Meet Our Authors
Robert Sherman has been a clinical psychologist since 1977. As a photographer and a mystic, Robert has traveled around the world. His photography has appeared in the UN Chronicle and Nashville Arts Magazine…(more)
Kevin Gross is a multi-genre writer from New Jersey. He graduated from Rowan University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. He is most inspired by thriller novels, alternative/punk music, unusual films, and art of all kinds… (more)
Alex Schumacher is an author-illustrator who grew up in the “Salad Bowl of the World” surrounded by fields, family and a passion for storytelling. During a stint in the Bay Area of California, Alex became involved with both the regional chapter of the National Cartoonist Society and the Cartoon Art Museum… (more)
Tammy Roth was born to teenage parents and was raised in a trailer in Kentucky. She grew up with a tenacity to make a difference in the world. However, for years, she was blind to her own alcoholism. She rationalized her drinking as way to cope with the stress of earning two masters degrees from Nashville, Tennessee’s Vanderbilt University while working full time and beginning her career as a therapist…(more)
Josie Kuhn is an internationally acclaimed recording artist, singer, songwriter and guitarist. She has been called “One of the leading ladies of the Americana movement,” and, by Jim Ridley, managing editor of the Nashville Scene, “One of the greatest unsung singer, songwriters of the last 20 years.” Her five CDs have received rave reviews and awards abroad including “Best Tex-Mex” for Walks with Lions (in Norway) and “One of the best albums of 2005” for La Luna Loca (in England). Josie has toured and shared the stage with Rick Danko (of The Band), Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris, the Mavericks, and many others… (more)
B.J. Sheldon grew up a farmer’s daughter outside of Hull, Iowa, the setting of her YA paranormal romance, Haunting. She graduated from the University of Phoenix with a bachelor’s degree in Project Management. After losing her job in 2009, she rediscovered her love of writing and hasn’t looked back since...(more).
After 26 years as a professor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, Steve Schach, a Cape Town, South Africa native, recently moved to Sydney, Australia. Before he began writing thrillers… (more)
Sharon Stein is a pediatric radiologist. Born in Cape Town, South Africa, Sharon was a professor of radiology and radiological sciences at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee, and an examiner for the American Board of Radiology….(more)
Emily Davidson Nemoy is a writer, yogi and music fanatic. She has been published in Bust magazine, Number,Nashville Arts magazine, Southern Arts Journal, San Diego Troubadour, Fahrenheit, Relish and on Fashionista.com…(more)
Michael Mann has been a cab driver, a shrimp fisherman, a swim coach, a stone carver, a college instructor, a concierge—and through it all—a writer. He has a B.A. in Creative Writing, an M.A. in Literature, and a Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies, which he taught for several years…(more)
Jessica Adanich, a graphic designer by day, originally studied industrial automotive design at the Cleveland Institute of Art, but she soon learned it wasn’t really her thing. She gave product and toy design a shot, but found that area limiting, as well. “All I was doing was drawing hair dryers and coffee pots,” she explains….(more)
Barbara Bourne has been shooting professionally since the early 1980s, where—at the time—she worked in Washington D.C., for the Mayflower Hotel. She photographed politicians and celebrities and handled corporate portraits and events. Her work eventually evolved into architectural photography, which became her main focus for many years...(more).
Victoria Shockley is a writer and editor, an avid reader of fiction, and a senior at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. She’s majoring in English with a concentration in language and writing and will graduate in June of 2014, a year ahead of her class….(more)
Kristina Turnage grew up in South Carolina but now she calls North Carolina home. A senior at North Carolina State University, she will be graduating in the spring of 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in English…(more)
Josh Boone is a high school student at Dickson County High School in Tennessee. He was in the eighth grade when he began his work on Herc Ramone, the first installment of his young adult fantasy series. In his debut novel, he includes several personal experiences, including his own struggles with a physical disability. He is currently looking forward to his summer break from school so he can work on the sequel.
Author, Aaron Dixey, grew up in England, where he spent the first 25 years of his life, before relocating to the United States. He now lives in Delaware with his beautiful wife, four children and a house full of pets. Growing up in England, Aaron was surrounded by grand castles, charming period properties and miles of open green land…(more)