Meet Our Authors

 

We are a group of People who Write and we each have different interests and we choose our own topics.  I hope you enjoy each one. In no particular  order, I give you the Writing Wranglers and Warriors:

 

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Gayle IrwinGayle Irwin

Gayle Irwin writes inspirational dog stories for children and adults. She’s a published author, a contributing writer to several Chicken Soup for the Soul compilations, and a freelance writer for newspapers and magazines. A former conservation and humane educator, she assists pet rescue groups in various ways, including special events and transports. She enjoys sharing with others the beauty of nature and the special bond between people and pets, and often weaves life lessons from creation and creatures into her writing. Visit her website at www.gaylemirwin.com.

 

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Jennifer Flaten

 

 

 

 

Cher’ley writes different genres. “The Journey Back–One Joy at a Time” is a devotional book. “Stamp Out Murder” is a cozy mystery, “The Secret in Grandma’s Trunk is a YA novel, and “Four Moons and Fair Ladies” is a Historical Western Romance.  Cher’ley is featured in the anthologies, “Boys Will Be Boys”,  “Cowboys, Creatures & Calico” “Small Town America” and “West Virginia Memories”. She has won contests and awards. Her poems, short stories and articles are published online and in print books.. She drives an eighteen-wheeler, and enjoys photography, painting, fishing, reading, walking, dancing, and long, long baths. She loves the Lord, her husband, children, grandchildren, and her Cairn Terrier, Tootsie. Here’s a link to her Amazon Page http://www.amazon.com/Cherley-Grogg/e/B007UVFEYE  and here’s a link to her Facebook Fan Page https://www.facebook.com/cherleygroggfanpage

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  Erin FarwellErin Farwell

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Kathy Waller

 

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Travis Richardson

Travis has been a finalist for the Macavity short story award in 2014 and 2015 as well as the Anthony short story award in 2014. His novella LOST IN CLOVER was listed in Spinetingler Magazine’s Best Crime Fiction of 2012. He has published stories in  crime fiction publications such as Thuglit, Shotgun Honey, Flash Fiction Offensive, Dark Corners, Spinetingler, and All Due Respect. He edits the Sisters-In-Crime Los Angeles newsletter Ransom Notes, reviews Anton Chekhov short stories at www.chekhovshorts.com, and sometimes shoots a short movie. His latest novella, KEEPING THE RECORD, concerns a disgraced baseball player who will do anything to keep his tainted home run record.  www.tsrichardson.com


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Kate Wyland

 

 

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Stephanie Stamm Stephanie Stamm is the author of the mature YA urban fantasy series The Light-Bringer. Originally from Kentucky, she lived in Chicago, where many of the characters in The Light-Bringer Series (angelic and otherwise) reside, and Southwest Michigan before moving to Atlanta. She balances writing with a corporate day job and the care of her two feline companions. www.stephanieastamm.com

 

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S. J. brown is a wildlife photographer & Author. For 15 years she has traveled extensively throughout the United States in pursuit of wildlife encounters. Much to the dismay of her spotter, and husband this often involves trekking through thick brush, muddy trails, rocky seas or secluded locations, but the interaction with wildlife makes it all worth it.
S. J. Brown’s photographs and written words are a way to share her encounters with others. The time she spends with students and adults discussing photography, and wildlife hopefully inspires others to explore their creative side.
www.sjbrown.50megs.com
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Sarah M. Chen Sarah M. Chen

Sarah M. Chen has worked a variety of odd jobs, usually all at once, ranging from studio script reader to bartender. She continues this trend today as an indie bookseller, transcriber, and private investigator assistant. Sarah’s crime fiction short stories have appeared in All Due Respect, Akashic’s Thursdaze series, Plan B magazine, and the latest Sisters in Crime/LA anthology. She has a noir novella set for a 2015 release as well as a children’s chapter book. www.sarahmchen.com.

 

 Stephen Buehler - Headshot 2 - red backgroundStephen W. Buehler

Stephen Buehler’s short fiction has been published in numerous on-line publications including, Akashic Books. His Derringer nominated short story, Not My Day, appeared in the Last Exit to Murder anthology. The Mindreading Murders, a novella about a magician will be published in 2015. Stephen runs ReWriteDr, a script/story consultant company. He is also a magician and a dog owner. www.stephenbuehler

 

                           Barbara Schlichting

IMG_3075(1)  Barb’s Books    A First Lady Mystery Series which weaves modern day characters with historical attributes.  DOLLEY MADISON: The Blood Spangled Banner.  MARY LINCOLN: Words Could Kill.

6 Responses to Meet Our Authors

  1. Sara says:

    Hello, I was curious as to if you’re interested in re-designing you site for a fresher look?

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  2. Joe Megeath says:

    Interesting group and interesting writing – do you have a common bond?

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    • Wranglers says:

      Hi Joe, glad to have you reading our blog. The only common bond we have is our love for writing, promoting our stories or books and we enjoy blogging. Cher’ley

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  3. I’m also a writer and read your blog regularly. I have a post I would like to contribute. I was just about to put it on my blog when it occurred to me it would be more suitable for this one. How do I go about querying or submitting something to be posted?

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    • Wranglers says:

      Hi, Abbie, I’ve been watching you following us and leaving comments. We are so glad to have you. We don’t usually have guest bloggers, we’re in this writing blog group and each of us takes turns posting. Sometimes, we have had guest bloggers, but not often. I can ask the group. What is your blog about? Cher’ley

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