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Indie Author Pavilion - Adult Fiction



Authors
Carelle Stein

Meet Gracie Swan. She’s a probate lawyer. She’s just been ordered by the Judge to inventory her client’s refrigerator. Now she’s on her way to Duluth in a blizzard with Quinn, a cab driver/physicist/rich guy, sort of (and what kind of occupation is that?) Quinn’s got a problem too because his superconducting synchrotron is out-of-whack and seemingly connected to Gracie....

Steven Maricic

Steve Maricic grew up in the happiest place on earth – Hudson County, NJ – on a block rich in stoops and colorful neighbors. He is happily married to tough and beautiful Bernadette from Jersey City, and they have two wonderful daughters....

Linda Addison

Linda D. Addison is the award-winning author of four collections, including "How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend," and the first African-American recipient of the HWA Bram Stoker Award®. In 2018, she received the HWA Lifetime Achievement Award....

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Mendy Sobol

About Me I began reading science fiction when my mother, a true Renaissance woman, gave me her old sci-fi paperbacks. Every day after elementary school (instead of doing my homework), I sat outside until dusk, escaping reality, devouring the works of Simak, Clarke, Asimov, Bradbury, Heinlein, Brown and other Golden Age authors....

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Georgann Prochaska

Georgann Prochaska grew up in the Chicago area, studied literature at Illinois State University, and taught high school for thirty-four years. After retiring, she became a caregiver for her mother who had Alzheimer's Disease and discovered secret keepers....

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Jennifer Spiegel

Jennifer Spiegel is mostly a fiction writer with three books and a miscellany of short publications, though she also teaches English and creative writing. She is part of Snotty Literati, a book-reviewing gig, with Lara Smith....

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Elena Hartwell

Elena Hartwell is the author of the Eddie Shoes Mystery Series. The first two books, "One Dead, Two to Go" (2016) and "Two Heads are Deader Than One" (2017) each received numerous award nominations, including: RONE, Next Generation, Silver Falchion and Foreword Indie awards....

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Sallie Cochren

Sallie Cochren has always enjoyed writing creatively and often spent her free time as a child writing short stories for fun. She taught middle school Language Arts for 16 years and one of her greatest joys was seeing her students develop a love for writing also....

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Rafael Reyes-Ruiz

Rafael Reyes-Ruiz is a Colombian-American bilingual author, scholar, translator and editor. He holds a PhD in Anthropology from the New School for Social Research in New York. He taught at Oberlin College (2001-2004) and Zayed University in Dubai (2004-2013)....

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Debra Cunningham

I grew up in a Colorado family business and learned early in life the value of having a sense of humor, particularly during the transitions and down cycles that most businesses experience. I migrated to the desert of Arizona and have made it my home for many years....

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