Donald R. Chambers PhD

Donald R Chambers is a recently-retired (June 2017) professor of finance with 36 years of teaching experience. Dr. Chambers has written several books regarding investments and personal finance that are distinguished by their clear writing and ability to make difficult concepts accessible to his audience. He is the lead author of the 600+ page Modern ...

David Rabin

DAVID RABIN was born in Chicago and raised in its Lakeview neighborhood. He later moved to Atlanta, where he worked as a trial lawyer for thirty-three years. Now retired, he writes fiction, runs a competitive shooting program, and competes in rifle sports, including the discipline of Highpower Rifle, in which he holds two High Master classifications. ...

J.R. Rain

J.R. Rain is the author of 100 novels and counting! He lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest, where he's hard at work on his next novel... and fighting off sparkly vampires. Aiden James is the bestselling author of Cades Cove, The Judas Chronicles, and Nick Caine Adventures (with J.R. Rain). The author has published over thirty books and ...

Patrick Ramos

Transitioning from a military veteran to a high school teacher, and then diving into the sales world, I've now decided to sit down and unleash my novels upon the world. With a trove of untold stories pent up over the years, it's high time to give them their rightful freedom. And hey, it's not just books; I've got an insatiable appetite ...

Blaise Ramsay

Multi-published author Blaise Ramsay is a creative entrepreneur, mother of two, wife and lover of all things coffee, book, bird and gardening. In 2017, she achieved her first National Novel Writing Month, winning with her debut novel Blessing of Luna, a paranormal romance set in the world of the Wolf-shifters. Its anticipated sequel titled Bane of ...

Blaine Readler

As a consulting engineer with over thirty years of experience, Blaine C. Readler has contributed development in such diverse fields as sonar, early flight simulation, telephones, lasers, internet and telecommunications switching backbone, video cameras, aircraft identification support, and drone control. He is the inventor of the FakeTVTM television ...

Robin Reardon

Robin Reardon is an inveterate observer of human nature, creating stories about all kinds of people, some of whom happen to be gay or transgender-people whose destinies are not determined solely by their sexual orientation or gender identity. She writes endings that are realistically hopeful rather than sugary and "happy ever after." Robin ...

Michael Reed

Michael Reed, a finalist for the 2017 McGrath House indie book award for fiction, is a Texas journalist, meaning he�s used to living in inexpensive apartments and driving paid-for used cars. He does not have a wife or children, which is probably best for all concerned, and has never owned a washer or drier, something he takes great pride in. "Songs ...

M.A.T. Reeson

M.A.T. Reeson is an independent writer who lives in Edmonton, Canada. He is currently working towards a degree in clinical psychology and spends much of his free time writing. Seekers of the Unknown is his debut novel. 

Thomas Reis

Tom has taught for 23 years at the college level with over 5000 students. He also was a licensed marriage and family therapist for 12 years. He has graduate degres in social work and marriage and family therapy. He won Teacher of the Year at his current college in 2008. In 2012 he won the state of Minnesota Human Rights Award from Education Minnesota.

Jack Remick

Jack Remick is a novelist, poet, essayist. His work includes the novels - Blood; Gabriela and The Widow; Citadel; Doubles in a Game of Chance. The poetry - Satori, Poems. The essays - What Do I Know. Gabriela and The Widow was a finalist for the Montaigne Medal. No Century for Apologies received Honorable Mention for the Hoffer Grand Prize--Fiction.

Philip Rettew

The author is a 1967 graduate of Yale College, where he majored in psychology and philosophy and holds a master's degree in psychology from Temple University. He is a retired financial market technician with a CMT certification, after a 25-year career in the financial services industry. His real-time personal experience in southern Manhattan ...

Frederick Reynolds

Frederick Douglass Reynolds is a retired Black LA County Sheriff's homicide sergeant. He was born in Rocky Mount, Virginia, and grew up Detroit, Michigan where he became a petty criminal and was involved in gangs. He joined the US Marine Corps in 1979 to escape the life of crime that he seemed destined for. After a brief stint in Okinawa, Japan, ...

Sam Rice

Sam Rice couldn't wait to grow up and contribute to her community. Interestingly, her community grew immensely, whereupon she lived in over 25 houses within 30 years of her adult life spanning over two countries. This wonderful fairy tale experience led Sam Rice to appreciate life like a child, where she found wonder all around that filled her ...

Anne Rice

One of America's most read and celebrated authors, Anne Rice is known for weaving the visible and supernatural worlds together in epic stories that both entertain and challenge readers. Her books are rich tapestries of history, belief, philosophy, religion, and compelling characters that examine and extend our physical world beyond the limits we ...

Anita Richmond Bunkley

During Anita Bunkley's twenty-nine year literary career, she has produced novels that introduce readers to unique periods of history from the Afro-centric point of view. Reviewers and fans refer to her novels as sweeping sagas that are extremely entertaining & embraced for their historical accuracy, strong romantic themes, and vivid characterizations ...

Everett Riggs

I was born in El Paso, Texas. My birth father was from Juarez, Mexico, and my birth mother was from West Texas. I was given away at birth, adopted, and raised in the great state of Montana. I attended college at Montana State University and the University of Iowa, graduating with degrees in mathematics and law. I also served with the U.S. Army in ...

Amy Rivers

Amy Rivers is the author of three novels, as well as numerous short stories and personal essays. She is also the Director of Northern Colorado Writers. Rivers was raised in New Mexico and now lives in Colorado with her husband and children. She holds degrees in psychology and political science, two topics she loves to write about.

Richard Rizzo

Richard Rizzo (PhD University of California San Francisco) is Professor Emeritus at Sonoma State University

Nora Roberts

Nora Roberts was born in Silver Spring, Maryland, the youngest of five children. After a school career that included some time in Catholic school and the discipline of nuns, she married young and settled in Keedysville, Maryland. She worked briefly as a legal secretary. "I could type fast but couldn’t spell, I was the worst legal secretary ever," ...

Caleb Rocke

Born in Michigan, raised in Wisconsin, Caleb Rocke has been storytelling and writing fiction since he was a child. His work has been featured across numerous mediums - print, film, online, and live performance. In 2011, he debuted as an author with the historical-fiction novel, A Twilight in the Morning. When he's not writing, Caleb can be found ...

Julie Rogers

Julie Rogers is the author of seven books, including Seven Shorts; Letters: Sidereal Insight for a 21st Century Mystic; Hootie; and Simeon: A Greater Reality. Her muse for Falling Stars began in childhood, followed by the harsh realities of terminal illness and the discovery of a magical place called Eureka Springs. Julie's ...

Krishna Rose

After promoting famous musicians including Whitney Houston, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne (and others), Krishna Rose left her busy life in London to discover her true calling--to unravel the truth of the mysteries surrounding history's most legendary and influential personalities. In her quest, she became aware of a highly protected, confidential ...

J.K. Rowling

Author. Born Joanne Kathleen Rowling, on July 31, 1965, in Chipping Sodbury, near Bristol, England. A single mother living in Edinburgh, Scotland, Rowling became an international literary sensation in 1999, when the first three installments of her Harry Potter children's book series took over the top three slots of The New York Times best-seller ...

Charles V. Breakfield & Roxanne E. Burkey

Breakfield writes with his co-author Rox Burkey. Together they write The Enigma Series and multiple short stories in various genres. Charles is a technologist who specializes in network connectivity, security and leading edge technology integrations. Charles' love of wine tastings, cooking, and Harley riding has found ways into the stories. As ...

David Ruggerio

David Ruggerio is a celebrity chef. He honed his skills in France at such legendary restaurants as Le Chanteclair, Moulin de Mougins, and Les Pres d'Eugenie. He was honored by Robert Mondavi in 1995 as a one of the best chefs in America. David hosted two television series, PBS's "Little Italy with David Ruggerio," and Food Network's ...


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