V.B. Kennedy was born in Atlanta, Georgia but was raised in Miami, Florida. The second oldest of four siblings, she learned the true meaning of survival of the fittest.
She currently teaches middle school Journalism and Language Arts. She is married to a supportive yet deranged man and is raising two zany children.
When she is not yanking out the gray hairs she unsuccessfully dyed, she finds time to write about Pleasant. Her interests involve anything written by Joss Whedon, discovering great books, and clocking in more hours of Netflix that any health professional would disapprove.
Melissa has been writing since she always making up worlds and people and adventures. A Chicago Blackhawks fan thanks to Carlos and a NY Jets fan thanks to Todd. Novice photographer and lover of the details of life, Melissa finds joy in her friends and family and the light they bring to her world.
Todd’s story starts on Long Island New York. He is an avid fan of Sci-Fi and fantasy in film, television and books as well as a dyed in the wool NY Jets fan, martial artist, aspiring photographer and all around dork.
P. L. McCall II is an Author, Comic Writer, Screenplay Writer, Shared World Novelist, Blogger and the Owner of PLMII Studios, a multimedia company located in South Florida. He is also a publishing agent for his own independent imprint Cathal Entertainment. P. L. McCall II is the creator of the “Grace Flynn Chronicles” and many other IPs.
P. L. McCall II attends multimedia conventions and shares his knowledge of creative writing and publishing with attendees through panels and the personal mentoring of new writers.
P. L. McCall II is represented by JD Dewitt of 5 Sons Media.
Born in the Midwest, raised in the Northeast, E. Robert Dunn began writing at the age of 14 and continued his higher education in the Southeast where he currently resides. In addition to penning the science fiction series “Echelon’s End”, E. Robert has also written two off-Broadway plays, “LipSync” and “A Dragged Out Haunting”, and penned a local play entitled “VOiCES”. Just last year, E. Robert was a contributing writer to the online STAR TREK: Odyssey’s Season One Finale webisode [featured in STARLOG Magazine, January 2008, “Beyond Hidden Frontiers”, p.89].
Besides being a produced playwright and published author, E. Robert has had articles printed in local newspapers as well as medical newsletters. He has also graced many a stage by his given name: Eston Dunn.