Katy Berritt retired from a long career in the financial industry, a field not known for its sense of humor, which probably explains why she likes to write romantic comedy about not-so-perfect heroes, quirky heroines and bizarre relatives.
The Candy Capers was published May 1, 2023. Since then, she’s self-published a Western Romantic Comedy A Wild and Wooly Texan, Lucky’s Ladies, a contemporary, Love & Laughter an anthology and a suspense novel Fill or Kill. She has a historical romantic comedy set during the Great Depression due out on February 5. If you try hard enough, you can make anything funny. She’s working on a six-book series Reality Really Bites. Book 1, The Matchelor, is about a baseball player/model, who goes on a reality show to recover his career. She has been a member of RWA/NYC for over five years and am looking forward to the next five. Or so.
Maria Cox is an award-winning romance writer.
Maria has been writing short stories since childhood. Maria read her first romance novel when she was just eleven years old and has loved the genre ever since. The heroines in her stories are often smart, strong, sassy characters, and Maria enjoys writing about the softer side of successful independent women.
While living in the American Southwest Maria served two terms as President of the Phoenix Writers Club. Today, she’s actively involved with the Romance Writers of America, New York City chapter a.k.a. RWA/NYC. When not writing fiction, Maria works for an international bank in New York City. She lives in Queens, New York.
Ursula Renée writes historical fiction set in the early to mid-twentieth century, when people began challenging society's conventions and expressing their individuality. This year, she is celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the publication of her first novel, Sweet Jazz, which has been called “a sweet romantic story that like jazz has propulsive rhythms played out in harmonic freedom." Ursula is a member of Romance Writers of America. She has twice served as the president of Romance Writers of America/New York City, Inc. and she is currently a Direct-at-large on the national level. Besides writing, Ursula enjoys photography. She loves to travel and hopes to visit every state in the union.
After each adventure she returns to New York where she lives with her son, two cats, and an indoor garden her family calls a forest.
Michal Scott is the steamy historical romance pen name of Anna Taylor Sweringen, a retired United Church of Christ and Presbyterian Church USA minister. Inspired by the love mystics of Begijn, Audre Lourde and bell hooks, Anna seeks to write romance that can be simultaneously spiritual and steamy. She loves writing historical romance to give insight into black love and resilience in the African American experience in the US. Besides steamy historical romance, she writes inspirational and sweet romance as Anna Taylor and second chance ghost mystery romances as Anna M. Taylor.
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