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Mark Kingston Levin -- Science Fiction Author
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About: Dr. Levin was born and grew up in Vermont with many winters in Florida as a child. As a teenager he wrote poetry (published), short stories, served as a lifeguard and played football. He currently enjoys sailing, exploring underwater caves, archeology, skiing, flying, fishing, snorkeling, astrophysics, cosmology, aircraft oceanography, sensors, writing science fiction and non-fiction as well as reading among other pursuits. Professional Background and Qualification In 1964 he received a BS in chemistry from the University of Vermont. He was employed by Boeing on project Apollo and later worked on the Mars Project. In 1968, he decided to return to school to study under Nobel Laureate Paul Dirac in quantum mechanics at the University of Miami, Coral Gables; obtaining his Ph.D. in 2.5 years. He purchased a yacht to live on during his Ph.D. studies. He explored the Bahamian Blue holes and discovered deep caverns with stalagmites and stalactites.
Tracy Shawn -- Anxiety Fiction Novelist
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About: Author and speaker Tracy Shawn, MA lives in California. Her award-winning novel, 'The Grace of Crows,' has been hailed as an accurate portrayal of generalized anxiety disorder and a healing opportunity to the reader. Tracy’s short stories have appeared in Literary Brushstrokes, Psychology Tomorrow Magazine, and most recently, Steel House Review. She’s written numerous articles for print and online publications and is a frequent contributor to psychcentral.com. She has currently finished her second novel. Tracy is also a passionate 'anxiety warrior,' who writes and speaks about how to pull oneself out of the trenches of stress, anxiety, and worry. Her keynote speech, 'From Stressed and Scattered to Calm and Centered,' offers innovate ways to overcome emotional tension and find a more balanced and productive way to live and work. Please visit: www.tracyshawn.com for more information.
Nina Amir - Nonfiction Writing, Blogging, Publishing Consultant
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About: Nina Amir, author of How to Blog a Book and The Author Training Manual, trains writers to become authors. Known as Inspiration to Creation Coach, she motivates people to combine their purpose and passion so they Achieve More Inspired Results. She encourages people from all walks of life to create books that positively impact readers as well as to develop careers as authors, attain their goals, and fulfill their potential. Some of her clients have sold 300,000+ copies of their books and landed deals with major publishing houses. She writes four blogs, has self-published 12 books and founded National Nonfiction Writing Month, aka the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge. A nonfiction book editor, book proposal consultant, book and author coach, and blog and blog-to-book coach, she holds a degree in magazine journalism with a concentration in psychology and has edited or written hundreds of articles for national and regional publications.
Ruth W. Crocker -- Writing and Remembrance
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About: Ruth is an award-winning writer and workshop facilitator. She offers workshops and speaking events on memoir, writing for healing, and the publishing process. She has lectured nationally about recovery from trauma and grief using creative processes. She received an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Bennington College, a PhD in Nutrition and Human Development from the University of Connecticut and a Master of Education from Tufts University. Her essays have been listed in Best American Essays and nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She is the author of Those Who Remain: Remembrance and Reunion After War, a memoir about the experience of losing her husband in Vietnam, and People of Yellowstone, photos and biographies of people who live, work and play in Yellowstone National Park.
Pamela Gossiaux -- Award-winning journalist, bestsellng author, Speaker
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About: Pamela Gossiaux is an award-winning journalist, writer and speaker. She has volunteered with many causes for teens and has a passion for human trafficking awareness and prevention. She has a degree in Creative Writing from the University of Michigan, and is the author of the bestselling novel Mrs. Chartwell and the Cat Burglar, the Russo Romantic Mystery Series, and the chick-lit novel Good Enough. Visit her website at PamelaGossiaux.com.
Nicole Kelly MD -- 69shadesofnashville.com
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About: NashvilleKitty is a sociopath. Don’t worry. She doesn’t want to hurt you. She just wants to screw you, literally. Author and medical doctor Nicole Kelly, M.D. writes with honesty and wit through the voice of a married, promiscuous 28-year-old Southern society girl in Kelly’s debut novel 69 Shades of Nashville: Sociopathic Sex Southern Style. (available on Amazon)
Roger Higgins author 'Billy Gogan American' and 'Billy Gogan Gone fer Soldier'
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About: Tapping into the hot topic of immigrants, author Roger Higgins’s timely book Billy Gogan, American follows the life of an orphaned Irish child who immigrated to America in 1844. 'I chose this time period because it was really at the cusp of the modern era,' says author Roger Higgins. 'The biggest challenge was staying alive. It was putting food on the table, or in this case in Billy’s mouth. It was having somewhere to live, some shelter.' This riveting historical fiction is told in the first person, which lends an immediacy to the story that will reverberate with readers.
Robert M. Levinson
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About: One of the most prominent names in the Bible is that of King David, who is a significant spiritual figure in the traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The story of “David and Goliath” has become one of the most recognizable tropes in our culture. The Leper Messiah, by Robert M. Levinson, takes a dark, often mystical walk through the life of this iconic figure. Levinson’s book explo...
San Francisco Writers Conference
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About: The San Francisco Writers Conference, one of the finest writers' events in the country, helps writers become published authors and teaches them how to build successful writing careers. Presenters at the event include bestselling authors, literary agents, and respected editors from top publishing houses. With 100+ presenters to 350 attendees, there is optimum interaction with industry professionals in an information-packed weekend. Individual PRE/POST Classes, too! The SFWC is held over President?s Day weekend at the Mark Hopkins Hotel. A second event, the San Francisco Writing for Change Conference is held annually in the fall. SFWC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit.
Barbara Golder -- Author of Dying For Revenge
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About: Barbara Golder was a late literary bloomer. Although she’s always loved books (and rivals Jane in the 3-deep-on-the-shelf sweepstakes), her paying career gravitated to medicine and law. She has served as a hospital pathologist, forensic pathologist, and laboratory director. Her work in forensic pathology prompted her to get a law degree, which she put to good use as a malpractice attorney and ...
 




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