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About Colleen Eccles Penor

Hi, my name is Colleen, thanks for stopping by! I was born and raised in Wyoming and can’t imagine living anywhere else. I’m an author, a certified public accountant who works tax season each year, and a United States Army veteran who served as a military police officer. It was as a soldier and MP that I learned survival skills and the use of multiple weapons, skills needed by the characters in DAEIOS: 140 FEET DOWN.

I became an author because, for as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to write a novel. Everyone has a book in them, they say. I had no idea my first book would be a dystopian thriller! I’ve written a lot of stories, essays (I was a top finalist in the Writer’s Digest 83rd Annual Writing Competition for my essay, Fearsome Men), poetry, and one short play over the years. I have always been an avid reader and my love for the written word needs to be expressed in my own voice.

When my husband, Rob, proposed to me, he told me he would support me in whatever I wanted to do. Whether that be hanging out my own shingle as an accountant (I had worked full-time in accounting for many years at that time), writing that book that was nagging at me, or anything else. I really enjoy writing, seeing my stories come to life sentence after sentence, page after page.

I wrote DAEIOS because I wanted to create an imperfect character and have her become something special at the end of the book. I’ve been fascinated by underground caverns ever since visiting Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico as a child, so that became the setting. I thought it would be interesting to take current world issues and imagine the worst-case scenarios. What would that look like? How would it affect the characters in the story?

My original idea for DAEIOS was to make it a dystopian story with humor. That’s how it started, with Shea and other characters being funny at times, because, don’t people handle adversity with humor, even if it’s dry humor? But the darker DAEIOS became, the less the humor fit. So DAEIOS became a thriller and has only a touch of lightness here and there to break up the darkness.

When I’m not writing or getting my fix of numbers, (which I also love), during tax season, I love to travel: by boat or ship, airplane, train, car, or motorcycle (I ride on the back). I’ve seen much of the world but there’s still so much more to see. I also enjoy whitewater rafting, walking and hiking, reading, movies, and binge-worthy TV series, plays, live music, and most of all, spending time with my husband and family.

Francis H Powell

Born in 1961, in Reading, England Francis H Powell attended Art Schools, receiving a degree in painting and an MA in printmaking. In 1995, Powell moved to Austria, teaching English as a foreign language while pursuing his varied artistic interests adding music and writing. He currently lives in Brittany, teaching English and history while writing both prose and poetry. Powell has published short stories in the magazine, “Rat Mort” and other works on the internet site “Multi-dimensions.” His first was called “Flight of Destiny” while his most recent is called “Adventures of Death, Reincarnation and Annihilation.”

Ian Hale PH.D

I have published and unpublished poetry. 

I am from the historic City and County of Bristol, England, a member of British Mensa, the Accademia Costantiniana, The Athenian Society and a graduate of Portsmouth, Bristol and Bath Spa Universities. My professional background is in Further and Higher education, Special Education Needs and genetics.

I have four cats, Tisha, George, Pearl and Thor.

Elizabeth N Harris

Hi, I’m Elizabeth N Harris and I’m an Indie author. I have released two books so far and two more planned for release over the next four months. I write romance with a kick! I love motorbikes and sewing. I can’t ride a bike though!! I’ve five children and seven cats so as one can imagine, my house is chaotic, if the kids aren’t misbehaving, the cats are! I love reading and writing. I’ve written ever since I was 13 years old but never published until now. I love the NHL, MLB and NFL and am a strong Chicago Blackhawks fan! Please check out my website and find out more about me and my books at elizabethnharris.net

Jake Victor

Jake Victor is a Nigerian writer based in Lagos, Nigeria. After graduating from the University of Lagos with a first-class honors degree in Microbiology, he kept his passion for writing alive by blogging and writing stories. When he is not writing about his finances on his blog ‘Life on the Dough’, he is watching horror movies or completing a manuscript. He is the author of The Project Massacre.

Delilah Bluette

Delilah Bluette is the author of End of Imperium and Chieftess and has several short works of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry published under other pen names. She is the creator of Authors4Bloggers, which is designed to connect independent authors with bloggers, vloggers, and podcasters who can help promote their books. She lives on the West Coast with two dogs, two cats, and her family.

Nmesoma Okechukwu

Nmesoma Okechukwu is a sci-fi/fantasy writer. She has written short crime thrillers and co-written and published a few research papers on space travel. Due to her love and concern about the environment, she has written and published articles that aims to raise awareness on the proper management of the natural environment.

She has worked as a book and art review. Critic, which she cites as a very enjoyable job as she gets to work with great works of art. One of her most recognized art critique is on The Scream (After Munch) series by Andy Warhol.

Cybernetics Within Us is the debut series by the author.

J. C. Blu

“I tell this story for my soulmate, Preston. We have reunited in this present life, and this book is to show him all the things I was feeling while he wasn’t there, as well as the ones he has infused into my spirit.”

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