Jennifer J. Bennett is mom by day and Bigfoot hunter by night. Her “kryptonite” is eating See’s Candy while masterminding devious plots to save the writing world. She’s currently working on a YA novel titled, “The Path” and enjoys writing poetry as well. As creator of the Facebook group “Authors’ Think Tank”, she encourages writers to help each other obtain their goals through social networking. Jennifer loves to travel, cook, read or watch movies till the sun comes up. You can check out what she’s doing at www.jjbennett.com
James Duckett has wanted to be a writer since he was seven years old. After not finding his true calling as a perfume salesman, fence painter, accordion player, radio DJ, credit card henchman, and popsicle maker he has decided to refocus on being the man his 2nd grade youth wanted him to be. James is going to be a published author. Join him on the journey at his blog: http://www.jamesduckett.com.
Mikey Brooks is a small child masquerading as an adult. On occasion you’ll catch him dancing the funky chicken, singing like a banshee, and pretending to have never grown up. He is the author/illustrator of several books including Bean’s Dragons and the ABC Adventures series. His art can be seen in many forms from picture books to full room murals. He loves to daydream with his two daughters and explore the worlds that only the imagination of children can create. Find out more about Mikey at: http://www.insidemikeysworld.com/
Charlie Pulsipher is a werehamster, dino imitator, and lemur enthusiast who lives in Saint George Utah with his lovely wife and neurotic dog. He writes sci-fi and fantasy when he’s not obsessively planning how to survive the coming zombie-pocalypse. He’s written The Crystal Bridge and Zombies at the Door, two books that don’t smell like cheese.
He draws cartoons on his blog that are usually funny, goofy, and far from fine art. He spends his time away from the keyboard hiking and camping in stunning Southern Utah.
He neglects his twitter account.
His velociraptor impression is worth seeing. It’s probably the coolest thing about him.
Chas Hathaway is a full-time author and musician, happy husband and father of four. His books include: Marriage is Ordained of God, but WHO Came Up with Dating?, a humorous LDS dating guide, published by Cedar Fort in 2011, and Giraffe Tracks, a memoir of his mission to South Africa, which is independently published. Cedar Fort will be releasing his third book this year, which is a book of over a hundred unique scripture study methods.
Chas also has five new age music albums and a large list of favorite solo piano hymn arrangements on sheet music. His most popular work so far is his new age piano arrangement of If You Could Hie to Kolob.
Chas also enjoys writing middle grade fiction and national market nonfiction. Learn more about Chas and his books, see his video/audio podcasts, and listen to his music at http://chashathaway.com