Authors and Artists
 
Leona Bushman
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Leona Bushman goes by many names but the most well-known one is superhero. She earned this name from saving a kangaroo from a tree -and yes that is as hard as it sounds. The dragons taught their queen how to write, and Queen Leona hasn't looked back, even when her muse tries to muck things up.


Aliyah Burke
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Aliyah Burke is a USA Today Bestselling Author, an avid reader, and is never far from pen and paper (or the computer). She loves to hear from her readers and can be reached at her blog or feel free to apply to join her yahoo group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aliyah_burke.


She is married to a career military man, they have a German Shepherd, two Borzois, and a DSH cat. Her days are spent sharing her time between work, writing, and dog training.




Nicole writes across the spectrum of sexuality and gender identity. She lives in Melbourne with her fiance, two cats, and a bottomless cup of tea.

She also likes candles, incense and Gilmore Girls.


Tisha Garcia
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 Tisha Garcia is the co-author with David C. Strickler of several screenplays. Submission a dark psychological thriller. Waiting Out The Storm a period piece about two families in the depression, and The Copy Machine a comedy mocumentary looking at the future advent of cloning all recognized in the Top Ten Best lists on Triggerstreet and Zoetrope. She currently lives in central Florida where she runs her own business, and has further screenplays and novels in future development.

Willa Lambert

WILLA LAMBERT began writing romances back in 1979 when she was contracted by American Art Enterprises to do three books, now considered classics and pulp-book "collector" editions - LOVE'S COURAGE, HOUSE OF THE BRAVE BULLS, and VANESSA IN WHITE MARBLE - for its Carousel Romances imprint.


In 1980, when Harlequin® was looking for published authors to launch its new SuperRomance®, in an effort to increase the "heat" level above and beyond that achieved by any of its previously released books, its Senior Editor George Glay brought in Willa to provide the new imprint with its all-important steamy second book, LOVE'S EMERALD FLAME, which became an international best-seller in over ten foreign-languages ... soon followed by Willa's FROM THIS BELOVED HOUR and LOVE'S GOLDEN SPELL.


Since then, Willa has published five additional romances - EMERALD-SILK INTRIGUE, JUNGLE-QUEST INTRIGUE, MOON-STONE INTRIGUE (for Heritage), HEART ON FIRE (for Wildside/Borgo), DARE TO LOVE IN OZ (for Savant).


This book, AFRICA: SPICE ISLAND LOVE, launches Willa's contracted Seven-Continent series of romances exclusively for Passion in Print which she hopes to supplement, along the way, with other PIPP romances written by her that will stand independently from this particular series.


Always open to her fans, they can usually reach Willa at: willalambert@rocketmail.com



Jeigh Lynn
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Jeigh Lynn lives with, her real life hero, her husband and their two rowdy sons. She is an ex-dance instructor and dancer of over twenty-five years. She lays claim to several National and Regional Dance Competition trophies, including Showstoppers, Stars of Tomorrow and Star Power. She was also featured twice on a variety show for the BBC. Currently, Jeigh is a stay at home mom and a writer, not to mention an avid reader of Romance and Mystery. When she's not fetching Kool-Aid and swapping out video games, she can usually be found enjoying the decadence of chocolate, in between her workouts and writing. Her hobbies include gardening, practicing her marksmanship, art, typing email to her critique partners and, of course, reading.


Julia Michaels
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Julia Michaels is a published nonfiction writer in the areas of historical research and genealogy, and has also designed teaching tools to assist elementary school teachers. She has self-published several books of poetry and two novelty books starring her alter-ego Helium Bob. Julia and her spouse live near Salt Lake City and have two children, two dogs,and a worm farm.


R. Paul Sardanas
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R. Paul Sardanas is the author of thirteen books of poetry and prose, including the five volume poetic cycle The Empyrean, illustrated with his own oil paintings. He is a seven-time nominee for the Rhysling Award, which recognizes the best speculative poetry of the year. His historical works include the books Mythology and Dark of the Sun, which explore Greek and Roman society, myth and culture. His erotic writings have appeared in an extensive Samarel Artcore Fantasy online collection, and his poem Succubus was displayed alongside the work of award-winning photographer Lochai at the Miami World Erotic Museum's 2008 exhibition. He is the editor of the online and printed philanthropic anthology Nox: Dark Poets Against Abuse, which benefits women and children seeking safe haven from environments of domestic violence.