P.D. Workman writes riveting mystery/suspense and young adult books dealing with mental illness, addiction, abuse, and other real-life issues. For as long as she can remember, the blank page has held an incredible allure and from a very young age she was trying to write her own books.
Workman wrote her first complete novel at the age of twelve and continued to write as a hobby for many years. She started publishing in 2015. She has won several literary awards from Library Services for Youth in Custody for her young adult fiction. She currently has over 40 published titles and can be found at pdworkman.com.
Born and raised in Alberta, Canada, Workman has been married for over 25 years and has one son.
Two-time USA Today Bestselling Author and seven time Amazon All Star Author, Dianne Harman, draws her stories and characters from a diverse business and personal background. She owned a national antique and art appraisal business for many years, left that industry, and opened two yoga centers where she taught and certified yoga instructors. She's traveled extensively throughout the world and loves nothing more than cooking, playing backgammon with her husband, Tom, and throwing the ball for their dog, Kelly.
Being a dog lover and having attended numerous cooking schools, she couldn't resist writing about food and dogs. Dianne is the author of several cozy mystery series: Cedar Bay, Liz Lucas, High Desert, Midwest, Jack Trout, Northwest and her latest, Cottonwood Springs. Each of these books contains recipes from her travels. She's also the author of the award-winning suspenseful Coyote Series, Midlife Journey Series, and the Slade Kelly Suspense Series.
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.R. Snow is the author of over twenty-five novels that include the first 17 books in his cozy mystery series, The Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries, as well the first 5 books in his successful Damaged Po$$e series, and Volume 1 of his new The Whiskey Run Chronicles. He has also written two stand-alone novels; Either Ore and Divorce Hotel, which is currently in development as a feature film. His books have been praised for their intricate storylines, outstanding characters and dialogue, and their humor.
In addition to his novels, he has two stage works to his credit: The Wyoming Kid, a comic melodrama set in the Wild West he co-authored with M.P. Bernosky that enjoyed a twelve-week run at the Sheridan Theatre in Sheridan, Wyoming; and a ninety-minute one-man show called A Brief History of Organizational Insanity that he wrote and performed at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank, California.
B.R. Snow grew up in the Thousand Islands in upstate New York on the Canadian border. He spent 8 years living in Sydney, Australia as well as the Outback and Northern Territory. After finishing grad school at Penn State University, he bid a fond farewell to winter and headed west. He spent 14 years in Los Angeles before relocating to Austin, Texas where he and his wife, Laurie, and their Golden Retriever, Stella, now happily reside. Like so many others, B.R. is fond of saying, “I wasn’t born in Austin, but I got here as soon as I could.”
Karen Musser Nortman, after previous incarnations as a secondary social studies teacher (22 years) and a test developer (18 years), returned to her childhood dream of writing mysteries. Her first series, The Frannie Shoemaker Campground Mysteries, sprouted from numerous camping trips in Iowa and through at least 24 other states. The Frannie Shoemaker Mysteries center around a group of retirees who camp together and sometimes stumble over dead bodies. Six of the books have been designated IndieBRAG medallion honorees and three have been finalists in Chanticleer CLUE and Mystery and Mayhem contests. Most of the books are based on actual campgrounds.
Karen has two other series. The Time Travel Trailer series follows the adventures of Lynne McBriar who buys a vintage camper that turns out to be a time portal. The first in the series, by the same name, was the 2015 category winner in the Chanticleer Paranormal contest. The Mystery Sisters is a new series involving two seventy-something sisters who travel the country in a 1950 Studebaker, argue, annoy their relatives, and solve mysteries.
Karen has three children and eight grandchildren. She also loves reading, gardening, and knitting, and can recite the 99 counties of Iowa in alphabetical order.
Visit her website at www.karenmussernortman.com