P.A.Baines is the author of Alpha Redemption, a Christian speculative fiction novel that asks the question: “If a man-made artificial intelligence became self-aware and developed a belief in God, would God recognize it as having a soul?”. Educated in Africa, he works as an analyst/programmer and is studying towards a degree in Creative Writing. He currently lives in a small corner of the Netherlands with his wife and two children and various wildlife.
Keven Newsome is a graduate student at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, where he is pursuing a Master of Arts in Theology specializing in Supernatural Theology. He writes stories that portray the Supernatural and Paranormal with an accurate Biblical perspective. He is the author of Winter, a thriller published by Splashdown Darkwater. He currently lives in New Orleans, LA with his wife and their two children.
Kat Heckenbach spent her childhood with pencil and sketchbook in hand, knowing she wanted to be an artist when she grew up—so naturally she graduated college with a degree in biology, went on to teach math, and now homeschools her two children while writing. Her fiction ranges from light-hearted fantasy to dark and disturbing, with multiple stories published online and in print. Her debut novel, YA fantasy Finding Angel, is available in print and ebook.
Rebecca P. Minor approaches storytelling with perspective drawn from her love of media arts, namely film and animation. A 1997 graduate from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Rebecca earned a BFA in traditional 2-D animation. Since then, she has filled the roles of character animator, freelance illustrator, art teacher, and most importantly, wife to her husband Scott and mother of three boys. In recent years, she has added fiction writing to her list of pursuits.
Diane Graham lives in the mountains of eastern Oklahoma with her husband and five children. She is an avid reader and lover of all art forms that encapsulate imagination and goodness. With her novel I Am Ocilla, she was a winner of Marcher Lord Press Premise Contest 2009.
Diane’s novel I Am Ocilla debuted with Splashdown Books in March of 2012.
Born in Kansas and born again at age six, Robynn wrote stories for her own amusement for the next thirty years. When a job as a foster care caseworker became too stressful and a career with a floral trade magazine became too comfortable, her thoughts turned to writing an actual book. Success led to success, and she completed a second novel and started her third. Robynn, aka Ranunculus Turtle, lives in Kansas with a clowder of cats, a patient dog and a garden.
Robynn’s first novel, Star of Justice, is available from Splashdown Books in print and ebook.