January’s Featured 5
1. Kyle Brown, author of Dumb Waiters: The Awakening
Unleashed from The Lazarus Pool and dumped on sunny Pasadena, CA, in the second year of Coagula… He’s a fifth-generation cemetery guy/landscaper whose lifelong passion for storytelling wouldn’t stay in its box. Known as the Irish Wolfman, he ravages your countryside – tales of hope snug in his pockets – always determined, always rockin’, always hungry.
2. Kyle Freelander, author of Facing the Tide
Kyle Freelander is a recent graduate from the University of Mary Washington where she majored in English and minored in Linguistics. Her first young adult novel, Facing the Tide, was published in November 2013, and she is working on more young adult and fiction novels. Her blog, A Dose of Kyle, is updated regularly with poems, stories, book offers, and more. When she’s not writing, Kyle enjoys horseback riding, drinking obscene amounts of coffee, and being sarcastic. Kyle currently resides in Virginia with her yappy dog and fancy mouse.
3. Duncan Milne, author of The Death of Rock ‘n’ Roll, The Impossibility of Time Travel and Other Lies
Duncan Milne is a practicing lawyer in search of a forum where prose doesn’t include the terms “notwithstanding” or “but for.” He has a passion and insatiable appetite for music, art, and literature and has freshly completed his debut novel, The Death of Rock ‘n’ Roll, The Impossibility of Time Travel and Other Lies. Recently relocated to New Zealand, Milne is fortunate to be married to someone whose career facilitates travel abroad.
4. Adriano Bulla, author of The Road to London
Adriano Bulla describes himself as a ‘servant of Calliope’ and has gained recognition as an experimental and innovative writer and poet since 2005, when his first collection of poetry, Ybo’ and Other Lies was published. Since then, he has published short stories, collected in Tales for the Free Mind and Open Heart, a grammar textbook, The Labyrinth of Grammar, a comparative literature study on Dante and Coleridge entitled The Mariner’s Inferno, and, most recently, The Road to London, described by the author as a ‘spiritual novel’.
5. Vicki Case, poetess of Forever Love
Vicki Case is a talented & inspiring Australian writer & poetess. During the daylight hours she is an internationally certified criminal analyst working with an Australian Law Enforcement Agency. During the nocturnal hours and on the weekends she creates inspirational & soul revealing poetry and novels. Her 4th poetry book; “Forever Love” is nearly completed. Vicki is now turning her talent from authoring poetry to writing fiction and non-fiction novels.
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