J E Pendleton

I am J. E. Pendleton, Jim to my friends. I write World War II era fiction within an historically accurate framework. My imagination creates the story and history dictates my timeline. I was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. I have had an interest in automobiles and history for most of my life. I spent several years as an SCCA road racer and a ...

Robert E. Kearns

Robert E. Kearns was born in Dublin in 1971. An Irish native, he upped sticks and moved to Houston in 1995 where he stayed for nine years. Robert believes that the experience of living abroad has made a huge contribution to his writing. It matured him as a person and provided him with a unique perspective on life in different parts of the world and ...

James E. Russell III

After serving eight years in the USAF and afterward owning his own business, James E. Russell III then started from the trenches in automobile dealership car sales. After thirty years in the industry, including many years as a general manger of successful dealerships, Jim has now built a prestigious reputation as a successful recruiter,trainer, team ...

Mary Ellen Bramwell

Mary Ellen Bramwell, an award-winning writer and author of The Apple of My Eye and When I Was Seven, has been writing short stories since she was ten. She is the mother of five and currently lives with her youngest son and her husband of over 35 years in the Mountain West. She enjoys reading and playing games but is passionate about her family and alleviating the suffering of others.

Janet Ettele

A graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, Janet Kathleen Ettele studied music composition. Ettele feels that playing music is like painting pictures with sound, and that the same is true about writing, only with words. She has found that many elements of music composition – theme, phrasing, rhythm, and dynamics – are common elements in writing, ...

Janet Evanovich

When I was a kid I spent a lot of time in LaLa Land. La la Land is like an out-of-body experience --while your mouth is eating lunch your mind is conversing with Captain Kirk. Sometimes I'd pretend to sing opera. My mother would send me to the grocery store down the street, and off I'd go, caterwauling at the top of my lungs. Before the opera ...

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