Friday, April 6, 2012

F is for . . . #atozchallenge

For the A to Z Challenge, I will be featuring up to three authors per letter (via their last name). Some of the authors responded to my request for authors to promote. Others, I found. Please check them out and their books. Thank you!

Our "F" Authors

Finkwell, Anna
Originally a Texas native, Anna Finkwell writes humorous fiction. Tar Mama: A Dad's Disclaimer's Story is her debut short story and she plans to release Grits for the Soul in July 2012, a compilation of light-hearted, inspirational, and distinctly Southern tales.

When she's not busy writing, Anna enjoys horseback riding, drinking coffee, and chasing around her toddler son.

Francis, Lucy
I wrote my first story, a three paragraph fantasy about a talking cat named Serafina, when I was six. My stories today are significantly longer. I've worked all sorts of jobs, including fast food, sewing, bookkeeping, various IT and support positions and network engineering. After 25 years writing nonfiction and editing, I returned to my first love, fiction. Specifically romance, from contemporary to fantasy. If it is a love story, I’m so there. I’m married to my very own 6'5" hero, and we’ve raised five late-stage teenagers. I'm a lifelong horse lover, a fly fisher, landscaper, Irish dancer, and house painter. I love Doctor Who, all things vintage, gardening, and am a reformed World of Warcraft addict.

I read the encyclopedia for fun as a child. Now I research subjects on the internet just because I can.

Links: Blog   Facebook   Goodreads

Freeburn, Christina
Besides being a writer, Christina Freeburn has worked as a legal specialist in J.A.G. of the US Army, a paralegal, a librarian, and church secretary. She writes mysteries and inspirational romantic suspense novels. Her first novel was a 2003 Library of Virginia Literary Award nominee. Her newest books, Lost Then Found and Led Astray (releases May 1) are part of the New Beginnings series, featuring a skip-tracing business specializing in relocating abused women. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and West Virginia Writers, Inc.
Links:  Website   Blog   Twitter @ChristinaFreeb1  Facebook Author Page

Now, if you like fantasy flash fiction, please visit my other blog participating in the challenge: Cherie Reich - Author. To find the other participants, click here.