In 1973, Darwin Walton's first book, What Color Are You?, was published. It was one of the first books about America’s diversity to be used in public schools and was named a landmark book by the Chicago Historical Society
Patricia Rockwell is the author of the Pamela Barnes acoustic mystery series and the Essie Cobb senior sleuth mystery series.
Fiction and fitness is combined in Nancy Klotz's novel "OverTheTop." Nancy lives in Illinois with her handsome and intriguing husband.
Always a writer, Glennette Tilley Turner taught in the Chicago Public School System, the Maywood-Melrose Park Public School System and the Wheaton-Warrenville Public School System.
Donald Strauss has had a 34 year career as an executive in Fortune 100 companies. He has also taught graduate school programs in Human Resources & Career Management for over 25 years.
Steve was born and raised on the West Side of Chicago by a single mom who worked nights for a printing company. She would bring home books and magazines and he discovered the masters of classic science fiction. It didn’t take long for Steve to get the itch to write.
Paul’s first book “Rare--- My daughter’s faithful journey through cancer,” was a collaboration with his daughter Rebecca. They both started writing the book soon after a routine check up revealed the disheartening diagnosis of a rare cancer just a week before starting college.
Chicago suburbs mom, wife, business owner and author, Luisa writes the Grace Marsden Mystery series. Grace is an amateur sleuth who is obsessive compulsive--think Monk in a skirt!
I’ve been writing all my life. After high school it was jokes and spec scripts–even got two screenplays optioned. Then the real world intruded and I started to write business articles. Then in 2003 my first book, A Philistine’s Journal- an Average Guy Tackles the Classics came out. Since then, I’ve published several books.
Jerilyn Willin is living proof that if you have a dream and the doggedness to keep it in sight, you can get where you want to go in life. With co-author Wendy M. Warden, her first book, "Deep, Deeper, Deeper Still: a guided journey for people who journal (and those who wish they did)" was released in September, 2009.
Award-winning author Kate Gingold writes to share her love for history with younger readers as well as those who'd rather not open a big old dusty history book. She brings to life stories of the prairie settler, rich with details describing every day existence in nineteenth century America.
Jeffrey A. Bockman took his analytical and problem solving skills and applied them to genealogy and family history research. His book “Give Your Family A Gift That Money Can’t Buy” can help you get started researching your family.
How does an Electro Mechanical Engineer become a romance writer?
Diana helps people who want to land well-paid freelance and consulting work quickly. Her publishing and coaching practice is named Stand Up 8 Times after a Japanese proverb...
After a couple decades spent lawyering Bo Thunboe is now a full-time writer.
Louise Brass is a prolific writer of non-fiction and fiction, spanning a wide range of genres.
Ezekiel Nieto Benzion promised his grandfather he would tell his family's tales. Thus began the award-winning series, The Judah Halevi Journals.
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