Authors

J. L. Abramo
J. L. Abramo

J. L. ABRAMO, born in Brooklyn on Raymond Chandler's fifty-ninth birthday, is the author of the Jake Diamond novels—Catching Water in a Net, Clutching at Straws, Counting to Infinity, Circling the Runway (Shamus Award Winner) and Chasing Charlie Chan—and the thrillersGravesend, Brooklyn Justice and Coney Island Avenue.

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Mario Acevedo
Mario Acevedo

Mario Acevedo is a national bestselling author and has won a Colorado Book Award and an International Latino Book Award. He serves on the faculty of the Regis Mile-High MFA program and Lighthouse Writers. He contributed to the anthologies, Nightmares Unhinged, CyberWorld, and Blood Business from Hex Publishers.

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Sharon Harvey Alexander
Sharon Harvey Alexander

Author and Director of Mountain Wisdom Wholistic Health LLC Sharon Harvey Alexander believes that the ability to breathe with awareness is the first step on a journey to relieving stress and feeling good. Thus, she has written a book on the topic. Pick up Learning to Breathe, Learning to Live locally or online. You’ll be glad you did.

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David Allard
David Allard

David Allard worked for over 35 years as a petroleum geologist and from 1988 to 2006 worked internationally, including living in Egypt and Scotland. His career includes technical publications, public presentations and book marketing for “A World of Culture Oil and Golf” includes speaking events.

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Peter Anderson
Peter Anderson

Peter Anderson teaches writing at Adams State University and lives on the western slope of the Sangre de Cristos. Recent books, including Heading Home: Field Notes (Bower House), First Church of the Higher Elevations (Conundrum Press), and Going Down Grand (Lithic Press), consider the wilder edges of the American Southwest.

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Laura Bartnick
Laura Bartnick

A Five-Star Readers’ Favorite Author! Laura Bartnick manages Capture Books, a boutique publishing and marketing group for new authors. She earned her double degree with a Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Composition at Colorado Christian University. She also finished her education in paralegal studies and enjoys culture, art, and traveling.

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Tracy Beach
Tracy Beach

Tracy Beach’s  book “The Tunnels under our feet” has been showcased on The Science Channel and was chosen for the 2018 Endangered places program, where her Biography on Madam Laura Evens titled “My life as a whore” received raved reviews in True West Magazine.

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J.v.L. Bell
J.v.L. Bell

Author J.v.L. Bell is a Colorado native who grew up listening to stories from Colorado’s vibrant past. Her first novel, The Lucky Hat Mine, is an entertaining historical mystery that weaves together a strong female character, a cozy mystery, and colorful historical Colorado characters and tales.

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Jeannine Bernardi
Jeannine Bernardi

Rob Hay Illustrator Jeannine loved to write stories and plays while growing up in New York, and her passion for poetry continued into college. Through the beauty of writing, Jeannine hopes to guide others down their paths that may be filled with obstacles, and offer a sense of hope and comfort.

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Grady Thane Birdsong
Grady Thane Birdsong

Grady T. Birdsong, now retired enjoyed a successful career traveling the world as an executive in the telecommunication/data, and IT industries. As an award-winning author of three books, he spends his time puttering, writing and volunteering as a Veteran Advocate for returning veterans with TBI and PTSD.

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Tonya Jewel Blessing
Tonya Jewel Blessing

Growing up Tonya Jewel Blessing spent numerous vacations and holidays in the Appalachian mountains of West Virginia. Most of her adult life has been spent in full-time ministry with a focus on helping women. She has traveled nationally and internationally as a conference speaker.

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Jodi Bowersox
Jodi Bowersox

Jodi Bowersox writes romance novels that span genres from faith fiction to suspense to time-travel with small town to big city settings. In addition, she has children's picture books to her credit and a non-fiction Bible commentary. Jodi is also a watercolor artist, living with her husband in Colorado Springs.

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Fleur Bradley
Fleur Bradley

F.T. (Fleur) Bradley is not a spy, but she is the author of the Double Vision trilogy (HarperCollins Children’s), a funny middle-grade spy series School Library Journal calls, "a must-read for mystery fans, including reluctant readers." She lives in Colorado Springs with her husband, daughters and entirely too many cats.

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Peg Brantley
Peg Brantley

With intent to bring credibility to her stories, Peg graduated from the Aurora Citizens’ Police Academy, participated in the Writers’ Police Academy, interviewed crime scene investigators, FBI agents, human trafficking experts, obtained her Concealed Carry, studied arson dogs to Santeria, and hunted down locations that show up in her books.

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Judith Briles
Judith Briles

Judith Briles, aka The Book Shepherd®, has worked with 1,000+ authors and created 500 best-sellers and award-winning books. She’s knowledgeable and entertain and has personally authored 36 books that have been translated to 16 languages and sold a combined 1,000,000 copies. Judith is an advocate for authors, knows publishing inside and out from both the traditional and independent/self sides. Her podcast, AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing generates over 100,000 downloads monthly.

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Rohret Buchner
Rohret Buchner

Rohret Buchner is a nurse by day and writer by night. Her pen name honors grandmothers whose courage and determination are the inspiration for intrepid heroines. Length of Days and Poetry of Days are the first two books in the science fiction/fantasy Shalemar Trilogy.

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Corinne Joy Brown
Corinne Joy Brown

An award-winning novelist, poet, magazine editor, and freelance writer for Architecture & Design of the West and Colorado Expression, among others, Corinne is a past-president of the Denver Woman’s Press Club, and a charter member of Women Writing the West. She focuses on design, history and transformation.

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Beatrice Bruno
Beatrice Bruno

Beatrice is an Army veteran but always and forever a Drill Sergeant. Having graduated over 2000 soldiers through Basic Training, many of these real life characters have found their way as fictional characters in her books. The Baby Chronicles is her first experience in fiction but won’t be her last.

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Rex Burns
Rex Burns

Rex Burns, author of books, articles, reviews, and short stories, won an Edgar for The Alvarez Journal. The Avenging Angel became a Charles Bronson film. His twenty- plus mysteries are in E-format, audio, and print from Mysterious Press; his dark comedy, The Better Part of Valour, can be found wherever E-books are sold, and Into Enemy Arms --a novel of the Civil War home front--is his latest work.

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Lynn Byk
Lynn Byk

Co-author recipient of the 2016 Best Memoir Pinnacle Award, LYNN BYK writes in the interview style of a journalist, her wit gained from the multi-generational embrace. Mister Joseph Byk, a self-made man, pulled himself up from the rope-tied, baggy-pants poverty of Polish immigrants to become an engineer on space shuttles.

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