Pavarti K. Tyler

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PUBLISHER’S NOTE: In order to keep her various sub-brands (genres) separate, Pavarti also writes as the individuals listed below.
Children’s Books: Kara S Tyler
Literary, Science Fiction, Speculative, Women’s Fiction: P.K. Tyler
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USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR Pavarti K. Tyler is an artist, wife, mother and number cruncher. She graduated Smith College in 1999 with a degree in Theatre.

After graduation, she moved to New York, where she worked as a Dramaturge, Assistant Director and Production Manager on productions both on and off Broadway. She now lives in Baltimore, Maryland with her husband, two daughters and two terrible dogs. When not penning her hot steamy erotic romance books she twists her mind by writing horror/erotica blends.

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Books

Pavarti K. Tyler

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Ana Popielnicki

Translations Manager

I was born and raised in the Dominican Republic, land of beautiful beaches, sugar cane and coffee, rum and baseball—all of which I love. My lifetime relationship with books began at around age 4 (True! I did already know how to read by then!), and with other languages at around the age of 6, when I started learning English.

I have a degree in Clinical Psychology from the DR, and have worked not only in the clinical setting, but also in academia (as administrator and professor), basketball (yes, I proudly worked beside my father for the Dominican Federation of Basketball), professional organizing, restaurant owner/manager… and did I mention I’m certified in Applied Feng Shui? My most important role, however, has been “Mom.” That, as I’m sure all mothers know, covers every other possible occupation and job left besides the above.

For the past 11 years, I’ve worked in the translation and localization industry, coordinating multi-language projects for pharmaceutical/life sciences companies. My division is in charge of translating and culturally adapting patient questionnaires for use in clinical trials, via a rigorous process called Linguistic Validation. This role gives me much exposure to international business, and to extremely enriching and culturally diverse relationships around the world.

I came to the U.S. in 1997, to South Florida, moved to North Central Connecticut in 2001, and am finally back by the ocean since 2010, when we moved to beautiful Cape Cod, Mass. We live within walking distance of a gorgeous marina, and spend our days cooking, eating, and watching our New England teams—this household is all about food, the Red Sox, the Pats, Celtics, and books. Well, and of course, ice-cold Harpoon or Sierra Nevada to go with the food.

It’s a thrill to be part of Evolved Publishing’s journey to other cultures and countries, and I hope to help bring all these amazing authors’ voices to readers around the world, in their own language! What can be cooler than that?

I would love to hear from readers around the world, so do hook up with me through my various social media links, which you can find on the “Contact” tab above.

Books Translated

Translated to Spanish by Ana Popielnicki:

Benito Celebra la Noche de BrujasParadojaPerdóname, AlexValentina y la Mansión Encantada

Up Next

Watch for 4 more books in the Bird Brain Books series of children’s picture books by Emlyn Chand (Translated to Spanish N.A.):
#1 – Honey the Hero
#2 – Davey the Detective
#3 – Poppy the Proud
#5 – Courtney Saves Christmas

Contact

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Sam Keiser

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In the pursuit of honing his visual storytelling craft, Sam Keiser finished his fine art studies at Georgetown Atelier after graduating from Savannah College of Art and Design. One of the longest-standing illustrators with Evolved Publishing, he believes that every image should be able to tell a vivid story and evoke powerful emotions. Alongside book illustration, Sam has worked with other notable companies such as Wizards of the Coast, Crunchy Roll, and Rooster Teeth. Always interested in artistic and personal growth, Sam tries to stay curious and explore new ways to view the world.

Book Covers by Sam Keiser

10-30
by
Michael Golvach

Children of the Volcano
by
Parris Sheets

Circles
by
Ruby Standing Deer

Dormir
by
Michael Golvach

Foreign Land
by
J.S. Sherwood

In the Company of the
Dead
by Ciara Ballintyne

Noah Zarc: Cataclysm
by
D. Robert Pease

Noah Zarc: Declaration
by
D. Robert Pease

Noah Zarc:
Mammoth Trouble
by D. Robert Pease

Noah Zarc: Omnibus
(Boxed Set)
by D. Robert Pease

On the Edge of Death
by
Ciara Ballintyne

Spirals
by
Ruby Standing Deer

Stones
by
Ruby Standing Deer

The Temptation
of Destiny
by D.M. Earley

To Make the Dead Weep
by
Ciara Ballintyne

Warden’s Reign
by
Parris Sheets

Cover Designs by Sam Keiser (Rights Returned to Author)

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John Cardinal

 
 

Artist-Inactive

John Cardinal enjoys drawing with his kids, reading comics, and living near the ocean. He has a BFA from Montserrat in Illustration, and has worked professionally as an illustrator and graphic designer for the past 12 years. His work runs the gamut, from newspaper and magazine illustration, to logo and product design. His style is crafted from chaotic line and impulse. He draws with the zeal of a child. To him, “Realism” is boring — he wants to make something new.

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Melissa Sawatsky

 
 

Editor-Inactive

Over the past few years, my work has appeared in OCW MagazineQuillsSad Mag, and Rhubarb, as well as anthologies and chapbooks. I’m currently working on my first book of poetry, a collection of short fiction, and an animated screenplay.

My bookshelf includes the works of Karen Connelly, Nick Bantock, Anita Diamant, Thomas Hardy, Hermann Hesse, Jhumpa Lahiri, Alberto Manguel, William Shakespeare, J.R.R. Tolkien… You know what? It’s endless. Let’s just say I’m a writer because I’m a reader.

I’m also a huge film buff (don’t ask me to pick favorites, you’ll be here for days) and worship the art of dance (call me an amateur dancer and a professional audience member).

My editing experience runs the gamut from newsletters, to marketing communications, to business proposals, to TV scripts, to anthologies. I’ve worked at PRISM international and OCW Magazine, where I read more general submissions and writing contest entries than I can count.

Books (Active Only) Edited or Co-Edited by Melissa Sawatsky:

Sugar & Salt
by
Pavarti K. Tyler

Protecting Portia
by
Pavarti K. Tyler

Dual Domination
by
Pavarti K. Tyler

The Sugar House
Novellas (Omnibus)
by Pavarti K. Tyler

White Chalk
by
P.K. Tyler