ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Jade Lee – Lord Scott
USA Today Bestseller, Jade Lee has been scripting love stories since she first picked up a set of paper dolls. Ball gowns and rakish lords caught her attention early (thank you Georgette Heyer), and her fascination with the Regency began. And as a Taurus, she lives to pit a headstrong woman against a tortured hero just to watch them butt heads on the way to true love. Flesh wounds are rare, but the healing and laughter are real. And don't forget Jade's other name, Kathy Lyons. That's Jade's lighter, contemporary side. She writes for Harlequin Blaze merging sexy and funny relationships into really great reads.View Jade Lee Books in our Catalog
Randi Pink – The Angel of Greenwood
A native and resident of Birmingham, AL, Randi Pink leverages her unique experience with her southern roots when she writes. Randi is a mother, a wife, a writer, an advocate, a fighter, a friend, and so much more. Through a platform of encouragement, advice, and love, Randi loves connecting with the community around her and her loyal community of readers.
Randi Pink is a proud student of University of Alabama at Birmingham’s creative writing program. Randi’s first novel INTO WHITE was published in 2016. Her second novel, GIRLS LIKE US, was inspired by the passing of shocking policies for abortion and other threats to women’s rights in her home state as well as her nation, and wanted to humanize the faces behind abortion. ANGEL OF GREENWOOD, a historical YA novel that takes place during the Greenwood Massacre of 1921, in an area of Tulsa, OK, known as the Black Wall Street, releases in January 2021.
Randi continues to write every day, from short stories that you can find in Randi’s Room to personal writings for herself and her close network. Randi can be found promoting her next book, in her garden, and soaking up family time with her favorite people.
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David L. Robbins – Isaac’s Beacon
NYT best-selling author David L. Robbins has written 15 novels, four professionally produced plays, and, in 2018, was named one of two most influential literary artists in the Commonwealth of Virginia for the past 50 years by the Virginia Commission for the Arts. Robbins lives and writes in his hometown of Richmond, VA, and teaches advanced creative writing at Virginia Commonwealth University. His new historical fiction novel, Isaac’s Beacon, is a sweeping tale based on the real events of Israel’s founding, bringing alive the power and complexities of the birth of the Jewish state.
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