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Christina Bergling
Christina knew she wanted to be a writer in the fourth grade. In college, she studied English with a Professional Writing emphasis. Her creative nonfiction class yielded two pieces that were later published—Tell Me About Your First Time in the college literary magazine riverrun and How to Kill Yourself Slowly on

She published the short story Death and Other Disappointments while working as a technical writer for a Department of Defense contractor. That job took her to Iraq for one rotation, which cracked her mind open to a whole new perspective and started infecting her writing. She blogged from Iraq and during pregnancy and now continues another blog centered on running.
Oliver Brackenbury
Oliver Brackenbury grew up around the corner from a five story deep nuclear fallout shelter, as you do. This may explain why his first story was about the world exploding so humanity could learn the value of saving their allowance. He is the son of two self-employed artists who made sure he was a life-long reader. This, combined with strong theoretical and practical educations in poetry, film, prose, and graphic novels have given him a multi-faceted, highly visual take on storytelling as well as a deep sympathy for those who have to struggle to get by. Several his short films have been accepted into festivals and his webseries have built a strong enough audience to run multiple successful crowdfunding campaigns. He earned his B.A. English (Hon) from Carleton University, one of the only schools in a nation’s capital that you can skate to. He wrote his current novel in hopes that readers find some sense of catharsis and sympathy in reading about characters struggling with economic desperation, feelings of being overwhelmed by our ever accelerating world, and a loss of agency that makes any action feel better than continuing to do nothing. He also hopes they get a kick out of the filmic visuals, visceral action sequences, and a villain that’s great fun to hate.
CN Bring
God, Family, Country. CN Bring gravitated toward military intrigue and suspense coming from a military family and a mother who read nothing but mysteries. Many of her family members served in the Army and Navy and some are still serving today. When Bring is not writing she is visiting children and grandchildren which takes her to various army bases, Los Angeles, California, and Portland, Oregon. Bring spent several years as a Motocross mom and is a football and hockey fan. During football season you can find her trying to catch every game of The Green Bay Packers. The Hockey team she cheers for is the Detroit Red Wings. Once summer hits, Bring connects with the Christian Motorcyclists Association. Bring's extensive research and life experience lend an authentic feel to her Celia Kelly military, mystery, thriller series, as well as the Jack Sleuth crime, mystery series for youth. Bring is a member of Christian Motorcyclist Association, Military Writers Society of America, Toastmasters International, and Women's National Book Association.
Kim Carmichael
Kim Carmichael began writing nine years ago when her love of happy endings inspired her to create her own. A Southern California native, Kim's contemporary romance combines Hollywood magic with pop culture to create quirky characters set against some of most unique and colorful settings in the world.

With a weakness for designer purses, bad boys and techno geeks, Kim married her own computer whiz after he proved he could keep her all her gadgets running and finally admitted handbags were an investment.

Kim is a member of the Romance Writers of America, as well as some small specialty chapters. A multi-published author, Kim's books can be found on Amazon as well as Barnes & Noble.

From alcohol to makeup to infrared cameras and even scientific lasers studying the atmosphere, Kim has worked in some aspect of sales and marketing for over twenty years. The first book in the Indelibly Marked series, Permanent, was selected as a finalist in the Assent Publishing's Great Romance Contest 2013.

When not writing, she can usually be found slathered in sunscreen trolling Los Angeles and helping top doctors build their practices.
Barbara T. Cerny
Barbara T. Cerny grew up in Grand Junction, Colorado, enjoying classes in journalism, drama, and marching band/orchestra. However, in college, she received an Army scholarship and went on to study computer science, robotics, and artificial intelligence, leaving journalism and writing as a distance memory. After nearly eight years, Barb left the active duty Army and joined the Army Reserves, retiring after twenty-two years and as a lieutenant colonel. During deployment, she found time to research Scottish medieval historical fiction and Vikings and conjured up her first Druid fantasy, The Tiefling. Balancing a full-time job as a civilian at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, a full life that includes ballroom dancing, folk dancing, choir, a husband, two teenage girls and all their activities, Barb somehow finds little bits of time to write—her true dream job.
Ian Coates
Ian Coates graduated with honors in engineering and has worked in the high-tech electronics industry for thirty years, where he specialized in the design of radio communication equipment. His intimate knowledge of that environment has brought a unique authenticity to his writing. His lifelong love of books led Mr. Coates to write, but it was being named as one of the winners in the Writers & Artists Yearbook centenary novel writing competition that spurred him on to complete his first novel. The novel was written largely on planes and in airport lounges as well as in snatched half-hours before starting work each morning. Mr. Coates lives in Buckinghamshire, England with his wife and two daughters and is currently working on a second thriller, The Rival.
Grete DeAngelo
Grete DeAngelo wrote nonfiction for half her life, all the while dreaming of writing the same kinds of books she likes to read under the covers on Saturday mornings. In her day job, she teaches high school history. Past employment included selling vacation packages, answering letters to the editor, and filing blueprints in a vault. More recently, Grete has embarked upon the grandest and most perilous journey of all, raising two boys. She lives with her family in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Bill Denton
Bill's first foray into suspense/horror/supernatural fiction came in the ninth grade with a short story titled The Silence. It was the tale of a young man trying to keep his fear in check as he makes his way across a graveyard on a dark night. He almost makes it, but trips and falls on a broken bottle. It closes with the line ""As the scarlet ribbon begins to flow the silence rules again"". This earned him both an “A” and, needless to say, a trip to the guidance counselor’s office.

Through all of the twists and turns Bill's life has taken, he has always written. Short stories, songs (lyrics and music), whatever format best fit the demands of the particular muse he was satisfying.

Bill believes that the greatest writing asset he has is all of the people who have passed through his life. ""You take part of this person, part of that person, and put them in a story you have lived yourself or watched someone else live, and you can’t help but end up with a compelling read"".

Bill is a native of Raleigh, NC, who spent his formative years in Southeast Arkansas. He now lives in Pittsburgh, PA. His family is rounded out by a miniature dachshund named Theodore, who shares his lunch.
John Reinhard Dizon
John Dizon was born and raised in the Cobble Hill section of Brooklyn, NY. He participated in local and high school sports at Bishop Loughlin MHS, excelling in wrestling, hockey, and football. The lead vocalist of the Spoiler and the Ducky Boys, he was a key figure on the Brooklyn rock scene during the Punk Revolution of the 70s. Relocating to San Antonio, Texas in the 80s, he moonlighted as a pro wrestler while working as a legal assistant. He successfully pursued a BA at UTSA and degrees in Korean martial arts during the 90s. He currently lives in Kansas City, Missouri where he is studying for his MA in English at UMKC. Mr. Dizon has been writing suspense and thriller works for over twenty-five years.
J.J. Hensley
J.J. Hensley is a former police officer and Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service who has drawn upon his experiences in law enforcement to write stories full of suspense and insight. Hensley graduated from Penn State University with a B.S. in Administration of Justice and has a M.S. in Criminal Justice Administration from Columbia Southern University. The author is currently a training supervisor with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management and lives with his beautiful wife, daughter, and two dogs outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Resolve, Mr. Hensley's first novel, was named one of the BEST BOOKS OF 2013 by Suspense Magazine. He is a member of the International Thriller Writers.
Joyce Hertzoff
Joyce Hertzoff earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the City University of New York, and spent forty-five years in the scientific information publishing business as a translator and indexer. For twenty years, she was a manager of other scientists and watched as the business evolved from the printing of paper journals to electronic processing and production.

After retiring in 2008 and moving to the southwest with her husband, she left scientific writing behind and turned her efforts to fiction. She participated in the National Novel Writing program for the first time that year and has continued with the program every year since. She is a member of Southwest Writers and Writers Village University. Her short mystery, Natural Causes, appears in the anthology The Darwin Murders and a fantasy short story, Princess Petra, will be included in the anthology The Way Back.
Michael Hibbard
Michael Hibbard was born in Woodbury, New Jersey, but has lived all over the United States, Canada, and Germany. He currently resides in the quaint town of Chester. Many of the locations in his novels and stories are locations that he has lived that made an impact on himself as a person.

He studied at DeSales University in Allentown, Pennsylvania, majoring in english literature and theology. For many years, he has studied the major world religion, philosophical disciplines and various branches of physics in a quest to understand the nature of the universe from one unified philosophy,which became the impetus for developing the Waking Dream Universe. This is more than just a story, it is an attempt to awaken the dreamer within us all, and bring our world to a new way of thinking.

In addition to writing, Michael illustrates, writes poetry, and plays music. He is a perpetual student who reads a wide variety of books in the areas of physics, philosophy, music, paranormal, medicine, cosmology, philosophy, literature and world religions. He also manages to squeeze in enough time to play his Xbox games and play Minecraft.

Michael currently lives in Chester, Virginia with his wife and daughter.
Larry Ivkovich
Larry Ivkovich is a former IT professional, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art, who has been writing genre fiction for over thirty years. His work has been published in various online and print publications including Anotherealm, Tower of Light Fantasy, Noctober, M-Brane SF, Kenoma, Afterburn SF, and Penumbra; and the anthologies Triangulations, Twisted Cat Tales, Abaculus III, Raw Terror, SQ Magazine, and Shelter of Daylight. He was a finalist in the L. Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future contest and was the 2010 recipient of the CZP/Rannu Fund Award for fiction.

Larry is a member of the Pittsburgh Worldwrights, a local writing and critique group, and lives Pennsylvania with his wife, Martha, and two cats, Trixie and Milo.
Martin Kage
Martin Kage had always had an attraction to the macabre, dating back to his adolescent years, having a fondness for ’80s slasher flicks, EC Comics, and Stephen King. His adoration to the genre led him to writing horror, starting in his early teens. Along with his writing, Mr. Kage has also been a law enforcement officer for ten years, having worked in New York City and now on Long Island, where he currently resides with his lovely wife, three beautiful daughters, and Golden Retriever named Maxx.
Ian Kane
Ian Kane is an author, freelance writer, and filmmaker. After high school, he joined the military and received numerous awards and commendations for his exceptional service. After receiving his Honorable Discharge, he worked as a writer for online and print publications, as a journalist and as a health & fitness expert, culminating in owning his own successful business. Ian has also worked as a military consultant for film productions.

Traveling to many places in the world, in both his civilian and military lives, has given him unique insights, and he infuses this international perspective into both his writing and filmmaking.

A storyteller at heart, Ian has recently made the transition over to doing what he loves most: Creating stories of people whom others can identify with, and hopefully be entertained by along the way as well. Ian recently moved back to his native state of California after spending several years living in Manhattan, New York.
Bette Golden Lamb
Bette Golden Lamb is an RN, three-dimensional artist, and writer. She claims to need all of these disciplines to stay out of trouble. Her art works have appeared in numerous national shows and are mostly held in private collections. She lives with her husband, J.J., in Northern California, but was raised in the Bronx, which is probably why she likes to write dark and gritty novels. The third of the Gina Mazzio RN medical thriller series, Bone Pit, was recently released. The series, plus two other novels, were written with J. J.
Louis K. Lowy
A former firefighter, Louis sometimes feel as if he jumped from the fire into the frying pan when he took up writing as a means to fulfill his passion to create characters and worlds that he longed to inhabit or longed to avoid. He is a recipient of a State of Florida Individual Artist Fellowship, his work has appeared in, among others, New Plains Review, The MacGuffin Magazine, The Chaffey Review, and the anthology Everything Is Broken. His first novel, Die Laughing, is a humorously dark sci-fi adventure set in the 1950s.

His forthcoming novel, Pedal, is the story of forty-nine-year-old elementary school music teacher Joanne Brick, who is fired and struggles to reclaim her life back through bicycle racing. He hopes Pedal will inspire women and men of all ages to overcome life’s turning points.

Louis plays bass guitar, though not as frequently as he'd like—something’s gotta give when you write. He has two grown children. He lives in Miami Lakes, FL, with his wife and their terrier, KC.
Tom Lyons
Tom Lyons has been a writer for over forty years. His writing credits include: A mystery novel, The Spy Living Among Us, and a series of business books including: The Secrets of Top Sales Professionals and The Realtors Survival Guide. He’s also written a number of articles and books on sports instruction including Putt like a Tour Professional.

Shark in the Water, Book #1 of the Cold War Chronicles is his first historical fiction suspense novel. A nationally ranked senior amateur golfer Mr. Lyons lives with his wife and family in Northern California.
Brian Malbon
Born in Ontario, Canada, Brian Malbon has been all across Canada as a professional driver—from bus to truck to heavy mining equipment. He is a former volunteer firefighter, video editor and film student (with a single credit on, a husband and a father of two wonderful little girls. Brian has always had a passion for writing and creating new worlds, and a morbid fascination with horror movies. His particular terror of zombies coupled with his newfound worry for his baby daughter led to the creation of Sheila, his first novel. Brian lives in Northern Alberta with his family.
Mark Meier
Mark Meier was born in Brazil and grew up in the United States. He taught in urban public schools before graduate school and now teaches at the university level. After considering a career in national intelligence, he instead worked as a consultant doing work for the UN and US EPA. He continues to enjoy learning, having acquired a few languages (including math) and various belts in isshinryu karate, haidong gumdo, and aikido. He has raced as a cyclist and continues to appreciate the outdoors. He belongs to the Sierra Club in addition to the Authors Guild and other writing and community organizations. He has traveled, lived, or worked in Germany, South Korea, India, Switzerland, and elsewhere, and donates a portion of the profits from his first novel Wisecrack to organizations that support international peace and the rights of women and children.
Carol Moessinger
Carol Moessinger grew up in rural, central Pennsylvania, worked for the Navy Department in Washington, D.C., and married and raised her family. Her ethnic heritage, coal mining family, and educational choices support her desire to create a unique perspective and express deeper insights into human behavior as it is expressed in her writing. Her diverse interests have provided her opportunities to lead seminars and teach workshops on subjects such as Jungian spirituality, the New Testament, Celtic symbols, substance abuse, and coping with mid-life issues. She welcomes the term Renaissance woman. She devotes her free time to gardening, nutrition, and cooking.
Brendan Murphy
Brendan Murphy was raised in Sheffield, England, with dreams of becoming a writer, and has written every day since he was nine years old. After reading medicine in London and psychiatry in Manchester, he moved to Australia in 1999. He is an Associate Professor at Monash University and has written widely on youth mental health. His nonfiction work on the development of football in Victorian society, From Sheffield with Love, was published in 2007. He lives with his wife, Katrina, and their children, Sebastian and Violette, in a sprawling property built for the composer, Dorian Le Gallienne. They share their garden with a mob of kangaroos, a wombat, two possums, any number of creepy crawlies, and some very feisty kookaburras.
Beverly Ovalle
Beverly Ovalle lives in Wisconsin with her husband Edmond of 25 years and two Chinese Water Dragons. Her son Nicholas visits when he is on leave from the Marines. Her daughter Susannah visits from time to time to make sure the ‘old’ folks are alive and kicking. Beverly has traveled around the world thanks to five years in the US Navy and has worked for the government in one capacity or another for the past 30 years. Beverly and her brothers have travelled most of the continental United States as children due to the station wagon from Hell. Still active with veterans, she is adjutant for her local AMVETS. Beverly has been reading romances since her Aunt introduced her to the gothic romance in the fourth grade and is still reading every chance she gets.
D.R. Ransdell
D.R. Ransdell hails from Springfield, Illinois, where she grew up in a houseful of books. When she wasn't reading, she was learning to play the violin (poor parents!). During the summers, her family hit the road, often spending time in Mexico or Germany. Her fondness for learning languages led to a Bachelor's in Teacher Training for Spanish from the University of Illinois.

To improve her Spanish, D.R. took a position in Durango, Mexico where she taught English as a Second Language. She also started playing for the local orchestra. When she decided to return to the U.S., she chose Arizona. Two months after arriving in Tucson, she started playing with a mariachi band.

D.R. completed a Master's in ESL and a doctorate in Composition. She currently directs second-language writing courses and coaches new graduate assistants at the University of Arizona. She moonlights as a mariachi player.

D.R.'s first novel, Amirosian Nights, combines her love of music and travel. Subsequent projects include a CD of original mariachi music, Diana canta la venganza, and a book of cat poems, The Secret Lives of the Pink House Cats. Her first mystery, Mariachi Murder, was published in May of 2013. Thai Twist is a prize-winning YA romance that further celebrates her interest in foreign language and culture.
Blue Remy
Having survived a tragedy, California native Blue Remy, who now resides in the hub of the South, brings an authenticity to her novels that can only come from personal experiences and the heartbreak of being a man's property and ol' lady with intimate knowledge of what women have to struggle with in everyday club life.

Remy writes books that cross over genres and grip male and female fans with their combination of gritty MC realism and romance. She secretly indulges addictions of coffee, cupcakes, collection of boots, and anything Wonder Woman. Blue is an active supporter of the WWP, and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
Deborah Riley-Magnus
Deborah Riley-Magnus is an author and an Author Success Coach. She has a twenty-seven year professional background in marketing, advertising and public relations as a writer for print, television and radio. Deborah writes fiction and non-fiction.

As an Author Success Coach she focuses exclusively on publicity, marketing and promotional solutions for authors. She teaches live and online Author Success Workshops and has spoken at many writers groups and conferences across the country. She also coaches authors, one-on-one to help them create marketing strategies and learn techniques for sales success.

Deborah produces several pieces weekly for various blogs and websites including her industry blog, Deborah Riley-Magnus, Writeaholic, where she passes on value-added nuggets of wisdom and skills for authors struggling to understand marketing, promotions and publicity techniques.

A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she has lived on both the east and west coast of the United States and has traveled the country widely.
Revelly Robinson
Revelly Robinson was born in Perth, Western Australia and has lived in various other cities in Australia as well as briefly in China and Afghanistan. She has been a practicing lawyer for nearly a decade and is currently taking a break from the profession to undertake postgraduate studies in law. Revelly has been a long time arts reviewer and online opinion writer for various websites, such as ArtsHub and Online Opinion. She has written a number of plays performed by the community theatre company Theatre 451 and published on the Off the Wall Plays website. Since 2013, Revelly has been focusing on writing political articles, short fiction and poetry for the independent newspaper The Australia Times and has recently taken up the responsibility of editor for the Theatre magazine. Revelly was the recipient of the Playwrights Encouragement Award at the Sydney Crash Test Drama in June 2013. She was also shortlisted for the Australian Capital Territory Writers Centre’s Young Writers Award in 2013.Revelly has many active interests including mountain biking, kayaking, bush walking, gardening, cooking and travelling. She has an unhealthy addiction to Australian politics and tweets incessantly about random and mundane things. She is also fascinated by innovative technologies and is always excited by developments in renewable energy technology. Revelly currently lives in Canberra with her obedient German Shepherd dog and travels to Sydney and Vanuatu for her studies on a regular basis.
Cynthia Rosi
Cynthia Rosi emigrated by herself from Seattle, Washington to London, England two months after finishing her undergrad work, and spent the next eight years working as a reporter in London’s inner city. While chairwoman of the nationally respected writing group, the London Women Writers Network, she wrote and sold the novels Motherhunt and Butterfly Eyes. In 2003 she moved back to the US with her family and won the Ohio Writer’s Contest for her short story Salmon.

Cynthia’s work has appeared in YOU (Mail on Sunday), The Sunday Express, and Bella, plus The Christian Science Monitor, Latitude News and many other publications. Short stories appear in the anthologies: While You Were Out, and Across Town, as well as Girls Just Want to Have Fun: The Cosmopolitan Book of Short Stories, and EM3. Cynthia is a member of ASJA and the Society of Authors, and currently an MFA candidate at Antioch, LA.

Raised in a family of healers, Cynthia operated an Energy Healing practice for ten years which supported women who were healing out of abuse. She then taught the method for a further two years. During that time Cynthia held retreats, ran workshops, and spoke regularly to small and large groups.
Kurt Schuett
Kurt Schuett knew early on that he wanted to write and upon graduating from high school, he won the Gwendolyn Brooks Award for Poetry in 1993. This honor, coupled with professional publication of The First Time in The American Goat literary anthology in 1993 and Harmony literary magazine, where he won the esteemed Guy Cooper Poetry award for Tree House Blues, all fueled the realization that he could and should write. He dabbled in everything from poetry and short works of fiction to professional essays and lengthier works of fiction both during and after his undergraduate studies. Support from his parents, compounded by the fact that his father was a Golden Apple Award Winning Teacher, strengthened his love for the written word.

Mr. Schuett completed his undergraduate in English at Culver-Stockton College before tackling a Masters of Education at Graceland University. Currently, he is entering his seventeenth year as an educator, formerly a German instructor and presently a high school English teacher working in the suburbs of Chicago. He lives in the northern suburb of Libertyville, Illinois.
Killarney Sheffield
Killarney Sheffield is a former horse professional who currently lives on a Canadian cattle ranch with her family and her Thoroughbred stallion Stamp de Gold whom she lovingly refers to as Love Monkey. She is an Epic finalist and P & E winner.
Bernadette Sukley
Bernadette Sukley has been fact checking, editing, and writing for over twenty years. Her work has appeared in Sports Illustrated for Women and Women's Health for Dummies. She has been writing novels for the last decade and completed her first novel in 2005 for the National Novel Writing Month challenge. In 2008, she published Hurricane. She just finished nearly three years as a nurse's aide in a trauma unit at Lehigh Valley Hospital. It has been a source of inspiration for future novels.
D. Dominik Wickles
D. Dominik Wickles earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree at Mercyhurst University. She has spent over a decade teaching computer classes and editing newsletters. Included in her love for computers and the written word, is her love for fiction.

Ms. Wickles has explored many genres including horror, humor, and poetry. Hong Kong Treasure is her first romance novel. She is a member of several writing groups. She lives in Northwestern Pennsylvania with her husband, two sons, and one frisky feline. In her spare time, she builds and decorates dollhouses.
Janine-Langley Wood
Janine-Langley Wood has been writing since childhood, firstly in the form of comic strips. At around nine years old she cut her teeth on horror reading, sneaking the Pan Books of Horror off her auntie's bookshelves. Having recently recollected some of the old Pan books, she was thrilled to have two horror stories of her own accepted for anthologies edited by Johnny Mains, the Pan expert who wrote the introduction to the 2010 reprint of the first Pan Book of Horror. Janine's eerie tale, The Baby Trap, which appeared in The Screaming Book of Horror (edited by Mains) alongside renowned authors like Charlie Higson, also made it onto Ellen Datlow's 2013 longlist for Best Horror of the Year.

Ms. Wood grew up in Leeds, England. She earned her M.A. in Creative Writing at The University of Northumbria, Newcastle, and now teaches Creative Writing and English to students ranging from prison inmates to foundation degree level writers. She has visited as a guest author in children's schools for Art-Forms Leeds and in The Calderdale Writers Roadshow.

Her literary and horror stories and her poetry have appeared in e-zines, journals and anthologies in the UK and USA. Her script has been shortlisted by the BBC and shown at The Courtyard Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse. She has gained two writing awards: a Northern Promise Award in 2003 from Northern Arts, and a Granny Award from Stories for Children magazine. Melt is her first horror novel. She is currently adapting her Northern Promise Award novel into the horror genre.
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D.R. Ransdell's Testing Your Line Editor
September 20, 2014 12 - 2 pm
Preorder Beyond The Gloaming now!
September 20, 2014
Brunchburgh Interviews J.J. Hensley!
September 20, 2014
Smokin' Video Sheila: Baby’s First Zombie Apocalypse by Brian Malbon
September 18, 2014
Brendan Murphy becomes an Author Ambassador for Library For All
September 18, 2014
What 80s Music Teaches Us About Running
September 17, 2014
The Dead Man's Deal Book Launch Party
September 16, 2014 6 - 8 pm
Dead Man's Deal Book Launch Party -- THIS TUESDAY!!!
September 16, 3 - 8 pm
Is this the best book trailer ever?
September 16, 2014
Kurt Schuett Guest Speaker at Leyden High Schools
September 15, 2014
Sneak Peak at Reader Entrainment 9-13-2014
CN Bring: Between the Lines
September 13, 2014
Historical Romance: The 1950s a Decade of Transition
September 10 & 17, 1 - 3 pm
Spiritual Emergence or Mental Health Crisis?
September 10, 2014
Preorder Measure Twice Now
September 11, 2014
Hollywood's Kaleb Lechowski to direct Brendan Murphy's Beyond the Gloaming book trailer
September 9, 2014
Author Kurt Schuett Presenting at the Nardini Library on Literacy Day
September 8, 2014
Sheila meets Evil Dead
September 4, 2014
September 4, 2014
When you are sad, clean up the trash
September 4, 2014
Planes, Trains, and BENGAY in Uncomfortable Places
September 3, 2014
Chat with Ardent Books Editor Sascha Illyvich
August 27, 2014 9pm
Killer Clowns and Age Group Medals
August 20, 2014
Insurgency Highlighted On Digital Book Today: New Releases
August 20, 2014
Creepy new Brian Malbon Sheila video!
August 20, 2014
Sharing Spiritual Self with Loved Ones
August 20, 2014
Find Me a Woman Book Launch
August 16, 2014
3 pm est Sea Isle City Library
Insurgency Just Launched, So What's Next?
August 15, 2014
CN Bring book signing for The Celia Kelly Series
August 13 2014
4:00-6:00pm Livingston Farmers Market, Livingston MT
Cyntha Rosi: Free Navigating the New Age in celebration of The Light Catcher
August 8, 2014
Grete DeAngelo blogs for Huff Post on parenting: Why Clinging to the Past (or the Future) Will Make You Suffer
August 7, 2014
Kurt Schuett on saving the world through OCD
August 7, 2014
The Dark Side of Distance Running: Drinking Problems
August 6, 2014
Insurgency Book Launch & Wounded Warrior Fundraiser at Half Price Books
August 2, 2014
A Generation-X Do-gooder Turned Serial Killer Saves the Day for Wounded Warriors
August 2, 2014
Joyce Hertzoff & The Crimson Orb, Bubonicon 46 Science Fiction and Fantasy convention, Albuquerque, NM
August 1 - 3, 2014
Twenty Questions with The Crimson Orb
July 27, 2014
Cynthia Rosi: Folk & Fiction night at Kafe Kerouac
July 25, 2014
I hope my kids will always be able to look up to me, Grete DeAngelo
July 24, 2014
How NBA Star Blake Griffin Nearly Killed Me With a Treadmill
July 23, 2014
The Crimson Orb at Alachua County Public LIbrary, Gainesville, FL
July 22, 2014
Cynthia Rosi on Spiritual Media Blog
July 17, 2014
Cyntha Rosi: Keep Your Friends Close, and Your Skeptics Closer
July 17, 2014
Grete DeAngelo: When did you bond with your baby?
July 16, 2014
5 ways to find the time and money to take care of yourself
July 11, 2014
CN Bring's family in People Magazine July 10, 2014 Issue
July 10, 2014
J.J. Hensley: Why the Ancient Greeks Hated Running Strollers (Probably)
July 10, 2014
Kurt Schuett's Insurgency Makes Emme Magazine's Hot Summer Reads List
July 6, 2014
Cynthia Rosi on Global Freedom Network
July 3, 2014
When did you stop picking up your kids?
July 3, 2014
Joyce Hertzoff at Leona's Chatter
June 26, 2014
J.J. Hensley on Reader's Entertainment Radio
June 26, 2014 6:00 PM EDT
Police Tech: The Atari, The Polaroid, and Grown Men Crying
June 25, 2014
Authors of Erotica - Submit! Scorching Stories Contest!
Through July 15th
5th Annual Zombie March with Kurt Schuett
June 21, 2014
9 Tips for Family Vacation Packing
June 19, 2014
The Ultimate Multi-tasker: Killarney Sheffield
June 14, 2014
Love's Magic: fun, amusing and easy to read
June 13, 2014
Do you give your ex a Father's Day gift?
June 12, 2014
A Tough Week for Law Enforcement
June 11, 2014
CN Bring: Canyon Ferry Road Baptist Church
June 8, 2014
CN Bring: Radio Interview with Joe Hakos on The Dryer Report
June 6, 2014 8:00pm MST/ 10:00pm EST
Giving Myself Away A Charmer on Minding Spot Reviews
June 5, 2014
Author Kurt Schuett is participating in Charitable Golf Event for Students
June 5, 2014
Johnstown Folk Festival Author Book Signing: A Woman's Role
May 30, 2014
Human Trafficking – The Real-Life Dilemma
May 28, 2014
Memorial Day Contest: CN Bring
May 26, 2014
Ever wonder what it's like to date a mortician?
May 22, 2014
Finalist International Book Awards, Fiction - Religious: The Lie Congratulations CN Bring
May 22, 2014
Grete DeAngelo on why she loves teaching
May 22, 2014
J.J. Hensley on Authors on the Air Radio
May 22, 2014
John Reinhard Dizon: One legged supermodels?
May 21, 2014
Join God. Family. Country. on Facebook
May 15, 2014
Become a part of The CN Bring Street Team
May 15, 2014
J.J. Hensley: What You Don't Know About Cops
May 15, 2014
Grete DeAngelo: Tips for making family game night fun
May 15, 2014
John Reinhard Dizon: Jerome Brown: All About Harlem Basketball
May 15, 2014
DR Ransdell: Timely Procrastination
May 14, 2014
John Reinhard Dizon: Brooklyn Heights: Where Dreams are Made?
May 8, 2014
CN Bring: Mystery Thriller for Mom
May 8, 2014
J.J. Hensley starts out with a bang!
May 8, 2014
Killarney Sheffield Turns Regency Romance Upside Down
May 8, 2014
Cynthia Rosi: Pursuing the next page
May 7, 2014
Ransdell and Toso: Ballads of their Lives
May 6, 2014
Francis Washburn & D.R. Ransdell
May 2, 2014
Michael Moorehead AKA Combo – Believe It Or Not?
May 2, 2014
Forecast predicts a chance of winning a $20 Amazon Card. Predictions launch weekend special rafflecopter.
May 2 -4, 2014
Ardent Books Presents: Do You Have the Appetite?
May 1, 2014
Don't miss the Rising Storm book giveway contest!
May 1, 2014
Win a FREE $10.00 Amazon Card! Tell what you think three of my Navy SEALs would be reading.
May 1, 2014
A Woman's Role Discussion at the Greentree Rotary Club
May 1, 2014
Glowing reviews for Giving Myself Away
May 1, 2014
CN Bring: Interview with Lisa Johnson
April 28, 2014
Don't Miss Kurt Schuett's "Knocking Out OCD" Home Run Derby at The Ballpark at Rosemont!
April 26, 2014
CN Bring: The Wayne Dupree Show
April 24, 2014 7:30 EST
John Dizon: How the Other Half Lives in NYC?
April 24, 2014
Grete DeAngelo: Should you do your kids' homework with them?
April 24, 2014
Manitoba'is *The* Place to Go in “Transplant”!!
April 24, 2014
John Dizon: Bionic Limbs – A 21st Century Reality!!!
April 23, 2014
From author to midwife: A sneak peek at Killarney Sheffield's springtime!
April 22, 2014
Modern Travel Kicks the Habit of Spontaneity
April 22, 2014 7:30 EST
Kurt Schuett: OCD Forum, Francis Parker School in Chicago
April 17, 2014
Erotic Subgenres: A Playground for the Mind
April 17, 2014
Grete DeAngelo: Is it okay to put your kids online?
April 17, 2014
Knocking Out OCD PR: Rosemont, IL
Sunday, April 16, 1:30 pm
A Taste of Harlem at Manna's Restaurant!
April 16, 2014
Carol Moessinger: Polka Festival Program with Frank Powaski at WKHB, 620 AM
Sunday, April 13 1:30 pm
The Truth is Coming!
April 12, 2014
CN Bring: Family Christian Books, Bozeman MT
April 12, 2013 1-3 pm
DR Ransdell at Bookman's
April 12, 2013 1-3 pm
CN Bring Guest on LoveMeSane Blog
April 11, 2014
DR Ransdell: Visit my Booth at the Swim Meet
April 11, 2014 2-5pm
John Reinhard Dizon: The REAL Drug Lord of Harlem!!!
April 9, 2014
CN Bring: Montana Book Company Signing/Reading
April 5, 2014, from 1 - 3 pm
Grete DeAngelo guest blogs for YA author Jennifer Hubbard on getting published
April 2, 2014
Book Foodies: An interview with author Carol Moessinger
March 27, 2014
Free mini-fiction from Grete DeAngelo: The worst pickup line ever
March 26, 2014
Arouse Me: Ardent Books
March 24, 2014
Cynthia Rosi: A Community of Stories FREE writer's workshop weekend
March 22-23 - all day
Carol Moessinger at the S&D Polish Deli
March 21, 2014 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
A Cat in the Creative Process
March 19, 2014
DR Ransdell: Tucson Festival of Books
March 15th, 4-5 pm, March 16th, 1-2 pm
Don't Miss the Kurt Schuett Ghost Story Contest
March 2014
A Woman's Role: A 1950s Romance, Presentation
March 13, 2014, l0:30 am
Grete DeAngelo: When you're the only adult in house
March 13, 2014
CMA (Christian Motorcyclist Association) Run For The Son Fundraiser Concert
March 8th, Livingston Christian Center, 6:00 pm
Gaining confidence as a single parent - Giving Myself Away blog
February 27, 2014
How to teleport a publisher
February 27, 2014
Strong Woman Blog Featuring our own Deborah Riley-Magnus
February 26, 2014
CN Bring at Summit Christian Academy
February 21, 2014
Don't wait for the snow to melt to grab the perfect beach read!
February 21, 2014
Don't miss the Kurt Schuett Movie contest!
February 20, 2014
Brayton's Briefs: Around the Globe with D.R. Ransdell
February 14, 2014
Dont Miss the Ian Kane Bug Out Bag Contest!
February 13, 2014
Assent Publishing welcomes Ardent Imprint Managing Editor Sascha Illyvich. Welcome Sascha!
February 13, 2014
A Medium Latte and a Good Book: The Pact or The Lie by CN Bring, Now at Coffee Creek in Livingston, MT
February 12, 2014
Kim Carmichael Joins RWA's PAN for Indelibly Marked! Congratulations, Kim!
February 12, 2014
Grete DeAngelo: What to stock up on when you have children
February 11, 2014
Carol Moessinger: An Interview with Polka Band Leader Fritz Scherz
February 11, 2014
CN Bring Guest Radio Co-Host for Books of Excellence
February 9, 2014
Lisa Bookworm on Thai Twist
February 6, 2014
CN Bring speaks on Celia Kelly Series, Toastmasters, Livingston MT
February 4, 2014 6:30 pm
Carol Moessinger: The Party Line: Listening in on Celina and Pattie
February 4, 2014 6:30 pm
Chosen By You Book Club Interview and Contest with Ian Kane
January 31, 2014
Grete DeAngelo's Giving Myself Away book feature on Bibliophilic Book Blog
Saturday, February 1, 2014
Cirincione and Ransdell: life influences on writing
Saturday, February 1, 3-4 pm
Read Your Writes: The Pact
January 31, 2014
Tales from Fading Empires #5
January 31, 2014
CN Bring Featured in 50 Authors You Should Be Reading
January 30, 2014
Mark Meier Panel Discussion: Using Research in Creative Writing
January 29, 2014
IndyFiction on Rising Storm: Fading Empires Volume I
January 22, 2014
The Bibliophilic Book Blog Interviews Carol Moessinger on A Woman's Role
January 21, 2014
Adrienne's Adventures blog from Giving Myself Away by Grete DeAngelo: What were you happiest your ex took with him in the divorce?
January 16, 2014
Announcing the Assent Publishing STELLAR SCI-FI Contest
January 15, 2014 - March 15, 2014
Carol Moessinger: Were There Assertive Women in the Mid Twentieth Century?
January 14, 2014
Ian Kane: After the Holidays...
January 9, 2014
"I couldn't put it down..." Giving Myself Away, women's fiction by Grete DeAngelo, pulls in more 5-star reviews on Amazon
January 9, 2014
Carol Moessinger: Sunday Dinner, as American as the flag, mom, and apple pie.
January 2, 2014
Kim Carmichael guests on Book Monster Reviews
January 3, 2014
CN Bring feature story in Christian Magazine, The Book Club Network Magazine
January 2014
D.R. Ransdell: My New Year's Day in Bangkok
January 2014
CN Bring: Book Fun Magazine Feature
January 2014
Grete DeAngelo: Adrienne's Adventures: Seven Worst Ways to Start the New Year
January 2014
Janine-Langley Wood iAuthor
December 23, 2014
Quotable Authors: CN Bring on Wise Bear Media
December 18, 2013
Book Queen Reviews bestows 5 crowns upon Giving Myself Away by Grete DeAngelo
December 18, 2013
Bangkok? I Don’t Think So!
December 17, 2013
Carol Moessinger: Christmas Eve in Rural Pennsylvania during the 1950s
December 17, 2013
D.R. Ransdell: How NOT to Get to Thailand’s Ayutthaya Historical Park
December 17, 2013
Portion of Wisecrack sales will be donated to domestic violence shelters through March 15, 2014
December 16, 2013
CN Bring WiseBear Radio/U-tube interview
December 15, 2013
Tales from Fading Empires #4
December 12, 2013
Check out new five-star Amazon reviews for Giving Myself Away by Grete DeAngelo
December 11, 2013
DR Ransdell: Ever wondered why it's hard to teach writing to second-language students?
December 10, 2013
December 6 Christmas Stroll Book Signing at Conley's Books & Music, Livingston, MT
December 6, 2013
Who would play Adrienne in the movie version of Giving Myself Away, the new women's fiction release by Grete DeAngelo?
December 5 2013
The Grand Palace, No Misnomer!
December 3, 2013
CN Bring Feature Cover Story in DetermineD Magazine
December 2013
CN Bring: Guest Host on Books of Excellence with Bonnie Kay
Interviewing Marc P Yablonka, author & Military Journalist
November 24, 2013 7:00 est
Micro November Update: Ian Kane
November 24, 2013
Video: Permanent: Book One of the Indelibly Marked series
November 16, 2013
You Have to Create the Next Thing: A Writers Write Interview with Mark Meier
November 16, 2013
Farther Books Launches Blog with Fading Empires author Ian Kane
Science Fiction and its Subgenres: A World of Possibilities
November 15, 2013
New Release: Wisecrack by Mark Meier
November 14, 2013
Interview with Grete DeAngelo, author of Giving Myself Away
November 10, 2013
New Release: Giving Myself Away by Grete DeAngelo
Valley Branch of the Hazleton Area Public Library
November 9, 2013
Upcoming Release: Giving Myself Away by Grete DeAngelo
November 7, 2013
New Release: Permanent: Book One of the Indelibly Marked series by Kim Carmichael
November 1, 2013
CN Bring: Three Day Book Event
Book signing of The Celia Kelly Series
Sports Connection Gun Show
November 1 - 3, 2013
Michael Hibbard: Radio interview with Elaine Charles of Book Report Radio
October 27, 2013 4:00 - 5:00 pm est
The Great Romance Grand Prize Winner Blog
October 24, 2013
CN Bring: Paperback book auction for TriCountyNetwork, a shelter for Battered Women
The Shane Center, Livingston Mt.
October 22, 2013
Permanent: #108 Paid in Kindle Store Canada
October 22, 2013
Book Trailer: Rising Storm: Fading Empires Volume One by Ian Kane
October 21, 2013
Permanent: #494 Paid in Kindle Store
October 19, 2013
CN Bring: Guest Host on Books of Excellence with Bonnie Kay
Interviewing Military Author LTC Peter Clark
October 19, 2013
Assent Academy Welcomes the Final Class of 2013!
Unique curriculum offered exclusively to AP contracted authors
October 14, 2013 8:00 am est
Believe in Your World and the World Believes With You!
October 7, 2013
New Release: Thai Twist by D.R. Ransdell
September 30, 2013
The Art of Turning the Page
September 28, 2013
New Release: The Waking Dream: Book I Devlin by Michael Hibbard
September 22, 2013
Assent Publishing signs author Joyce Hertzoff
September 13, 2013
Assent Publishing signs author Brendan Murphy
September 8, 2013
Assent Publishing signs author D. Dominik Wickles
September 4, 2013
AP signs author Denise Tanaka
September 3, 2013
AP signs author Jax Daniels
August 28, 2013
AP signs author Linda M. Crate
August 1, 2013
AP signs author Bernadette Sukley
July 29, 2013
AP signs author Barton Paul Levenson
July 26, 2013
New Release: The Lie by CN Bring
July 23, 2013
Author Paul DeThroe and his “Rise of the Raven Knights” Series
July 16, 2013
Announcing the 2013 Assent Publishing “ROGUE WRITING” Contest!
July 2, 2013
New Release: Suffer the Witch, Book 1, Rise of the Raven Knights by Paul DeThroe
June 3, 2013
AP signs author Cynthia Rosi
June 3, 2013
The Winners of the 2013 Assent Publishing Great Romance Contest!
May 16, 2013
Announcing the 2013 Assent Publishing “EPIC FANTASY” Contest!
May 2, 2013
The Pact, CN Bring
May 1, 2013
New Release: Cross Marketing Magic by Deborah Riley-Magnus
May 1, 2013
New Release: The Pact
April 27, 2013
New Release: Finding Author Success, Second Edition, by Deborah Riley-Magnus
April 20, 2013
Surfin' on the Blog Hop
April 3, 2013
The Anatomy of Fear
March 19, 2013
Four Ways to Romance the Publisher!
March 15, 2013
Dragons, Dwarves, & Dark Lords: The Realms of High Fantasy
March 7, 2013
Starve a Cold, Feed a Zombie??
February 19, 2013
Phantasm Books Welcomes New Author Paul DeThroe
February 5, 2013
Bad Day Books Welcomes New Author CN Bring
January 29, 2013
Assent Publishing “GREAT ROMANCE” Contest
January 13, 2013
What kind of a name is Rudolph…for a serial killer?
December 11, 2012
A Woman’s Life (and Other Bits of Fictional Curiosities)
November 26, 2012
Romance Subgenres? I call them Romance SUPERgenres!
November 15, 2012
Women’s Fiction: Too Sad Means Not So Good
November 2, 2012
October 30, 2012
Drop out of reality and into a world beyond your wildest dreams
October 4, 2012
Just another bad day?
October 3, 2012
The Start of Something New
October 3, 2012
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