Dan Gemeinhart lives in a small town smack dab in the middle of Washington state with his wife and three young daughters. He was lucky and grateful to be a teacher-librarian in an elementary school for thirteen years, where he got to share awesome books with awesome kids. He loves camping, cooking and traveling. He also plays guitar (badly) and reads (constantly). His house is always a mess. He is really pretty darn happy.
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Sarah M. Eden
Sarah M. Eden is a USA Today best-selling author of witty and charming historical romances, including 2020’s Foreword Reviews INDIE Awards Gold Winner for Romance, Forget Me Not, and 2020 Holt Medallion finalist, Healing Hearts. She is a two-time “Best of State” Gold Medal winner for fiction and a three-time Whitney Award winner. Combining her obsession with history and her affinity for tender love stories, Sarah loves crafting deep characters and heartfelt romances set against rich historical backdrops. She holds a bachelor’s degree in research and happily spends hours perusing the reference shelves of her local library.
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Nancy Campbell Allen
Nancy Campbell Allen is the award winning author of 20 published novels and several novellas, which encompass a variety of genres ranging from contemporary romantic suspense to historical fiction. Nancy loves to read, write, travel, and research, and enjoys spending time with family and friends. She nurtures a current obsession for true crime podcasts and is a news junkie.
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Sabrina Kleckner is a middle grade and young adult author. Her debut award-winning novel, THE ART OF RUNNING AWAY, published in November 2021. She graduated from Hamilton College with a degree in Creative Writing, and currently lives in NYC. When she is not writing, she can be found drawing (badly), hugging her three cats, or studying languages (currently: Korean).
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C. A. Crisóstomo
C.A. was born and raised in Brazil, always accompanied by daydreams, a handful of 80’s songs and goals that seemed too big. Initially, she dreamed of being Sherlock Holmes, but was quite disappointed when it turned out he was not taking any protegées at the time. Determined to find a way of satisfying her imagination, C.A. started to write, motivated by a desire to see more of who and what she is-- latinx, queer, ace, and autistic-- in fiction.