Christer Hagglund

Christer Hagglund is an author, game developer, and animation producer. He was born in the snowy town of Ornskoldsvik, deep in the cold north of Sweden. He studied fine arts in Italy, Estonia, Finland, and Sweden, which combined with ice hockey and a love for cats, turned into all kinds of adventures. Christer has published critically acclaimed games ...

Andrea Hahnfeld

Andrea is an indie author based in Saarbruecken, Germany who cannot function without a good night's sleep and coffee, preferably black. If she's not wrestling words to the page, she blogs about her writing process trying to help other aspiring writers to bring their ideas to the shelves. Andrea studied German, English, and Creative Writing ...

Jill Hand

Jill Hand is a former newspaper reporter from New Jersey. She is a member of the Horror Writers Association. Her short stories have appeared in dozens of publications and in many anthologies. Her time-travel novella, The Blue Horse, won a Pinnacle Book Award for fantasy and science fiction. White Oaks is her first full-length thriller.

Kristin Hannah

I was born in September 1960 in Southern California and grew up at the beach, making sand castles and playing in the surf. When I was eight years old, my father drove us to Western Washington where we called home. After working in a trendy advertising agency, I decided to go to law school. "But you're going to be a writer" are the prophetic ...

Myra Hargrave McIlvain

Myra Hargrave McIlvain is a teller of Texas tales. Whether she is sharing the stories in her books, her lectures, or her blog, she aims to make the Texas story alive. She has free-lanced as a writer of Texas historical markers for the Texas Historical Commission, written articles for newspapers all over the country and for magazines such as Texas ...

Charles I. Hargrove

Charles Hargrove was born in Redlands, California, in 1928. He currently lives in Pasadena, California, with his wife, Andrea, and their toy French poodle, Sophie. Between then and now he has lived a full life. Professionally, Charles worked most of his career for Bank of America, from which he retired as a Vice President and Regional Trust Officer ...

Kenneth Harmon

Kenneth W. Harmon lives in Fort Collins, Colorado with his wife and daughters. The award winning author of four novels, he is a member of the Historical Novel Society, Japan-America Society of Colorado, and Historical Writers of America. You can find out more about Kenneth at

Steven Harper

The Partnership is a legal thriller set against a power struggle at the nation’s most lucrative law firm. Its author, Steven J. Harper, is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University’s School of Law and its Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences. He is a contributing writer to The American Lawyer (Am Law Daily) and the author of two non-fiction books: ...

James Harris

James Harris is an experienced engineer, stock market investor, and innovator with over fifteen years of experience in developing products with real value for people and businesses. He founded Smart Uncle, a brand with the goal of publishing books, media, and entertainment to educate, entertain, and inspire its audience. James is passionate about ...

S. M. Harris

S.M. Harris was born in 1947. Since he was the youngest in his high school graduating class, his parents sent him to Europe to pick up an extra year, where he attended Ecole Des Roches in Switzerland for one year and two years of college at American College of Switzerland. On returning to America, he graduated from Stanford and received his MA from ...

Elsa Harrow

A writer of fiction (and other things...) Believer the power of words!

Mark Hart

J Mark Hart practices law in Birmingham Alabama today and is recognized in Best Lawyers in America as well as being a powerful music trivia resource

Michael Hartnett

Whenever he gets a free moment, Michael Hartnett wanders around in New York City ? of late along its most toxic canal. He is the author of the precursor to this novel, The Blue Rat, plus the novels Universal Remote, The Great SAT Swindle, Generation Dementia, and Fools in the Magic Kingdom.

Steve Harvey

A longtime standup comic in addition to his work in television and radio, outspoken funnyman Steve Harvey has time and again proven his dedication to changing the public perception of African-American humor by means of his unique gift for humor. Though his universal truth-style and observant eye have gained Harvey a loyal following with his top-rated ...

Richard Haslam

Richard Haslam is a humble individual who was born with High Functioning Autism and is the author of the Now.Here series. His works had already received critical acclaim from Autism Initiative and Blog Preston.

Ethan Hawke

Ethan Green Hawke (born November 6, 1970) is an American actor, writer and film director. Hawke was born in Austin, Texas to James Steven Hawke and Leslie Carole Green, who were students in the University of Texas at the time of his birth, and separated three years later; Hawke's great-grandfather was the brother of Cornelius Williams, who was ...

Sandra Haynes

Dr. Sandra G. Haynes graduated with a Doctorate in Business from Walden University. Sandra served as a U.S. Government Contracting Officer, Government Contracting Supervisor, Active duty Military Manager, and Military Veteran. Having worked in Government Contracting for (30+) years, Haynes has seen and heard the consequences of unethical behaviors. ...

John Hazen

Inspired by Lynn, his wife of thirty-eight years, John Hazen pursued the dream of becoming an established author. The result is that Zyklon is his fifth novel. John and Lynn love to travel, and the experiences of those travels, along with a lifelong passion for learning and a love of history, find their way into his writing.

David Hearne

His father's military assignments introduced him to diverse cultures and views as he adapted to life in places like Blackstone, Virginia, Washington D.C., Leesville, LA., Wrightstown, N.J., Tirrenia, Italy and Charlestown, N.H.. A principal lesson he learned at an early age from his frequent moves from the north to the south was that social truths ...

Scott Heim

Scott Heim was born in Hutchinson, Kansas in 1966. He grew up in a small farming community there, and later attended the University of Kansas in Lawrence, earning a B.A. in English and Art History in 1989 and an M.A. in English Literature in 1991. He attended the M.F.A. program in Writing at Columbia University, where he wrote his first novel, Mysterious ...

Miguel Angel Hernandez Jr.

Miguel Angel Hernandez Jr. is a published author who specializes in murder and mystery novellas. However, he loves to keep things fresh and interesting by dabbling in suspense, humor, horror, action, and even sci-fi. His bestselling series, "Griffin Knight" centers around the adventures of renowned New York City detective Griffin Knight, ...

Amy Herrig

Amy Herrig is a mother, wife, business owner, and lifelong Texan. She currently resides in Dallas with her family, but she also enjoys spending time in remote Alaska, helping run the family business there. She loves spending time in the outdoors, hiking and fishing, and she is a self-professed "foodie" who enjoys cooking with her family ...

KM. Hewitt

A career in science and biotechnology informs K.M. Hewitt`s extraordinary debut novel, A Life Unbroken. A native of New Jersey, Hewitt lives in San Diego with her husband. Hewitt is currently at work on book two in the Alex McKay mystery series, One Time a Wolf.

K. M. Hewitt

A career in science and biotechnology informs K.M. Hewitt?s extraordinary debut novel, A Life Unbroken. A native of New Jersey, Hewitt lives in San Diego with her husband. Hewitt is currently at work on book two in the Alex McKay mystery series, One Time a Wolf.

Annie Higbee

Always encouraged by her mother to write, Annie Higbee's first job after graduating from Cornell University was writing for her hometown newspaper in Westchester County, New York. She worked on feature articles and stories about the environment. One of her articles won Best Feature Article Award in the New York State Press Association. She continued ...

Jeffrey Higgins

Jeffrey James Higgins is a former reporter and retired supervisory special agent who writes thriller novels, short stories, creative nonfiction, and essays. He has wrestled a suicide bomber, fought the Taliban in combat, and chased terrorists across five continents. He received the Attorney General's Award for Exceptional Heroism and DEA's ...

Sally Hoedel

SALLY A. HOEDEL, a lifelong Elvis fan and historian, has a journalism degree from Michigan State University and is co-owner of Character Development and Leadership, a curriculum business. She lives in Northern Michigan with her husband and their four daughters.

Bruce Holbert

Bruce Holbert grew up on the Columbia River in the shadow of the Grand Coulee and his great-grandfather was an Indian scout and among the first settlers of the Grand Coulee. He currently teaches high risk �school resistant� students at Mt Spokane High School in Mead, Washington. Holbert is the author of the novels Lonesome Animals and The Hour ...

Hoot N. Holler

Hoot N. Holler is the pen name for author Alex Bailey's children's books. Hoot N. Holler writes fantasy, mystery, and adventure stories.

Veronica Holloman

Veronica Holloman was born in New York in 1957. She is married with four children and received her education through the public school system.

Leta Hong Fincher

Leta Hong Fincher is a journalist who has written for New York Times, Guardian, Ms. Magazine, BBC and CNN, and is the author of Leftover Women: The Resurgence of Gender Inequality in China.

Khaled Hosseini

Khaled Hosseini was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1965. His father was a diplomat with the Afghan Foreign Ministry and his mother taught Farsi and History at a large high school in Kabul. In 1976, the Afghan Foreign Ministry relocated the Hosseini family to Paris. They were ready to return to Kabul in 1980, but by then Afghanistan had already witnessed ...

Emilie J. Howard

Emilie Howard lives amongst the wildlife and forests in Northern Rhode Island with her family. Here she taps away at her keyboard hoping to give her readers a chance at escape from the norm, an adventure into unknown realms, or a fright. Occasionally, she may force you to laugh aloud. After publishing her first few novels, one can hardly remove her ...

Anne Howard

Anne K. Howard is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, and University of Cincinnati, College of Law. A practicing attorney, she plows through large volumes of legal affidavits, police interviews, trial transcripts, and interviews with victims families and weaves that material into a page-turning story.

Raven Howell

Raven has written several award-winning picture books for children. She works as an editor, columnist, poet, and publishing advisor. Raven's poems are featured in magazines including Ladybug, Highlights for Children, Humpty Dumpty, Fun for Kidz, The School Magazine, and Spider.

Francis Hsu

I have lived, laughed, loved and died (a little) on five continents and three oceans.

Valerie Anne Hudson

After teaching for 25 years, Val is now retired and happy to spend her time writing. Ideas for stories are constantly running around in her head, which can be somewhat of an interference when she?s working at her other job: writing press releases for business owners. Based in Ontario, Canada, Val is a truly awful cook and a voracious reader. Find out more at

C.S. Humble

C.S. Humble is an American novelist, short story writer, and comic book author. He lives in East Texas with his wonderful family and their two huskies. He can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and at his blog

Ryder Hunte Clancy

Ryder Hunte Clancy has lived most of her life in the desert but her heart belongs to the sea; her happy place, where brine and mist abound and allusive waves caress expansive stretches of compacted sand. A tried and true stay-at-home mom, she is often found scribbling notes between diaper changes or connecting plot points while everyone else sleeps. ...

Laura Hunter

Laura Hunter was raised in Alabama hill country and now lives near Tuscaloosa. She has published sixteen award-winning fiction pieces and nine poems, in addition to the numerous articles published through different media outlets. She has written a collection of fictional short stories focused on Copeland's Crossing, Alabama, which appeared in ...

Lisa M. Hutchison

Lisa Hutchison was born in Berlin, Germany during WWII. When she was one year old her family was displaced during a bombing raid and thus began a very long journey for many years for all of them. Eventually, her parents decided to immigrate to Canada to give their children a better life. She was 12 years old when the family settled in Toronto. ...

Vivian Hwang

H. W. Vivian (1988-Present) was born Vivian Hwang in Flushing, New York, to a Taiwanese immigrant family, and grew up in her hometown. At a young age, she showed great interest toward the arts, studying piano, violin, and percussions, while drawing and painting on her own time. Her parents' divorce when she was eight years old took a big toll ...


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