A.M. Burns lives in the Colorado Rockies with his partner, several dogs, cats, horses, and birds. When he's not writing, he's often fixing fences, splitting wood, hiking in the mountains, or flying his hawks. He's enjoyed writing since he was in high school, but it wasn't until the past few years that's he's begun truly honing his craft. Having lived both in Colorado and Texas, rugged frontier types and independent attitudes often show up in his work. You can find out more about A.M. and his writing at www.amburns.com, or follow him on twitter @am_burns
A. T. Weaver is a great-grandmother who lives with her cats, Cleopatra and Kiyah, in downtown Kansas City, MO. When she was growing up, the word gay meant happy and carefree and homosexuals were called queer or 'one-of-those'. However, she never heard those terms until she was married and a mother. In 2003, through a TV show called Boy Meets Boy, A.T 'met' over 3,000 gay men in a Yahoo group. These men educated her as to the inequalities suffered by the LGBT community and she became a staunch ally and began writing books about gay men with happy endings.