Laurean Brooks writes inspirational romance with heart, wit, and humor. Chivalrous heroes stand by to rescue their heroines from a plethora of scrapes they manage to get themselves into. Her sassy heroines are familiar with the taste of their own shoe leather, since foot-in-mouth episodes prevail throughout her stories.
Ms. Brooks developed a love for writing after she’d read a book report to her fifth-grade class and the teacher announced to the students, “One day Laurean will become an author.”
Ms. Brooks’ imagination got her into trouble that same year when she wrote an assignment on Columbus’s adventures. Or should I say Columbus’ “mis”adventures?
Miss Mary didn’t crack a smile when the wild natives stuffed Columbus inside a cannon then shot him back across the ocean. The class found the story hysterically funny, but Miss Mary never cracked a smile. In fact, the teacher politely asked Laurean to rewrite the essay, to make it more “realistic.”
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Susan Page Davis
Susan Page Davis is the author of more than 60 novels, including the Ladies’ Shooting Club series, Texas Trails series, Prairie Dreams series, and the Frasier Island Series. She is a winner of the Carol Award, the Will Rogers Medallion Award, and the Inspirational Readers’ Choice Award, as well as being a finalist in the Willa Literary Awards and More Than Magic Contest. Her novels have been selections of the Literary Guild, Crossings Book Club, and Faithpoint Book Club. She is known for her historical romances and cozy mysteries. A native of Maine, she moved to western Kentucky in 2010. Her husband, Jim, is a retired news editor. They are the parents of six and grandparents of ten. Visit her website at: www.susanpagedavis.com.
Pam Harris lives in her hometown in Tennessee but she spent her childhood in Arizona and makes regular visits to family members who live there. She has worked for two newspapers as a news reporter and features writer as well as having written for Christian Woman magazine. She taught foreign languages and journalism to high school students for many years before taking on the role of middle school principal. After serving seven years in that role, she returned to the classroom. She is a member of the Association of Christian Fiction Writers and a writing group comprised of women writers from western Kentucky and Tennessee.
A graduate of the University of Tennessee with a degree in liberal arts and a master’s degree in education, she lives in a small college town where she enjoys vegetable gardening, fitness walking, reading, and spending time with family and friends. She has traveled throughout much of the United States and to parts of Mexico and Canada, and she draws on those experiences for her writing.
Alma L. C. Jones, a beloved educator, poet/author who is retired (Martin Middle School, Martin, TN), lives in McKenzie, Tennessee. She had always said that she would write a book one day after retiring. To date, she has successfully published three volumes of poetry and one paranormal book. Alma loves to write because doing so is a catharsis for her, in that she can share her deepest thoughts about beings/events (both positive and negative) that have scribbled upon the slate of her soul.
The fact that one of her poetry volumes is a 2nd edition attests to the heartwarming sentiment of Alma L. Jones’ poetry. One reviewer has said, of her poetry, “Unless you have a heart of stone, this poet/author will become one of your all-time favorites.” Alma has further plans for publishing a children’s book, a short story anthology, her complete memoirs, a ladies’ inspiration book, a manual for preachers’ wives, and a Christian Fiction novella. With the publication of her suspense thriller, A Suspenseful Supernatural Event, and her latest book of motivational-inspirational verse, W.O.W. created w.o.w., Alma is well on her way to the fulfillment of those plans. Her motto of: “Doing What I Can While I Can” seems to keep Alma thoroughly engaged as she is seldom seen without her pen, tablet and/or IPAD. She says, of her writing, “When there is a poem or a story inside of me, I just have to get it out because there is no peace until I do.” Alma says that to breathe is to write.
In a nutshell, Alma is:
- A Retired Teacher of 30 years
- A Retired Housing Coordinator of ten years for the State of Tennessee
- An Author of four books
- Most Importantly, A Christian Woman
Visit her blog at Quipsbyalma.blogspot.com.
Sandra Robbins is an award winning multi-published author of thirty Christian fiction novels. Her book Angel of the Cove won the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence given by the Birmingham Southern Magic Chapter of Romance Writers of America for excellence in writing romance, and her books Shattered Identity and Fatal Disclosure were awarded HOLT Medallions by the Virginia Romance Writers of America to honor outstanding literary talent. In addition, her books Final Warning and The Columns of Cottonwood have been finalists in the ACFW Carol Awards, and her cozy mystery Pedigreed Bloodlines was a finalist for the Daphne du Maurier Award given by the Kiss of Death Chapter of Romance Writers of America. Her novella Christmas Comes to Bethlehem, Maine was a best-seller on The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) list. She lives in Tennessee with her husband in the small college town where she grew up. They have four children and five grandchildren.
It is her prayer that God will use her words to plant seeds of hope in the lives of her readers so that they can know the peace that comes from trusting Him.
Visit her website at: www.sandrarobbins.net
Renee Yancy is a history and archaeology buff who works as an RN when she isn’t writing historical novels. She traveled to Ireland, Scotland, and England to research the sites in her first ancient historical. She loves most periods of history but has a special love for the ancient civilizations of the Irish, the Egyptians and Roman Britain.