Sharon Buck is a senior book marketing consultant and an author coaching other authors to create a national platform to ignite their book sales. She has had five books published and is currently at work on her first fiction novel. Her home is in Palatka, Florida. Her websites are www.BookAuthorsTour.com and www.OffTheShelvesFast.com. She is also available for speaking engagements. Email Sharon@BookAuthorsTour.com.
Jack Owen has written for a variety of venues from the National Fisherman to the National Enquirer. His books include tales of the rich, famous and infamous, of Palm Beach. Jack is also author of The Jekyll Island Enigma, America's first WWII clash–before Pearl Harbor. He has several titles currently available on Kindle. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or via blog jackowensdogwatchyarns.blogspot.com.
Published in short fiction as both Nancy and N. L. Quatrano, this award-winning author adores mysteries with a bit of happily-ever-after thrown in. She’s a full time freelance writer, part-time ghostwriter, and the owner of On-Target Words, a professional writing business that specializes in content editing and press and media copy. She can be contacted through www.ontargetwords.com or at email address email@example.com.
Marl Reasoner is a Hoosier by birth, a teacher by profession, and a storyteller by nature. His writings have appeared in Folio Weekly, the DeKalb Literary Arts Journal and corporate publications. As a software trainer, he develops and narrates computer-based training sessions. He lives and writes in Neptune Beach, Florida.
C. L. ROMAN
C.L. Roman is a writer, editor, teacher, wife, mother, grandmother and friend, in whatever order works best in the moment. Most days you can find this Sisters in Crime member working on her blog, The Brass Rag, or working on the next novel in her fantasy series, Rephaim. Cheri lives with her husband and two Chihuahuas in Florida.
Skye Taylor lives on the beach in St. Augustine Florida where she spends her time writing and volunteering at the living history museum in our nation’s oldest city. Besides raising four terrific kids, her adventures include two years in the Peace Corps, skydiving, and travel to far-away places. She’s a member of Romance Writers of America, Ancient City Romance Authors, and Florida Writers Association. Her intrigue novel, Whatever it Takes, was published in 2012 and she kicked off 2013 with a three-book contract from Belle Books for her latest romance series.
Jackie moved to St. Augustine, Florida to be near family and discovered the FWA group one Saturday. Rubbing elbows with so much talent rekindled her love of writing. Her story “Going Home” was published in The Florida Writer/Spring 2013. She has a few short stories in the works and then plans to return to her real love, children’s story books.