Shae Cooke writes from beautiful Anmore, British Columbia , inspirational voice heard in print worldwide. Shae also jumps into the shoes of others as a ghostwriter. A former foster child, a mother, and one saved by Grace, the Lord holds copyright to her testimony, which is a work in progress. Visit www.shaecooke.com.
Tammy Fitzgerald is a laid-back 20-something playing Twister with two careers and wondering, with a grin, if either one will turn out to be God’s pick for her. Manic football fan and future world traveler extraordinaire, she is most often seen in “sleek, slimming black,” both at home—cuddled up with her computer full of work and her much-adored cat on her lap—and on the road singing tunelessly to the steering wheel.
Donna Scuderi is a “child” of the ’60s turned Charismatic believer with Big-Apple roots. This one-time rock musician, songwriter, and high school English and math teacher (did you say English and math?) loves Levis, cowboy boots, and life in the Mile High City. Political junkie, hockey fan, foodie, and impassioned worshiper of the Almighty, she can be found, eyes glued to monitor, fingers clicking the keyboard, most anytime of the day or night. She balances concurrent waves of screenwriting, non-fiction writing/editing, and hockey fanaticism nicely—most days.
Angela Rickabaugh Shears is a self-professed conservative, mainstream denomination (with periodic detours into non-denominational churchland) woman whose favorite uniform is khakis, a polo shirt, and penny loafers. She has been married 31 years and raised two free-spirited, strong-willed daughters who have redeemed themselves by blessing her with six grandchildren. She, her husband Darrell, and their Old English Sheepdog Maggie, live in south central Pennsylvania...except when they are daydreaming about living back in Hawaii.