|Two-time RITA Award winner
Kristin Gabriel is the author of more than 20 published books and lives in rural
Nebraska. Her first book, Bullets Over Boise, was selected as one of the
Harlequin movies and can be seen on cable stations under the new title
Recipe For Revenge. Two of her romantic comedies, Monday Man and
Your Groom, each won the Romance Writers of America prestigious RITA®
award. Kris's new book, A Long Way Home, is a
part of The Mysteries of Sparrow Island series from Guideposts and it will
be released via their book club in July of 2006.
After meeting her husband in college
over twenty years ago, Kristin made the bumpy transition from city girl to farm
wife, providing plenty of fodder for her stories. A busy mom with three
active teenagers, she divides her time between writing and attending
school activities. Her hobbies include reading and procrastination.
Nebraska native, Sherry James,
spent her youth riding and writing. All those hours she spent on the
back of a horse sure gave her plenty of time to think up stories.
She grew up to become a rodeo queen and a published author. Guess all
that riding and writing paid off! These days she’s a wife to an amazing
husband, and the mother of two equally amazing kids. She still rides
when she gets the chance, and has more than 80 magazine and newspaper
articles and six books to her credit. She is a founding member and current president of
the Prairieland Romance Writers, and a long-time member of Romance
Writers of America and Wester Writers of America. You can
find her romantic comedy series and her cowboy books at
or find her blogging at
Laura Landon didn't know she
wanted to be a writer. She simply knew she was a compulsive reader.
And the books she enjoyed reading most were romances.
Now, she spends her writing time
in 19th Century England, creating her own heroes and heroines and
taking them on their angst-ridden journeys to find their
Miller is an award-winning author--with a National Readers Choice Award and
a Daphne du Maurier among other prizes. In 2009, she was honored to receive
a Career Achievement Award in Series Romantic Suspense from Romantic Times
Book Reviews. Several of her 40+ books have appeared on the USA Today,
Borders/Waldenbooks and BookScan Top 100 Romances bestseller lists.
After writing single-title paranormals for
Dorchester, Julie joined the Harlequin/Silhouette family when her first
Intrigue, ONE GOOD MAN, was published in 2000. Since then, she has crafted
the best-selling, award-winning Taylor Clan series for Intrigue, as well as
its equally successful spin-off series, THE PRECINCT. While she continues to
write about cops and crime scenes for Intrigue, Ms. Miller occasionally
writes for Harlequin Blaze--where her romantic suspense books get a steamier
twist, and her military heroes have been especially popular. She has also
written for continuities and other special projects at Harlequin/Silhouette.
Julie is a teacher who grew up in Missouri
and now lives in Nebraska with her husband (a teacher and YA author), son (a
college student majoring in Music Business) and an assortment of spoiled
pets. She's been dubbed the resident "Grammar Goddess" of her local writing
group the Prairieland Romance Writers. You may write Julie at P.O. Box 5162,
Grand Island, NE 68802-5162 or email her questions or comments at the
contact address below.
Check out Julie's
seasonal book giveaway contests, monthly
newsletter and more on her website at
|A bookworm from the age of ten,
Robin L. Rotham lived vicariously through daring, romantic heroines for
nearly twenty years, dreaming all the while of one day writing her own
romance novels, as well as her own happily ever after.
When she finally found her real-life hero, he wasn't quite what--or
where--she expected. Undaunted, she chased him over three states and
four years before he finally swept her off her feet. They’ve been
married for more than ten years, have three children, and live on a farm
in rural Nebraska.
The realities of home and family kept her from fulfilling her other
dream for ten more years, but Robin finally succumbed to the writing bug
in 2005 and cranked out her first novel on a used laptop from eBay in
less than seven weeks. Alien Overnight is her second completed novel.
You can contact Robin at
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