Charles M

Iris couldn't anticipate the day that a pleasant stroll in the park would change her life forever. Lightning struck, unleashing its brief, yet powerful force upon her...but a more mysterious force lingered. Visions soon began to plague Iris: vivid scenes projected in her mind's eye?that is, until the visions become her reality. But when ...

L M Hedrick

Lynette grew up listening to her mother Mattie's stories about her WW2 love for US Navy Diver Charlie. She used Mattie's 30 letters from Charlie, and together with her insightful editor/advisor husband, Bud, they completed extensive research to give reality to The Rigel Affair. Lynette has published multiple short stories for NZ magazines. ...

Donna M Zadunajsky

Donna M. Zadunajsky published her first novel, Broken Promises, in June 2012. She since has written several more novels and her first novella, HELP ME! Book 1 in the series, which is about teen suicide and bullying.

Robert M. Fleisher

Dr. Fleisher has a BA in psychology and a D.M.D. from Temple University. He then earned a specialty certification in Endodontics at the University of Pennsylvania. After building the largest endodontic practice in his tri-state area, he left practice to devote time to his passion for writing. He has publish a number of self-help books. He now has ...

Connor Mackay

Connor Mackay is a former wildland firefighter and carpenter. An actor, poet, and playwright; his plays, Sunday Gunday and Heaven Adjacent, were produced in LA in 2018. Contact is Connor's debut novel and the first in the Albatross series. He currently lives in Vancouver, BC.

Gregory Maguire

Gregory Maguire received his Ph.D. in English and American Literature from Tufts University. His work as a consultant in creative writing for children has taken him to speaking engagements across the United States and abroad. He is a founder and codirector of Children's Literature New England, Incorporated, a non-profit educational charity established ...

David V Mammina

David V. Mammina lives in Long Island, NY and teaches history to students with learning disabilities. He is the author of nine fiction novels, the recipient of the Presidential Service Award for his volunteer work in the community, the recipient of fifteen literary awards, one including Top Author of Fiction in 2022 by Outstanding Creator Awards. ...

William Mark

Born on a sheep farm in Kansas, William Mark has written novels, TV movies, motion pictures and has opened on stage in Europe and on Broadway. He lives in a small town north of Los Angeles with his family. In The Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary American Writing: Gina Macdonald writes that "William Mark's novels, writing as John Rester ...

Guillermo Marquez-Sterling

Guillermo Marquez-Sterling is a Cuban-American pastor, educator, and activist for sustainable change. Troubled by the blight and vast economic inequality throughout Latin America, he has written his first historical fiction to humanize generations of Central American immigrants. He is the author of Crossing Into the Land of Saints and Rise of the ...

George R.R. Martin

George R.R. Martin was born September 20, 1948 in Bayonne, New Jersey. His father was Raymond Collins Martin, a longshoreman, and his mother was Margaret Brady Martin. He has two sisters, Darleen Martin Lapinski and Janet Martin Patten. Martin attended Mary Jane Donohoe School and Marist High School. He began writing very young, selling monster ...

Jimmy Martin

I was born in the 50's and therefore was a child of the 70's. Born and raised in Houston, I have lived in or around the Houston area all of my life. Like my main character Sam Cloudstone, I am a graduate Mechanical Engineer from Texas A&M University. Having attended there in the late 70's, I experienced an early adulthood much different ...

Bill Mathis

Bill Mathis grew up as a preacher's kid in a small Michigan village. He began writing after he retired from careers directing YMCA camps and working with foster children. His first novel, Face Your Fears, dealt with disability, LGBTQ & family. His companion novel to The Rooming House Diaries (The Rooming House Gallery) is completed and will ...

Martin Matthews

Martin Matthews is an expat from England, Great Britain. After living in California for many years, he now lives in Central Illinois with his beautiful wife, amazing son, and a grumpy, old cat named Winston. Martin began his writing career as a child, storyboarding Sonic the Hedgehog comic books for his family. Later, he progressed to writing Star ...

Anne Maxwell

Anne Maxwell, LCSW, RPT-S has worked for over twenty years with kids and families as a play therapist and family therapist. Over the years, her practice has evolved into what she calls Family Centered Play Therapy

Dan Mayer

Dan Mayer lives in Delhi, Ontario, Canada. He likes to talk, write and talk about his writing. He is an outdoorsman, who fishes, hunts, travels, scuba dives, and rides a motorcycle. He has four grown children, two beagles and a red-fox lab. Working as a millwright funds his many adventures, that fuel his imagination.

Gerald McCallum

BIOGRAPHY Gerald "Mack" McCallum is an entrepreneur with the spirit of a true adventurer. He started out as a 15-year-old runaway who ended up on a Mexican beach where he and all the other Americans there were arrested. After 11 days in a Mexican prison, his aunt bought his freedom for $1000. Mack soon joined the Navy where he flew off an aircraft carrier ...

A.J. McCarthy

A.J. McCarthy is the author of two published novels, Betrayal, and Sins of the Fathers, along with numerous works in progress. She was born in Quebec, Canada and remained there to build a career in finance and accounting, and to raise her two daughters along with her husband. Now, she enjoys the new and diverse challenges and learning experiences involved with writing.

Melissa McCarty

Melissa McCarty is an award winning journalist who's been reporting on the front lines of major tragedy's, severe weather, fires to highlighting daily hero's for more than 13 years now. She's lived in or traveled thru almost every state across the country. Melissa has now transitioned out of local news and into a global forum hosting ...

David L. McDaniel

My debut novel is the first book in a series of of a swordsman who is caught in the middle of an ancient elven prophecy, and how he struggles to deny his role in the prophecy.
I have been working on this tale for most of my life. Now that it has come to publication, I cannot wait to get this book into readers hands so they can begin this journey ...

Nancy McDonald

Nancy McDonald began her career as a journalist working on Canadian television programmes, which include W5, Canada AM and Marketplace before going on to become a sought-after freelance writer, penning everything from documentaries to live-action scripts to comic books. Nancy lives in Stratford, Ontario where she revels in Shakespeare, takes theatregoers ...

Kaylin McFarren

Since launching her writing career, Kaylin McFarren has earned more than a dozen literary awards in addition to a finalist spot in the 2008 RWA Golden Heart Contest. A member of RWA, Rose City Romance Writers, and Willamette Writers, she also lends her participation and support to various charitable organizations, as well her own foundation benefiting ...

Dustin McKissen

Dustin McKissen is an award-winning writer for a variety of publications. In addition to his non-fiction writing, Dustin is the author of the novel The Civil War at Home and the award-winning short stories Wife Number Six and My Name is Theodore Robert Bundy, and I am a Nixon Man. He lives in St. Charles, Missouri with his wife Megan and their three ...

Peter Mehlman

Peter Mehlman is a Primetime Emmy Award nominee and former Seinfeld writer/producer, responsible for famous Seinfeld-isms such as ?sponge worthy?, ?double-dipping? and ?Yada Yada?. Alongside his impressive TV career, he has written for top literary publications, including The Los Angeles Times. New York Times Magazine, NPR, GQ, Esquire, and a multitude of top tier publications.

Kimberly Meredith

Bestselling author KIMBERLY MEREDITH''S new book, AWAKENING TO THE FIFTH DIMENSION: DISCOVERING THE SOUL'S PATH TO HEALING (St. Martin's Press Essentials (US), Penguin Random House (audiobook), Hay House (UK)) is now a bestselling book on Amazon and available online and nationwide at Barnes & Noble, Target, Walmart, Books-A-Million, ...

Wendy Merrill

Wendy was the tall scrawny late bloomer on the sidelines of the seventh grade dance who turned into the sweet-sixteen-never- been-kissed good girl yearning to be bad. Ph.D.s were the norm in her family, yet she aspired to be comfortable on any barstool in the world. In college, she took a class called “Dating and Marriage” — and got an F. Wendy has ...

Stephenie Meyer

I was born in Connecticut in 1973, during a brief blip in my family's otherwise western U.S. existence. We were settled in Phoenix by the time I was four, so, considering that I have twenty-seven Arizona summers under my belt, I think of myself as a native. The unusual spelling of my name was a gift from my father, Stephen ( + ie = me ). Though ...

R. A. Michaels

Love scary movies. Love scary stories. Grew up in an environment where electricity was scarce, and our pastime was storytelling. Authors who left their imprints on me early on, are Shirley Jackson, Stephen King, and Paul Matheson. My favorite poets are Paul Verlaine and Edgar Allan Poe. Our imagination is all we need to keep us entertained! My life ...

Rosemary and Larry Mild

Rosemary and Larry have published award-winning novels, short stories, and essays. The Milds coauthored the popular Paco and Molly Mystery Series and Cry Ohana, a thriller set in Hawaii. Members of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime, the Milds lived in Maryland for years, but now call Honolulu home.

Rosemary and Larry Mild

Rosemary and Larry coauthor the popular Paco & Molly Mysteries and the Dan & Rivka Sherman Mysteries and most recently, Unto the Third Generation, A Novella of the Future. They call Honolulu home, where they cherish time with their children and grandchildren. The Milds are members of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and Hawaii Fiction Writers.

Robert Mills

Robert Mills grew up in southeast Missouri and in 1993 married Roberta and by 1996 had two daughters. In 1999 he was a Computer Analyst for a large corporation. In 2001 Robert felt that he wanted a change and knew he wanted to fly helicopters. He entered Basic Training on September 11, 2001.

Ruth Mitchell

Ruth Mitchell has led an exciting and adventurous life through her careers as a novelist, freelance writer, travel writer, publisher, editor, columnist, entrepreneur, and jewelry designer. Her non-fiction articles have appeared in Art & Antiques, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, American History, Fodor's USA Travel Guide and Fodor's Great ...

Anna Mocikat

Anna Mocikat was born in Warsaw, Poland, but spent most of her life in Germany where she attended film school, worked as a screenwriter and a game writer for several years. Her "MUC" novels have been nominated for the most prestigious awards for Fantasy and Science-Fiction in Germany. In 2016, Anna Mocikat moved to the U.S. where she continued ...

Sam Moffie

A lifelong baseball fan, Youngstown, Ohio resident Sam Moffie graduated from Wittenberg University. He manages two sports bars, serving on the front lines of Americas most heated debate topics: sex, sports and politics. Sam has three children, one son-in-law, one grand daughter, two dogs, two cats and one1 strike-out at marriage.

Z Mondle

Z. Mondle worked as a Healthcare product development specialist with experience in consulting diverse Diagnostic Biotech and Pharma companies. Z. Mondle earned his doctorate degree in Biochemistry and Immunology, a specialist in clinical molecular diagnostics, and teaches Healthcare technologies as a guest speaker in universities. Z. Mondle has an ...

Victor Montori

Victor Montori (Lima, 1970) is a physician and researcher. He works at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota (U.S.) participating in the care of people with diabetes. He graduated from medical school in his hometown of Lima, Perú, and completed postgraduate training at Mayo Clinic in the U.S. and at McMaster University in Canada. Considered “a patient’s ...

Christopher Moore

Christopher Moore is the author of eleven novels, including the international bestsellers, Lamb, A Dirty Job and You Suck. His latest novel is Fool, a retelling of King Lear from the perspective of Pocket, the Fool. Chris was born in Toledo, Ohio and grew up in Mansfield, Ohio. His father was a highway patrolman and his mother sold major appliances ...

Mack Moore

Mack "Cordell" Moore believes in Jesus Christ. His passion for Christ is evident in anything he writes. Whatever he writes, it's written from a biblical perspective. He has been researching conspiracies since 2007. The Truth Behind COVID-19 Preview is the second book in the Luuminati Secrets Revealed series.

Chuck Morgan

Chuck Morgan attended Seton Hall University and Regis College and spent thirty-five years as a construction project manager. He is an avid outdoorsman, an Eagle Scout and a licensed private pilot. He enjoys camping, hiking, mountain biking and fly-fishing. He is the author of the Crime series, featuring Colorado Bureau of Investigation agent Buck ...

G. R. Morris

Philosopher, New Media Geek, Gamer. Voracious seeker of truth wherever it comes. Enthusiast of Fantasy and Sci-Fi especially ones dealing with a deeper meaning.

John Morrison

J.S. Morrison has lived in the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East, and visited Asia, Africa, South America, and Antarctica. He authored feature articles in magazines, contributed to an anthology, and optioned two original screenplays before deciding to write a near-future novel about genetic engineering. The author meant it to be a dire warning to ...

Greg Mortenson

Greg Mortenson is the co-founder of nonprofit Central Asia Institute, Pennies For Peace, and co-author of New York Times bestseller ‘Three Cups of Tea’ which has been a # 1 New York Times bestseller for 82 weeks since its January 2007 release, and was Time Magazine Asia Book of The Year. On ...

Kate Morton

Kate Morton is the eldest of three sisters. She was born in South Australia and moved with her family numerous times before settling, finally, on Tamborine Mountain. There she attended a tiny country school and spent much of her childhood inventing and playing games of make-believe with her sisters. Kate fell avidly in love with books very early. ...

Martin Morton

Martin Morton retired early from running global companies and bought a boat. He lives mostly in the Adriatic, sailing and writing.

Gudrun Mouw

Gudrun Mouw was born in East Prussia. She came to California in the 60s and studied at San Jose State University. There she received her Master's Degree in English Literature. She has worked as a community college English teacher, a university librarian, a columnist and a California poet-in-the-schools. Mouw has lived in the Santa Barbara area ...

Mark Murphy

Mark Murphy has been a doctor since 1988. He has been a writer his entire life. After spending his early childhood roaming the marshes and maritime forests of coastal Georgia --where he collected seashells and arrowheads and fancied himself a swashbuckler of the highest order?and reading anything he could get his hands on, Mark entered the creative ...

Isabella Murphy

Isabella Murphy lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her family and two dogs. In addition to writing, Isabella loves sports, music, singing and dancing. She looks forward to writing more books that bring joy to her readers.

Lorna Myers

Lorna Myers, Ph.D. completed her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the City University of New York in 1999 and went on to complete her post-doctoral training in Clinical Neuropsychology. She is the Director of the Psychogenic Non-epileptic Seizure Program and of Clinical Neuropsychology Program at the Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group in New ...

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