Alyssa Alexander is a USA Today Bestselling author who survives the cold Michigan winters by penning romance novels that always include a bit of adventure. Her books have been translated into multiple languages, received Top Picks from RT, Publisher Weekly Starred Reviews, and nominated for RT Best First Historical. When not working at her day job, writing, cleaning house, scaling Mount Laundry, or doing any of the other tasks a wife, mother and writer must do, she can usually be found with a book in her hand. And maybe a drink with a paper umbrella.
Elizabeth Chatsworth is a British author and actor based in Tamworth, New Hamsphire. She loves to write of rogues, rebels and renegades across time and space.
Elizabeth is the author of the THE BRASS QUEEN, an award-winning fantasy romance series set in an alternate Victorian age. She's an RWA Golden Heart finalist, a Pitch Wars alumna and a winner of the Writers of the Future science fiction and fantasy contest for her short story, "The Widow's Might."
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Cathy McDavid has been penning Westens and small town stories for Harlequin since 2005. With over 55 titles in print and 1.6 million-plus books sold, Cathy is also a member of the prestigious Romance Writers of America's Honor Roll. This "almost" Arizona native and mother of grown twins is married to her own real-olife sweetheart. After leaving the corporate world seven years ago, she now spends her days penning stories about good looking cowboys riding the range, busting broncs, and sweeping gals off their feet -- oops, no. Make that winning the hearts of feisty, independent women who give the cowboys a run for their money. It's a tough job, but she's willing to make the sacrifice.
MICHELLE REYNOSO Michelle Reynoso is an award-winning author of YA urban fantasy who utilizes her theatricaltraining to develop multi-dimensional characters and rich world-building. Her stories exploreteen issues through a contemporary fantasy lens; touching on identity, love, loss, culturalinfluences, and finding a purpose in the world. Writer’s Digest called her work “exciting and refreshing”. Her stories can be seen in overseven countries and have received praise from Kirkus Reviews, The Booklife Prize byPublishers Weekly, Reedsy Discovery, OnlineBookClub, and Readers Favorite. Michelle is a member of RWA, SCBWI, IBPA, and a reviewer at NetGalley and ReedsyDiscovery.
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