J.D. Grayson lives in the state of Florida, where the heat and sweat naturally inspires him to write erotica.
With every work, Grayson attempts to straddle the line of sensuality and kink, story and sex, as well as fantasy and reality. He strives to add imagination to every plot line, in addition to each sex act. Some stories are lighter in tone; others are darker, though his ultimate goal is spice up the sex life of readers.
If just one of his stories adds some lust to their love, then his mission is accomplished.
"Writing for me is like breathing, as it was never a choice, it was something I was born into. Much like an artist, my canvas is the screen, the words the paint. There is nothing more satisfying than saturating the reader's minds with written fantasies."
Amber Escalera lives in the state of Wisconsin with her husband, their three children, and her family.
Amber started writing poetry when she was just a child, with the dream of sharing it one day. After posting a couple of her poems on Facebook she was told she writes with strong emotion. That positive feedback made her strive to continue to share her words.
Amber’s main goal is to touch people’s hearts with her writing. To let others know that they are not alone in the way they feel...even if they can’t express it.
"Writing is my release. I can be open and free within the pages."
"Sometimes I get so frustrated with demanding people it inspires me to write a witty or gotcha poem or short. Afterwards, I feel better and they have no idea they have just been...well, you know. Not to mention it then frees up space in the brain for the good stuff."
A.K. Stout is a native Michigander, whom now lives in a small town in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains. Having three children of her own, raising a fourth, A.K. is known as ‘mom’ to four grown children and ‘grandma’ to eleven.
To A.K. writing is an escape, a release, and sometimes her venting mechanism. There isn’t a time she can recall when she didn’t enjoy writing. There have been times that the words were tumbling around so fast that she wrote on the first thing she could lay her hands on. Problematic? Indeed, a time or two.
From a very early age, A.K. began to receive recognition for her seemingly effortless writing abilities. In the third grade, she was announced the winner in a school-wide story writing contest. In high school, short stories were kept by the teachers to be used as examples for other classes, which were supposed to be returned at the end of the year. I have wondered a time or two what happened to them, as they were never returned.
In 1990, A.K. was nominated and won the Golden Nugget Award for her work with Exceptional Children. One of those poems, (Celebrate Our Children), has since been put to music, along with several of her other works.
Besides writing, A.K. enjoys reading, music, and genealogy. Digging into the family history has almost become an obsession of late. Remembering when children were sent out of the room to go play so the grown-ups could talk…oh, the things they talked about! Fodder for another book? It may be a possibility.
Being from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, I have been through and have seen a lot. I read everything I could get my hands on at a young age. I began writing at the age of 13 years old. I always knew there was something different about me and I had a gift to share. I processed things differently in my mind. Teachers, elders, and people I had conversations with asked how I thought of such things. My response was, “My mind speaks for itself. I follow what it tells me to do and say.” With that ability, I can creatively write for readers of all races, nationalities, and cultures to be captivated through my words.
"To be able to bring life through your words is magical. I love to write and make people smile. Being able to make people believe that they can do whatever they put their minds to is a very powerful thing."
AM Ryder is an American author who loves to tell a good story with plot, flow, and character.
AM strives to deliver an enjoyable reading experience with elements such as edge, sex, and plot twists.
Always within the romance genre, book themes vary from dark to dramatic to comedic, ranging in subject from paranormal, MC, rock stars and many other worlds for readers to enjoy.
"It is within the world that our minds create that we find the truest form of communication. The communication which allows us to bring the world within our own minds, to the hearts and minds of our readers."
Jesse Miller is from Philadelphia, PA, and is taking on the writing world as the new voice for the urban communities.
Jesse has been writing since 2015, and is inspired by other established urban authors, as well as his living environment. While incarcerated, Jesse obtained his GED.
Current works include his first published project, The Cardholder Corporation, which is part one in his Cardholder Series.
"It is because of the higher power that I write. That I am able to share my writings with the world."
Amber Lacie grew up in Chicagoland and now lives in a quaint little town in Northwest Indiana. She has two beautiful children and a husband who worships the ground she walks on (or at least he should). She is an avid reader and coffee drinker.
The love of being able to be transported into another world and experience adventures through someone else’s imagination has always captured her attention. Now, she is expanding that love into writing and is looking forward to producing many books.
"Writing to me is a way of escaping reality by creating fantasies one word at a time..."
Daisy always dreamed of becoming a writer. From the moment she picked up her very first romance novel at the tender age of twelve, she was hooked. As she got older and more ambitious, she wrote her first Young Adult novel, which promptly got devoured by her temperamentalHewlett-Packard. Since then, she's learned a lot about crafting an engaging story to captivate readers - and how to back up her work to avoid utter devastation at the hands of technology.
Daisy lives mostly in her head but calls beautiful Montreal, Quebec her home. She spends her days as a stay-at-home-mom/voice-over artist and lives to make her family as happy as she possibly can!
Her husband is the man of her dreams and you'll find a little bit of him in every Hero she writes. Most of her Heroines have a little bit of her in them as well. In doing so, she's made her love for her husband immortal.
"I have too many wild thoughts rolling around in my brain to not share it with the world! That's why I write."
~DAISY ST. JAMES
Stacey Fenner, was born December 1 and raised in New Haven, CT., the youngest of three. In 1999 Stacey relocated to Atlanta, GA where she resided for a year before moving to Baltimore, MD to care for her parents with her two daughters.
Writing since she was a child was a way to express herself, allowing her to overcome many trials and tribulations. However, she never pursued her gift until 2008. Although she obtained her degree in accounting, and currently works in that field, her passion is and always has been writing.
Stacey’s writing career is focused upon novels about relationships. Her first book, A Toxic Love Affair, which was published in April of 2015, landed her in the #37 spot on the Woman's Urban Best Selling list. Her follow-up novel, A Toxic Love Affair Part 2, landed in the # 24 spot on that very same list. Having just recently finished up Part 3 of that series, Stacey is taking the Indie world by storm.
"Writing is my stress reliever. It takes me away to imaginary places that are unforeseen. I get to write about the things that enter my mind but never leave my mouth."
Teresa Crumpton writes dark supernatural thrillers, along with poetry, romance, and short stories. She’s been writing since she was a kid but never thought about being a writer until now. Teresa’s first novel in the Legacy Series is a haunting ghost story with a little-rumored family history within the pages.
Teresa obtained two degrees, Government with an Emphasis in Legal Studies, and English Lit, hoping to get into law school. In 2004 she married the man of her dreams. As they moved around the country her dreams changed. She once again went back to school, this time obtaining a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, and her writing became not only her passion but also the fulfillment of a promise to her father before he passed.
Teresa Crumpton grew up in Cincinnati and Dallas/Ft. Worth, making her a hybrid midwest and southern girl. She has five siblings (all half or step), which always makes for a boisterous Christmas while traveling.
"Even when I was young I loved to write stories. It was an outlet for me. As I got older I discovered that if I didn't write and get these character's voices out of my head, I might actually go crazy. So it's really a win-win for me.."