Meet Our July Authors!

Last week we brought you a fresh batch of FREE books by independent authors. Today, we'd like to give you a chance to get to know them. Below you'll find a brief biography as well as contact information for each of the authors whose books we featured. Remember: Indie authors are approachable authors. Something as simple as a tweet or message saying "I liked your book" will put us over the moon. Of course, if you're inclined to share your opinions, both good or bad, with the rest of the world, consider leaving a review with the retailer where you purchased the book, or on Goodreads. But most of all, if you've liked a book you read here, tell others. Tell them about the book and about Bookworms Discover, because we've got more great free books coming to you next month!

Jane Jago
Author of The Dragonheart Stories
A mad genre-hopping pensioner. With attitude.
Connect with Jane:
Facebook
Goodreads
Working Title Blog

Bea Cannon
Author of Boucher's World: Emergent
I tell stories of science fiction and fantasy.
Connect with Bea:
Twitter
Website
Facebook

Ann Wright
Author of The Night Howls
Ann Wright has been writing for young readers for many years, and has had thousands of stories published in magazines and annuals in the UK, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the US. When she's not writing she enjoys exploring old castles and forts, watching SF and post-apocalypse films at the cinema and, most of all, reading.
Connect with Ann:
Amazon Profile

CB Archer
Author of Karta Monstra: Hunter's Tale
CB Archer has been trying really hard lately to tell people how awesome they are. Did you know that you're awesome? He hopes you do, but if you don't now you know! You are awesome.
Connect with CB:
Annals of Gentalia Official Website
Twitter

Ann Livi Andrews
Author of The Two Lands: Return
After a series of events that led to me taking a walk around the RV Show with this salesman, I confessed that I was a writer at heart and wished that I could become a published author. The salesman confidently told me that he would like to publish my book. Fast forward a year and I was engaged to the Salesman who had helped me self publish my first short story, Crimson Mistress.
Connect with Ann:
Website

D.E. Morris
Author of Aliens in the Gift Shop
D.E. Morris has been a sci-fi/fantasy geek since he first flew down the Death Star trench with Luke and trudged the weary road to Mordor with Frodo. Current influences include Douglas Adams and Steven Moffat (as well as being an obsessive Doctor Who fan). He currently lives in the Seattle area with his wife and two parakeets.
Connect with D.E.:
Website

David M. Kelly
Author of Dead Reckoning And Other Stories
David M. Kelly writes intelligent, action-packed science fiction. He is the author of the Joe Ballen sci-fi thriller series and the short story collection Dead Reckoning And Other Stories.
Connect with David:
Website
Twitter
Facebook

Missy Sheldrake
Author of Call of Brindelier
Author/Illustrator Missy Sheldrake’s stories and artwork often go hand-in-hand as a form of creative expression. Her experiences as an artist, wife, and mother have inspired her to weave beautifully rich fantasy tales involving deep, compelling characters in vibrant settings without the inclusion of graphic content.
Connect with Missy:
Website
Facebook
Website

Christina McMullen
Author of Kind of Like Life
Christina may soon be returning to author life, but plans to begin preaching the many benefits of taking mental breaks. You can find evidence of her productive hiatus over on Twitter, where she will bombard you with her latest doodles, and continue recruiting for the next Bookworms Discover newsletter.
Connect with Christina:
Vampires & Robots
Facebook
Twitter

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