Founders and Co-Founders
Courtney Koschel has been writing since she could hold a crayon. She has worked as a journalist, editor, technical writer, and technical editor. Young adult fiction is near and dear to her heart, which is why she writes YA and all of its glorious sub-genres. When not writing, you can find her reading, freelance editing, blogging, or on some social media site. She is from Alabama but now lives in Colorado with her husband, Siberian husky, miniature dachshund, and tuxedo cat.
Tonia Marie Harris is a mother, writer, poet, bookworm, and blogger. She lives in rural Illinois with her husband, three children, and their rescue pets. Tonia writes YA dark paranormal and urban fantasy. She watches Doctor Who and bad horror movies in her spare time. Chocolate is her kryptonite. Find Tonia on Facebook or Twitter and read more on her blog http://passionfind.wordpress.com .
Heather L. Reid eats mayonnaise on her fries, loves men in kilts, and met her husband playing Star Wars Galaxies online.This native Texan now lives with her Scottish hubby in North Ayrshire, Scotland, where she wanders the moors in search of William Wallace. She has been a guest blogger on Writer Unboxed and blogs on her own website http://www.heatherlreid.com/. Her debut YA paranormal novel, Pretty Dark Nothing will be released by Month 9 Books on April 23, 2013.
Jamie Raintree writes what she likes to call everyday fairytale love stories, featuring the little moments in life that are truly magical. She’s a NaNoWriMo-aholic and looks forward to that thirty days of coffee-drinking, twitter-whining, blog-ranting, life-questioning insanity each November like her life depends on it. She lives in Arizona with her husband and daughter and is currently editing her second novel. To read her web fiction, visit her website at http://jamieraintree.com. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter.
Jani Grey is a South African ambivert, writer, reader, optimist, and bacon enthusiast. Oh, and she’s owned by a snobbish black cat. When her boss isn’t looking she writes, revises, or edits YA Urban Fantasies in between work. She’s sneaky like that. Like Jaimie, she’s a NaNoWriMo addict and is currently working on two NaNo novels. You can find her at her blog, Life Debatable.
Rebecca Fields is a modern gypsy, roaming from place to place in search of – well, she’ll let you know when she finds it. Writing has become a way for her to share her adventures, both real and imagined. Along with her on her journey are her son and an assortment of rescued animals. When she’s not planning her next move (okay, even when she is), she’s busy writing, reading or playing… ahem… networking on social media sites. www.fatesisters.blogspot.com