List of Clients   


List of Fiction Clients (in alphabetical order)
Notes:
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Tamera Alexander
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Tamera Alexander is a bestselling novelist whose works have been awarded and nominated for numerous honors, including the Christy Award, the RITA Award, and the Carol Award. After seventeen years in Colorado, Tamera and her husband have returned to their native South and live in Tennessee, where they enjoy spending time with their two grown children, and a ten pound silky terrier named Jack.

Nikki Arana
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Nikki Arana is the author of the The Winds of Sonoma (Baker Books). It was chosen as one of the top twenty best books of 2005 by Christianbook.com and named winner of the Beacon award. She is under contract for more multi-cultural books.

Nina Bangs
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Author of A Taste of Darkness (Leisure) , Night Bites (Dorchester); and Wicked Nights (Berkley)

Nina Bangs, the USA Today bestselling author, is known for her "witty, charming, sexy" tales. Before settling down to a teaching career, she dabbled in a variety of jobs ranging from working with Arabian horses to singing in Irish pubs. 

Angela Benson
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Angela is the author of over a dozen books including The Amen Sisters (Walk Worthy Press/Warner 2005) which hit #10 on the Essence Bestseller list, Awakening Mercy (Tyndale) Rita finalist and a Christy finalist and Abiding Hope winner of the EMMA Award for Excellence in African-American Christian romance.  Angela received two Masters degrees (Spelman College and Georgia Tech), worked 15 years in the telecommunications industry, and recently completed a doctorate in instructional technology at the University of Georgia. She currently works as an assistant professor at a major research institution while also working on her next book under contract.


Cheryl Bolen
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Cheryl Bolen is the acclaimed author of eight Regency-set historical novels published by Harlequin Historical and Zebra. Her books have placed in several writing contests, including the Daphne du Maurier, and have been translated into eleven languages. She was named Notable New Author in 1999, and in 2006 she won the Holt Medallion for Best Historical Novel. A former journalist who admits to a fascination with dead English women, Bolen is a regular contributor to The Regency Plume, The Regency Reader, and The Quizzing Glass . Many of her articles on Regency England can be found on her website, www.CherylBolen.com.


Maggie Brendan
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Maggie Brendan's interests are writing, reading, singing. Spending time with her family. Maggie loves "the Rocky Mountains and all things Western. I love Christian Radio, especially Right From the Heart program” .She has been on the CBA Bestseller List (The Jewel of His Heart).


Margaret Brownley
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Margaret started her career writing inspirational nonfiction and has published more than four hundred articles in such national magazines as Working Mother, Modern Bride, Westways, Instructor, and McCalls. In addition to her nonfiction experience, Margaret is also the author of 22 novels written for Penguin, St. Martin’s Press, Harlequin, and Time Warner. Her books have appeared on Waldenbooks, B. Dalton, and Ingram’s bestseller lists. Her work appeared in an anthology that made the USA Today bestseller list and was picked up by Doubleday Book Club.


Nina Bruhns
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Nina Bruhns joined the agency in 2007. Her successful writing career includes the following awards: National Readers' Choice Award, the Daphne du Maurier Award (twice), the Dorothy Parker Award (five times), the Golden Chalice Award, the Beacon Award, the Colorado Award of Excellence, the Lories, the Write Touch Readers Award. She lives in South Carolina.


Candace Calvert
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Former ER nurse Candace Calvert gives readers a chance to “scrub in” on the exciting world of emergency medicine. Her new Mercy Hospital Series for Tyndale House offers charismatic characters, pulse-pounding action, tender romance, humor, suspense--and an encouraging prescription for hope. Think “Grey's Anatomy finds its soul.” Critical Care, June 2009.


Pamela Clare
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Author of Hard Evidence (Berkley Sensation) , Unlawful Contact (Berkley Sensation), and Carnal Gift (Leisure).

Best-selling writer of historical romance and contemporary romantic suspense. An archaeologist by training, Pamela Clare worked as an investigative journalist for 20 years and is a woman of many accomplishments aside from her extraordinary writing gift.  Pamela draws on her experiences with death threats and high-risk situations as a journalist in her suspense novels as her writing career moves rapidly upward to lead author status.


Amy Clipston

Amy Clipston is the award-winning and best-selling author of the Kauffman Amish Bakery series with Zondervan, a division of HarperCollins Christian Publishing. She is a graduate of Virginia Wesleyan College and a member of the Authors Guild, American Christian Fiction Writers, and Romance Writers of America. Amy lives in North Carolina with her husband, two sons, mother, and four spoiled-rotten cats.


Debra Clopton
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Debra lives in the small Texas town of Madisonville with her dog Bogie, a wrinkled Chinese Shar-Pei. When Debra isn't writing on her next book she loves to renovate houses and take long or short road trips—as long as she's doing the driving. Debra's readers have described her books as refreshingly funny, a breath of fresh air, reflective, entertaining, exciting, and the list goes on. Debra praises God for giving her the ability to weave a story, a talent she has dedicated back to Him.


Mary Connealy
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Mary says this about her writing ..." I have all these things, I want to say, in my head; the perfect zinger to the rude cashier, which you think of an hour after you've left the store, the perfect bit of wisdom when someone needs help, which doesn't occur to you until they solve their problems themselves, the perfect guilt trip for the kids, which you don't say because you're not an idiot. I keep all this wit to myself, much to the relief of all who know me, and then I write all my great ideas into books. It's therapeutic if nothing else, and more affordable than a psychiatrist."


Nadine Dajani
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Nadine Dajani is an author of multicultural women's fiction. Her first novel Fashionably Late with an Arab heroine set in Montreal and Cuba was published in 2007 by TOR Books.


Zuri Day
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Zuri day is a hopeful romantic. She believes in happy endings, half-full glasses and dreams coming true. Zuri doesn't remember exactly how old she was when she picked up her first romance novel, but she does remember it was love at first sight. "It took me away from a fairly dull and routine existence growing up in a small Kassas town"

Things aren't dull and routine anymore. Zuri now resides in Los Angeles with her family and when she isn't writing loves to travel the world, cook vegetarian food, work out, watch sports, attend concerts and theatre and enjoy the simple things of life.


Melanie Dickerson

Melanie Dickerson is the author of The Healer's Apprentice and The Merchant's Daughter, both Christy Award finalists, winner of The National Reader's Choice Award for 2010's Best First Book, and winner of the 2012 Carol Award in Young Adult fiction. She earned her bachelor's degree in special education from The University of Alabama. She has taught children with special needs in Georgia and Tennessee, and English to adults in Germany and Ukraine. Now she spends her time writing and taking care of her husband and two daughters near Huntsville, Alabama.


Melanie Dobson
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Melanie Dobson is the author of eleven historical and contemporary novels. Two of her novels won Carol Awards in 2011— The Silent Order (romantic suspense) and Love Finds You in Homestead, Iowa (historical romance). Love Finds You in Liberty, Indiana , her historical romance novel about a Quaker woman who runs a station on the Underground Railroad, has sold 35,000 copies and was selected “Best Novel of Indiana” in 2010. Melanie is the former corporate publicity manager at Focus on the Family and owner of Dobson Media Group. Because of her husband's work in the film industry, their family has lived in multiple states as well as Germany. Jon and Melanie have adopted two girls and help lead the orphan care ministry at Solid Rock Church near Portland, Oregon.


Leanna Ellis
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Leanna Ellis has written a wonderful, wacky, heartfelt novel titled Elvis Takes A Back Seat.  Winner of the Readers Choice Award and Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart Award.  A former teacher, she now homeschools her own children.  With her husband, two children and wide assortment of pets, she makes her home in Texas.


Kellie Coates Gilbert

Kellie Coates Gilbert is a former legal investigator and trial paralegal who writes with a sympathetic, intimate knowledge of how people react under pressure. Kellie's books tell emotionally poignant stories about women in life-changing circumstances. She writes about messy lives . . . and eternal hope. Kellie currently makes her home in Dallas, Texas with her husband and a very spoiled 2.7 lb. Yorkie named Emmie Sweetpea.


Cathy Gohlke
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Cathy Gohlke's first novel, William Henry Is a Fine Name, won the Christy Award. Her second novel, I Have Seen Him in the Watchfires, won the Christy Award, the American Christian Fiction Writer's Book of the Year Award, and was listed by Library Journal as one of their picks for Best of 2008. Cathy has worked as a school librarian, drama director for adults and young people, and as a director of children's and education ministries. Cathy lives with her husband on the banks of the Laurel Run in Maryland.


Linda Goodnight
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Winner of the RITA Award for excellence in inspirational fiction, Linda Goodnight has also won the Booksellers' Best, ACFW Book of the Year, and a Reviewers' Choice Award from Romantic Times Magazine. Linda has appeared on the Christian bestseller list and her romance novels have been translated into more than a dozen languages. Active in orphan ministry, this former nurse and teacher enjoys writing fiction that carries a message of hope and light in a sometimes dark world. She and husband Gene live in Oklahoma with their daughter, Masha.  


Leigh Greenwood
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Author of the Texas Tender (Leisure); A Texan's Honor (Leisure); and The Cowboys series of novels.

Leigh Greenwood is the author of over thirty novels. His book, The Independent Bride, was a USA Today Best-seller in 2005. He is a former president of Romance Writers of America. He is the proud parent of three children. He lives in North Carolina. He writes historical and contemporary romance.


Robin Lee Hatcher
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Robin Lee Hatcher is the best-selling author of over sixty books.  Her numerous awards including the 2000 Christy Award for Excellence in Christian Fiction, the 1999 and 2001 RITA Awards for Best Inspirational Romance, Romantic Times Career Achievement Awards for Americana Romance and for Inspirational Fiction, the 2011 Idahope Writer of the Year, and the 2001 RWA Lifetime Achievement Award. Catching Katie was named one of the Best Books of 2004 by the Library Journal.
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Ruth Logan Herne
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Award-winning author and public speaker, Ruth Logan Herne writes evocative stories of warmth, grace and humor set in small towns. A city girl who transplanted to a farm, Ruthy weaves experiential learning with God's grace to craft the tales her readers love. She is the author of the highly acclaimed North Country series, the Men of Allegany County series and has just contracted a new series with Love Inspired Books. Ruthy's “Kirkwood Lake” series will tackle constraints facing current law enforcement agencies while celebrating life, love and God's perfect timing. A resident of upstate New York, her notable awards include:
2011 Carol Award Finalist:  “Winter's End” Love Inspired Books, March 2010
2010 Book of the Year, Philosophy of Romance Blog  :  “Made to Order Family”  Love Inspired Books, September 2010
2011 Holt Medallion Award of Merit:  Best First Book:  “Winter's End”   Love Inspired Books, March 2010
Woman's World, July 2010 : “Best Beach Read”:  “Winter's End”  Love Inspired Books  March 2010


Nancy Herriman
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Nancy Herriman's story The Irish Healer placed second for Historical Fiction in the ACFW 2009 Genesis contest. She has been a finalist in other contests and won the 2006 RWA Daphne du Maurier award for Best Unpublished Mystery/Romantic Suspense. Nancy lives in the Midwest with her husband and two teenaged children, and is very active in the music ministry of her church.


Samantha Hunter
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When she's not writing, reading about writing, thinking about writing, or talking about writing, Samantha Hunter enjoys spending time with family and friends ... walking with her dogs and her husband (usually picking his brain on plots and character development, or talking about books they are reading at the time), learning to quilt, working in the unruly gardens that surround her house, and reading. Samantha lives in Syracuse NY. Her recent novel Untouched , was a 2008 RITA finalist in the Series: Suspense and Adventure category.


Melissa Jagears
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Melissa Jagears is stay-at-home mother to two small children on a tiny Kansas farm with a fixer-upper house. She is an ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher as well as being her church's financial secretary. She's a member of ACFW and CROWN fiction marketing. Her passion is to help Christian believers mature in their faith and judge rightly.


Myra Johnson
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Myra Johnson's roots go deep into Texas soil, but she's proud to be a new Oklahoman. Empty-nesters now, she and her husband share their home in Broken Arrow with two loveable dogs and a snobby parakeet. Her debut nove., One Imperfect Christmans, is a September 2009 release from Abingdon Press.

Myra writes full-time and is active in her church as well as local and national writers' groups.


Sherry Jones
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Sherry Jones is a journalist and the author of the acclaimed novel about A'isha the wife of Muhammad: The J ewel of Medina.

Sherry states that — "Writing isn't all I do. I'm a gourmet cook, a classical pianist (or at least I try to be), mother of a terrific teenage daughter, and a student of languages. I believe in human rights, peaceful solutions to conflict, protection of the environment, freedom of speech, and a spirituality whose only tenet is that God is love. And, after all the turmoil surrounding my book in 2008, I'm an impassioned believer in the power of the written word. I hope to use this power, as the old saying goes, for good and not evil."


Debra Kastner

The only thing that beats a romantic happily-ever-after ending is a happily-ever-after ending in Christ. Award-winning author Deb Kastner strives to create a cord of three strands between the hero, the heroine, and the Savior.  Writing contemporary romance and romantic suspense, Deb's books contain sigh-worthy heroes and strong heroines facing obstacles that draw them closer to each other and the Lord.

Deb lives in Colorado with her husband, two of her three grown daughters (the middle one flew the coop!), two wonderful grandchildren and a pack of dogs.  Full house!  Spoiling her grandchildren is her favorite hobby, but she also enjoys movies, music, reading and musical theater.


Glynna Kaye
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Glynna Kaye treasures memories of growing up in small Midwestern Towns - Missouri, Iowa, Illinois - and vacations spent in another small community with the Texan side of the family. She traces her love of storytelling to the many times a houseful of great aunts and uncles gathered with her grandma to share hours of what they called "windjammers" — candid, heartwarming, poignant and often humorous tales of their youth. A graduate of the University of Northern Iowa, Glynna now lives in Arizona. When she is not writing, she enjoys gardening, reading, photography, and exploring he great outdoors.


Harry Kraus
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Harry Kraus is a surgeon, living in Virginia, as well as a fiction and nonfiction author. He is currently back in the USA on furlough from his mission hospital in East Africa. In Africa he lived in Kijabe, Kenya with his family, having volunteered for four years to work in ameliorating medical problems there.   He is the highly regarded author of several inspirational suspense novels. He is also the author of the spiritual nonfiction works: Breathing Grace, and Domesticated Jesus.


Patti Lacy
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The Still, Small Voice encouraged Patti to write after a brave Irish friend shared memories of betrayal and her decision to forgive. In 2008, An Irishwoman's Tale was published by Kregel Publications. Patti's second novel, What the Bayou Saw , draws on the memories of two young girls who refused to let segregation, a chain link fence, and a brutal rape come between them.

The secrets women keep and why they keep them continue to capture Patti's imagination. She writes full time, teaches Bible studies and seminars, and attends book signings. Patti and her husband live in Illinois and have two grown children, and a dog named Laura.


Julie Lessman
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Julie is the author of a forthcoming historical inspirational series set in turn of the century Boston and Ireland to be published by Revell Books.  The first book was A Passion Most Pure. Julie is a commercial writer,  a published poet and a 2005 Golden Heart Finalist. She has a heart to write mainstream novels  reaching the 21st-century woman with compelling love stories laced with Gods precepts.  She resides in High Ridge, Missouri with her husband, Keith, their two children, Matt and Amy, and their Golden Retriever, Bunker.


Kelly Long
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Kelly Long is the author of Sarah's Garden, the first novel in the Patch of Heaven series. She was born and raised in the mountains of Northern Pennsylvania. She’s been married for nearly 25 years and has five children.


Dorothy Love
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Dorothy Love launched her literary career as D. Anne Love, publishing twelve novels for preteens and young adults. Her books have garnered numerous awards and honors. In addition to her native state of Tennessee and her adopted home state of Texas, Dr. Love has lived and worked in Illinois, Iowa, Ohio, and California. A popular speaker at workshops and writers' conferences nationwide, she teaches creative writing in the summer MFA program at Hollins University. She makes her home in the Texas hill country with her husband and their two golden retrievers.


Lutishia Lovely
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Lutisha states that ... "Through my many personas and/or titles, words-and creative ways to express them-have been the common denominator: actress, poet, radio/tv host, editor, writer. It's been about a love of expression, and still is. "
Lutishia's first novel Sex in the Sanctuary was published in 2007. Love Like Hallelujah was published in January 2008.


Connie Mason
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Highland Warrior (Leisure), A Breath of Scandal (Leisure), The Price of Pleasure (Leisure)

Connie Mason is a New York Times best-selling author of more than thirty historical romances and novellas. Connie was named Storyteller of the Year in 1990 by Romantic Times, and was awarded a Career Achievement award in the Western category by Romantic Times in 1993. Connie makes her home in Florida.


Creston Mapes
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Creston Mapes has written marketing and magazine copy for clients such as Coca-Cola, The Weather Channel, Focus on the Family, ABC-TV, Johnson Controls, Haggai Institute, The Southern Company, Oracle Corporation, In Touch Ministries, BellSouth, Stein Communications, Mission to the World, and many others. He enjoys creating inspirational fiction. His debut novel, DARK STAR: CONFESSIONS OF A ROCK IDOL, was published by Multnomah Publishers in June of 2005.

As he has for 22 years, Creston resides in the Atlanta metropolitan area with his hometown sweetheart and four marvelous children. He loves reading, painting, morning runs with his dog, family outings, watching hockey, going on dates with his wife, meeting friends for coffee, and spending time in God's Word.


Mia Marlowe
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Award-winning author Mia Marlowe learned much of what she knows about writing from singing. A classically trained soprano, she gleaned the elements of storytelling while performing operatic roles. Opera requires its divas to be versatile, so Mia learned to write in several subgenres and under different pen names. Her Mia Marlowe paranormal historicals are as magical and full of action as a Broadway musical. The dark, angsty Diana Groe novels are dramatic as Grand Opera. She describes her light-hearted Emily Bryan stories as Gilbert & Sullivan . . . with sex!

Her books have been translated into German, Dutch, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish. She regularly receives fan mail from around the globe. Mia and her husband have lived in nine different states, but she now makes her home in the heart of New England.


Maureen McKade
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A Reason to Live (Berkley) ; To Find You Again (Berkley)

Maureen McKade is the author of historical romance and contemporary romances. Maureen's first book, Winter Hearts, was a finalist for both the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart and Rita Awards. Maureen lives in North Dakota.


Mary Miley
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Mary Miley has been a free-lance writer since 1986. She has published eight nonfiction books and more than 175 magazine articles, most on history, travel, and business topics. In 2012, her manuscript won the Mystery Writers of America/Minotaur Books contest for First Crime Novel, and The Impersonator will be published in 2013. Mary lives with her husband, an attorney, in Richmond, Virginia. Her greatest pleasures are travel, playing the pipe organ, and reading mysteries.


Vanessa Miller
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Vanessa Miller of Dayton, Ohio is a best-selling author, playwright, and motivational speaker. Her stage productions include: Get You Some Business, Don’t Turn Your Back on God, and Can’t You Hear Them Crying. A perfect day for Vanessa is one that affords her the time to curl up with a good book. She is currently working on the Live Right or Die Trying Series. The books in this series, although they can be categorized as suspense thrillers, will still have elements of God’s redemptive power throughout the stories.


Siri Mitchell
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Siri Mitchell graduated from the University of Washington with a business degree and worked in various levels of government. As a military spouse, she has lived all over the world, including Paris and Tokyo. Siri enjoys observing and learning from different cultures. She is fluent in French and loves sushi. Two of her novels, Chateu of Echoes and The Cubicle Next Door have been Christy Award finalists. She has been called one of the clearest, most original voices in the CBA.


Kathleen Morgan
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Child of the Mist (Baker); Embrace the Dawn (Tyndale); Daughter of Joy (Baker)

Kathy Morgan has written over 25 novels and established a reputation as an author of Christian women's and fantasy fiction. Her book Embrace the Dawn was the winner of the 2002 Rose Award for best inspirational novel. Kathleen lives with her husband in Colorado. Giver of Roses (Baker 2005) launches a new inspirational fantasy series.


Eliot Pattison
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Author of The Skull Mantra; Bone Rattler ; Prayer of the Dragon

Eliot Pattison is the winner of the Edgar Award for The Skull Mantra (St. Martin's Press) .  His novel Bone Rattler, a mystery set in colonial America was published by Carroll & Graf in December 2007.   His novels are popular in countries all over the world. He has had bestsellers in Germany and France. His numerous books and articles on international policy issues have been published on three continents. Eliot lives in an 18th century farmhouse in Pennsylvania.


Carter Phipps
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Carter Phipps is an author, journalist, and leading voice in the emerging field of Evolutionary Spirituality. For the past decade, as executive editor of EnlightenNext magazine, he has been at the forefront of contemporary spiritual, philosophical, and cultural discourse, and his writings have played a key role in making important new thinking accessible to a wider audience.  His first book, Evolutionaries: Unlocking the Spiritual and Cultural Potential of Science's Greatest Idea, will be published by Harper Perennial in June 2012.


Naomi Rawlings
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A summa cum laude graduate with an English Education degree, Naomi Rawlings has been writing inspirational romance for over two years. Her latest completed manuscript, Her Journey's End , recently finaled in the 2011 Genesis Contest. Naomi lives in Michigan's rugged Upper Peninsula with her two young boys and her wonderful husband, who pastors a small church.


Kimberly Raye
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Author of Sucker For Love; and Just One Bite

Kimberley Raye writes steamy contemporary and paranormal romance.

Kimberly Raye has published more than 20 novels and has been nominated for several awards, including a Reviewer's Choice Award from Romantic Times magazine and a Rita Award, Romance Writers of America's highest award of excellence. She was born and bred in the Lone Star State where she lives with her husband and children.


Sandra Robbins
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Sandra Robbins is a native West Tennessean, and a former school teacher and principal. While working as a principal, Sandra came into contact with many people burdened with problems. Her writing ministry grew out of the need for hope that she saw in the lives of those around her. Her first attempts at creating a novel were directed toward historical romance. A childhood love of Nancy Drew mysteries, however, gave her a different direction. She now spends her days dreaming up mayhem and mystery in the lives of her characters.

Sandra is married and has four children and five grandchilren.


Anna Schmidt
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Author of Seaside Cinderella; and Matchmaker Matchmaker

Anna Schmidt is the author of over twenty contemporary and historical novels, and a two-time finalist for the coveted RITA award from Romance Writers of America. She was also a semi-finalist in the Nicholl Screenwriting Competition sponsored by the Academy of Arts and Sciences, and is the author of five nonfiction books on issues of aging including Parkinson's For Dummies (Wiley & Co.). Anna -- a transplanted Virginian -- resides in Wisconsin with her husband, Larry.


Boston Teran
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Boston Teran is the acclaimed author of four novels. God Is a Bullet is considered a cult classic that has been compared to such seminal works as Joan Didion's The White Album and John Ford's The Searchers. Never Count Out the Dead has been called a modern equivalent of MacBeth and his most recent work Three Women has been reviewed as “a true masterpiece.” The author has been published around the world and has been nominated or won such far reaching awards as the INTERNATIONAL IMPACT AWARD OF DUBLIN for Best Novel, the Best Novel of the Year in Japan and the John Creasy Award in England.


Missy Tippens
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Missy Tippens is a pastor's wife and mom of three. After ten years of pursuing her dream, she made her first sale of a full-length novel to Steeple Hill Love Inspired. She still pinches herself to see if it really happened! Her debut novel, Her Unlikely Family, was a 2009 American Christian Fiction Writers Book of the Year contest finalist and is now available in large print from Thorndike.


Ruth Trippy
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Ruth Trippy was born in western Michigan into a Dutch family with a mind-set and mores similar to the Victorian era she loves. She left home to teach high school language arts in Florida where she explored her love of apologetics.  A 19 th century romance novel helped her to recommit to her marriage and inspired her to pick up her pen to help others. She believes that romance fiction can not only bring encouragement, but just as importantly, be a metaphor for Christ's love of His bride the church, and she writes with this goal in mind.  She participates in classes, critique groups and writing conferences. She also belongs to Romance Writers of America and American Christian Fiction Writers. Ruth and her husband presently reside outside of Atlanta, Georgia.


Linda Urbach
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Linda is the author of two novels published by Putnam Books, one of which became a major motion picture starring Jill Clayburgh.  Her latest novel is Madame Bovary's Daughter.


Bonnie Vanak
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Bonnie Vanak is the author of five vivid, lushly sensual historical romances that have the unusual setting of Victorian Egypt and are endorsed by several New York Time best-selling authors.  These are exciting, passionate stories of desert sheiks and Victorian ladies entangled in dark mysterious plots.  The Sword and the Sheath will be out in 2007.  She is also writing paranormal romances for Harlequin's Nocturne line.   Bonnie works as an intrepid reporter constantly on assignment in third world countries like Nicauragua and Guatamala where she reports on situations of horrific suffering for a large international charity.


Beth Wiseman

Beth Wiseman is the best-selling author of the Daughters of the Promise series and the Land of Canaan series. Her books have held spots on the ECPA (Evangelical Christian Publishers Association) Bestseller List and the CBA (Christian Book Association) Bestseller List. She is a recipient of the prestigious Carol Award, two-time winner of the Inspirational Readers Choice Award, INSPY Award winner, and recipient of the coveted HOLT Medallion.


Joan Wolf
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In her pre-author life, Joan was a New York City high school English teacher. She turned to writing after she retired and stayed at home to raise my family. Over the years she has written forty-two books, including regency romances, regency historicals, straight historicals, contemporary romances, pre-histories and two medieval mysteries. Her books have consistently made the USA Today bestseller list and have also been on the bestseller list of the Washington Post. Her novel, The Arrangement, was named the ‘Best Romance Novel of the Year' by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and her Dark Ages trilogy of historical novels ( The Road to Avalon, Born of the Sun, and The Edge of Light) were cited by the New York City librarians and the North Carolina librarians as notable books.


Elizabeth Byler Younts
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Ruth Elizabeth Byler Younts used to be Amish after her parents converted she still grew up among her Amish family. She is still very close with them and still speaks Pennsylvania Dutch regularly. She is the author of an Amish memoir titled Seasons: A Real Story of an Amish Girl. Seasons is the story of her grandmother Lydia Lee Coblentz who grew up in an impoverished Amish Family through the Great Depression. Seasons was released in August 2011 and quickly became an Amazon bestseller in 3 categories. Elizabeth is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW). She is an air force officer's wife with two young daughters and makes her home wherever her family is stationed.



List of Nonfiction Clients (in alphabetical order)

Christopher Cokinos
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Hope is the Thing with Feathers (Tarcher/Warner)
The Fallen Sky: Eccentrics & Scientists in Pursuit of Shooting Stars (Tarcher/Warner) 2008

Christopher Cokinos is the author of the critically acclaimed — Hope Is the Thing with Feathers: A Personal Chronicle of Vanished Birds —(Tarcher/Putnam, 2000; Warner Books, 2001).  He is the winner of a Whiting Writer's Award, the Sigurd Olson Nature Writing Award, the Glasgow Prize for an Emerging Writer in Nonfiction and an Antarctic Visiting Artist and Writer Fellowship from the National Science Foundation.  His next nonfiction project, on meteorite hunters, is under contract with Tarcher.  He is an Assistant Professor of English at Utah State University, where he also is Editor of Isotope: A Journal of Literary Nature and Science Writing."


Mark Hanby & Roger Roth
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A skilled Bible expositor, lecturer, song writer, and Shakespearean dramatist Dr. Mark Hanby's work covers several decades of ministry seeking to bring a spiritual reformation to the Church and the world at large. Along with Roger Roth Sr. he has authored or co-authored eight books and delivered over five thousand inspirational message and teachings. Together they oversee Mark Hanby Ministries / Father Heart Ministries an internationally recognized teaching and resource center.


Toby Hemenway
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Gaia’s Garden (Chelsea Green)

Toby Hemenway is a professionally trained scientist, but he prefers spending time in his ever-evolving garden in Southern Oregon. He is an associate editor of The Permaculture Activist, North America's leading journal of ecological design.


Carter Phipps
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Carter Phipps is executive editor of EnlightenNext magazine. In his ten years with the magazine, he has been responsible for some of its most in-depth investigative features, including the The Real Evolution Debate, a spiritual and scientific analysis of evolutionary worldviews. .

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