Author Links

Some of my favorite author and writer links...from novelists to nonfiction to short story writers.

Listed in alphabetical order beginning with the writer's first name.

Author and Writer Links


Alice de Sturler, Defrosting Cold Cases

Andrew Porter, author of “The Theory of Light and Matter”

Anita Bell, author of the “Kirby’s Crusader’s” Novels

Bob Sanchez, author of “When Pigs Fly”

Carol Kean, book reviews, essays, other stories

Diane Diekman, author of “A Farm in the Hidewood” and “Live Fast, Love Hard: The Faron Young Story”

Donald Harstad, bestselling novelist

Earl Hamner, Jr., creator of “The Waltons” and author of “Spencer’s Mountain” and other novels

Garth Stein, author of “The Art of Racing in the Rain”

Gary Presley, essayist and author of “7 Wheelchairs: A Life Beyond Polio”

Gayle Surrette, editor of SFRevu and Gumshoe Review

Gretchen Rubin, The Happiness Project

J.A. Jance, author of “Exit Wounds” and other bestsellers

Jeannette Angell, author of “Callgirl”

Jennifer Chiaverini, author of the Elm Creek Quilt Series

Jerry Buck, author of “A Blood Red Rose,” “Pearl on Fire” and other works

Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana, Flash and Filigree

Lorenzo Carcaterra, author of “Sleepers”

Lori Mathes, Iowa Poet

Matthew Clayton, author of “The Boots Told the Story” and other works

Max Barry, author of “Syrup” and “Jennifer Government”

Michelle Buckman, author of “A Piece of the Sky” and other Fiction that Rethinks Life

Mona Leeson Vanek, author of “Behind These Mountains”

Paullina Simons, author of “Tully,” “The Bronze Horseman” and other historical fiction

Peter Bernhardt, Sedona author

Richard Lewis, author of “The Flame Tree”

Robin Cain, author of “The Secret Miss Rabbit Kept”

Roger Poppen, author of “Mister Lucky”

Ruth Douillette, feature writer, essayist, teacher

Susan Taylor Chehak, novelist, short stories

Terry Burns, author of “To Keep a Promise” and other western Christian fiction

Timothy Schaffert, author of “The Phantom Limbs of the Rollow Sisters” and “Devils in the Sugar Shop”

Tom Montag, author of “Curlew: Home” and “Kissing Poetry’s Sister”

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