Authors

General Nonfiction

Mind/Spirit, Faith, Spirituality and Healing

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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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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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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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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Cassi Clark
Cassi Clark

Cassi Clark authored Breastfeeding Is a Bitch, But We Lovingly Do it Anyway, and contributed an essay to We Rise to Resist: Voices from a New Era in Women's Political Action Edited by Paula vW. Dáil and Betty L. Wells (forthcoming)​. Her work highlights women’s individual and collective power.

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Kevin Cullis
Kevin Cullis

Kevin Cullis mentors others in growing a captivating, profitable, and power-driven mindset through his books and Fish Tank Startups Workshops. He helps build confidence, empower entrepreneurs, and grow Christ-Centered businesses knowing that God's abundance and provision is using our God-given talents for others to achieve God's purpose.

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Patricia Duncan
Patricia Duncan

Patricia Duncan was born and raised in Denver, CO. Having a mentor to teach her photography, she moved through the ranks of being an amateur photographer to an award-winning professional photographer. Patricia and her husband live in Denver.

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Debra Fine
Debra Fine

Bestselling author (her books are translated in and published in 20+ countries) keynote speaker and trainer, Fine is a nationally recognized communication expert. A regular Huffington Post contributor, her recent media appearances include The Today Show, The Early Show, NPR Morning Edition, Fox Business News and CNN.

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Jenny Forrester
Jenny Forrester

Jenny Forrester has been published in Gobshite Quarterly, Pom Pom Lit, Seattle’s City Arts Magazine, Nailed Magazine, Hip Mama, The Literary Kitchen, Indiana Review, Columbia Journal, and the Listen to Your Mother anthology. She curates the Unchaste Readers Series. Hawthorne Books published Narrow River, Wide Sky: A Memoir, spring, 2017.

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Carol Grever
Carol Grever

Carol Grever’s latest memoir, Turnings: Reflections on a Conscious Life, is a mosaic of courage.  Pivotal personal upheavals open extraordinary adventures and a spiritual awakening.  Known for her poetry and earlier books and a documentary on mixed-orientation relationships, Carol reveals with unwavering honesty her own transformative "turnings" and ultimate discoveries.

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Cheryl Ilov
Cheryl Ilov

Cheryl Ilov is an award winning author, speaker, and consultant. She is also a licensed physical therapist. Her book includes a positive message of hope, health, and vitality as well as a proven path to being fit, vibrant, and active in every stage of life.

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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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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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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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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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Barbra Cohn
Barbra Cohn

Barbra Cohn writes about health and travel. She is an award-winning poet, writes a blog called thehealthycaregiverblog and is on the editorial board of Care Connections, a newsletter for caregivers. As owner of Cohn Writing Solutions, Barbra writes sales copy for the natural products industry. Email her at healthwriter1@gmail.com.

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Carol Flohr Giles
Carol Flohr Giles

Carol Flohr Giles is an author, blogger, and speaker, who offers a biblical perspective on the joy and challenge of Christian living in a non-Christian world. She has a bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies from Colorado Christian University. She lives in Littleton, Colorado.

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Kathy Joy
Kathy Joy

Radio personality, Kathy Joy, turned phrases to tickle ears. Five-Star Readers’ Favorite author knew life could turn upside down when she lost her husband by cardiac arrest. Wrestling with difficulty and looming days of depression, she began to note three beautiful images every day. Speaking wonder is her expression.

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Rachel Kodanaz
Rachel Kodanaz

Rachel Kodanaz has been speaking passionately to national audiences for over 20 years, addressing all aspects of loss, change and growth. Her books, Living with Loss One Day at a Time, and Grief in the Workplace: A Comprehensive Guide for Being Prepared have received international acclaim.   She has been featured in a number of publications and has appeared on Good Morning America.

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Cynthia Kuhn
Cynthia Kuhn

Cynthia Kuhn writes the Lila Maclean Academic Mystery Series, which includes The Semester of Our Discontent, an Agatha Award recipient, and The Art of Vanishing. She is professor of English at Metropolitan State University of Denver and current president of Sisters in Crime-Colorado.

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Judy Kundert
Judy Kundert

Judy Kundert an award-winning middle-grade novelist loves to inspire and intrigue children. For fun, she likes reading (usually three or four books at a time), watching movies from the oldies to the current films, traveling, biking, and hiking in the vast Colorado outdoors.

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Page Lambert
Page Lambert

Page Lambert's writing is found inside monumental sculptures at the Denver Art Museum, online at Huffington Post, and in dozens of anthologies about the West. Author of In Search of Kinship, she teaches graduate writing courses, leads writing adventures, and writes Nature & Words from her Colorado mountain home.

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Betty LaVelle
Betty LaVelle

Betty ended her legal career to begin anew as a professional photographer and writer. She is the author of Butterflies, Scarabs and Secrets, the biography and illustrated secret art collection of Clayton Blair Dougherty. She also is the author of The Demise of Rooster Rockstar, a spirited collection of her poetry, photography, and artwork, featured in several publications.

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Patricia Raybon
Patricia Raybon

Patricia Raybon is an award-winning author of bridge-building books and essays on faith, race and grace. Her books include My First White Friend, which won a Christopher Award, I Told the Mountain to Move and Undivided: A Muslim Daughter, Her Christian Mother, Their Path to Peace.

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Dr. Laurie Weiss
Dr. Laurie Weiss

Dr. Laurie Weiss, psychotherapist, coach and author of Letting It Go, has helped more than 60,000 individuals reclaim life energy and find joy in life for more than four decades. She has taught professionals in 13 countries and authored eight books that make complex information accessible to anyone.

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