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Jeff Baird is a career educator at the secondary and post graduate level, and a self-proclaimed computer junkie. He has presented at numerous state and national technology conferences, and has published in the field of educational technology. In addition, his memoir, Redhead Ruminations, tells about growing up and living life as a redhead. "A Redheaded Holiday: Countdown to a Christmas Hug," appears in A Christmas Sampler. He resides in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania with his wife, Mary, their redheaded children, Ashley and Ryan, and their dogs, Casey and Mimi. Visit Jeff's website and blog.
Terrie Daugherty has her debut fiction publication, "Broken Heart Cake," in A Readable Feast.
Once Around the Sun, which she helped edit. Her YA novels in the Moonfall Mayhem series include The Falling of the Moon and The Meddlers of Moonshine, both from World Weaver Press. Like all writers, she is owned by three cats.has been a member of the Bethlehem Writers Group since 2011. A former ESL tutor and doll-maker turned writer of fantasy, her short stories have appeared in such magazines as Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Fireside Magazine, and The Sockdolager as well as in the BWG's own anthology,
the Connemara pony is still bred by her family. She graduated with an MA in Modern English Literature from the University of Limerick, Ireland, and and works as an adjunct professor of English at Keiser University. She enjoys writing creatively and co-editing the BWG Writers Roundtable.
akes her home in Tennessee with her husband and a tank full of fish. Marianne blogs at A Slice of Orange. You can also follow her on Twitter @mariannedonley.
Headley Hauser would stop carping about the monetary system if only some of the monetary would come his way. In the midst of his complaining, he has managed to write three novellas: Trouble in Taos, and Volition Man, available as eBooks on Amazon. He has serialized Dirk Destroyer's Less Destructive Brother, on his nearly popular, but entirely unprofitable blog, Just Plain Stupid. Headley lives, and does most of his whining in Winston-Salem, NC.
ion from SUNY at Oswego. "Wishing Well Christmas" which appears in A Christmas Sampler, is her first published story.
A native of Wisconsin and Connecticut, D.T. Krippene deserted aspirations of being a biologist to live the corporate dream and raise a family. After six homes, a ten-year stint in Singapore and Taiwan, and an imagination that never slept, his muse refused to be hobbled as a mere dream. D.T. writes science fiction and dystopia. His current project is about a futuristic matriarchal society, and a gene-altered young woman who discovers the real reason otherworldly beings saved humanity from extinction. You can find D.T. on his website and his social media links, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Jerry McFadden has been writing fiction for the past several years. His stories have appeared in various fiction magazines and e-zines, such as Flash Fiction Offensive, Over My Dead Body, Eclectic Flash Fiction, and BWG Writers Roundtable. He received a Second Place Bullet Award for the best crime fiction to appear on the web in June, 2011, and has had his short stories performed aloud on the stage by the Liar’s League in London and the Liar’s League in Hong Kong. His stories have also appeared in various anthologies, including Hardboiled: Crime Scene, Once Around the Sun, A Christmas Sampler, A Readable Feast, and Let It Snow. He has also won honorable mentions in Writer’s Digest Magazine annual national fiction awards, as well as in several regional writing contests.
Stanley W. McFarland was raised in Acton, Massachusetts, and has written dozens of short dramas, primarily aimed at church audiences. He has also written the librettos to three produced musicals, Acton 1775, Light, and Joe and Mary’s Rock ‘N Roll Jellyroll Christmas Story. In 2008, a collection of McFarland’s poetry, Confessions of a Protestant, was published by Marriwell Publishing. He is currently at work on a novel. He is a Go Figure Reads author. For more see their website.
Emily P. W. Murphy is a writer and freelance editor. Her short stories appear in A Christmas Sampler: Sweet, Funny, and Strange Holiday Tales, Once Around the Sun: Sweet, Funny, and Strange Tales for All Seasons, and A Readable Feast: Sweet, Funny, and Strange Tales for Every Taste, among other publications. After growing up in Pennsylvania, she has relocated to the Washington, DC area with her husband Adam, their two children, and their two cats. Visit Emily's website.
With established careers in physics, mathematics, electrical engineering and software, Christopher D. Ochs is also an accomplished CGI animator, classical organist, and voice talent on radio and DVD.
His foray into the world of writing began in 2014 with his debut self-published epic fantasy novel Pindlebryth of Lenland: The Five Artifacts. In March 2015, his horror/suspense short story "Eight" was published in the GLVWG Writes Stuff mixed short fiction anthology. His current literary projects include his own anthology of mirthful and macabre short stories due out during or soon after September 2015, and the second installment of the Pindlebryth saga. If all that weren't enough to keep him busy, he is active in several hobbies including anime (The Voice of OTAKON) and electronic music.
Sally W. Paradysz writes from the cabin she built in the woods in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Her memoir, From Scratch: Why I Walked Away From My Life and Built This Home, tells the story of building her house and rebuilding her life after the pains of rape and divorce. She works as a spiritual counselor, and won Honorable Mention for an inspirational story in the Writer’s Digest 78th Annual Writing Competition in 2009. She was a finalist in the Salem Literary Festival in 2010, and published a non-fiction story in 11:11 magazine. Her essay, "Tool-belt Spirituality" appears among those of such other authors as Gloria Steinem and Jimmy Carter in the collection 65 Things to Do When You Retire, and her essay "Just With Your Heart," appears in the anthology, 70 Things to Do When You Turn 70. Visit Sally's website and blog: Finding Paradysz in the Woods.
Dianna Sinovic writes fiction in her off-hours. She has been an editor for most of her career, and currently manages a team of writers and editors for a marketing company that focuses on healthcare information. She’s originally from Kansas City, Mo., but now lives in Upper Bucks County with her husband. When she’s not writing, you can find her hiking or paddling her kayak. In the realm of fiction, Dianna writes short stories and is working on a novel.
Diane Sismour has written poetry and fiction for over 35 years, starting with journalism, children's stories, middle-grade adventures, sci-fi, and YA novels. She has recently added romance and teen historical horror to the list. She is the founder of the Network for the Arts and connects thousands of artists with workshops, events, and publishing news every day. She is a frequent guest speaker on radio talk shows all over the country and a guest author for blogs, newspapers, and magazines. In addition to BWG, she is a member of the Romance Writers of America, Liberty States Fiction Writers, and is a past VP of the Pocono Lehigh Romance Writers.
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regon Literary Review, Clapboard House, Potomac Review The Copperfield Review, Yale Anglers’ Journal, Stone’s Throw Magazine, The Oklahoma Review, Outdoor Life, A Storm In Season,
Carol L. Wright is a former lawyer, adjunct law professor, pre-law advisor, and book editor. She is the author of several articles on law-related topics, and of the book, The Ultimate Guide to Law School Admission. She has published several short stories, and is currently at work on a murder mystery set in the Berkshire foothills of Massachusetts. She is a life member of Sisters in Crime and the Jane Austen Society of North America, and a member of SinC Guppies. She is married to her college sweetheart, and lives in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. Visit Carol's website.
a former actor, singer, and director, A Christmas Sampler, he has published three e-books available on Smashwords.com. Without a Tear is a collection of four short stories geared to younger children. Salt for the Journey is a collection of stories featuring humor, tragedy and acts of bravery. Cinder is a full-length fantasy novel about an orphaned dragon in danger. Several of Will’s songs (Just a Poet, Bumbarumba, and I Like the Amish in the Springtime), were featured on CATTV’s Headley and the Rug. His story, Fall of Brother Moon, received honorable mention in Writer’s Digest magazine’s seventy-sixth writing competition in 2007 and can be seen in Salt for the Journey. He currently lives in Winston-Salem, NC. He is a Go Figure Reads author. For more see their website.