We are five women authors, traveling together on the long and winding road to overnight success. And though the saying goes that happiness is the journey and not the destination, we believe it can be both.
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Linda Apple is the author of Inspire! Writing from the Soul and Connect! A Simple Guide to Public Speaking. (AWOC.com Publishing) Her stories have appeared in fifteen Chicken Soup for the Soul books. She recently completed her first novel, Friendship on Fire, a women’s fiction historical set during the Gold Rush. Linda is a motivational speaker and currently serves as the Arkansas Regional Speaker Trainer for Stonecroft Ministries. Visit her at www.lindaapple.com or www.lindacapple.wordpress.com. Or, email her at email@example.com.
Ruth Burkett Weeks, aka Dixie Dandelion, is not only an award-winning author, but a twin as well. She and her brother were the first boy/girl twins born at Washington Regional Hospital in Fayetteville, AR. She has published her first historical novel, Soldiers From The Mist, (High Hill Press) and a paranormal romance, The Rook and The Raven (The Wild Rose Press). She is currently working on her third novel, The Legend of Dixie Dandelion. According to the Tarot cards she reads, all will be a huge success. Visit her blog at www.truthsbyruth.blogspot.com or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Claire Croxton mixes batches of snarky humor with dashes of poignant emotion in her novels Redneck Ex and the soon to be released Santorini Sunset. (The Wild Rose Press) After spending more than a decade in Alaska as a technical writer, she chucked aside her mukluks, loaded up her cats and relocated to a farm in Arkansas. Visit Claire at:
Pamela Foster lives happily in Northwest Arkansas with her husband and his retired service dog, Chesty. Pamela is the author of Redneck Goddess, (High Hill Press) Her novel, Bigfoot Blues will be released by High Hill Press in May, and she has just signed a contract for three more books—two fiction and one, a non-fiction account of her relocation to Panama. Email Pamela at email@example.com or visit her website at www.authorpamelafoster.com. She also has two blogs: www.pamelafoster.blogspot.com, and www.pamelafosterspeakerwriter.wordpress.com.
Jan Morrill’s award-winning short stories and memoir essays have been published in three Chicken Soup for the Soul books and several anthologies. She recently completed her first novel, Broken Dolls, a historical fiction about the Japanese-American internment, and is working on the sequel. She lives on a farm with her husband, two dogs and two cats and enjoys traveling the world looking for stories. For more information, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her website at www.janmorrill.com. She also has two blogs: www.jansthoughtsovercoffee.blogspot.com and www.haikubyhaiku.wordpress.com.