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MarcyKate.com, and she can also be found on Twitter. MarcyKate is represented by Suzie Townsend of New Leaf Literary.
INKROCK.com. The first book in his debut series, The Revelation Saga, is due in 2014 by Medallion Press. Stephen is represented by John Rudolph of Dystel & Goderich Literary Management.
Just Jemi, as well as in the Twitter-verse.
Crossing the Helix or find her on Twitter.
Jello World. She recently started tweeting and would love to see you there as well.
Dances With Films Best Screenplay award in 2000. He has been working with the festival ever since. His manuscripts include Hannah's Adventures in Space and Billy Bobble Has a Magic Wand, and he blogs here.
here as well as on Facebook. Litgal is the moniker she uses on AgentQuery Connect. For more on Sophie and her book, The Sister Queens, please check out her website.
In The Jungle and tries to cram full thoughts into 140 characters here.
The Elephant's Bookshelf.
Viridis and Devil on a Sparrow's Wing. She also has a steampunk clothing craft book due out in September 2012. When not running things over with a sewing machine or lacing herself into a corset, Calista can be found tapping away on her laptop, tormenting her characters, and riddling the streets of Victorian London with dead bodies and heaving bosoms. She’s also a creative cook who can't follow recipes, a versatile crafter, and a happy geek. For more on Calista, check out her website, Calista Taylor, her blog, A Steampunk Reverie or follow her on Twitter.
Twitter, and at her website Charleevale.com.
Cat Woods knows kids. During the day, she moonlights as a preschool teacher, youth director and court advocate. At night, she bravely raises four kids, a geriatric black lab and a sock-eating pup with the help of her Dear Hubby. Inspired by the abundant novel fodder, she pens juvenile adventures in her off-time. Current projects include a MG ghost story and a YA psychological thriller. Her pirate chapter book is making the submission rounds with her capable agent, Stephen Fraser. Writing credits in the adult arena include poetry, short stories, articles and contracted work. She blogs at Words from the Woods.
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website and on Twitter.
NeedleCity and at Criminal Element, and twits sporadically and nonsensically as @robertklewis. Robert is agented by the amazing and vivacious Barbara Poelle of the Irene Goodman Literary Agency. For more on Robert, visit his website, Robert K. Lewis.