Melissa Bowersock is an eclectic writer who turns her hand to any story that inspires her, be it fantasy, action, romance, satire or biography, and has found success with many genres. Her romance novel, Remember Me, was chosen as a finalist in Foreword Magazine’s Best of the Year Awards for 2005, and her fantasy novel, The Blue Crystal, made the semi-finals in Amazon’s 2009 Breakthru Novel Award contest. More recently, the Military Writers Society of America awarded her book Marcia Gates: Angel of Bataan a medal for biography at their book awards conference in 2012. The book was subsequently featured in a documentary on Wisconsin military history produced by WKOW-TV in Madison, titled Our Wisconsin: The Military History of America’s Dairyland. To date, Melissa has nine novels and the one non-fiction to her credit with, of course, more to come. She lives in a small desert community in southern Arizona. Continue reading “Meet the Author: Melissa Bowersock”
Lorena started writing her first book, Happy Beginnings: How I Became My Own Fairy Godmother when her world fell apart and she needed to process the massive changes in her life. Lorena found characters were visiting her mind and wouldn’t leave. She was introduced to Marissa, Andrea, Lily, Deidre and Beatrice and her first novel, Beatrice Munson, came to life.
After finishing that book she was inspired to write more novels and she knew that pursuing her passion was the best way to live her life. So a writer she became. Today Lorena has nine novels in her writing queue. Continue reading “Meet the Author: Lorena Bathey”
She had always wanted to be a writer, and says she spent many hours playing around with words which danced around the edges of her mind when she really should have been concentrating on other studies.
After obtaining a University degree in Sciences while working full time in her own business, she discovered she’d grown up and now had the necessary determination, dedication and stamina to tackle her first novel. Though her first went through a London publisher she went indie with her second book, The Assassins’ Village in April 2011. This book was nominated and became the number one best book on Harper Collins Authonomy. Since then she’s not looked back and has had a wonderful and exciting new career, selling thousands of copies of her paperbacks and eBooks all over the world. Continue reading “Meet the Author: Faith Mortimer”