Sierra Godfrey

Sierra Godfrey is the author of A Very Typical Family and The Second Chance Hotel (Sourcebooks). She was born in Santa Cruz, California and has lived many places, including Santorini, Greece. She loves hiking, watching soothing British farmland shows, and thinking of stories about messy families. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her family, which includes a dog, two cats, and a turtle, all of which seemed like a good idea at the time. Find her

Eme McAnam

Eme McAnam has worn many hats: She certified fitness instructors, was a financial advisor, ran an assisted living facility, and even had a song on The Top 100 Country Billboard chart. But above all, she has lived life passionately and now has a critically-acclaimed debut novel that captures some of her life’s experiences in Freefalling, a poignant and provocative work of senior romance literary fiction.

Forty years ago, she was on the Billboard Country Top 100. She was singing for thousands of people at large events. Not long after that, life took her on a detour and she entered the world of more traditional business, where she certified fitness teachers around the country. Next, it was the financial services sector, where she became an advisor and professional speaker. Eme later ran an assisted living facility for a decade.

Restless to see more of the country, she sold her home of 37 years and traveled for a year before landing in her artist’s loft in Minneapolis. Eme hiked, painted, wrote, took pictures, and made new friends. It was a transformative experience.

Blessed with time and perspective, she resurfaced into her life as an artist and photographer. She writes about romance, life, and reality blended with life’s messy parts. Romance allows difficult stories to have hopeful endings. She has been interviewed on several podcasts, including Sexy Senior Romance the Read My Lips podcast.

Born and raised in New Ulm, Minnesota, she is one of nine children. Eager to have a chance at city life, s

Catherine Hope

Catherine started telling stories as a child, and it naturally grew into a passion for writing. Her goal is to breathe life into her characters and worlds and transport her readers into the pages of heartache and triumph. Catherine is excited for her debut release coming in early 2023 – THE LAST MESSAGE, with Headline Eternal, UK Division of Hachette.

Finley Brown

Finley Brown is an award winning author. She loves to write heart stopping romantic suspense with strong female heroines and alpha heroes with hot accents. Her love of Scotland and the UK comes from her mother who was born there. She has traveled extensively throughout the beautiful and mysterious country, learning the history and walking the same path as many of her characters. In her free time, when she is not researching or writing, she enjoys cooking, entertaining for friends and family and drinking wine. A great bottle of wine shared with a friend is one of life’s true pleasures!

Diane Wiggs

Here is my bio. Diane Wiggs writes romance with a dash of danger. Her protector/romantic suspense novels include steamy tension and a hint of humor. When she’s not writing, this Midwestern girl is juggling all of life’s tasks. Occasionally, she takes a break to read a book, go on an ATV ride, or just relax at home with her husband, son, and two crazy canines.
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CL Gaber

C.L. Gaber is an author and journalist. She has covered film and television for the last three decades as the senior writer for the New York Times Syndicate, the wire service of the New York Times. She has interviewed almost every actor and actress on the planet and still feels goosebumps when Daniel Day-Lewis walks into the room.

Gaber spent over two decades as a film/tv/music writer for the Chicago Sun-Times working closely with Roger Ebert during his legendary run as film critic. Her articles have appeared on and in magazines including Entertainment Weekly, People, In Style, TV Guide, Seventeen, Harper’s Bazaar and many other top publications.

She is the author of the best-selling YA series, “Ascenders: High School for the Recently Departed” and its four sequels, plus a spin-off. An Amazon best-seller, Ascenders has also been a hit at Comic Con LA and The Los Angeles Times Book Festival for the last several years. The books have been optioned for TV.

Cindy grew up in the Chicago suburbs where her beloved father Paul encouraged her to write short stories. After receiving a B.A. in journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University, she received a job offer from the Chicago Sun-Times where for decades she interviewed all the stars Roger Ebert didn’t want to interview, basically all of them. The New York Times Syndicate hired her on the same day to cover film and television on a weekly basis. Those syndicated articles have appeared in newspapers and magazines across the globe and in the New York Times. In addition, she writes a Sunday column for the Las Vegas Review Journal, the big daily in Vegas with a website that garners three million hits a month.
Cindy lives in Nevada with her husband Ron, bonus daughter and two unruly Doodles.
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Mercy DeSimone

Mercy DeSimone is the pen name of a champagne drinking, book-loving, music-humming, caffeinista, beauty junkie, fluent in Schoolhouse Rock and useless trivia.
A New Jersey native, Mercy has been known to sneak the names of friends and readers, as well as her cats, into her stories. When not searching out exotic foods, creating eclectic playlists, or swinging in her hammock in the sun, she writes fluffy, feel good, curvy girl books with a bit of angst, and a soft gooey center. She believes that love has no expiration date. And cashmere is a girl’s best friend.

Lisa Daily

Lisa Daily is the best-selling, award-winning author of ten contemporary romance novels and non-fiction advice books including 15 Minutes of Shame, Single-Minded, and Stop Getting Dumped!.

Her latest romantic comedy, The Cutting Edge, is the first book in her new hockey romance series, and will be published April 2023

Lisa is also the former Relationships Editor on DAYTIME, a nationally-syndicated morning TV show. She’s been interviewed everywhere from MTV to Entertainment Tonight, and quoted everywhere from Cosmopolitan and US Weekly to USA Today and The New York Times. Lisa lives in Florida and writes from the beach.