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Deborah McCarragher began her journey of creative writing soon after coming to know Jesus as her personal Savior in 1989. Her primary goal is to share her personal testimony with others while bringing hope and practical help through her book. Her author page at XinXii: www.xinxii.com/...
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Kaye GEORGE, an Agatha nominated short story writer, is the author of CHOKE, Mainly Murder Press, May 2011, as well as many short stories. Her author page at XinXii: www.xinxii.com/...
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Robert BOVINGTON (born 25 January 1945) is an English writer of books on travel, primarily with regards to Spain. These include “Spanish Matters” and “Spanish Impressions”: www.xinxii.com/...
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Robert Bovington is an Englishman living in Spain. He is so enthralled with his adopted country that it has inspired him to write about his experiences. From Almería in sun-kissed Andalucía to Zaragoza in historic Aragón, the author takes us on a tour of Spain... #Spain #Bovington #Impressions #travel
Robert BOVINGTON (born 25 January 1945) is an English writer of books on travel, primarily with regards to Spain. These include “Spanish Matters” and “Spanish Impressions”: http://www.xinxii.com/mydocs.php?pid=34924 ------- Early Life ------- Robert Bovington was born in Brighton, East Sussex, the son of Leonard and Audrey Bovington. He is the first-born and has eight siblings – six brothers and two sisters. ------- Education ------- Leaving school with GCE O Levels, Robert Bovington joined the G.P.O as a trainee telephone engineer. His education continued. Throughout his working life, he has achieved a number of academic successes. These include a Bachelor of Science degree with the Open University, Full Technological Certificate in Telecommunications and Electronics, NVQ Level 3 in Information Technology and the Further Education Teachers’ Certificate. ------- Career ------- For many years Robert worked in the telecommunications industry, firstly as a telephone engineer and later in a number of managerial posts that included Systems Engineering and Project Management. Later, he was to begin a new career, teaching. He worked at a number of colleges in Sussex and Kent as a lecturer and team leader, delivering course in Information Technology and Business Management. ------- Spain ------- Having worked for many years in both the telecommunications industry and the teaching profession, Robert Bovington wanted to take on new challenges. He and Diane decided to relocate to Spain and, in 2003, the couple moved to Roquetas de Mar in sunny Andalucía. However, lazing on the beach was not his idea of fun - he wanted to explore his new homeland. It didn't stop there! Robert was so impressed with his new homeland, its countryside, its historic cities and its culture that it inspired him to write about his experiences. Currently, he has written three books and had a number of articles published in newspapers and magazines. ------- Life ------- Bovington has been married to Diane for over thirty years. They have no children. However, Bovington’s short marriage to Helene resulted in twin daughters Carole and Sheila. The author is also a grandfather and great grandfather. Bovington met Diane when both belonged to the Crescent Operatic Society. Music is one of the author’s great passions. At primary school he sang in a choir in a concert of Bach and Handel. Another of his interests is football and for many years supported Brighton & Hove Albion home and away. His favourite premiership team is Arsenal. Other interests include information technology, writing and ten-pin bowling.
Joel Blaine KIRKPATRICK www.xinxii.com/... A novelist with four published works, he is currently creating his fifth. Dabbling in Sci-Fi, Paranormal, Romance and Adventure, Joel has not claimed a genre as his personal favorite to write. Being a fierce supporter of independent and self-publishing, Joel straddles the fence quite well in the industry. His motto, which he freely offers as terribly good advice--Authors should write for themselves, then share their work.
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Charles Shea---DEFENDING EVIL is my first novel. THE SHRUNKEN HEAD MURDERS is my second novel. I'm married with two sons, three dogs, and one cat. (The dogs live in the house and are completely spoiled.) I enjoy cycling, tennis, fishing, woodworking, and of course writing. Visit his author page on XinXii: www.xinxii.com/my...
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Stephen BLACK: visit his author page on XinXii: www.xinxii.com/... . Stephen Black's distinctive writing style reflects his extensive background in fine art, TV, movies, and 3D game production. An American who has lived in Asia most of his life, he tackles universal themes with a personal voice. His artworks and photographs have appeared in galleries, museums, books and magazines worldwide.
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Stephen BLACK: visit his author page on XinXii: http://www.xinxii.com/adocs.php/en?aid=23500 . Stephen Black's distinctive writing style reflects his extensive background in fine art, TV, movies, and 3D game production. An American who has lived in Asia most of his life, he tackles universal themes with a personal voice. His artworks and photographs have appeared in galleries, museums, books and magazines worldwide. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Photographic Illustration from the Rochester Institute of Technology, he moved to Manhattan's Lower East Side where he worked for Film/Video Arts. Two years of exciting Manhattan madness concluded with a two-week trip to Tokyo. This marked the start of a lifelong Asian journey with extended stays in Hong Kong and Japan. He's been based in Singapore since 2002. Along the way, he has worked on projects with such diverse talented individuals as the legendary Japanese actress Kumiko Akiyoshi, photographer Annie Liebowitz, musician Amith Narayan, artist-curator Michael Lee, dancer Kazuo Ono, musician David Sylvian, poet Cyril Wong and hundreds of other people who amused him, made him work, made him laugh or scared the heck out of him. Stephen Black has also written: Obama Search Words, Furikake, On Seng Poh Road, and Tiong Bahru Blue. He released Bus Stopping a hard cover book of photography in 2006 and will soon be releasing another hard cover book entitled Tiong Bahru.
Ryan SCHNEIDER - visit his author page on XinXii: www.xinxii.com/.... I am a husband, aspiring father, writer, and novelist. I write fiction. I will make you think and feel. That is my job. I write in many genres. I try to write stories I would enjoy reading. My work is sometimes dark and heavy, sometimes light and fun, even romantic.
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Ryan SCHNEIDER - visit his author page on XinXii: http://www.xinxii.com/mydocs.php?pid=354a4. I am a husband, aspiring father, writer, and novelist. I write fiction. I will make you think and feel. That is my job. I write in many genres. I try to write stories I would enjoy reading. My work is sometimes dark and heavy, sometimes light and fun, even romantic. I am happily hard at work on Book Six of The Go-Kids series, the epic tale of a thirteen-year-old boy named Parker who has the weight of the world on his shoulders, and the lives of his friends in his hands. I earned a Bachelor's degree in English Literature from the University of the Pacific, where I was a college newspaper staff writer and film critic, as well as co-host of a radio show. I then studied screenwriting and independent producing at UCLA. I have written and published five novels, a collection of short stories, a dozen screenplays, and many essays. I also co-produced a 35mm short film. I am also a commercially-licensed pilot with multi-engine and instrument ratings. I have flown various aircraft: Cessna 152, Cessna 172, Piper Arrow and Piper Seminole. I live in Palm Springs, CA with my wife Taliya. Taliya is a singer/songwriter and musician. Her music has been likened to Enya, Yanni, and Sarah McLachlan. Taliya plays guitar, piano, and flute. She was awarded a Guinness World Record for recording her original song "Flower Child" in 15 languages. She has toured much of Europe and the United States. She has written and produced two albums and is currently in the studio at work on her third album.
Diane SHERLOCK's short work has appeared in The Rumpus, A Bird in the Hand: Risk and Flight (Outrider Press), Hubris Press, The Citron Review, and MO+TH literary journal (Bombshelter Press). She recently completed her MFA at Antioch University, Los Angeles and co-founded AnnotationNation...., examining novels and short story collections in terms of craft. Annotation Nation has just expanded into Poetry and Creative Non-Fiction Her writing blog can be found at dianesherlock.wor... and travel blog at theroadrisesup.tu.... She lives in Los Angeles, California, USA. Visit her author page on XinXii: www.xinxii.com/my...
Mike BOVE grew up in Vermont. He wrote articles and drew cartoons for his college newspaper. "Willowtree" is Mike’s first novel in the Bruce DelReno Mystery Series. Visit his author page on XinXii: www.xinxii.com/...
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Mike BOVE grew up in Vermont. He wrote articles and drew cartoons for his college newspaper. Mike was involved as an actor and director in high school, college and community theater. He adapted a Russian folk tale, The Nosebag, for the stage, produced and directed it. He was a public school teacher, track, and soccer coach before moving to Cape Cod. There he became an avid fisherman and golfer. He joined the Postal Service, transferred to Sedona, retiring in 2010. Willowtree Is Mike’s first novel in the Bruce DelReno Mystery Series. He lives in Cottonwood, AZ with wife, Jane, and Golden Retriever, Ceile. Visit his author page on XinXii: http://www.xinxii.com/mydocs.php?pid=35d39
Marty BEAUDET is a freelance writer, graphic designer, and communications consultant. He is the author of Losing Addison, a psychological thriller written in just 15 days following a vivid nightmare. Visit his author page on XinXii: www.xinxii.com/...
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Marty BEAUDET is a freelance writer, graphic designer, and communications consultant. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, he has lived in Damascus, Oregon since 1998 with his husband Chuck. He is the author of Losing Addison, a psychological thriller written in just 15 days following a vivid nightmare. Visit his author page on XinXii: http://www.xinxii.com/mydocs.php?pid=3531a
David GAUGHRAN is a 34-year old Irish writer, living in Sweden, who spends most of his time travelling the world, collecting stories. He is the author of the South American epic historical adventure "A Storm Hits Valparaiso" and the short stories "If You Go Into The Woods" and "Transfection" as well as the popular self-publishing guide "Let's Get Digital: How To Self-Publish, And Why You Should." He blogs about writing and the book business, and provides a free guide on getting your own work into (digital) print on his blog: davidgaughran.wor... Pop over to SouthAmericana.com for some curious stories from the history of the world's most intriguing continent.