Our Authors


Alexey, flew for a CIA secret airline in Laos, chased elephant poachers in Kenya, led horseback tours into the Chilean Andes. The explosive pages of his novel, "Kingmaker" reveal not only a vivid imagination, but the experience gathered in a thriller life.

Stacie has a BA in psychology, is a trainer, writer, artist, Reiki Master, and certified hypnotherapist. She has facilitated workshops within the US; including the Center for Human Consciousness Studies at UNLV. She is the author of 

"Awake in Angelscape".

  Erin grew up in an atmosphere of love for good books and excellent writing. Inspired by her parents, Erin discovered her own passion for the written word.
  A native Texan, she and her husband live just east of Dallas, where she was born and raised.
"ShadowWalk: The Gathering" 

 Linda believes that dreams can come true. "Mine sure have--seven wonderful children, nine amazing grandchildren, a rewarding career in writing, and helping others see their words in print through LSP Digital."

"Virtuous Dove"

 "Rebel Dove"

"Doves Migration",

"Soiled Doves", and 

"Sea of Lies".


John worked for the U.S. State Department, 

conducting international operations, and concurrently for Mossad in Israel. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, an MBA and a Juris Doctorate degree. 

"Life According to Dad",

"The Eleventh Hour"

Kevin Fraser was born in Toronto, Ontario. He was always interested in drawing and creating stories ever since he can remember. After graduation he was offered a job at Sullivan Bluth Studios in Dublin, Ireland. From there he's worked  at Walt  Disney studios in Canada,  coordinated an animation program at The Toronto Film School and taught in Bloor west area to younger students.

"My Best Friends Are Tools" was inspired by his young son Kyle.

Pat has a Masters in Music, and sang in opera houses in the US and Europe. Leaving the world of opera, she decided to teach music in Chicago where she taught emotionally challenged children before transferring to the public school system in the inner city.Upon retiring, she transferred her skills from the performance arena to the computer where she creates her own stories.

"In the Arms of the Enemy", "Waterlilies Over My Grave

Jane Ellen, grew up in the country. After a wonderful childhood, 7 years of college, and 12 years as owner of her own business, she purchased a 10 acre farm in her homestate of MI.Several years later, after a dear friend suggested she share some of the interesting and fun experiencing while on the farm, she began a new career in writing. "

"Room For One More",

"The Spirit Within"

 Bones thrills in the 
excitement of a child’s face when they involve themselves in a story. From his past as a U.S. Federal Officer, and then attorney, Bones draws upon life experiences to have children question and ponder what they read in his unconventional style.

"The Schnitlegroobers" ,

"The Mugwumpers",

"Big Living House", "Grandmas Killing Christmas" 

Micki Peluso, author of  

"...And the Whippoorwill Sang", penned a story, part memoir, part Americana for one purpose. She made a 
promise to her stricken child.   From the beaches of Long Island, NY to the glitter of Las Vegas, NV--the majestic PA Susquehanna Mountains, to Staten Island, NY, her stories traveled with her. Micki writes fiction and non-fiction often based upon her family life. Her greatest achievement in life is her children and grandchildren. 

Just ask them!

Carol, is a native of Texas where she resides with 
her husband and daughter. After graduating from college, she 
was a character at a Renaissance Festival from whence her 
story grew. She is a member of several on-line writers' groups. 

"The Master and the Fighter", is her debut novel.

CJ lives with her husband of thirty-two years in New Orleans. She has served as Secretary and President of  SOLA, the New Orleans chapter of RWA.

Her life moto? Anything can happen where disbelief fears to tread.

"Fugue Macabre, Ghost Dance", "Fugue Macabre, Bone Dance"

  Don, the youngest son of Pearl and A.V. Queen, as a tribute to his beloved Dad,  has taken on the task of republishing his father's book from the 1950's. In this edition are original crime photographs, newspaper articles, notes that were kept by A.V. in his trusty notebook. Relying on the childhood memories of an impressionable young boy who idolized his dad, Eloy's history comes alive. "ELOY" 

Following WWII, Eloy, a hot dusty "Cotton Boom Town” in South Central Arizona lived up to its Spanish translation, "My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me?" During the 40's where deputies were killed, crippled or scared off the job except for one, A.V. Queen.Know today by some as an urban legend  "ELOY"