hobbies include film photography, reading and watching movies. Danvers: the Reckoning is one of her most recent novellas and one of the first of her books to take place in the United States. Her upcoming novel, Three Little Ghostly Operatives, will be released by February 2017. She is an active author/reviewer on Goodreads and frequently reviews young adult, horror and crime titles.

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Jennifer Renson
AUTHOR

Jennifer graduated from Monmouth University with a degree in Public Relations/Journalism with a minor in History. She participates in Open Mic/book signing/spoken word events throughout New Jersey and writes for Lost Treasure Magazine covering a variety of topics from Captain Kidd, Cesare Borgia, King Arthur, the Library of Alexandria and Richard III. Her photography has obtained online awards from Capture the Jersey Shore and following her interest in history she has been a volunteer archaeologist.

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Michelle Tin
AUTHOR

Michelle Tin is currently a graduate student at the University of Alabama. She was previously the assistant editor at Her Campus Notre Dame and continues to write in her free time. Michelle can be reached by email at mttin@crimson.ua.edu.
URLs:
http://www.hercampus.com/author/michelle-tin   https://michelle391.wordpress.com

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Clara Roberts
AUTHOR

Clara Roberts is a graduate of the MA in Writing Program at Johns Hopkins University. Her literary nonfiction work has been published in the Johns Hopkins journal, Penn Union, and on clampmag.net. She lives in Baltimore where she finds material every day to write about in her journal.

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