Linda Kuhlmann is an Oregon author. Her new mystery novel, THE RED BOOTS, takes
place in both Ireland and Oregon and has a YouTube book trailer that she created as a
promotional tool. Her fictional writing career started after she retired from her job as a
Systems Analyst, where she taught computer software classes. Her first novel, KOENIG’S
WONDER, is partially based on her family history. In addition to her writing, she volunteers
on a Job Shadow Program for teens interested in a career... Read More →
Manuel Muñoz is the author of the novel WHAT YOU SEE IN THE DARK, and two
collections of short stories, THE FAITH HEALER OF OLIVE AVENUE and ZIGZAGGER.
Manuel was a recipient of a a 2009 PEN/O Henry prize, a 2008 Whiting Writers Award, a
Constance Saltonstall Foundation Individual Artist’s Grant for fiction, a National Endowment
for the Arts literature fellowship, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, and was a
finalist for the 2007 Frank O’Connor International Short Story... Read More →
Vania Stoyanova is a photographer and book trailer producer based out of Atlanta area.
She uses social media as a means to promote reading and great books and authors. When
not reading, she can be found talking about all things teen and fun on Twitter or sharing
exciting news and books on her blog.
Dave Weich is the president and founder of Sheepscot Creative, where he fosters profitable communication among businesses, colleagues, consumers, and fans. At Powell’s Books, Dave directed marketing and development efforts that established Portland's leading indepedent bookseller as a formidable national brand; online sales increased from 1.5% of total corporate revenue to more than 30%, and traffic grew from 1,000 unique visitors per day to a peak of more than 90,000. As the creator of Out of... Read More →