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Lena K ♥ PrincessLoveBug
Member Since: 3/02/2005
I am a poet/songwriter, writer, and author of seven books. Check them out today! You can find them on amazon, at b&n, and at my author spotlight on lulu. Happy reading!
DragonWrites~The Fire Faerie~
Member Since: 8/05/2002
The two vampire novels that were solely created on Writing.Com and ultimately published through PublishAmerica.com!
Member Since: 5/29/2003
This innovative series weaves an enthralling tale of future technology, ancient sorcery, nature's power and the endurance of human kinship. Read extracts and reviews of The Chronicles of Caleath at www.rosalieskinner.com. Join those who have enjoyed these novels.
Member Since: 8/24/2007
Member Since: 7/10/2007
My first book, Entirely Yours, came out in print in Feb 2010. I owe a huge thank you for all those wonderful people at WDC's Romance House for their sharp reviews and great comments. Without their help I would have never reached this point.
Member Since: 12/28/2008
So far just short fiction, but I'm working my way up to a novel one day...
Member Since: 8/05/2007
Tired of thrillers and SciFi novels with nothing but conventional, straight characters? Try Max Griffin's work, which features gay protagonists in adventures that will curl your toes and incite your imagination. Visit him on the web at http://maxgriffin.net/
Member Since: 2/05/2007
A personal journey of a girl growing up through her poems, expressing her adventures from childhood to adulthood. Learning to love with all her heart, you will feel the passion and the intensity of her spirit in this collection of poems.
DusktilDawn: One Day at a Time
Member Since: 6/28/2005
Dawné Dominique is a professional book cover artist and a multi-published author of paranormal, romance and fantasy. www.dawnedominiqu e.com
Member Since: 4/12/2008
Author of middle grade/young adult fantasy and science fiction, and adult sciience fiction, horror, mystery and bizarro. Working on two novels. Published many stories and poems in a variety of magazines and anthologies.
Member Since: 4/27/2009
James Giambrone, Jr, aka David Sullivan, is a Renaissance Man. Small business experience, 29 year police career; police assoc. rep, a collateral career as a massage therapist and a Jujitsu black belt. He writes self help & erotic fiction.
Member Since: 5/19/2004
Aislinn O'Connell's ordinary life changes forever when she is taken hostage during an attack by well-armed rebels bent on revolution. Caught with her, agent John Starke must use every skill at his command to help them both survive the dangers lurking at every turn.
ReJoyce and Smile more!
Member Since: 3/16/2005
So, you think slavery was only about blacks. Think again. Read Ginkgoes of Ben Venue and hear Willie's story...Will he lie again? Will his daughter discover she's black? Will her Williamson disappear? Will middle class turn? Into what?
SHERRI♥'s SP & WDC
Member Since: 5/03/2006
"In the Mind of a Child: Childrens Stories". "Ch asing Dreams"; a sequel to "A Doorway To Hearts". "It's Not Impossible:Memoirs of Sherri L. Gibson "A Spinning World" "Wherever It May Lead". "Blood On My Hands"
Member Since: 12/26/2009
This is my first book of poetry~ personal musings led by my muse!
Member Since: 4/29/2005
Could Have Been (A Faerie Tale) is 'Violet Branwen's (Brandi S. Henderson) first collection of poetry to published in print as of April 2006. Emotional and imagistic poetry that strives to reach from the darkness of one young woman's past.
Member Since: 7/23/2002
Crystalee Calderwood is a born poet turned children's writer, who still dabbles in poetry from time to time. Angeline Jellybean is her first published picture book. Her poetry can be found in the inaugural issue of Punkin House Digest.
Katya the Lambkin
Member Since: 5/13/2002
Vivian: publisher, author
Member Since: 3/19/2002
Vivian Gilbert Zabel not only writes, producing a total of 7 books, but also is the president of 4RV Publishing LLC. Info can be found at 4RV Publishing.com. Of Vivian's 7 books, only 6 can be listed here.
Member Since: 3/30/2005
I wrote my very first horror story, "The Witches Jar," a few months ago and it was picked up by Leucrota Press for their Abaculus 2007 Anthology. It is now available on Amazon.com!
Member Since: 3/03/2007
Welcome to a story of survival, of love, of stubbornness, of miracles and of coming back home; based on emails that were sent to family and friends during our long ordeal.
Member Since: 11/16/2006
C.K. Ledford writes about life and emotions it brings. From the hurt of yesterdays to the hopeful promises of tomorrows, her work is always inspired by the human condition. Her first book, Tears in Bloom, will touch your spirit through raw, real, and vividly-written poetry.
Koyel~ 4 years on WDC
Member Since: 1/13/2009
I am a poetess from India. I have completed Masters in Mathematics. My book "Once upon a Rhyme" is my first anthology of 80 poems containing mainly form poetry.
John A. Ashley
Member Since: 6/30/2011
Member Since: 6/30/2004
Writing.com has helped me to become a better writer and to realize my dream of being published. This is just the beginning and I owe it all to the wonderful folks who read and review and give the unvarnished and sometimes painful truth.
Member Since: 2/18/2006
I have two short stories published in various anthologies. My first novel is available through Amazon and CreateSpace.
Member Since: 8/16/2007
Tamara Hart Heiner lives in Arkansas with her husband and three children. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in English.
Keaton Foster: Know My Hell!
Member Since: 2/14/2008
Member Since: 4/09/2008
Wandering Wounds is an expression of feelings and experiences of life’s journey. Pain, anger, and grief mixed with hope are forefront through childhood to adulthood. The poems’ presentations differ in style and some use allegory and metaphor to deliver their message.
bertiebrite hoping for peace
Member Since: 2/02/2011
My first book of poetry This book is a compilation from around the world. My friends and I.
KSutton Wrk on #3 Novel
Member Since: 2/11/2010
I am part Cherokee. I found there were historical events that effected the average Cherokee in 1839 no one has ever written about. I felt they should be put down in fiction form before they were lost to time. I hope you enjoy the Trail of Tears Mystery Series. Wado Kitty
Member Since: 8/27/2008
Charlie Maddox is a published writer whose stories, essays, and articles have appeared in magazines and writing-related newsletters across the U.S. Charlie is currently working on an erotica series, the first book of which will be released in late 2012.
Member Since: 1/26/2002
Two young women from very different backgrounds are thrown together and into the middle of a terrorist plot. YA action, with violence and strong language.
Member Since: 2/18/2004
Karla Cruz is a humor writer! The book is a collection of essays written while deep in the underbelly of depression. But from this view, all things can be laughed at. Join me in a romp through the mind of a Depressed Person. A minor miracle indeed!
Member Since: 4/02/2011
Through life's most difficult times, I have emerged a survivor only to reinvent myself and my spirituality.
Member Since: 6/17/2009
Valerie Routhieaux started down the road to publication in 1980. Her goal is to write uplifting, faith-based, stimulating, page-turning stories, no matter the genre. She graduated from the Institute of Children's Literature in 2006. Scarred is her first adult novel.
Nani - Blessed Indeed
Member Since: 6/02/2009
Growing up in South Georgia often leads to strengthening imagination. These stories and poems blossom from times spent with God’s beauty. If you enjoy quiet times reading to your child (or grandchild), you will certainly take pleasure in this small collection.
Member Since: 4/06/2011
Elizabeth Michaud John lives in Atlanta, GA. She writes both poetry and fiction and dabbles frequently with different characters, genres, tones, and ideals, but her favorite writings typically have a dark slant to them. This is her first book of dark stories.
Member Since: 2/10/2011
What lengths would take if you thought you had found your soul mate? More questions like this are brought into the light in "A Cabaret of Memoirs." Supernatural occurrences, love, relationships, and family ties are among the many varied concepts displayed.
Member Since: 4/12/2007
I am a retired widow living in Concrete, Washington and surrounded by mountains where I live. I did my very first mountain climb up steep switchbacks on Sauk Mountain in September, 2006. Many of my writings reflect my love for the natural beauty that surrounds me.
Member Since: 8/22/2005
Cheree Smith lives in a country town in Australia as a high school English teacher where she writes paranormal, horror and dark stories for young adults. Shadow Embraced is now available from Amazon.
Member Since: 5/11/2002
Victoria McCullough is my alias. I have a Scottish background in my ancestry. I have written "Irish Oatmeal", a book of poetry first. My second and third works--who-dunnit detective novels--are for young adults and link and mix mystery with faith.
Member Since: 6/21/2004
Anastasia Rabiyah writes erotic romance, paranormal erotic romance, and fantasy. She often crosses genres in order to follow her muses into the darkness where they seek out destiny in all its forms.
Visit her on the web: http://RabiyahBooks.com
J. Marie Ravenshaw
Member Since: 2/15/2011
J. Marie Ravenshaw is a mother of two hailing from the upper mid-west of the US. She enjoys spending time with her family and trolling the internet for riding crops. Sometimes, she writes.These anthologies are available in ebook and print at: Amazon, Smashwords, CreateSpace.
Member Since: 7/16/2007
This book is an eclectic mix of poetry which includes sonnets, cinquains, and free verse as well as the more traditional poetry. Many of the poems are drawn from experience, some mine and some other people's. The remainder are the product of an over active imagination
Mark C. Bradley
Member Since: 2/19/2002
Mark C. Bradley is a poet living in Baltimore, Maryland. He recently published his second book of poetry, "Writing Poems in the Rain." His first book, "A Parody of Myself," was published in 2003.