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Stars Shine After Dark is a sweet love story that has faith woven through the plot and used as a means of making decisions. Faith is the compass that guides them through their problems. Mona is an actress who grew up in Hollywood. She is trying to revamp her image from a child actor to […]
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Sometimes love is blind. Emmalee Bradford thinks she’s an expert at matchmaking, and she won’t rest until all her friends are as happy as she is. Especially Hannah, the girl she’s decided to make popular. Everyone loves Emmalee’s advice -everyone, that is, except her annoying neighbor Chase Anderson, who has taken it upon himself to […]
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Christy Dorrity lives in the mountains with her husband, five children, and a cocker spaniel. She grew up on a trout ranch in Star Valley, Wyoming, and is the author of The Geis series for young adults and The Book Blogger’s Cookbooks. Christy is a champion Irish dancer, and when she’s not reading or writing, she’s probably trying out a new recipe in the kitchen.
Paula majored in journalism and art at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She is the author of three trade books: St. Louis Is for Families, Bethany Press; Created in Faith, Concordia; and Bible Verses for Young Children, CBP Press. Her latest release is Day Camp in Hawaii, a program guide for any type of summer camp or recreational program, published by Create Space. Paula writes two newspaper columns for the Examiner; Children’s Arts and Crafts, http://www.examiner.com/childrens-arts-and-crafts-1-in-panama-city/paula-hrbacek and Book Reviews
D.M. Andrews lives in Hertfordshire, England, and enjoys a wide range of interests, including history, genealogy, mythology, modding, and political philosophy. His greatest love, however, is reading and writing novels. Fantasy, myth and history are the main components of his work, with a focus on meaningful originality. D.M. Andrews writes for children as young as 9, and adults as old as 99. His books are suitable for most ages and for families. He has been writing since his childhood, and hopes to keep writing until he is as old as the trees!
Amanda Washington first put her dreams to paper in 1999. She divides her writing time between two series: Perseverance and Chronicles of the Broken. When she's not writing, she's usually busy with her husband, Meltarrus, and their five boys or hanging out with the Living Hope Church youth group in Vancouver, Washington.