August 20, 2014
K. Trap Jones is an award winning demented horror author of novels and short stories that appear within various anthologies. With a sadistic inspiration from Dante Alighieri and Edgar Allan Poe, he has a temptation towards narrative folklore, classic literary works and obscure segments within society. His novel, The Sinner (Blood Bound Books, 2012), won the Royal Palm Literary Award and appeared on the 2012 Bram Stoker Award Preliminary Ballot. His splatterpunk novella, The Drunken Exorcist, is published by Necro Publications. His narrative short story collection, The Crossroads: A Collection of Narrative Horror, is available from Hazardous Press. He is also a member of the Horror Writer's Association and can be found lurking around Tampa, Florida. For more information on the author, please go to http://ktrapjones.wordpress.com.
June 21, 2014
She is the author of A Garden Full of Butterflies. Lynn S. Combes’ first daughter died at the age of five. Her experience with the grieving process gave birth to a desire to help others deal with grief and also spawned a special book about losing a loved one. The characters in her book are ten-year-old Marissa whose mother has died and Mrs. Chancey, a kindly neighborhood woman who also lost loved ones. Mrs. Chancey takes Marissa under her wing and shares her flower garden and its butterflies with the young girl. In the garden their relationship grows and helps them both deal with loss. For more information on the author, please go to http://www.lynnscombes.com/.