Accompaniment (Fellow Authors)

Although I support all authors, on this page, I would like to showcase some extra special folks that I would like you to meet.

In no particular order … Here they are! 🙂






Staci Troilo

Suspense, Passion…Fiction That Flutters The Heart

hastings b&wGenres:
Romance, Suspense, Paranormal, Mystery, and Mainstream

Quirky fact I don’t want anyone to know:
The socks in my sock drawer and some books on my shelf are arranged in rainbow order.

I grew up knowing family is paramount. I was blessed to spend time with extended family daily, not just on holidays or weekends. Because of those close-knit familial bonds, every day was full of love and laughter, food and fun.

Life has taken me a thousand miles away from that extended family, but those ties remain. And so do the traditions, which I now share with my husband, son, and daughter… even my two dogs. And through my fiction, I share those traditions and the importance of relationships with you. Mystery or suspense, romance or mainstream—in my stories, family is paramount.

To learn more about me, visit me at or connect with me on social media.

Relevant Links:
Blog | Amazon | BookBub | Goodreads | Newsletter
Twitter | Facebook | FB Group | Pinterest | Google + | LinkedIn

Works by Staci Troilo:

Type and Cross (Cathedral Lake Book 1)
Out and About (Cathedral Lake Book 2)
Pride and Fall (Cathedral Lake Book 3)
Bleeding Heart (Medici Protectorate Book 1)
Mind Control (Medici Protectorate Book 2)
Love Set in Stone (standalone novel)
Mystery Heir (standalone novel)

When We Finally Kiss Goodnight (novella)
Laci & Del: 12 Months, 12 Chances (novella)

Quantum Wanderlust (anthology)
Bright Lights and Candle Glow (anthology)
Macabre Sanctuary (anthology)
Unshod (anthology)

Mae Clair

Mystery & Suspense…with a dash of Myth & Romance

Close-up of author Mae Clair, facing camera, holding penGenres:

Mystery, Psychological Thrillers, Supernatural Suspense, Romantic Suspense

Quirky fact I don’t want anyone to know:
(or maybe I do)….I saw a UFO when I was six. Probably why I write some of the stuff I do.



They say everyone has a story to tell.

I wrote my first childish “masterpiece” at six and was immediately bitten by the writing bug. Since then, I’ve been composing nonstop, and have dabbled in multiple genres over the years, writing everything from fantasy, westerns, and horror to inspirational fiction, romance, and sci-fi. It took me a while to find my niche, but I’ve settled comfortably into the mystery/suspense genre (with a just a dash of romance tossed in).

Several of my earlier works have strong romantic themes, but all are infused with threads of mystery. I have a passion for folklore, myth, and urban legends and that attraction often factors into my writing. You’ll find threads of archaic tales and mysterious places woven throughout many of my novels.

I am a member of the International Thriller Writers and a past president of the Central Pennsylvania Writer’s Organization. If I’m not camped out at my keyboard or have my nose buried in a book, I’m likely looking up blurry images of cryptids on Google, sorting through vintage photographs or imagining life as a cat.

Relevant Links:
Website | Amazon | BookBub | Goodreads | Newsletter
Twitter | Facebook Pinterest | Google + | Kensington Publishing

Works by Mae Clair:
A Thousand Yesteryears  (Point Pleasant Book One)
A Cold Tomorrow  (Point Pleasant Book Two)
A Desolate Hour (Point Pleasant Book Three)
Eclipse Lake
Food for Poe
Macabre Sanctuary 
Myth and Magic
Quantum Wanderlust
Solstice Island 
Twelfth Sun
Weathering Rock

Joan Hall

Mystery and Suspense… with a touch of romance

Joan HallGenres:
Mystery, Suspense, Romantic Suspense

Quirky fact I don’t want anyone to know:
My favorite color changes depending upon my mood. Sometimes it’s red, other times green, but most of the time I prefer blue.

I’ve always enjoyed a good story. Some of my earliest memories are the times when I listened to my mother tell something about herself or her family. Although I enjoyed all of her stories, the ones that involved suspense or mystery fascinated me most. Even as a child, I would think about the “what ifs” and was intrigued by inexplicable happenings.

I became an avid reader and this developed into a desire to write. At the age of ten, I scribbled little short stories. I dabbled in poetry in my early teens, as did many of my friends. At age seventeen, I wrote a short YA novel by hand.

After I married, I set aside my wish to be a writer, but the desire never went away. When two different people said to me, “You should write a book,” I knew it was time to get serious about writing. (They probably said it because of my penchant for long narratives.)

I’m not superstitious. I’ll purposely cross a black cat’s path (in fact, I own a black manx) or walk under a ladder. However, I am interested in the folklore and legends behind superstition and ghost sightings. I like solving mysteries and once thought being a private detective would be an interesting job. You can learn more about me by visiting me at my site.

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Twitter | Facebook | FB Group | Pinterest | Google +

Works by Joan Hall:

Bright Lights and Candle Glow (anthology)

Macabre Sanctuary (anthology)

Quantum Wanderlust (anthology)  

The Stranger (novella)

Unknown Reasons (Driscoll Lake Book Two)

Unseen Motives (Driscoll Lake Book One) 

Unshod (anthology)

C.S. Boyack

Craig came to fiction writing later in life than most authors. He always had to write, to one degree or another as part of various jobs. Early one winter morning, he conquered the Internet and didn’t feel like shoveling the sidewalk until the sun came up. He tried a few pages of fiction and got hooked.

Craig doesn’t like limitations and calls himself a writer of speculative fiction. It’s a broad field, but he limits himself to science fiction, paranormal, and a bit of fantasy.

He has eight published works—six novels and two collections of short stories.

You can find him at the following locations:

Amazon Author Page | His blog: Entertaining Stories
Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

Works by C. S. Boyack

Macabre Sanctuary

The Playground
Will O’ the Wisp

The Enhanced League

The Hat

P.H. Solomon

Speculative Fiction | Sci-Fi | Fantasy

P. H. SolomonGenres:
Speculative Fiction | Sci-Fi | Fantasy

Quirky fact I don’t want anyone to know:
I can figure out Russian script but only understand proper nouns.

I’m P. H. Solomon and I live in the greater Birmingham, AL area. I strongly dislike yard work and sanding the deck rail. However, I perform such duties to maintain a nice home for my loved ones as well as the family’s German Shepherds.

In my spare time, I ride herd as a Computer Whisperer on large computers called servers (harmonica not required). Additionally, I enjoy reading, running, most sports, and fantasy football. Having a degree in Anthropology, I also have a wide array of more “serious” interests in addition to working regularly to hone my writing.

To learn more about me, visit me at or connect with me on social media.

Relevant Links:
Blog | Amazon | Goodreads | Newsletter | Street Team | YouTube | Instagram
Twitter | Facebook | Pinterest | Google + | Wattpad | Goodreads | Tumblr | LinkedIn

Works by P. H. Solomon:
The Black Bag (short story)
The Bow of Destiny (The Bow of Hart Saga novel 1)

An Arrow Against the Wind (The Bow of Hart Saga novel 2)

The White Arrow (The Bow of Hart Saga novel 3)

Trading Knives (Bow of Hart Saga prequel short story 1)
What is Needed (Bow of Hart Saga
 prequel short story 2)



Jan Hawke

(Also know as Sîan Glírdan)



There’s pieces of me strung all over the web (you’ll find most of the main stuff on the L-INKS page in here), but as this is now my ‘flagship’ presence, I suppose I’d better get this done 😉

In the past I’ve written some Freudian whimsy on the three ‘me’s’ so let’s kick off with the Ego. My author pic naturally, since I am fully defined as such in the waking world these days. It’s the one I had taken (by my late husband, Pete) to go on Milele Safari. If I’d used the colour version you’d see I’m wearing a blue and turquoise ethnic scarf and my favourite ring – Smaug the dragon, which was made by a hoopy master silversmith, Lexi Dix, who numbers rocks stars, captains of industry and the Prince of Wales among her clientele. So how did I get this not so small chunk of silver? Well, it’s a combination of catching Lexi (when she wasn’t famous) on a summer market stall at the Guildhall in the City of London, and Pete getting sick of being told about this incredible dragon ring I’d seen nestling up with some bird skull rings (for the rock stars) and buying it as a Christmas pressie for me. I was a lucky, lucky girl ‘cos even in those days Lexi’s stuff didn’t come cheap – but then this is a very, very classy ring that serves as a talisman and muse some days…

Relevant Links:

Blog | Amazon | Goodreads | Twitter | Facebook| LinkedIn | Media Kit

Works by Jan Hawke:

Milele Safari: An Eternal Journey

Dreamless Roads: A Fantasy Anthology

A Freebooter’s Fantasy Almanac: A Sort of Real Cyberspace Memoir

The Rogue’s Odyssey


Jan Sikes

Multi-award winning author

Bio: Author, Jan Sikes has published five Biographical Fiction books and one Poetry and Art. Four of these five books have won writing competition awards and one, Home at Last, has won two separate awards. They’ve also been chose as “Reader’s Favorites.” Another rather unique thing that Jan Sikes offers is a music CD or original music that matches the time period of each story. Jan resides in the North Texas Area. She has developed writing workshops and is available for public speaking engagements. She has appeared on Good Morning Texas as a guest and on multiple internet radio shows.

Relevant Links:

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Works by Jan Sikes:

Flowers and Stone

The Convict and the Rose

Home at Last

‘Til Death Do Us Part


Flutter Your Wings

Gwen Plano

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John Howell


John turned to writing as a full-time occupation after an extensive career in business. John writes thriller fiction novels and short stories. His story Cold Night Out won an honorable mention in Writers Digest Popular Fiction contest this year. He also won first place in the Kurt Vonnegut Kilgore Trout novel contest, celebrating Kurt Vonnegut as an author. His short story Never Give Inn was selected to be published in the Miracle E-zine fifth issue published in April of 2014.

John lives on Mustang Island in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of south Texas with his wife Molly and their spoiled rescue pets.

Relevant Links:

Blog | Amazon | Goodreads | Twitter | Facebook | Linked In |

Works by John Howell:

Our Justice

His Revenge


Circumstances of Childhood

Yvette M Calleiro


Yvette M. Calleiro is a heavily addicted reader of both young adult and adult novels.  She spends most of her time psuedo-living in paranormal worlds with her fictional friends (and boyfriends). She’s also been known to ride the stationary bike at her gym for hours while reading anything from paranormal to fantasy to suspenseful thrillers.

When she’s living amongst real people, Yvette M. Calleiro is a middle school Reading teacher. She’s been sharing her love of literature with her students for over fifteen years. Besides writing about the various characters that whisper (and sometimes scream) in her head, she enjoys traveling, watching movies, spending quality time with family and friends, and enjoying the beauty of the ocean.

Yvette lives in Miami, Florida, with her beautiful son who allows her to enjoy children’s literature all over again. She also shares her space with an assortment of crazy saltwater animals in her 300-gallon tank.

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Works by Yvette M Calleiro:

The One Discovered

The One Enlightened

The One Betrayed

The One Revealed

The One Awakened

Lizzie Chantree


I write sizzling romances and am an enthusiastic inventor, businesswoman and artist. I founded my first company at the age of 17 and have been creating products and driving my family mad ever since.

I appeared on Sky News, ITV Lunchtime News, This Morning, The Gloria Hunniford show, The Big Breakfast, BBC’s Worldwide Radio Service, amongst others for becoming one of Fair Play London’s Female Innovators for inventing Runaway Spray, a ‘ladder’ stop spray for hosiery.

I live in Essex, with my gorgeous family and a very unusual dog.  In between the school run and baking cakes (or burning them), I sit in my rooftop studio daydreaming of new stories about quirky businesses and the romantic escapades of the entrepreneurs that run them.

Relevant Links:

Blog | Amazon | Goodreads | Twitter | Facebook | Linked In | Media Kit |

Works by Lizzie Chantree:

Babe Driven

Love’s Child

Finding Gina

Ninja School Mum

Carole Parkes


I started writing many years ago. In 1985, I produced several short stories, a series of children’s books, and the rough draft of Tissue of Lies, which would become my first eBook on Kindle. Between 1985 and 1989, I also encouraged my elderly mother to write her life story while I started on my biography. Owing to my commitment of caring for my elderly parents, I didn’t take my writing too seriously until after they both passed away in 2012.

I self published Tissue of Lies in June 2013 and have since designed a new cover for it to coincide with the launch of my co-authored thriller/suspense book Your Last Breath. My writing partner for this second book is Doug Lafuze. We published this dark serial killer fiction in December 2015.

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Works by Carole Parks:

Tissue of Lies

Your Last Breath

Suzanna Burke

Bio: Suzanne Burke resides with her daughter and grandson in a small country town located hundreds- of-miles to the west of her previous home in Sydney Australia.

Suzanne had long wanted to write, life interrupted and she didn’t begin her journey into the world of writing until she was in her early fifties.

Suzanne has written her memoirs under the author name of Stacey Danson, both her non-fiction books have ranked in the top 100 paid in kindle on Amazon. “Empty Chairs” and “Faint Echoes of Laughter” continue to earn wonderful reviews.

Suzanne writes her powerful Thrillers “Acts Beyond Redemption” and “Acts of Betrayal” and her Paranormal anthology “Mind-Shaft” as S. Burke. To learn more about Suzanne please visit her site on on Twitter you’ll find her here Twitter for Suzanne Burke

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Works by Suzanna Burke:

Acts Beyond Redemption (Unintended Consequences Book 1)

Acts of Betrayal (Unintended Consequences Book 2)

Empty Chairs: Much more than a story about child abuse (Standing Tall and Fighting Back. Book 1)

Faint Echoes of Laughter. (Standing Tall and Fighting Back. Book 2)

Mind-Shaft: Paranormal Anthology

Yasmin Y. Correa


Y. Correa is a literary seductress, luring one in with her talent of Romancing the Words, keeping one hypnotized with dynamic characters, and stimulating one with engaging narrative voices, strong plots, and epic conflicts. Her writes are as complex and as distinct as her person; a delightful combination of eclectic and antiquated. Therefore, the mere mention of fitting into one set genre is laughable. The multi-genre decadence is where she showcases her magnificence.
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Stephen Geez

Bio: Retired TV producer and composer/producer of music for television, Stephen Geez has mellowed into the lakeside-living life of a writer, editor, graphic-artist, and Fresh Ink Group publisher. His work includes novels, short fiction, personal-experience essays, blogs, GeezWriter How-To material for authors, podcasts, video scripts, marketing content, and more.

Geez is the founding member of Fresh Ink Group, which is found at Originally an organization for providing literary management to him and his writer friends, the group (FIG) has grown and morphed into author services and now a full publishing company producing and distributing worldwide hardcover, soft-cover, and multi-platform ebook editions along with supporting media such as book trailers. Now he divides his time between his own writing and working with other authors in all aspects of the industry from editing to graphic design to marketing.

Geez finds himself growing restless with any one kind of writing. Each of his novels, the wide swath of his short fiction, and even his essays and other narrative forms all tend to vary in style, presentation, genre, and even target audience. He’s never had much sympathy for people who want to be writers but who can’t think of anything to say, or can’t be bothered with the dedication and effort of revising and perfecting one’s drafts.

Relevant Links: 

Blog | Fresh Ink Group | Amazon | Goodreads | Twitter | Facebook | Linked In |

Works by Stephen Geez:

Dance of the Lights

What Sara Saw

Papala Skies

Zhasou Pure

Fantasy Patch

Been There, Noted That: Essays in Tribute to Life


Geez How To Books … 5 volumes (See Amazon Author Page)

Fresh Ink Group Short Story Showcase #1

Monica F. Brown (No Labels Unleashed)

Bio: Also known as ‘Queen of Spades’ and ‘NoLabelsUnleashed”

“If I were to describe myself, it would be Life Writer. Although I mainly write poetry and prose, I don’t limit myself to a certain style nor a certain subject. I write about what I can relate to or if I can mirror someone else’s experiences.”–Queen of Spades

Queen of Spades has been writing since the age of eleven. She made her Internet poetry debut in the mid 1990’s at Fireseek (later renamed Urban Poetic), then branched out to participate in International House of Poets as well as ventured into spoken word with talents featured at Vocalized Ink and House of Ra. She served as hostess on the poetry collective, Soulful Branches: Simply Words and participated on the accompanying CD, Soulful Branches: Words and Sounds.

Since then, Queen of Spades has published the following works: Reflections of Soul, the Eclectic collection (Skin Edition and Beyond the Skin), the Spaded Truths collection (Themes and Proclamations and Life-O-Suction) and Private Pain: Amidst These Ashes. She was also part of the poetry anthology Words of Fire and Ice and short story anthology Summer Shorts II: Best Kept Secrets, presented by Durham Editing and Ebooks, as well as Continuous Drips (with fellow authors Da’Kharta Rising and Synful Desire), Concordant Vibrancy: Unity and Concordant Vibrancy 2: Vitality. She also participated in Crackles of the Heart (Divergent Ink).

An eclectic spirit seeking like minds and positive connections.

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Works by Monica F. Brown:

Spaded Truths: Themes and Proclamations

Private Pain: Amidst These Ashes

Words of Fire and Ice

The Sea of Conscience: Poetry, Prose and The Pursuit of Self

Summer Shorts II: Best Kept Secrets

Concordant Vibrancy (Vol 1)

Continuous Drips

Crackles of the Heart: Divergent Ink

Waves to Light

Life-O-Suction: Spaded Truths 2

Concordant Vibrancy 2: Vitality

Concordant Vibrancy 3: Lustrate

Thanks for stopping by!

I hope you’ve met some great new authors 🙂