Alicia Dill spent six years as an Army soldier and globally published print journalist. She remains involved with many service members who continue to put their lives in harm’s way throughout the world. It’s because of that bond, the Missouri native wrote her debut novel in a series of untold stories of sisters in uniform.
Douglas Green is the author of the widely-acclaimed 2015 book The Teachings of Shirelle – Life Lessons from a Divine Knucklehead, and runs the advice website AskShirelle.com, based on the wisdom in the book, which he was taught by his ridiculous dog. Released from decades in the entertainment business for good behavior, he directed the film The Hiding Place, and now works as a psychotherapist in Los Angeles, specializing in children and teenagers.
Jeremy Rhyne is an attorney living and working in Orange County, California. When he is not fighting for truth and justice in the courts, he enjoys standup paddling, reading, running, traveling, and listening to Patrick O’Brian novels on a loop. He is married with two daughters. His Name Is Cwiz is his debut book.
Jeff Richards is a native Washingtonian who lives in Takoma Park, Maryland with his wife and two dogs. His collection of short stories, Where We Want, will be published in 2021 and he is and presently working on Nothing Left to Lose, a memoir of the sixties.
Richards’ fiction, essays, and cowboy poetry have appeared in over 30 publications and four anthologies. He is a graduate of the Hollins Writing Program and the parent of two children who live in Colorado.
Cari Scribner of Ballston Spa, New York, has been a journalist and a freelance feature writer for more than twenty years. With topics ranging from travel to trends and from breaking news to family life, her work has been published in many outlets. She lives with her two dogs, Lucy and Miloh, while her grown children live nearby. A Girl Like You is Scribner’s first novel.