Archive for the Featured Author Category

P. J. Smith

The first two chapters are truth mixed with a little fiction. The writer and his siblings went through much abuse until they were old enough to leave home. His parents never showed love toward each other nor their children. Parental control was through fear, beatings, and other forms of abuse.

Dalia Dupris

Dalia Dupris has always enjoyed reading and writing and grew up surrounded by a wide variety of books, from westerns to romance novels. She loves stories–watching them, listening to them, reading them, and writing them.

Gael Wood

Gael Wood has over 25 years of experience in the massage and spa industry. She has an immeasurable amount of knowledge and expertise in the art of growing and maintaining a thriving massage & spa business. She now concentrates on coaching, and teaching in the areas of marketing, business start up, online business creation, customer service and spa services.

Rhoda Starzyk

Rhoda Starzyk presently works as a legal secretary. She has three children and a wonderful granddaughter named Jolie who has inspired Rhoda’s stories through her vivid imagination. Rhoda loves to write, spend time with her family, garden, rummage through flea markets and undertake any project that allows her to use her creativity.

Latesha Kellam

Latesha Kellam is an author who takes her life experiences and puts them into words that will inspire others. She wrote her first story at the age of 14, about the events surrounding the unexpected death of her father.

N.A. Broadley

N.A. Broadley is a mother of two grown children, two grand-children, a wife and a homesteader. She has passion for writing funny homesteading stories along with post apocalyptic fiction. She lives and fights with a rooster named Peckerhead, who makes it his mission to make her life as interesting and as challenging as it can be.

Jim Retzer

Author Jim Retzer

My mind tends to wander and so have I. I’ve lived and worked all over the country and enjoyed most of it. Boise was a bit of a letdown but nice people. I’ve always returned to Western Pennsylvania because the climate kinda suits my clothes. I’m an old guy. Not really pushing 70 but leaning up against it pretty hard.