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  • Kerry Arquette
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    Kerry Arquette

    About the book About the author Pre-order First published at age 13, Kerry Arquette went on to write articles for dozens of national magazines and her work was featured in Chicken Soup for the Writer’s Soul. She is the author of two picture books including What Did You Do Today? (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich), which won the Colorado Book Award, and was later selected for inclusion in the compilation, Sweet Dreams: Five Minute Bedtime Stories. Her picture book, Daddy Promises was released by Concordia Publishing. Arquette was also Executive Editor of Memory Makers Books, an imprint of F+W Publishing specializing in scrapbooking and paper crafts. With business partner, Andrea Zocchi, she founded Cantata Books Inc., a publishing company responsible for dozens of popular art and crafting titles. Arquette is, herself, a prolific multi-media artist. Kerry also holds a Masters degree in criminology and has worked with crime victims as part of the Denver Colorado Police Department. She is married to Denver attorney, Mark Senn, and has three children, Erin, Brittan, and Ryan. She is the daughter of well-known author, Lois Duncan.

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  • Judy Volhart
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    Judy Volhart

    Judy Volhart graduated from Montreal’s Dawson College Retail Management program with a firm understanding that she hated the retail industry and a resolution to never work in that field. Today she manages a health and dental insurance claims department. Judy started writing her first novel at the age of fifteen, and her second during her twenties, but never completed either work. In her thirties, she wrote a children’s novel, then in her forties switched to the mystery genre. The combination of mysteries, romance and food are the perfect fit for her quirky sense of humor and writing style. Judy currently resides in Ottawa, Canada, and much the same as her character Amalia Kis, she enjoys wine, cheese and salamis. When she’s not eating, drinking or writing, Judy enjoys traveling, walking and cycling.

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  • Diana Tarant Schmidt
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    Diana Tarant Schmidt

    Diana Tarant Schmidt loves getting lost in a story, and it is that love that is the undercurrent to all that she does. For fourteen years she has taught junior high school, and she shares her love of stories with her students. Through teaching, Diana has also gained an enthusiasm for service. With the help of her students, she executes several projects each year, donating money, objects and time to various organizations in the Chicago area where she lives and works. When not teaching, she and her husband find time for small adventures. Diana’s favorites include running the marathon, mountain hiking and travel. Outside the classroom, Diana writes curriculum and raises two incredible humans along with the best partner and true superhero imaginable.

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  • Paul Falk
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    Paul Falk

    After graduating with an M.A. in Audiology, I turned my attention from college textbooks to an eclectic array of novels. 'Writing' pieces of fiction has moved to the forefront and allows me to explore my creative juices. 'Reading' is a pleasure that consumes much of my waking hours. 'Reviewing' literature is my heartfelt contribution to the literary ecosystem which gives me great satisfaction.

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  • William A. Glasser
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    William A. Glasser

    William Glasser received his PhD in English, with a minor in Comparative Religions, through the Writer's Workshop at the University of Iowa, his MA in Creative Writing at the University of Florida, and his BA at Harpur College, part of the SUNY system. Dr. Glasser taught for many years at Williams College, Skidmore College, and Trinity College in Hartford. He was also awarded a Senior Fulbright Lectureship and taught American literature to Austrian students for a year at the University of Salzburg, Austria. Currently, he is President Emeritus of Southern Vermont College. In addition to two books of literary criticism, he has published critical articles, short stories, and poetry in a variety of scholarly and popular journals in the United States, Austria, and South Korea. His last academic book, The Art of Literary Thieving, can be found in the libraries of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and fifty other U.S. universities, including many other institutions in Canada, in European countries, and in the Far East (thank you Google).

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