• Author Recognition

    Author Recognition

    Gloria Antypowich writes Contemporary Adult Fiction. In 2015 she published the Belanger Creek Ranch Series, a group of four books that can be read as standalone, but will enrich the readers experience if they are read in sequence. The series focuses on a group of people who have become as close as family because of […]

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  • Author Recognition II

    Author Recognition II

    Award-winning multi-genre author Susan Whitfield is a native of North Carolina, where she sets all of her novels. She is the author of The Logan Hunter Mystery series: Genesis Beach, Just North of Luck, Hell Swamp, Sin Creek, and Sticking Point. She also authored Killer Recipes, a unique cookbook that includes recipes from mystery writers […]

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  • Author Recognition lll

    Author Recognition lll

    Author D. M. McGowan writea historical fiction about the settling and opening of Canada’s West. “The Great Liquor War” – 1998 – Daison Publishing / “Partners” – 2008 – Strategic Book Publishing / “Homesteader: Finding Sharon” – 2009 – Strategic Book Publishing. Dave was born in Collingwood, Ont. and have lived in Owen Sound, Caledon, […]

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  • Author Recognition IV

    Author Recognition IV

    Mary Deal is an award-winning author of six suspense/thrillers, a short story collection, three writers’ references and a self-help; hypnosis. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee, former Associate and Contributing Editor of a magazine and newspaper columnist. Mary is also an artist and photographer. A native of California’s Sacramento River Delta, she now writes from […]

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  • Author Recognition V

    Author Recognition V

    Burl Benson Hall and Merry Stetson Hall are the authors of Sophia’s Web: A Passionate Call to Heal Our Wounded Nature. Burl Hall is an author, philosopher (lover-of-Sophia), mystic, retired counselor, and online radio co-host of Envision This which connects listeners to visionaries of a more resilient, equitable, and Earth-friendly future. He writes with the […]

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  • Author Recognition Vl

    Author Recognition Vl

    Augustus M. Cileone won the Dark Oak Mystery Contest sponsored by Oak Tree Press, for the novel, A Lesson in Murder, about homicides associated with a Philadelphia Quaker school. His second novel, Feast or Famine, a satire, deals with a traumatized man dealing with his Catholic Italian American upbringing in the 1960′s and 1970′s. His […]

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