Carol Kennedy

image001Dr. Carol Kennedy has three decades experience teaching, consulting, writing and speaking to varied audiences. Just recently Dr. Carol received a medal for her fourth book, A TASTE OF CHOCOLATE FOR THE SOUL, from Florida Authors/Publishers Association, in the category of spirituality. She transforms a God Whisper into a book or seminar laced with knowledge, humor and inspiration. Favorite topics are “How Can I Unlock God’s Power in My Life?”, “How is Life Like Chocolate?”, “Raising Readers and Thinkers” and “”What’s Your Monster?”

Visit her website at: http://drcarolkennedy.com

Carol Kennedy’s books

Scott Kingdon

I was a litigation attorney for many years. In recent years, I have mediated lawsuits. Most of the articles I have published were published in law journals. I have written some articles for sports publications, such as the Chicago Track Club. I am currently working on a book on the history of high school athlete eligibility litigation in the state of Indiana. The book is an outgrowth of a law journal article I wrote in July, 2012.

10636425_1377162025924857_2802613498196025321_o1Born in New Orleans in 1937. I practiced pediatrics in academia and in private practice before retiring in 1999.
Tried painting and photography before settling on writing for my retirement day job. My delight and challenge as a writer is for my readers to understand and experience the emotions my characters instill in me. Furthermore, I want readers to predict character behavior in any given circumstance based on how I have portrayed them – but then, maybe not.

David Litwack

Dave-Portrait-Hi-ResThe urge to write first struck at age sixteen when working on a newsletter at a youth encampment in the woods of northern Maine. It may have been the wild night when lightning flashed at sunset followed by the northern lights rippling after dark. Or maybe it was the newsletter’s editor, a girl with eyes the color of the ocean. But he was inspired to write about the blurry line between reality and the fantastic.

Using two fingers and lots of white-out, he religiously typed five pages a day throughout college and well into his twenties. Then life intervened. He paused to raise two sons and pursue a career, in the process — and without prior plan — becoming a well-known entrepreneur in the software industry, founding several successful companies. When he found time again to daydream, the urge to write returned.

In this new stage of his life, he’s published Along the Watchtower in June, 2013 and The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky in May, 2014. His next book, The Children of Darkness, is the first of the Seekers series, a dystopian trilogy, that was published in June, 2015.

David and his wife split their time between Cape Cod, Florida and anywhere else that catches their fancy. He no longer limits himself to five pages a day and is thankful every keystroke for the invention of the word processor.

Visit his website at: http://davidlitwack.com

jcl2I started making up stories to tell whoever would listen, virtually when I started talking. I started writing the stories down when I was nine or ten. Yet, somehow as an adult, for about thirty years, the only writing I did was business and technical writing. I spent those years working for corporations in the High-Tech industry, specializing in implementing company-wide Information Systems. At age fifty, I started writing for pleasure, again — first poetry, then short stories, and finally novels.

My first published novel, The Janus Code, written under the pen name J.C. Ferguson (maiden name), was awarded the FAPA President’s Gold Medal. It is an international thriller about trying to stop a very deadly computer virus. I published my second novel in 2015 — Mangrove Madness, a humorous mystery set in Florida. It is about a newly licensed female PI trying to track down first one, then two…then seven missing people.

Next, I’m working on a follow up novel to Mangrove Madness.
I am currently self-employed — designing websites, educating users on computers, creating covers and formatting printed books and eBooks for self-published authors.

Visit my author website at:

Blog: onreadingandwriting.com
More websites:
looselinks.com
mangrovemadness.com
januscode.com
judyloose.com

J.C. Ferguson’s books