Ashlyn Chase: Kidnapped by gypsies as an infant, Ashlyn was left on the doorstep of the Massachusetts home in which she grew up-at least that's what her older siblings told her. It seems that storytelling runs in the family.
Ashlyn worked as a psychiatric nurse for several years, holds a degree in behavioral sciences and has been trained as a fine artist, registered nurse, hypnotherapist, and interior designer. Most writers, whether they're aware of it or not, have a "theme", some sort of thread that runs through all of their books, uniting the whole mishmash into an identifiable signature. Ashlyn's identified her theme as involving characters who reinvent themselves. It's no wonder, since she has reinvented herself numerous times. Finally content with her life, she lives in beautiful New Hampshire with her true-life hero husband and a spoiled brat cat.
Dalton Diaz: If a story doesn't have romance, it isn't worth it. If there's hot sex, it's extra worth it.
Let's face it, fantasy is usually a lot more fun than reality. Not always, but usually. As a writer, one can be anything, do anything, say anything that comes to mind. There are a thousand and one ways to make things happen, each one more exciting than the last.
This is the best job in the world.