Mel Parish writes contemporary fiction with a twist of mystery and suspense and has published five novels: Silent Lies, Ulterior Motives The Anniversary, Motive For Revenge and her latest release Trust No One.
Writing under the name d.r. deutsch, Mr. Deutsch is the author of four books of poetry, including Beware: Here Be Dragons (2013) and Toward The Light (2014) published by The Wading River Press. He also has had more than three dozen poems published in various “little magazines.”
Nate Levin writes non-fiction and is the author of the YA biography Carrie Chapman Catt: A Life of Leadership.
Rinku Bhattacharya is an accomplished cooking teacher and the author of Bengali Five Spice Chronicles and Seasons – Simple Sustainable Indian Flavors. She also writes the weekly online Journal News column, Spices and Seasons.
ADRIANA R. HARRIS
Argentinian writer, painter, designer and entrepreneur, Adriana R. Harris was born in Argentina, but now lives in Dallas and New York. She received the First Place award in the Buenos Aires Poetry Award in 1974 and in 1980 received a Second Place award in the International Narrative Award from Cruzada Literaria in celebration of the International Year of Children and Family. Her latest work is amarillo grande – Wild Yellow.
Kirsten Campbell is the author of Blood Master – Book 1 of The G.O.D.s Series, an Urban Paranormal series (Amazon Top 100 Seller,) Perfect Chaos, a book of previously published poetry (Amazon #1 New Release,) Darkness Calls, a book of short stories & she co-authored Chocolate & Diamonds for the Woman’s Soul, a Self-Help/Motivational anthology, an Amazon #1 Best Seller & Hot New Release.
DRS. PATRICIA & HARRISON BLOOM
Linda Griffin, MS is a retired teacher, parent advisor and the author of an upbeat, no-nonsense parenting book, My Child Won’t Listen…and other early childhood problems and an award-winning illustrated children’s book Adopting Ginger
Doris Nieves wrote a continuation of the timeless romance novel Pride and Prejudice called Misconceptions: Pride and Prejudice A Conclusion, in tribute to famous author Jane Austin and out of her love for classical literature.
Janet Garber’s comic debut novel, Dream Job, Wacky Adventures of an HR Manager, was inspired by a job that just cried out for satire.
Lori Fettner is the author of three books: Teaching to the Child, a memoir about her experiences teaching in the New York City public school system; Welcome to Motherhood, a book of funny and sentimental poems for new moms; and No Place Like Earth, a picture book introducing the planets with beautiful images from NASA.
Barbara Santarelli, author of Everything I Never Wanted: A Memoir of Excess has been a nurse for more than four decades and an elementary school nurse for the past twenty-five years. She’s authored articles about sex education for teens, and credits her long and varied nursing career to her cryptic sense of humor and persistent optimism.