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Lynne Connolly writes for a number of online publishers. She writes paranormal romance, contemporary romance and historical romance. She is the winner of two Eppies (now retitled the EPIC ebook awards) and a goodly number of Recommended Reads etc., from review sites.
While these are very gratifying, that isn't why she writes. She wants to bring the stories in her head to life and share them with others. She lives in the UK with her family, cat and dollhouses. Creating worlds on paper or in miniature seems to be her specialty!

After a short career in elementary education, Deeanne Gist retired to raise her four children. She has written freelance journalism for national publications such as People, Parents, Parenting, Family Fun, Houston Chronicle and Orlando Sentinel, all from the comforts of home. Gist sold A Bride Most Begrudging to Bethany House Publishers. Since that debut, her very original, very fun romances have rocketed up the bestseller lists and captured readers everywhere. Add to this two consecutive Christy Awards, two RITA nominations, rave reviews, and a growing loyal fan base, and you’ve got one recipe for success. Gist lives in Texas with her husband of twenty-seven years and their two border collies. They have four grown children.

Gennita Low aka Jenn, as everyone calls her, likes to keep things simple. That's why she runs a roofing construction business, teaches, writes and does her own business taxes eight days a week. She considers herself a multi-cultural and well-rounded person. Jenn was a RWA contest slut, having finaled in and won a bunch of them including the Marlene, the Merritt, and Indiana's Golden Opportunity. She is also a three-time finalist in the RWA Golden Heart contest before she became published.

 

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