Amanda Deed has penned several Australian Historical Romances, including The Game, winner of the CALEB Prize for Fiction in 2010. She resides in the South Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne with her family, where she works full-time in her local church office.
Andrew Lansdown is an award-winning Australian writer whose poetry and fiction have appeared in more than 70 magazines and newspapers and are represented in over 100 anthologies.
C T Wells
Peter C.T. Wells grew up in coastal Victoria, Australia. He comes from a creative family. Playing in the bush and on the beach was a fertile place for an imagination to develop. He has always been drawn to stories that explore character in the extremes of human experience.
Carol lives with her husband, Neil, in Wollongong, New South Wales. After their two children, Tammy and Adam, started school, Carol returned to study and completed a PhD at Wollongong University in 1986.
Catriona spends her days hanging out with teenagers in a middle school in Southern Queensland, where she works to support and advocate for young people with special needs.
Cindy Williams lives in Sydney with her husband and teenage son.
D. J. Blackmore
David Malcolm Bennett
David Malcolm Bennett is a Christian researcher and writer based in Brisbane who has the gift of doing quality historical research and presenting it in a readable form. His books include The Altar Call: Its Origins and Present Usage (his MTh thesis, awarded with merit) in 2000; The Origins of Left Behind Eschatology (his PhD thesis) in 2010; and Edward Irving Reconsidered, published by Wipf and Stock in 2014.
Mortal Insight is the first novel by E.B. James, though not the first novel this author has released. Previous novels have been written under another name and have been of a completely different genre. Due to a great response in Australia, some of these titles have successfully been introduced into the UK and US markets.
Hazel Barker lives in Brisbane with her husband Colin. She taught in Perth, Canberra and Brisbane for over a quarter of a century and now devotes her time to reading, writing and bushwalking. From her early years, her passion for books drew her to authors like Walter Scott and Charles Dickens. Her love for historical novels sprang from Scott, and the love of literary novels, from Dickens. Many of her short stories and book reviews have been published in magazines and anthologies.
JO HILDER writes and teaches on spirituality and faith with passion, authenticity and vulnerability. Jo also speaks about her family’s journey through addiction and brokenness to recovery and wholeness, encouraging others to break ties with shame and disempowering narratives through authentic community, spiritual exploration and storytelling. Check out more at www.johilder.com.
Lora began her writing journey aged ten - with a short story featuring an evil eyeball named Optic. Not her finest work but fortunately she kept on writing (Mills and Boon style short stories in her teens).
Lynne Stringer has been passionate about writing all her life, beginning with short stories in her primary school days. She began writing professionally as a journalist and was the editor of a small newspaper (later magazine) for seven years, before turning her hand to screenplay writing and novels.
Patricia Weerakoon is a medical doctor-cum-academic turned sexologist and writer.
Rosanne Hawke is an Australian author of over twenty books, among them Shahana, The Messenger Bird the winner of the 2013 Cornish Holyer an Gof award for YA literature, and Taj and the Great Camel Trek.