Tricia Andersen

Tricia Andersen lives in Iowa with her husband and her three children. She graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts in English and from Kirkwood Community College with an Associate of Arts degree in Communications Media/Public Relations. She writes romance for all genres, from paranormal to historical to contemporary. She also has a couple of non-fiction historical titles and a few children’s picture books under the pen name, Lynette Andersen.

CJ Corbin

C. J. Corbin writes sizzling contemporary & paranormal romances which will leave you breathless!

She lives in Southern California with her cocker spaniel, Isabella. An avid wildlife conservationist, she donates a percentage of her book sales to animal conservancy projects.

C. J. relaxes by always being SASSY, drinking coffee, and blasting alternative rock music through her headset while feeding a shameless addiction to online shopping.

And she truly believes in happily-ever-after.

Kathy L Wheeler

Kathy L Wheeler/Mia Augustine writes historical and contemporary romance, respectively. In the face of danger, her heroines save themselves. Their heroes just need to be there to catch them… after the fact.

Her many passions include the NFL, Musical Theater, travel (she once spent twenty-one days going from Oklahoma City to San Francisco, back through Utah to Colorado. When her husband called and asked if she was coming home anytime soon, she left for home the next day), and … karaoke.

Her main sources of inspiration come from mostly an over-active imagination. She currently resides in the Seattle area with her musically talented husband, Al, and their adorable dog, Angel, who lives up to her name—mostly.

Liz Lincoln

Liz has been concocting stories as long as she can remember, and from the beginning they involved two people falling in love.
When she’s not writing, she spends her time hanging out with her family, cheering on the USWNT and NWSL women’s soccer leagues, embroidering sassy sayings, and drinking too much Diet Coke. And of course, reading romance.

She lives in Milwaukee, WI, with her husband, two kids, two cats, and a turtle.

Mariah Kingsley

One happily ever after at a time…


What was a stay at home mom to do while her family slept? Write. Write about dirty talking alpha males who had a thing for spankings and handcuffs. Now her alter ego Mariah Kingsley writes about love, life, murder, and toe curling sex. The concept of what happens after “Happily Ever After” changed her life. Now a blushing mom who never imagined she would run across her work on her mothers kindle loves the life. The author, blogger and advid reader now there is an entire series. The Maxwell Series.

Thetta James

I’ve always believed in the concept of “love conquers all.” I’m a down-to-earth woman, married to the love of my life, and a hopeless romantic. I started my reading journey with The Secret of The Old Clock by Nancy Drew and I’ve never looked back. I fell in love with words because they create change and force you to use your imagination.
I live in North Georgia and I’ve been married to the love of my life for over 30 years. I’ve spent the last 9 years co-driving a big rig with my hubby, but as of April, I’m home and writing full-time. When I’m not writing, I enjoy reading and working out. I love meeting new people, enjoy learning about other cultures, watching football, and binge-watching TV shows.

One quote I live by… “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending”

Cheryl L-G Trent

Cheryl L-g Trent
Cheryl L-G Trent is a dyslexic neurodivergent Historian from Texas/Oklahoma. Despite limitations, her passion for writing never waned. The daughter of a sailor and accountant and the mother of a cook and artist, her knowledge is diverse. She is also a member and raising members of the LGTBQIA+ community. Cheryl loves to write about stories skirting famous events and specializes in Ancient, Medieval, Native American, and Clothing History. Additionally, she loves to tell stories of the interlopers and outcasts. Parts of history that were not written in books but that did exist. Her goal is to share fun, adventurous stories that express the struggles of women, outsiders, and the invisible.