Jessica McHugh

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Jessica McHugh is an author of speculative fiction that spans genres, from horror and alternate history, to epic fantasy and young adult. A member of the Horror Writers Association and a 2013 Pulp Ark nominee, she has devoted herself to novels, short stories, poetry, and playwriting.
 

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Jonathan Gould

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Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I spent my youth overindulging in Mad Magazine, Monty Python, and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, which left me with a slightly skewed view of the world.

As a result, I’ve written numerous comedy sketches for both live theatre and radio, as well as several attempts at the great Australian sitcom. However, it is in books that I believe I’ve found my true calling. There’s nothing I enjoy more than creating stories for children, and for the child in all of us – stories that I hope will make people laugh and think, and add a smile to their day.

In addition to my children’s stories, I’ve also written several humorous novels and novellas, one of which was a semi-finalist in the 2011 Goodreads Choice Awards.

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Watch for Maddie’s Monsters, a children’s picture book, to release in the fall of 2015.

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C.L. Roberts-Huth

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Born in 1975, I’m the product of star-crossed lovers who took separate paths shortly after my arrival. Now a three-time mother, twice married woman, and eclectic person, I reside in the sunny biosphere that is Sierra Vista, Arizona, with my wonderful partner in crime, Peter, and three brilliant geeklings: Michael, Cami and Desmond. Oh, and a mop… er… Shih Tzu named Sir Lancelot the Brave.

Writing came to me naturally, and the dark clouds of childhood and adolescent angst gave birth to a myriad of story threads that reflected my inner struggle to find a place in this world. I haven’t quite discovered it yet, but I’ve fallen in love with the journey and all the stories unfolding in front of me. I’m a lover of many genres and a writer of a small handful, and rather content with that lot.

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Watch for Whispers of the Heir, the fourth in her Zoe Delante Thrillers series of paranormal thrillers, to release in 2020.

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E.D. Martin

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I’m a writer with a knack for finding new jobs in new places. Born and raised in Illinois, my past incarnations have included bookstore barista in Indiana, college student in southern France, statistician in North Carolina, economic development analyst in North Dakota, and high school teacher in Iowa. I draw on my experiences to tell the stories of those around me, with a generous heaping of “what if” thrown in.

Growing up, I preferred books to people, and fortunately the library down the road indulged my introversion/misanthropy. I’d read any genre, as long as the story had relatable characters and left me thinking about what I’d read days, even years later. This has stuck with me, and it’s something I aim for in my own works: Love my characters or hate them, just as long as my stories leave you feeling something or seeing the world in a new perspective.

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Mishael Witty

 
 

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For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved the written word. I loved having stories read to me when I was a very young child. Once I was able to read on my own I was very rarely seen without a book in my hand. I started writing my own stories when I was about four or five years old, and I never really stopped writing.

I developed my love of editing much later in life. I would edit things as I wrote, but I didn’t always realize that was what I was doing, especially not when I was young. When I was an undergraduate psychology major, I found that the part I loved most was spending hours researching in the library and writing papers. I’d examine every word once the writing was done to make sure that each paper said exactly what I wanted it to say. All my friends brought their papers to me to edit for them because they knew I enjoyed it and knew I would do a good job helping them. They didn’t always appreciate my extreme attention to detail, however.

Once I obtained my master’s degree and realized that a career in academia was not what I desired for my life, I returned to my first love—the written word. I’ve been working as a professional editor and a freelance writer ever since, and I’ve never been happier. I’ve done some online article writing. I’ve written, edited, and self-published two fiction books. I’ve also been a contest judge for the Memoir category of the Eric Hoffer Award for excellence in self-published books.

I’m thrilled to be joining in with Evolved. I love the team atmosphere and the overarching commitment to quality, two things in which I believe strongly. When I’m not reading, writing, or editing, you can find me either singing, making jewelry, or hiking through the woods with my husband and two little girls.

Books (Active Only) Edited or Co-Edited by Mishael Witty:

Darla Decker
Hates to Wait
by Jessica McHugh

Darla Decker
Takes the Cake
by Jessica McHugh

Darla Decker
Shakes the State
by Jessica McHugh

Broometime Serenade
by
Barry Metcalf

Intrigue at Sandy Point
by
Barry Metcalf

Yours to Keep or
Throw Aside
by E.D. Martin