As a child, Kristen Weber thought she wanted to be a cop. Thankfully for the literary world, her love of books eventually won out.
By any measure, Tori Eldridge has had a remarkably diverse career, from Broadway to television and now to awaiting the release of her debut thriller novel, “The Ninja Daughter.” A professional singer, dancer and martial arts expert, she is also
Our good friend and very talented and prolific writer Lisa de Nikolits is working on a new book.
For people who grew up in the late 1970s and early 1980s like I did, or at least those with an inherent bent toward irreverent or downright inappropriate comedy, magazines like National Lampoon were a staple of life.
Author Lucienne Diver is nothing if not versatile: successful agent by day, YA author by…well, in every other moment she can possibly fit in.
As a reporter, Christina Hoag has dealt with some of the most dangerous situations a journalist can experience, from facing down Colombian guerrillas to interviewing gang members and corrupt presidents.