Kelsie was a huge player in the production of The Art of Taking Chances. In fact, Kelsie even acted as the editor in addition to featuring her own short story.
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Australian author Kat Colmer, is no stranger to writing. In fact, she says she has always had a “thing for words.”
Melanie Hooyenga, author of the Flicker Effect trilogy, is a self-proclaimed “sucker for happily ever after.” But hey, aren’t we all?
After working in education for nearly 25 years, Michele Mathews says she is ready to become a full-time author. However, even as a part-time author, she has managed to raise her kids all while publishing three books, and she doesn’t plan to stop there.
Illinois author Sally Henson enjoys sunrises, sunsets and creating characters readers identify with and learn from.
Seven Steps is a self-proclaimed “New York City girl” who happens to be living in a very Connecticut world.
Author of 10 books, Yesenia Vargas credits her start as a writer to her third-grade teacher who encouraged her to become an avid reader. Now, as a full-time author, she is enjoying her “dream come true,” writing about teenagers and their first experiences with love.
A while back, I was thinking how great it is to work with other authors and how I wished someone would start a young adult romance short story collection. Well, a personal motto of mine is that I am someone. (Gripping, I know.) So, I started working on an anthology of my own.
If you don’t play volleyball, you might not know what an “ace” is or what “foot fault” means. But, I’m betting you understand the pressure of being back on a metaphorical serving line by yourself while everyone waits to see if you’ll succeed or fail.