Kristen L. Jackson

Kristen L. Jackson been a teacher for over twenty years and lives in Reading, Pennsylvania with her husband, two grown sons, and three large-breed dogs. Books inspire her. From children's picture books to adult literature in all genres, she has loved reading all her life. Becoming a published author has been her dream come true, and she loves ...

Cody Lakin

Cody Lakin is a freelance journalist and movie reviewer in his hometown in Northern California. He was raised in Mount Shasta, California, and now lives between there and Ashland, Oregon, ever seeking inspiration and frequenting book and movie stores.

Ellie Laks

Ellie Laks has always loved animals and from the time she could walk she headed into the woods daily to be with them, sometimes bringing them home—much to her parents’ chagrin. In 1999, Ellie founded The Gentle Barn, an animal sanctuary that rescues and rehabilitates severely abused and neglected farm animals. Once the animals are healthy, they help ...

Wally Lamb

Wally Lamb’s first two novels, She’s Come Undone (Simon & Schuster/Pocket, 1992) and I Know This Much Is True (HarperCollins/ReganBooks, 1998), were # 1 New York Times bestsellers, New York Times Notable Books of the Year, and featured titles of Oprah’s Book Club. I Know This Much Is True was a Book of the Month Club main selection and the June 1999 ...

Carmela Lanzillotti

Born and raised in Ontario, my parents emphasized the importance of education. I grew up with a love for reading, creative writing and the performing arts spending most of my high school years on stage playing piano. My love for helping people came to the forefront and I received a Bachelor of Social Work in 2002 from Ryerson University and a Masters ...

Jonathan LaPoma

Jonathan LaPoma is a novelist, screenwriter, songwriter, and poet from Buffalo, NY. In the past ten years, he?s worked in over fifteen American public schools as either a substitute or full-time teacher. In 2005, he received a BA in history and a secondary education credential from the State University of New York at Geneseo. A few months after graduating, ...

Michael LaReaux

When he was a boy growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, Michael LaReaux vowed to write a novel. It took forty years to make that vow into a reality. Along the way he served in the Marine Corps, helped set up the first CDMA cell network in the Bay Area, earned a college degree, became a husband and a proud stepfather, and settled three thousand ...

Erik Larson

Erik Larson is the author of three New York Times bestsellers, including The Devil in the White City, which remained on the Times‘ hardcover and paperback lists for a combined total of over three years. It won an Edgar Award for nonfiction crime writing and was a finalist for a National Book Award; the option to make a movie of the book was acquired ...

W. Richard Lawrence

Who am I? I've always thought that was an interesting question. Not because I'm interesting, but how does someone sum up himself. Okay, I'll try. I came into this world in the late 50's and went though childhood in the hippie/Iron Curtain time-period. I'm the youngest of five kids. My father served twenty-seven years in the ...

Dan Lawton

Dan Lawton is anaward-winning literary suspense, mystery, and thriller author from New Hampshire. He is an active member of the International Thriller Writers (ITW) Organization. Awards include:
The Green House
Bronze Medalist in the Adult Fiction E-Book category for the 2020 Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPY Awards)
Finalist ...

Christopher Leibig

Christopher Leibig is a novelist and criminal defense lawyer who lives and works in Alexandria, Virginia. His 2016 novel, Almost Mortal, won many national awards, including the Next Generation Independent Book Award for "Best Religious Fiction of 2016." The Chanticleer International Book Award, "Grand Prize for Paranormal Fiction" ...

Meg Lelvis

Meg Lelvis grew up in northern Minnesota and taught English and psychology in Houston and Dallas. Her fiction and poetry have won awards from Houston Writers Guild and Houston Writers House. Her first novel, Bailey's Law, won the 2017 Maxy Award for best mystery. Meg's second Bailey novel, Blind Eye, was released in April 2018. It won Maxy ...

Seymour Lessans

Seymour Lessans was born on September 29, 1918 in Newark, New Jersey. He was the third of four brothers. All through his life he had a tremendous thirst for knowledge, and after many years of extensive study and analysis he made a fantastic discovery about the nature of man whose life, as a direct consequence of this scientific revelation, will be completely ...

Kateland Leveillee

Leveillee grew up on the move. Her parents, constant travelers, brought her up across six continents (Leveillee still vows to make it to Antarctica one day) and within the walls of no less than fourteen houses. Always an interested and precocious child, this exposure to so many cultures led the young Leveillee to crave more knowledge and understanding ...

David Levine

David E. Levine lives with his wife and four children in New Jersey, where he finds ample opportunity to make fun of donkeys.

David Levithan

I find it downright baffling to write about myself, which is why I’m considering it somewhat cruel and usual to have to write this brief bio and to update it now and then. The factual approach (born '72, Brown '94, first book '03) seems a bit dry, while the emotional landscape (happy childhood, happy adolescence - give or take a few poems ...

Joseph Lewis

Joseph Lewis has been in education for forty-one years and counting as a teacher, coach, counselor and now as an administrator. He uses his psychology and counseling background and his knowledge and fondness for kids in crafting his characters and dialogue. He has taken creative writing and screen writing courses at UCLA and USC. Lewis has published ...

Ron Lewis

For security reasons I can't reveal much in the way of personal information. I have always enjoyed reading even as a small child, and recently have become much more interested in the culture wars brewing not only here in America, but in Europe as well. I decided to write a book which is hopefully both entertaining and informative, where religion ...

R. G. Link

R. G. Link lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in a house overlooking the river. His favourite past-times are walking his crusty dog, Bukowski, along the Meewasin Trail and playing with his beloved niece and nephew on the weekends. This is his first novel.

David Lisenby

David Lisenby is just your typical family man from Small Town, USA. He grew up in God's Country, better known as Southeast Texas, in a little community called Brittonville. You can't find that on any map, but it lies between ...

Dean Lombardo

Born in Norwalk, CT in 1968 and now residing in northern Virginia, "Space Games" author Dean Lombardo has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and a natural curiosity about the universe and the many things in it. His first novel, "Vespa," was published in 2007. Lombardo also works as a writer and editor in information technology. Previously, he served ...

Victor Loun

Victor Loun is a former high school English teacher who currently lives with his wife and sheep on a farm in Mancos, CO. His first novel, The Trudging of Wow, was published in August 2017.

James Loveless

Born in Washington, DC on October 27, 1954 Jim Loveless grew up in suburban Maryland fostering many interests. Aside from excelling in the usual stick and ball sports while growing up, drawing and architecture were prime interests. At age 14, Jim started his own business drawing and selling renderings of the homes in his neighborhood. Along with ...

Julie Lucia

Julie Lucia is the author of two historical romance novels Southern Beauty and Happenstance, and Hanwell, a historical suspenseful romance featuring Jack the Ripper. When she is not busy at work writing a new novel, she volunteers as the stage manager for a local community theatre. She lives in Western New York with her husband and three children.

Alastair Luft

Alastair Luft writes out of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, where he lives with his wife and two daughters. Alastair's first book, The Battle Within, was published in 2017. His second novel, Jihadi Bride, comes out on 29 Aug 2019. A graduate of the Royal Military College of Canada, and a 20-year veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, Alastair is also ...

Alison Lyke

Alison Lyke is a fantasy and science fiction author and professor with a master's degree in creative writing. Her debut novel, a modern mythology titled Honey, was published in 2013. She lives in Rochester, New York with her partner Jon-Paul and two sons, Jonah and Isaac. When not reading or writing, Alison enjoys spending time in nature, practicing ...

William Lynes

William Lynes, MD is a 65-year-old (b 1953) retired Stanford trained physician, urologist, author, and speaker on physician burnout. His first novel is Pirates, Scoundrels and Kings, a fantasy/adventure work of fiction. Subsequent medical genre fiction works include Luger Rounds, 606 University, Sweet Amber, The Plumber and Huntsville. A Surgeon's ...


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