Karen is a lifelong lover of story. She went from being an avid reader, to managing a library, and finally to being an award-winning novelist. Her fascination with World War Two led to her first published novel, and the discovery that she loves writing for teens.
Ali Bryan’s first novel, Roost, won the Georges Bugnet Award for Fiction and was the official selection of One Book Nova Scotia 2014. Her non-fiction has been shortlisted for the Jon Whyte Memorial Essay Prize and longlisted for the CBC Creative Non-Fiction Prize.
Dana has a Ph.D. in animal cognition, which means she has spent a lot of time trying to figure out how animals think.
A British-born Canadian author. A love of writing sparked a career in public relations and twenty years later, her debut novel.
Love Hudson-Maggio is a marketing executive that writes contemporary fiction about smart people with a lot to learn in life and love.
Charlotte G. Morgan
Can’t remember a time when she couldn’t read and write. Women’s voices, civil rights, religious hypocrisy, and family secrets burrow in her cells and inform her fiction.