Jean-Paul Engler Jean-Paul Engler

Rev. Jean-Paul Engler has been ministering internationally for over 20 years. He is the founder and President of French Speaking Countries Outreach.

Jennifer Ellis Jennifer Ellis

Jennifer lives in the mountains of British Columbia where she can be found writing, hiking, skiing, borrowing dogs, and evading bears. She also works occasionally as an environmental researcher. Jennifer writes science fiction, romance and dystopian fiction for children and adults, including Apocalypse Weird: Reversal in Wonderment Media's Apocalypse Weird world and A Pair of Docks, which was a bestseller in children's time travel fiction. She has also contributed to several anthologies, most notably Synchronic: 13 Tales of Time Travel, which hit #16 in the Kindle Store.

Jim C Hines Jim C. Hines

Jim C. Hines' latest book is UNBOUND, the third in his modern-day fantasy series about a magic-wielding librarian, a dryad, a secret society founded by Johannes Gutenberg, a flaming spider, and an enchanted convertible. He's also the author of the PRINCESS series of fairy tale retellings, the humorous GOBLIN QUEST trilogy, and the Fable Legends tie-in BLOOD OF HEROES. His short fiction has appeared in more than 50 magazines and anthologies. Jim lives in Michigan with his wife and two children. He's currently hard at work on REVISIONARY, the fourth (and final?) book in the MAGIC EX LIBRIS series. Online, he can be found at

John Gregory Hancock John Gregory Hancock

John Gregory Hancock is a storyteller. A graphic professional for many years (which is one way to tell a story), his graphic journalism garnered international awards, and was nominated for a Pulitzer. He incorporates his visual sense in his ability to spin compelling yarns. Currently, he has seven books of his own, and has written for The Future Chronicles anthology series, whose titles have hit the overall Amazon Top 10 Bestsellers list. The Immortality Chronicles - a Top 5 SF Anthology and Hot New Release - featured his story 'The Antares Cigar Shoppe', which was also nominated for Best American Science Fiction.

Jonathan Maberry

JONATHAN MABERRY is a New York Times best-selling and five-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author, anthology editor, comic book writer, magazine feature writer, playwright, content creator and writing teacher/lecturer. He was named one of the Today's Top Ten Horror Writers. His books have been sold to more than two-dozen countries. 

Judy Lockhart DiGregorio

Judy Lockhart DiGregorio was recently named a Distinguished Alumna by New Mexico Highlands University. She is also a YWCA Woman of Distinction in the Arts and Culture category. Judy is a popular speaker and the author of "Life Among the Lilliputians," "Memories of a Loose Woman," and "Tidbits" humor books from Celtic Cat Publishing who also released her first CD with stories from her books -- "Jest Judy." Judy has twice spoken at the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville, TN, on Tennessee Shines Radio WDXV FM Knoxville and Live at Five TV. She is a humor columnist who has published in numerous anthologies and other publications including "The Army Times," "A Chicken Soup for the Soul Christmas," "Chicken Soup for the Beach Lovers' Soul," and "The Writer." Visit Judy's website at

K. J. Colt K. J. Colt

U.S.A Today Bestselling author Kylie J. Colt writes epic fantasy with a psychological twist. By threading common psychological pathologies such as depression into her story lines, she creates deeper, more realistic characters. Located on the sunny Gold Coast of Australia, she has been writing for three years. Her favourite writers are Kristin Cashore, Robin Hobb, Trudi Canavan and Maria V. Snyder.

Keidi Keating Keidi Keating

Keidi experienced a sudden spiritual awakening at the age of 30 after a series of transformational healing sessions. The mystical chain of events that followed sparked a yearning to learn about the Soul and continue her spiritual journey. As a result she grew increasingly intuitive and joyful.

Kevin G. Summers Kevin G. Summers

Kevin G. Summers was born in Washington, D.C. in 1974 and grew up in the Virginia suburbs. His interest in writing began at an early age. When he was a small child, his mother brought him along to her master-level writing classes at George Mason University, where Kevin sat in on lectures by John Irving, John Gardener and Susan Shreve. Kevin is the author of the critically-acclaimed short story ISOLATION WARD 4, as well as several other stories set in the Star Trek universe. His short story THE BELL CURSE was the very first tale published in The World of Kurt Vonnegut under the Kindle Worlds imprint. Kevin lives in an 100-year old farmhouse in Amissville, Virginia with his beautiful wife Rachel and their children Morwen, Ingrid and Roland.

Kim Wells Kim Wells

Kim wrote her first critically acclaimed (if you call her fourth grade teacher a critic, and she does) short story when she was 9 years old. It was about Christmas in a Cave, and it featured such topical, ground-breaking subjects as homelessness & cave dwelling. She's been writing ever since. The state of publication depends on who you ask. She has a Ph.D. in Literature, with specialties in American Lit, Women Writers, Feminism, Sci-Fi/Fantasy & Film Studies but please don't hold any of that against her. She sometimes teaches academic writing and how to read literature at a university in her hometown and tries to convince college students that it really is cool to like poetry.


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