Linda LaRue Austin

Linda LaRue Austin has always been fond of words. Now a seasoned writer and historian, she pens fantasy and historical romance novels that are renowned for their colorful characters and intricate plot lines. Noted for her ability to set scenes and compose very human stories, Ms. Austin has utilized her writing talent in many capacities throughout her life, including as a pastor and a Stephen … Continue reading Linda LaRue Austin

Larry Tremblay

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects about one in every 10 people.  Millions of individuals of different ages, genders and ethnicities are impacted, yet we don’t talk about it.  Because of the nature of the symptoms, it feels “inappropriate” to discuss.  However, talking about seemingly private issues is essential if I want to help those out there struggling with IBS to lead more active and productive … Continue reading Larry Tremblay

Ruth Anne Caukwell

Ruth Anne Caukwell holds diplomas in proofreading and editing, journalism, commercial art, and writing. She earned a bachelor’s degree in early childhood teaching and learning, as well as a bachelor’s degree in modern Asian studies from Griffith University. A profoundly educated and extremely passionate individual, Ms. Caukwell is a teacher, author, inspirational writer, blogger, proofreader and editor. Her blog, RuAnCa, serves as an Internet space for … Continue reading Ruth Anne Caukwell

Kevin O’Donnell

Kevin O’Donnell is an accomplished author who is known for his two works: “Tales from the Oldest Profession,” and, “MacRudd -King of Oz- A Tragedy.” With a master’s degree in commercial law from Deakin University, a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Melbourne and more than 40 years of experience as a practicing lawyer, Mr. O’Donnell has utilized his knowledge to publish his works … Continue reading Kevin O’Donnell

Edmund L. DuBois, MS

A retired brigadier general of the U.S. Army, Edmund L. DuBois embraces his passion for writing as a renowned author and storyteller. He has thus far authored three novels: “A Lace Cap and Two Boys”; “In the Name of Church”; and “A Lesser Tale of the South Pacific.” An avid traveler, Mr. DuBois even went to France in order to accurately write, “In the Name … Continue reading Edmund L. DuBois, MS