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About Emily Sue Harvey

Emily Sue Harvey, author and speaker, writes to make a difference. Dozens of her upbeat stories and articles appear in Chocolate for Women, Chicken Soup for the Soul, women’s magazines, websites, and other anthologies.

She is the author of the novel Song of Renewal and Homefires and the novella Flavors. . . . → Read More: Space by Emily Sue Harvey Book Review by Lauren Benjunas

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About Atonus Perry

Atonus L. Perry has always been fascinated with tales of fantasy and wonder. Being the son of a librarian, he spent many of his weekends and summers reading books. The only thing he loved more than reading was indulging in creative writing. As he matured he began to take an interest in . . . → Read More: Interview with Atonus Perry, author of “Sinexia: The Mark of Perillius”

The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh Book Spotlight

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Vanessa Diffenbaugh was born in San Francisco and raised in Chico, California. After studying creative writing and education at Stanford, she went on to teach art and writing to youth in low-income communities. She and her husband, PK, have three children: Tre’von, eighteen; Chela, four; and Miles, three. Tre’von, a former foster . . . → Read More: The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh Book Spotlight