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Rob Hart has been a political reporter, the communications director for a politician, a commissioner for the city of New York, and is currently a publisher. His first standalone novel ‘The Warehouse’ is now out. It’s a dystopian thriller set in an America addicted to consumerism. Gun violence, climate change and unemployment have ravaged the nation, and an online retail giant named Cloud reigns supreme.
Julie McSorely is a writer and illustrator living in Mijas Costa. She is the author of a true crime story, ‘Out of the Box’, which has received widespread publicity. She and Marcus McSorely have now written their debut fictional crime thriller ‘She’, where a woman’s quest for revenge leaves a trail of mischief and mayhem in its wake.
Stephen Wyatt is an award-winning writer for radio, theatre and television. He created two classic Dr. Who stories, co-wrote Cameron Mackintosh’s first independent musical production, and worked with Patrick Stewart on two plays about Raymond Chandler in Hollywood. His latest novel ‘The World and His Wife’ is about a mismatched Victorian marriage between writer Edward Bulwer-Lytton and Rosina Wheeler.
S.L Briden is deeply interested in the Dark Ages history of the UK. Inspired by the age-old legends of King Arthur, she loves creating historic fantasy tales full of adventure and edge-of-your-seat suspense. When she was widowed in her 30’s, she began focused on writing ‘Shadows of a Phoenix’ – an epic, historic fantasy series that she drafted with her husband before his untimely death. She hopes to inspire other young widows not to give up on their dreams.