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April Gardner, Founder & Senior Editor

A military spouse, April has performed the art of homemaking all over the world. Currently, she lives in Georgia with her children and her USAF husband.  In no particular order, she dreams of owning a horse, visiting all the national parks, and speaking Italian. 

April writes Christian historical romance with a focus on our Southeastern Native Tribes. Her latest release is Beneath the Blackberry Moon, which is a Native American Romance. She is also the award-winning author of Lizzie and the Guernsey Gang, (winner of the Selah Award). 

Contact April: aprilmarieg(at)gmail(dot)com
April's blog.   Find April on Facebook and Twitter.

April's books include:

     


Michelle Massaro, Assistant Editor

Michelle is married to her high school sweetheart, Mike, and they have four amazing children ranging in age from 4-18. They attend Living Truth Christian Fellowship in Corona, CA where they have taught Jr High studies and where Michelle is involved in the worship ministry. She loves a strong french roast and can crochet anything--as long as it is a rectangle. Michelle was a 2012 Genesis Finalist in the Contemporary Fiction category. 

Contact Michelle: michelle_massaro(at)hotmail(dot)com
Michelle's Website.  Find Michelle on Facebook or Twitter.

Michelle's books include:

 

Joanna Davidson, Administrator


With a love for hearing people's life stories, Joanna writes historical Christian fiction based on true stories. Her favorite Valentines Day ever was spent at a nursing home, asking her favorite question--"what's your love story?"-- and discovering amazing, heart-wrenching tales as people lit up in the retelling. She currently works for a nonfiction publishing house in Chicago while at home with her new baby Elena. She previously wrote for newspapers and a pharmaceutical company after earning a journalism degree. Her unlikely Prince Charming, hubby Vince, serves as brainstormer, model for fictional heroes, and the most honest critiquer.

Contact Joanna: shasta.daisy.05(at)gmail(dot)com
Find Joanna on Facebook


 Lisa Lickel, Host

Lisa Lickel is a Wisconsin writer who lives with her husband in a hundred and fifty-year-old house built by a Great Lakes ship captain. Surrounded by books and dragons, she is a multi-published novelist, has written dozens of feature newspaper stories, magazine articles, radio theater, and is a freelance editor and top Goodreads book reiewer.

Lisa is the author of A Summer in Oakville, co-authored with Shellie Neumeier, Meander Scar, Everything About You, The Last Bequest, The Map Quilt, The Newspaper Code, "Three Rings for Alice" in Brave New Century, and Healing Grace
Contact Lisa: lisalickel(at)yahoo(dot)com


Lisa's books include:
       


Gail Pallotta, Host

Gail’s husband, Rick, says she’s the only person he knows who can go in the grocery for a loaf of bread and come out with someone’s life story. That’s probably because she inherited her mother’s love of people and enjoys talking to them. Working as an editor and freelance writer, Gail published a couple hundred articles. While some of them are in anthologies, two ended up in museums. In 2004, the American Christian Writers Association named Gail a regional writer of the year. She recently published her first romance, Love Turns the Tide. When she isn’t writing she likes reading, swimming, and getting together with friends and family. Gail wants to write books of faith that show God’s love. She and Rick live in Georgia.
Gail is the author of Love Turns the Tide.
Contact Gail at pallotta[at]gailpallotta[dot]com. Visit her Website or her blog.

Gail's books Include: 

 


Delia Latham--Graphic Designer

A born-and-bred California girl, Delia Latham currently lives in East Texas with her husband, Johnny. She loves to read and write in their country home, and gets a kick out of watching her husband play Farmer John. The author enjoys multiple roles as Christian wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, but especially loves being a princess daughter to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. She loves to hear from her readers. 

Contact her through her websiteemail, Facebook and/or Twitter.

Delia's books include:

             

Patty Wysong--Web Master

Patty Wysong homeschools three of her five children. From the corner of her living room she writes inspirational fiction, devotionals, blog posts, and teaches online blogging workshops. She learned about blogs and blogging the hard way and now delights in teaching and helping others, sparing them that frustration so they can focus on what God has called them to do.


Contact Patty at Patty(at)PattyWysong(dot)com and visit her at her blog, Ordinary Lives and on Facebook. Check out the blogging class she teaches and her web designs on her site.
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