A.R. Miller’s contemporary fantasy series, Fey Creations, has been compared to potato chips. ‘Absolutely no nutritional value, but fun to eat and highly addictive.’ A great complement considering potato chips are in the top five of her favorite foods and she strives to do nothing but entertain with her writing. The series revolves around stylist, Keely Fey, the secrets of her heritage and suppressed magical Talents. A.R. lives in Central Iowa with an accommodating husband and their feline companion. When not testing the patience of readers with cliffhanger endings, you might find her wielding a makeup brush or curling iron as a freelance stylist. The next installment of the Fey Creations series is scheduled for later this year.
Cheryl’s written Spirit Adept and Stone Adept, the first two books in a romantic fantasy series. She’s working on the third book, Sun Adept, and has a scifi romance series and YA fantasy series waiting anxiously for her to get to them. She’s released two collections of short stories, including her take on some classic fairy tales.
She also writes historical romance under a super secret pen name and has 13 titles available… if you can find them.
C. Deanne Rowe
Reading Victoria Holt’s ‘The Shivering Sands’ was a life changing experience for Deanne. She decided she wanted to be a writer of Romance Novels. After marrying her high school sweetheart it became necessary to put her writing on hold while she raised her two children, but when she finally had some free time and extra money of her own she took a writing class meeting people who helped her believe she could actually be a writer. Writing is her second career that will carry her well into retirement.
I was born in California, but my parents cruelly moved me to Iowa as a baby. I graduated from Iowa State University, where I met my beautiful wife and my best friends, so all is forgiven. A practicing engineer involved in the design of water and wastewater treatment systems, I love to figure out how things work. I live in Des Moines, Iowa with my lovely wife and fantastic daughters.
I raised my family and took care of my parents their last 4-1/2 years. Then I went back into the the work force and had the time to take writing courses, write columns and books.
I joined Mystery Writers of America (MWA) and Sisters in Crime (SINC) when I became interested in writing a murder mystery. While writing Murder in Mystique: Who Killed the Cult Member? I thoroughly investigated cultish behavior, and incorporated those behaviors in this story. I also researched ghosts and I changed my ghost because of that research. I’m in the process of finding an agent.
Previously I belonged to Romance Writers of America (RWA) and columnists.com. I wrote a column for RWA, Chapter Spotlight, for a year. After taking care of my parents I wrote a column for caregivershome.com, Practical Caregiving, for 5-6 years. I also wrote a book about my experiences while taking care of my parents titled I Cared For You, Mom and Dad. I published it through Amazon.
I am writing fiction under the name Jean A. House. There are too many people named Jean Donahue and it causes problems with emails, websites, and other things.
Rachel Eliason is a transgender woman and writer born and raised in the Midwest. Her writing explores LGBT themes and characters who are different from those around them. She has three novels and a collection of short stories available on Amazon.
Rachel is a dynamic public speaker. She has spoken in a number of venues and on a wide range of issues. She has spoken to schools, colleges and at LGBT centers. She is available for both informal and formal speaking occasions. She can talk about her writing, transgender issues, LGBT issues, and some general tech issues.
Rachel Eliason writes fantasy and science fiction as RJ Eliason.