Clients

Jamie 
Barber

Middle Grade Fiction

Jamie Barber writes middle grade fiction and has ghost-written many blogs for various companies over the years. She now owns a digital marketing agency.
When Jamie is not writing or working, she can be found shuffling her two children between activities or herding her two dogs, which are sometimes more challenging than the kids. Jamie enjoys her beach city, karaoke night with her husband, musical theatre, a tasty red wine, and of course reading. 

Ivanka
Fear

Cozy Mysteries

Ivanka is the writer of a series of fun mystery novels set in a small lakeside town, featuring an amateur female sleuth with a shady past. Her poems and short stories have been published in numerous literary journals in Canada, the US, and the UK.
Born in Slovenia, Ivanka now resides in Ontario, Canada, with her family and the stray cats that wandered in. When not reading and writing, she enjoys viewing mystery series and romance movies, gardening, going for walks, and watching the waves roll in at the lake.

Kristine
Lynn

Sweet Romance

Kristine is the author of contemporary novels Mountain Treasure and  Forbidden Treasure and has two romance novels due out in 2021 and 2022. 
Her erotic romance stories can be found in Bellesa, and her story "Before and After" was selected to appear in the 7th edition of Best Women's Erotica with Cleis Press, due out in December 2021.
Kristine also writes under the name Kama O'Connor; her essays and other stories have appeared in publications such as Zone 3, Bird's Thumb, Military Spouse Magazine, O-Dark-Thirty, Military Experience in the Arts. She was also a Pushcart nominee for a short story in her linked literary collection, Shrapnel.

Amber
Nadette

Picture Books

Amber was born forever ago and yesterday in beautiful Ontario, Canada.
After enjoying many places across the country and around the world, she has come home again to spend most of her days playing chef, chauffeur and cheerleader to some brilliant little wingnuts.
Every once in a while though, when the stars align and the coffee is hot, Amber is able to sit and create gems from the bubbling thoughts in her head.  

Brook Peterson

Middle Grade Fiction

As long as I can remember I have been reading mysteries. By the time I was about ten, I was writing my own and turning them into little stapled paperbacks for my family.

I'm thrilled to be writing books to share with all of you mystery lovers out there. My stories are sure to include long-held secrets, an antique or two, and a little bit of romance.

Tina
Petrick

Middle Grade Fiction

Tina is the author of humorous essays, "When I quit litigation for waitressing, I brought my killer instinct with me", "Dumped on reality TV", and the viral hit, "Lovesick Leftie Blues", published in Canada's The Globe & Mail. She's also written for Great Lakes Boating, Great Lakes Scuttlebutt, PassageMaker, and the literary journal, Blank Spaces.
Her works of short fiction have won international writing contests, as has a teleplay adaption of her debut manuscript, WITCHES VERSUS DOGS. She is a copywriter for a leading digital ad agency, and she lives in Calgary, Alberta, with her Persian cat, Onion; yellow Labrador, Cadence; and her husband.

Sandra
Rathbone

Middle Grade Fiction

Sandra's tastes in literature and music can best be described as eclectic. She writes middle grade fiction and comics, and enjoys reading rock musician biographies. She plays the violin and viola and is an avid fan of rock music.
Sandra lives in NC with her husband and their "tortie" cat, Charley. When she's not writing you can find Sandra playing her violin and viola as a free-lance musician. 

Alison
Schaffir

Middle Grade Fiction

Alison's young adult romance novel, fuses two of her favorite interests, fashion and theater, together. 

She lives in New York City as a social media strategist and is a contributing writer to more than ten publications on the online platform, Medium, including the well-known P.S. I Love You and The Writing Cooperative, with over 300,000 active followers each. Her work has also been featured in the digital magazine, Thought Catalog.